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“right to privacy” now results in record keeping of contraceptives and abortion pills

Mark Steyn has an especially mordant column on National Review Online about the nation’s new contracepting sweetheart ( for lack of a better word), Sandra Fluke.  This pair of paragraphs caught my attention.
Steyn points to an ironic contradiction in the … Continue reading

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