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Robert E. Meyer: Changing social ethic has lowered the bar

6:45 PM, Mar. 1, 2013
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Anybody writing a letter to the editor observing the destruction of the traditional family assuredly will be greeted with the typical chorus of boilerplate ridicule reserved for the discussion of family planning issues.

One common innuendo is that religious zealots are responsible for unwanted children because they refuse to give women access to birth control measures. This assertion comes after we have been told virtually all Roman Catholic women ignore their church policies on contraception. How the two claims comport is pretzel logic.

Another observation expressed is that ...

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