Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Here is something that might suprise some of our readers. MSNBC's S.E. Cupp, if I heard her correctly, just said a number of things about the Gosnell case that are reminiscent of points that Robby and I both have made here on previous occasions. This was during her 'Per S.E.' segment on MSNBC's 'The Cycle', just before 4pm EST. It does not yet appear to be web-available, but I'll link to it later if/when it finds its way there. Meanwhile, here is Ms. Cupp's 'Tweet' in anticipation of the program. Ms. Cupp's remarks also dovetail nicely with another line of thought that one often encounters in connection with questions like those that the Gosnell case raises - namely, that advances in science and medicine might well be taking us to a point at which the miracle that is life will be very difficult indeed to turn our backs upon.