When you are more than happy to kill the unborn why would you be concerned with the baby formula shortage?
By Daren Bakst and Rachael Wolpert~
As too many American families know from firsthand experience, there’s a baby formula shortage in the United States.
While some politicians will surely view the situation as “not letting a crisis go to waste,” this is a time for immediate and thoughtful solutions that address the actual problems.
Nine-month-old Olivia Wetzel savors a bottle of formula May 16 in Victor, Idaho. Olivia’s mother, Mollie Wetzel, sourced some baby formula on a community Facebook page, where a mother with extra formula was offering what she no longer needed to anyone in need due to the current shortage. (Photo: Natalie Behring/Getty Images)
There isn’t a magic bullet to address the shortage, but if government at all levels (federal, state, and local) remove harmful government intervention that’s exacerbating the problem, that would go a long way toward solving the problem.
It certainly doesn’t take long to…
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