The prosecution of the undercover activists, I should say. From what I've seen so far, the support or opposition to the prosecution falls almost entirely along partisan lines. That should be a red flag in any criminal prosecution, in my view. I support Planned Parenthood (including by giving them financial support), so I'm not opposed to them by any stretch, but this prosecution should be troubling to any progressive. We have a long history of undercover journalism in the country, and that often relies on deception to gain access. If you shift this story to a different set of facts (hypothetically), I think it is easy to see the problems here. For example, there are laws regulating kickbacks to doctors from pharmaceutical companies. If a group of progressive activists went undercover and used false credentials and video to expose kickbacks to doctors, they could be prosecuted under the same rationale that the anti-PP activists are being charged. That should be extremely troubling to people. It should also be troubling that once something lines up alongside a political issue, so many people are willing to forget about broad principles in the pursuit of sticking it to the side they don't like. Let PP deal with this via a civil suit for defamation. There's an appropriately high standard for defamation in cases involving the media, and if PP can meet that burden then they should recover that way. Criminal prosecution is an over-reaction and has worrying implications in a system that relies heavily on legal precedents.