So you lose your religious freedom if the Court decides that the business you're doing is too secular?
Should be expect a pro-abortion Court in the wake of Barack Obama's re-election?
Making sense of the Western District Court's decision against Hobby Lobby's free exercise of religion.
Apparently, keeping women in the dark is pro-woman.
An almost painfully simple argument (just three parts, and three extra bits if you want them) showing unequivocally that abortion is equivalent...
Yet another pro-abortion catch-22.
And the media scrambles to cover it up.
The short answer is "no." The list of reasons why is long.
No organization responsible for the deaths of millions - including babies and women - deserves our hard-earned money. Not in any amount.
Bad law, bad for women, bad for the country.
The world is upside-down.
Sometimes the only thing these folks do by trying to undermine an argument is strengthen it.
It all comes back to racist population control for Richards and Planned Parenthood.
Do we really have to show why informed consent laws and government-forced abortions are very different?