In a symposium on “what happened” to liberalism in Democracy Journal, Katha Pollit says abortion in the United States is legal, “but spottily available and hugely contested.” More than a million abortions a year argues against the spottiness of its availability. The totalitarian impulse of pro-abortion feminists is never more evident than when they are complaining that at an issue is open for discussion. How does this blog or a parliamentary discussion prevent a woman from getting an abortion?