The Obamacare mandate that requires even religious employers to provide health insurance covering the abortion-inducing â€śmorning after pillâ€ť has flopped in the courts, with more cases still pending across the country, according to a leading public-interest law firm specializing in such cases.
The Alliance Defending Freedom notes that the Obama administration has suffered 10 losses and only four victories in defending the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Actâ€™s abortion-pill mandate in court, a losing record the alliance of attorneys advocating religious freedom celebrates.
â€śAmericans should be free to honor God and abide by their consciences whether theyâ€™re at work, home or at church,â€ť said ADF Senior Legal Counsel Matt Bowman. â€śWashington politicians canâ€™t confine our faith to the four walls of our churches alone. Honoring God is important every day, in all areas of life, including in our...
jpw, I was woefully ignorant until some good friends sat us down and lovingly and gently showed my wife and i our error. We did not understand what really was going on with "normal" birth control meds. that was long before the newer Morning After variety. We are so greatful to our caring friend.
I encourage anyone who has not looked into these drugs to stop and take an honest look at the mechanics and timing in the process of these meds.
If after a baby is born, you refuse it food or prevent it from warmth and protection, would you not be guilty of the ensuing death? If a baby is conceived and is prevented by a pill or a chip, from fastening to the wall of the uterus where is is to be kept safe and fed is there no crime or guilt?
If after a baby is born, you refuse it food or prevent it from warmth and protection, would you not be guilty of the ensuing death? If a baby is conceived and is prevented by a pill or a chip, from fastening to the wall of the uterus where is is to be kept safe and fed is there no crime?
the birth control pill's third mechanism is abortifacient. ah, this generation is never going to get the memo. please read one and all, "preventing implantation", let's think that through for a minute.
If it were ever proven that morning-after pills have absolutely no abortifacient effect, then the pro-life moral calculus would change with respect to these devices. But no such thing has ever been proven. Hereâ€™s the bottom line. Taking into account the best scientific research and laboratory tests, the FDA still says that morning-after pills can prevent human embryos from implantingâ€”thus causing the destruction of human life. Thatâ€™s the main fact that every party to this debate needs to get straight.
The jounalist is also wrong to call the"morning after pill": abortion causing, as it does not work by aborting an established pregnancy. There is so called emergency contraceptions that can...but it is not called "the morning after pill".This reporting makes others appear ignorent when they pick up these terms &use them interchangably.
To date, Justice Sotomayor rejected a request for an emergency injunction that would have shielded the Hobby Lobby, yet in two short weeks the Hobby Lobby, which is standing on our First Ammendment freedom of religion, has already accumulated 14 million dollars in fines. Their attorneys are even now working on legal strategies to retain the integrity of the Hobbly Lobby organization, mitigate these onerous fines and prevent this unprecedented and flagrant trampling of the First Amendment.
To even imply that Obama doesn't consider the Hobby Lobby to be one of the biggest terrorists (along with the RCC) continuing the 'War on Women' is just lazy journalism. The President has made it clear that he doesn't want his daughters "punished" if they're sexually active and get pregnant. Any abortive pill that he can place in their generation's hands (thanks to Planned Parenthood) is fantastic by him. He's not losing any sleep of over the Hobby Lobby's trials and tribulations.
For WND to state that Obama is losing "big-time" is utterly ridiculous. Another reason for The thinking Christian to steer clear of this 'news' outlet.