George Will provides the most important perspectives on the current “abortion crisis”. Is it really a crisis, or an indication that Americans may achieve something like consensus now that the issue has moved from the judicial to the legislative branch? It’s notable that Will makes the point here that he writes as an agnostic, not a religious believer:
OpinionAmerica’s abortion debate has non-debatable parameters
By George F. Will
Letitia James, New York’s attorney general, recently told a rally supporting Roe v. Wade that when she got her abortion, “I walked proudly into Planned Parenthood.” How did we descend to the point where an abortion is, for some, what? An achievement? A statement? Somehow an occasion for pride?…Click here to read the full column in the Washinton Post.