I'm not giving you these numbers to whitewash the Gosnell fiasco. He was a horrible doctor. He was reckless with his patients, and he killed viable babies, outside the womb, with callous indifference. Pennsylvania's regulatory system, which should have patrolled him, was a joke. I wrote about all of these issues two years ago, again and again and again, long before pro-lifers accused the press of ignoring Gosnell. The problems pro-lifers want to talk about — bad clinics and late abortions — are real. But let's not pretend those problems are rampant or getting worse. They aren't.