Killing an unborn human being is not health care

Opinion The Washington Times

Killing an unborn human being is not health care. That was my response to the utterly ridiculous tweet by the liberal attorney general of Pennsylvania that said abortion was health care. It is not. It is tragic. Losing an unborn child is a horrible thing. No matter what you call ... …

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