I got our first e-mail listener feedback from what I talked about last episode, regarding whether or not legalizing same-sex marriage necessarily leads to polygamy. I thought it had to, but one listener took on my challenge to come up with a scenario where it didn’t have to happen. We had an e-mail conversation, and I’m highlighting that this time.

And remember, you, too, can have your feedback on the show. Let’s make this more of a conversation.

The media weren’t the only ones ignoring the Kermit Gosnell abortion doctor story. For years before he got caught, many, many other people ignored him as well, even though they knew what he was doing.

Mentioned links:

FDA Approves Plan B One-Step for Girls 15 and Older Without Prescription

PLANNED PARENTHOOD KEPT SILENT ABOUT GOSNELL BUTCHERY

PENNSYLVANIA GOVT. DID NOT INSPECT GOSNELL CLINIC FOR 17 YEARS

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