‘Romney is trying to hide what he believes’
If Sandra Fluke is worried about government limiting women’s health care choices, she should speak out against Obamacare.
Today ‘represents a deep affront to one of our most honored traditions, that of the rights to conscience, as well as religious liberty’
In the wake of a global family planning summit, Catholic activists fear the U.S. Agency for International Development’s (USAID) plans to spend more on contraceptives in the developing world will decrease spending on basic health care for mothers and children.
Our political debates are getting increasingly ridiculous, and both parties are to blame.
The liberal group claims that an Arizona bill would ‘take away women’s access to basic health services.’ That’s not true.
‘And it should be a litmus test that applies to male candidates as well’
The truth is that women are turning to the GOP in higher numbers than ever before.
Administration asks the public to comment on the controversial rule
Spokesman: Obama has no plans for talks with Catholic bishops protesting the rule
‘I’m just as serious as the men policymakers across the nation who introduced bills to regulate a woman’s reproductive health’
‘We do plan to make sure that faithful Catholics remember this [directive] in November’
‘If women can’t get reliable birth control, they will just have to keep their legs crossed’
‘The O’Reilly Factor’ host finds yet another link tying Fluke to Democrats
Fox News Channel’s ‘The O’Reilly Factor’ ties Georgetown Law student and self-proclaimed contraception activist to the White House
DC retailer sells a month’s supply for as low as $9 to women without health insurance coverage for contraceptives
The Georgetown law student at the center of the contraception debate has lots of options for birth control.
Conservative radio host: ‘A condom in every pot and pot in every car … that’s the Democrat message’
VP admits controversial effort to regulate religious communities ‘got screwed up in the first iteration’
President Obama doesn’t believe in natural rights.