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March for Life

In less than 90 minutes the annual March for Life marking the anniversary of Roe v. Wade gets underway on Constitution Avenue along the Mall in Washington, D.C. Local coverage has been skimpy and rather insulting. The Washington Times‘s metro section item, “Life March to Shut Roads” (in Washington traffic is the one vital issue), underscores that some “19 surveillance cameras” have been set up along the route “to watch for suspicious activity during the March for Life rally and any counterdemonstrations.” The idea that pro-lifers, the most pleasant and normal of protesters imaginable, would need to be monitored speaks volumes about the many warps in our culture. But at least the Times saw fit to publish the name of the march. The Washington Post couldn’t bring itself to do that. Its item, headlined “Abortion Opponents to Mark Roe v. Wade,” says nothing about surveillance. But neither does it use the word “life” even once. On the other hand, it does report that “abortion rights advocates” held a candle-lit vigil of their own last night outside the Supreme Court.

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