Abortion enthusiasts are in a huff because Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh referred to contraception as “abortion-inducing drugs” when asked about his dissent in Priests for Life’s case against the Health and Human Services mandate.

In a statement from the nation’s largest abortion provider, Planned Parenthood’s Dawn Laguens said: “Kavanaugh referred to birth control ― something more than 95 percent of women use in their lifetime ― as an ‘abortion-inducing drug,’ which is not just flat-out wrong, but is anti-woman, anti-science propaganda.” Her quote was carried herehere and who knows where else.

Let’s talk a little about the science of contraception. As I have written before, prior to 1965, pregnancy was legally recognized to begin at fertilization. But that year— five years after the birth control pill was approved for use in the United States— the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists decided to change the definition. From then on, they alone decided, a woman was not pregnant until after the fertilized egg had implanted in her uterus. This became the new policy of the U.S…

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