New York Times: Going After the Kids Who Got Away

Why are we surprised that the New York Times is preying on Judge Roberts’s two small children by trying to investigate and publicize their private adoption records? As the children are adopted, there is a good chance they escaped abortion by only the narrowist of margins. (Had they been conceived by parents unable to care for them on New York’s East Side, they probably would not have survived.)

The Times, of course, ardently supports abortion.

The kids were fair game to the Times a few years ago; the Times probably figures, why not now?

Frankly, if I had a dog I wouldn’t give it the Times to pee on. Dogs, which tend to nurture their young, deserve better.

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