The Supreme Court’s decision in favor of Hobby Lobby had nothing to do with the rights or wrongs of contraceptives. The morality of abortion and abortifacient drugs was not the issue. Neither was the scientific debate about how emergency contraceptives prevent pregnancy. The Supreme Court came down in support of Hobby Lobby, Conestoga, and Mandel because it concluded they were protected under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act passed unanimously … Continue reading
Contraception is one of the great scourges not just of our time but of all time. In two ways it sets men and women against their creator. First, because they choose disobedience over the clear teaching of the Church. Second, it says no to the creative work of our Lord. Both of these put their souls in jeopardy. Contraception is also the font of many of … Continue reading I Fight On Contraception Hill
The ad is part of the “thanks obamacare!” campaign targeting young Coloradans — and underscores how the law’s backers will say just about anything to lure young people to sign up for the new mandatory health coverage, an outcome that is critical to ObamaCare working as planned. The entire health-care overhaul relies on the young and healthy buying insurance to offset the cost of covering … Continue reading Easy sex and booze used to sell ObamaCare
Growing up as a minority in the inner city, the word “feminism” was never mentioned. I may not have heard the word in my day-to-day living, but that doesn’t mean feminism wasn’t alive and thriving in the black community. During that time in my life, many mothers, including mine, wanted better for their daughters.
Our mothers wanted to protect us from anything that would hinder us from getting an education and having a career. Therefore, it was common back in the day for a young black teenage girl to get on “the pill” as soon as possible. The nearby clinic made it all possible for our mother’s dreams to come true. (Not for young readers.) Continue reading “Feminism Does Not Discriminate”
By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D., NRL-ETF Director of Education & Research When RU-486, the abortion pill, was approved for sale in America in September of 2000, this two-drug chemical abortion technique didn’t simply appear out of the blue. It was the result of the years of planning, research, and market analysis by the abortion industry, the culmination of a long term strategy put in place … Continue reading 5 Reasons Behind the Abortion Industry Push for Chemical Abortions