This is one of those articles that I’m scared to write, so that means that I have to write it. Few people will like it. It will likely cost me money and reach as some beloved readers may unsubscribe. But I believe that my readers want to read an original voice not constrained by existing ideological categories. Furthermore, I believe that we can have difficult conversations and disagree. Plus I always learn something even (especially) when I get ratio’d in the comments.
This is not an article in favor of or opposed to abortion per se. It’s about the unintended consequences of seemingly simple decisions.
I continue to be underwhelmed by the quality of the thinking emanating from the U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS). I wrote about this at length back in January when SCOTUS was deciding the OSHA and CMS mandate cases.