Amanda and Meghan, thank you for weighing in on the birth control permission slip and the (exhausting) birth-control debate. First, I want to make abundantly and redundantly clear that I’m generally in favor of most government efforts to make birth control affordable and readily available—for all the reasons that you cite, Amanda. Some of us pro-life are at least pragmatic: I greatly prefer reduced abortion rates to personhood statutes and other extreme viewpoints.
Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning is coordinating a legal challenge against the controversial Obama mandate requiring religious employers to cover birth control and drugs that can cause abortions. Bruning says he is contacting f... Read Post
In a weekend interview, pro-abortion Vice-President Joe Biden claimed pro-life advocates who are opposed to the new Obama administration mandate forcing religious employers to pay for birth control and drugs that may cause abortions... Read Post
by John Jalsevac October 11, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Vice President Joe Biden and Congressman Paul Ryan went head-to-head on the issue of abortion during tonight’s vice presidential debate - the first and only of the 2012 election... Read Post