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Jonah Goldberg Attempts to Plaigarize the End of my Column, But I Catch I Him

Today, nationally syndicated columnist Jonah Goldberg published a very good column about abortion.

Today, nationally syndicated columnist Jonah Goldberg published a very good column about abortion. Here it is; he makes a strong argument and you should read it.Another interesting thing about the column is that he obviously plagiarized the end of it from a column I wrote last year.This is the last line of Goldberg’s column:

“I don’t see how you can be that sure [that a fetus is not a human life], which is why I’m pro-life — not because I’m certain, but because I’m not.”

Here is the second to last sentence of a column I wrote last year:

“That’s why I’m pro-life—not because I know, but because I don’t know when life begins.”

Does anyone know of a good copyright (or whatever) lawyer?

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