While in Southhold, New York (at the eastern end of Long Island), I learned that to curb over crowding” in this rather well-to-do area, zoning now only allows for one single family dwelling on an acre of land. I recently read an article about a slum in India that has 18,000 people for every acre of land. What an amazing social justice disparity, huh… We headed back east, stopping in Farmingdale, New York. In the concourse of a mall there is a pro-life display, with a wide screen TV continually showing live (literally) scenes of little babies in their mothers’ wombs at all different stages of development. How we can allow these babies to be killed is just totally beyond me… Back in Southhold, I had interviewed Ann Reitman at a new Birthright satellite office there. Birthright provides counseling and referrals to things like government programs (WIC, as an example) all intended to help mothers with their pregnancies. In addition, Birthright provides some money for doctors, housing, and other suplmental support for mothers… Coming back east, we passed the town of Babylon, New York. Enough said. Note: Long Island bumper sticker sighting (on a compact car): Hummers are Bummers.