Who Are We

Welcome to “Stop the Abortion Agenda”, a blog dedicated to news, reports, commentary and discussion of the varied yet topical issues of public law. The posts in the blog are written by lawyers, journalists and students devoted to cause of the legal rights of the people.

We approach law issues from the perspective of the law-abiding public and victims of crime. 

We welcome your comments.

Law is created to serve and empower human beings. However most of us don’t want to get involved in legal matter due to lack of knowledge about legal issues.

At “Stop the Abortion Agenda”, we want to make legal simple. We cover news and developments that affect the human rights of victims. We intend to offer news and thought-provoking content in a neutral and impartial manner. We provide frequent posts on timely topics. Our aim is to be both thought-provoking and informative by encouraging respectful intellectual engagement. 

With a goal to be a forum for civil and respectful dialogue and informed discussion about law, the blog is created and mainlined by a group of people active in the field of law. The blog is for the academicians, students, law practitioners or anyone having interest in the topics dealt with on this blog.

“Stop the Abortion Agenda” provides counsel in connection with your rights. With a commitment to protecting and defending free expression rights, we are dedicated to protecting rights of the people.

It is our earnest desire to promote useful debate on the latest legal developments within the field of law. We intend to provide an interactive platform to the users to share their thoughts and ideas. The blog functions as a source of interaction between writers and readers. This allows us to contribute to multi-faceted view on the latest developments in the law, strengthening the legal discourse.     

Our team of writers is known for holding a wide range of views. We encourage lively debate among our authors, readers, and guest-writers.

The materials of this blog are for informational purposes only. They are not substitutes for legal advice provided by law practitioners. We urge seeking professional counsel before acting upon any information contained in the blog.