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Tuesday, July 19, 2005

David Reardon is the head of The Elliot Institute and a co-author of a number of the recently published medical research articles about the psychological aftermath of abortion.

Nero Fiddled is a smallish far-left blog, whose author has been spending her summer days doing oppo research on David, whose PhD comes through channels that cause Sisk to think that David is not a Special Little Snowflake.

David is also a man, and pro-life, so the articles he has published are meaningless.

The Canadian Medical Association, in its flagship publication the Canadian Medical Assocation Journal, addressed Sisk-ish attitudes here. I don't have a PhD, and they do, so I will rely on what they have to say.

Correction: Sisk, the author of the Nero Fiddled post addressed here, writes to point out her authorship, so I have inserted "Sisk" in two places that once said "Nero".

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