Today's comic by Jen Sorensen is Cell cell: Republican humor? 13 Times The Reagan White House Press Briefing Erupted With Laughter Over AIDS In Jon Cohen’s 2001 book, Shots in the Dark: The Wayward Search for an AIDS Vaccine, he detailed the Reagan administration’s early indifference to the growing epidemic. Show More Summary
Randy Reed Automotive is a family-run automotive group in Missouri that doesn’t want to comply with the Obamacare abortion mandate requiring it to pay for birth control and drugs that may cause abortions. The car dealership is now the latest to take on and defeat the Obama administration in court. The Obama administration agreed today […]
by Alex Balk "Now the chemical snip! Male pill works like a vasectomy – but will girls trust men to take it?" 0 Comments The post Are Ladies Dumb Enough To Trust Dudes About Birth Control? appeared first on The Awl.
The University of Notre Dame is back in court taking on the Obama administration and its pro-abortion HHS mandate that forces religious companies, organizations, and schools to pay for birth control and abortion-causing drugs for their employees. Earlier this year, a federal judge dismissed the lawsuit Notre Dame filed against the HHS mandate. U.S. District […]
Researchers have discovered a way to block male mice from fatherhood—with minimal side effects. The technique, which could help lead to a male birth control pill, doesn't mess with hormones or with sperm itself, AFP reports. Instead, it affects sperm's ability to travel through the male body. By genetically...
The Plan B birth control pill is supposed to be a panacea for lowering the number of abortions and unplanned pregnancies — so much so that the Obamacare health care law forces religious companies and organizations to pay for such birth control in their employee health insurance plans. But a Planned Parenthood official is admitting […]
The Supreme Court last week agreed to take a case from Christian-run business Hobby Lobby, which is suing the Obama administration over its mandate that it pay for birth control and abortion-causing drugs for its employees. But where do Americans stand on the issue of whether employers should be forced to comply with the mandate. […]
The Supreme Court's announcement that it will rule on whether secular corporations can deny health insurance coverage of birth control for its female employees got proper attention from Joan McCarter here and Adam B here Tuesday. Anyone...Show More Summary
The Supreme Court granted cert. in the Hobby Lobby case, in which a business seeks to avoid the requirement to provide coverage for abortifacient-type birth control on the ground that it burdens its free exercise of religion and is not justified by a compelling government interest. Show More Summary
For women that are attractive, Plan A is using condoms or birth control, and Plan B is our product – but for ugly women...
Unfortunately your browser does not support IFrames. Breaking News from ABC | Thanksgiving Recipes Democracy Now's Amy Goodman - Praised The Pope's Condemnation Of Capitalism - Immediately Turned To The Question Of The Church's "Unevolved"...Show More Summary
Birth control activist Sandra Fluke has a rather odd view of the legal challenge Hobby Lobby and other plaintiffs are bringing to the Supreme Court against the Obamacare birth control mandate. She thinks if the high court allows them the ability to engage in their First Amendment freedoms to not be forced to pay for […]
CNN's Chris Cuomo called the legal challenge to ObamaCare's birth control mandate a "growing distraction from dealing with the problems of ObamaCare" on Wednesday's New Day. "It also raises the question at what point do you stop challenging the law? At what point do you accept that this was passed, it was tested by the Supreme Court?" he asked. Show More Summary
The Supreme Court of the United States announced Tuesday that it will review two decisions testing the constitutionality of the ACA's contraceptive mandate as it pertains to corporations' religious objections to complying with the clause. Under...Show More Summary
Wed November 27, 2013 Mandatory Birth Control Coverage Back on Supreme Court Docket VITAMIN W Staff A women's right to get insurance coverage to pop birth control pills to regulate her period and not get pregnant is now a First Amendent debate for employers. Show More Summary
SCOTUS is going to have to answer that question: The Supreme Court will hear two challenges to the requirement that all employers provide birth control coverage to their workers. One comes from craft store chain Hobby Lobby and the other from Conestoga Wood Specialties, a custom cabinet-making company in Pennsylvania. The owners of both companies have argued […]
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An anti-Obamcare cartoon posted on the website Comically Incorrect claims that men will get more sexually transmitted diseases from “women who now get free birth control” thanks to the health care reform law. The cartoon shows a woman...Show More Summary
Wed November 27, 2013 Mandatory Birth Control Coverage Back on Supreme Court Docket The high-stakes fight over implementing parts of the troubled health care reform law will move to the U.S. Supreme Court in coming months, in a dispute...Show More Summary