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Time Magazine Peddles Pro-Abortion Propaganda Urging Doctors to Do Abortions
Time magazineâ€™s recent article â€śDoctors Urge More Hospitals to Perform Abortionsâ€ť is sorely devoid of historical or modern perspective, as well as any attempt by the author to at least look like sheâ€™s attempting balanced reporting.
Essentially, the story argues that most doctors want to perform abortions, but state restrictions and political pressure are preventing them from doing so.
The story begins by addressing the pending closure of the last remaining abortion clinic in Toledo, Ohio. The reporter failed to call Ohio Right to Life, let alone anyone from Ohio, for a statement on the matter. She cited a 2011 study that showed that only a small percentage of doctors confronted by a woman wanting an abortion actually perform the procedure. But the article included no statement from any pro-life physician. Instead, the piece is saturated with the opinions of typical pro-choice academia and the...
Hmm, an interesting except that SA picked out. Apparently you shouldn't let your kids read Time magazine, though they certainly have had some good articles too, e.g., Does God Want You To Be Rich?--Time Magazine, which looks at the problem through secular eyes, but comes to the fuzzy conclusion that the answer is, "No!"
As I said though this authoress seems to get a problem that has existed when scribes were writing in about kings in cuneiform, slanting material to make a particular set of readers and particularly editors happy. what lot of writers don't do,
Avoiding Bias wrote: Writers should write objectively and inclusively to receive respect and trust from readers, as well as to avoid alienating readers. To be objective means to write with curiosity, rather than having a preset opinion, and to engage with research, rather than presenting a personal preference....
excerpt from, ...Avoiding Bias. Would the National Rife Assn. magazine never have bias? Of course not! :-7
So, I'll have peruse the SA article sometime, and the last URL looks like a good one to look over also.