Yes, that’s T & S blogger Matt Evans in the New York Times (all the news that’s fit to print), talking about his business, Baby Insight. (Alert reader Matt Horlacher was the first to point it out to me). Matt’s business allows customers to take voluntary, often very high-definition ultrasound images of fetuses in the womb, usually at around 30 weeks. The article points out that some medical organizations oppose the taking of voluntary ultrasounds, but Matt counters by noting that there is no evidence of harm caused by these ultrasounds. And I suspect that as a pro-life advocate, Matt probably appreciates the pictures of smiling babies in the womb, which can only help advance his political cause. (Though I wonder — perhaps Matt or Adam can weigh in on this one — if the ultrasound is a good development, net, for pro-life advocates).
Anyway, I’ll stop pretending that I have something profound to say on this topic, and just end by saying “congratulations Matt!”