We have been reading articles defending the state of Utah for taking the Jensen boy away from his parents. This was done, it is explained, because of their great concern for the "sanctity of life."
Why aren't we hearing frantic cries from the state of Utah for the sacred life of the millions of babies being slaughtered every day by abortions?
Isn't it a little hypocritical to cry so loudly about the "sanctity of life" in one instance and have so little concern about it in the other?
Eugene Foss Olsen