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Carefully made this decision.
She could not be confident that a ten year old -- an eleven year old.
Going to a drugstore.
Should be able alongside.
Be able to buy.
Potentially if not used properly could end up having an adverse effect.
That I think most parents would probably.
Feel the same way.
That was President Obama a couple of years -- go -- Explaining the administration's decision to set an age limit.
On the plan B.
Some call -- an abortion tell.
And now that of course has changed with a federal ruling.
Today by a judge that it can be over the counter and did children much younger no wage -- We're back now with a panel for our Friday lightning round.
Your thought Steve about the federal judge's decision to make the the plan be filled.
Over the counter well.
I think just if you take a step back the fact that we're having this discussion is so deeply disturbing to me this is literally about.
The possibility of an eleven year old going to mean getting.
And I plan B -- after potential conception.
The fact that we're having a discussion is disturbing enough.
You know I can't walk into my local CBS and by Allegra.
Showing my driver's license without signing a waiver because people are afraid that I can you can you -- did the drug.
Washington eleven you'll be able to walk in and the next US the president sets a pack -- -- can be able to pick up.
Plan B I think it's outrageous.
And then visit this thing is obviously.
Right to lifers are going to be are very excited about about it already -- and as you can say the this goes against administration policies.
Well -- yet he can -- any -- -- now I don't have children and the idea of a girl that young going in and buying a -- like that just makes me very uncomfortable.
On the other hand I think about a fourteen year old girl was a victim of incest or rape and terrified and not knowing where to go what did you do like this which there was another way.
To get added other than.
I mean I understand -- the judge -- -- -- seventeen year cut off with sort of arbitrary because they've shown that this drug is apparently not a particularly.
Troublesome for younger girls but I do -- do something that's very.
Unsettling about the idea of a girl that young.
Going in the making a decision like that and not necessarily knowing how to use the drug correctly Charles.
There are two issues of safety and there's an ethics I would imagine that it sort of drug that you would not want to one truly have views because its power.
How has the president said in which case the FDA -- establish a -- and ought to be upheld.
If that's not the case if it's only an ethics issues and the FDA.
Shouldn't be making ethical decisions you should be the congress demonstration you ought to pass a law that would say that and institute and -- them.
Earlier Molly Line had uninteresting story about Harvard Law School and the idea that the that the professors they are -- I think it's fair to say generally skew left and senator.
You'd probably say.
-- rapidly left to center are of concern themselves about intellectual diversity and would like to see more conservatives.
You believe it.
I would describe it it's healing over left of center.
As anybody who's ever been in any of these institutions knows and it's what I think is important music changed and the wording of the word diversity.
Always means everything except intellectual diversity.
So how about introducing the idea for a change that they're all kinds of diversity in the country it is -- only skin color ethnicity.
History gender etc.
it's also ideas and what they have.
Is a singular culture very very liberal.
And it's about this time at Harvard and other of those institutions.
Undertook a change and begins with recognizing the problem says.
I think you make a lot more as a corporate lawyer than you do as a lot professor anywhere and you know that's that's part of the issue here you're gonna you -- academia is gonna attract a certain kind of person.
And you -- I haven't seen any evidence that conservatives you know from potential law professors are being rejected so.
You -- that there's a lot of things have an automatic don't know evidence that conservative off -- Have been rejected go to a -- society meeting and chances are good you'll hear story after story.
Look I think it will ever beat us I think this is just the way that academia is it doesn't mean.
That conservatives should make strong pushes it at every possible one juncture and every possible way.
-- and to make sure that students are exposed to different ideas.
But I -- Charles it is important that at least these institutions seem to be making more and institutions seems to be making a basic recognition that there's a problem.
All right time try to lightning round for winners and losers Steve -- has to -- my winners sort of the obvious winner it's mark Sanford and this is somebody that people had written off as you know having one of the worst falls from grace has -- an elected official.
In recent memory and he came back and he won.
A primary I think looks pretty well situated to go and win win a general election will be a close race but I think he's more likely not to win that.
So he's my winner my loser is Planned Parenthood in something that we've discussed.
Here you had to have represented a Planned Parenthood in Florida testified.
In front of lawmakers down in that state and basically endorsed infanticide and it took a group.
Better part of a week.
To back off that and when -- days late term abortions where the baby comes out and -- actually operating outside the baby is born alive.
But the law would have required doctors to treat the baby born alive and the question was asked what -- the doctor do in this person said it's between the doctor and the patient Myanmar all right we're running behind him.
We -- leaders proponents of gay marriage it's not even just what's happening with -- in the courts -- -- every single day you're seeing senator after senator is now majority of senators for gay marriage.
Literally for Democrats that are that haven't come out war.
-- and and some of them are sort of conservative -- in the context of of the Democratic Party.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Very sorry thirty sockets -- -- whenever we Ronald Reagan the father missile defense as we've -- we see in Korea he was right.
Critics were wrong the loser of the week he -- The person in that giant.
The bunny suit.
Who is on his way to an Easter charity event.
On his Harley and was stopped.
By a humorless cop.
On the ground that he wasn't wearing a helmet which if you -- the years would be very hard to do but as a happy ending he didn't get a citation.
He was simply given a warning and send hopping happily home.
On his --
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