She was against abortion and birth control. This is a Christian tenet that is held by many women (and men) worldwide.
I can't speak for others, but I am glad that I was not aborted.
Anyone who claims to care about sex slavery and doesn't advocate the legalization of prostitution is simply not serious.
This is a classic example of an informal fallacy. If A -> C, you must support A or you are against C.
By that logic, you must burn your car if you are against pollution. If you don't burn your car, you are for pollution. The problem is that this does not take into account any other side effects.
"Either large segments of the population are going to have to give up on college or they're going to have to put themselves in a position where default is almost an inevitability."
So you're assuming that there is no middle ground? The choices are bankrupt for life or no college at all? How about an in-state institution with a scholarship or two. This is obtainable for a reasonably smart person. I did this, and I paid off all loans in just about one year. Sure, I did not go buy a brand new car after college, but I am debt free and loving life.
interlard - vt., to intersperse; diversify -- Webster's New World Dictionary Of The American Language