Bloomberg News Editor: GOP Wants to Ban Birth Control

The absolute worst thing liberals can think of is a world where it’s not allowed to murder an unborn child. I mean, what kind of barbaric culture would that be like? Fortunately, we live in the land of the free where everyone, regardless of age, has the right to life and liberty. And fortunately, the courts have said that killing an unborn child isn’t murder, per se, so that means it’s not murder, because the court system defines our morals for us. Unless of course they decide something Read more […]

Journal of Medical Ethics: Babies Cause Global Warming

It’s no secret that those in power believe that the earth is overpopulated. And isn’t it ironic that those advocating stemming the population have large families themselves? They can have big families, because they view themselves as superior to everyone else. Everyone else is poor and uneducated and therefore needs to be sterilized (or aborted) so that the world isn’t filled with their filthy progeny. Besides, in a world that’s burning up as a result of dirty human activity, the last Read more […]

GOP War on Women: Poll Shows Most Republicans Support Birth Control

The liberal narrative has always been that Republicans hate women. I don’t think they actually believe it. It just helps them get more voters. Since the Hobby Lobby ruling, liberals have been saying that the GOP hates birth control. Apparently, Senate Republicans are working on some bill that will make it illegal for an employer to prevent its employees from obtaining contraception, which actually has nothing to do with the Hobby Lobby ruling, but whatever. And of course, liberals are now saying Read more […]

Your Birth Control is None of Hobby Lobby’s Business

From the way most critics are talking about it, the Supreme Court ruling in favor of Hobby Lobby was a chauvinist attack on female reproductive rights by five old white Catholic men. I don’t think the Hobby Lobby ruling had much at all to do with women’s rights, however. The main questions of the Hobby Lobby case were this: May a corporation exercise the same religious freedoms as an individual? If so, is a taxable (for-profit) corporation allowed to exempt itself from a unilateral mandate Read more […]

Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Hobby Lobby

In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court ruled today that the birth control provisions of the Affordable Care Act infringed on the religious liberties of businesses and business owners—particularly, in this case, of Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Specialties. . . . [Justice] Alito held that in the case before the court, the religious objections cited were legally legitimate, under a law that bars the government from taking action in certain cases that “substantially burdens” freedom of religion. He Read more […]

Dem Senator: Birth Control Is The Solution To A Faltering Economy

According to those who favor abortion, one of the reasons we have rising unemployment is that we have too many people. Too many people chasing too few jobs. And if that’s the problem, then the solution is birth control and abortion. That will make it so that there are more than enough jobs for people and will lead to full employment. Or that’s what they say anyway. We’ve aborted 55 million unborn babies in this country since 1973, and we still have a rising unemployment problem, so it doesn’t Read more […]

Illinois Pharmacies Allowed To Refuse to Sell Items That Violate Their Religious Faith

Former Illinois Governor Rod Blogojevich didn’t seem to care about upholding the law in more ways than one.  He is currently serving a prison sentence for trying to sell the senate seat vacated when Barack Obama was elected to the White House. Illinois has a law on its books that forbids the government from forcing people to provide healthcare that goes against the person’s religious beliefs.  But Blogojevich ignored the law and issued an executive order requiring all pharmacists had to Read more […]