When we buy boxes and cans of products in the store we know what we are buying because of the labels on them. We can rely on these labels to tell us what is in the containers because there are laws requiring that labels give accurate information.
But there are times when we can’t rely on labels. Groups of people who are trying to promote some belief often give themselves names that don’t accurately show who they are. One example of this is found in the debate about abortion. Those who believe abortion is wrong and are trying to end it call themselves prolife. Those who favor abortion and believe it should be permitted say they are prochoice. How accurate are these labels? Read the rest of this entry