In a wonderful commentary aptly titled “Evasive Language Results in Suboptimal Outcomes,” John Leo assaults the manner in which language is used to obscure the truth-rather than to tell it.

In a wonderful commentary aptly titled “Evasive Language Results in Suboptimal Outcomes,” John Leo assaults the manner in which language is used to obscure the truth-rather than to tell it. He is not concerned simply with biotechnology, which makes his biotech examples even more telling. This isn’t a pro-life argument; it’s a commentary on the debasement of public discourse that comes from avoiding calling things by their names.