As comments 4 and 5 indicate, I wrote this article without checking facts first as I should have.
The core of this particular argument was based on my belief that large proportions of Planned Parenthood government funds were used for abortions. That is not correct.
I stand firmly with my position that abortion in general is self-centered and a sin against the next generation. It’s mostly a matter of teens and adults killing defenseless children for the sake of satisfaction without obligation.
The specific form of self-centeredness I wrote of, however, was inaccurately stated.
It is not false to regard government funding of Planned Parenthood as a major form of support for a major driver in the abortion industry. All funds sent to PP therefore support that industry. Had I written my article on that basis it would have been accurate, but I didn’t word it that way.
There’s a judgment call associated with errors caught this early on a blog post. Do I leave the original article on the page and issue a correction, or do I remove it to limit any possible offense caused by the eror?
(There’s a third option I reject, which is to delete the whole thing so I don’t have to admit any error.)
In his case I think it’s better for me to admit the error, with apologies, and remove the article.