Planned Parenthood’s business model depends on keeping poor and minority women away from cheap birth control, which means more and higher abortion revenue.
A new study that claims religious women support Obamacare’s contraception mandate didn’t ask very many religious women that question.
The Supreme Court upheld similar applications of religious freedom in cases with very different vote margins. Why?
A case over whether federal subsidies can operate within state insurance exchanges has implications for pro-life employers and employees.
Liberals are accusing Republicans of wanting to deny women access to birth control because Republicans want to make birth control more accessible to women.
It’s a laughable exaggeration to equate the so-called ‘right to abortion’ with the people’s right to keep and bear arms.
Many people are quite amazed to meet a pants-wearing, educated woman who actually favors the contraception-free life. For the curious, here’s an FAQ.
The Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby decision recognized that who people are can’t be separated into separate ‘work’ and ‘faith’ boxes.
To rely on government to mandate contraceptive coverage is to give government the power to control contraception.
Remove the employer middleman from the health insurance market and the conflict between party A’s religious beliefs and party B’s contraception disappears.
The only way to fight for freedom of thought is to defend it for those you disagree with – particularly when it comes to religious liberty.
Quite simply, if you read a newspaper to find out about the contraception mandate cases, you will read lies.
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