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The Faces of the Pro-Life and Pro-Choice Movement

Behold the faces of the pro-life and pro-abortion movement. You decide which side you want to be associated with. Here is the report from ABC6/FOX28 via LifeNews:

On "Missing" IRS Emails

On “Missing” IRS Emails Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-South Carolina) is one of our favorites at the Legal Blurb Blog (LBB) and here is why:

At a time when a biased media seems disinterested in the truth, opting to advance a political agenda, we need more representatives like this to remain focused on the task at hand. The IRS scandal represents the worst in government and we should all be united in denouncing it and making sure it never happens again. Ever.

CWA Continues to Fight for Religious Liberty

cwarsbriefThis week Concerned Women for America (CWA) submitted its latest religious freedom brief in an important case against ObamaCare’s assault on conscience rights, Reaching Souls v. Sebelius. Reaching Souls International, a nonprofit ministry preaching and caring for orphans in Africa, India and Cuba; Truett-McConnell College, a Baptist college, and GuideStone Financial Resource, the benefits arm of the Southern Baptist Convention, brought this class-action lawsuit challenging what is known as the HHS or contraception mandate imposed as part of ObamaCare. They groups are well-represented by the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty together with the national law firm Locke Lord LLP. CWA’s brief presents a unique voice that is often unrepresented and/or misrepresented in the courts: that of conservative women. As you know, the government claims to be acting “on behalf of women,” by applying this mandate, but nothing is further from the truth.

The government’s flimsy dismissal of the substantial burden it places on religious organizations in this case is not only unpersuasive but insulting to the thousands of religious women we represent. If the accommodation at issue in this case is immaterial, why has the government spent so much time and resources to impose it on religious groups? … Women are not a monolithic group of people placing similar values in all areas of life, including faith or reproductive rights. But they should all be treated equally and with respect and dignity. The government distorts the facts when it argues that it is acting on behalf of “women” by imposing this Mandate. Amicus urges this Court to reject any urgency to simplify the values of women by taking the singular view of a few and imposing it by force of law on all.

Click here for the entire brief in .pdf format.

Recent Posts

An Easy Guide to the Hobby Lobby Supreme Court Decision7/20/2014

“[T]he ‘exercise of religion’ involves ‘not only belief and profession but the performance of (or abstention from) physical acts’ that are ‘engaged in for religious reasons.’ Name Change The decision involved two consolidated cases, Burwell v. Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood v. Burwell. Many people were confused because they knew the cases as Sebelius v. […]  READ MORE

[Spanish] La Verdad Sobre de la Decisión del Corte Suprema: Burwell v. Hobby Lobby7/18/2014

Los Datos: 1. La Opinión Popular: La decisión es acerca de las mujeres y su derecho a obtener contraceptivos. La Verdad: Hobby Lobby no tiene problema con doce de los dieciséis contraceptivos requeridos por la regulación. Tan solo objeta por cuatro métodos que los manufactureros admiten pueden inducir abortos en algunas personas.  Los dueños de […]  READ MORE

Democrats Push Radical Pro-Abortion Legislation7/15/2014

This week, the Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing on one of the most awful pieces of legislation in recent memory.  The bill is S.1696, the so-called Women’s Health Protection Act.  At a time where we have seen the horrible results of government’s special treatment of abortion clinics, an extremely radical faction of the Democratic […]  READ MORE

Big Win for Religious Liberties, Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood at the Supreme Court6/30/2014

Burwell v. Hobby Lobby, Conestoga Wood Specialties v. Burwell Here is a quick summary of today’s Hobby Lobby decision against the HHS mandate.  A more robust analysis of the opinion will soon follow. There is no question that this is a big win for religious liberty.  The Court disposes of a few widespread and troubling […]  READ MORE

Big Win for Free Speech and Pro-Life Efforts6/26/2014

McCullen v. Coakley The pro-abortion, political class received a significant blow to its efforts to silence those who have not surrendered at the altar of abortion.  In 2007 Massachusetts officials enacted a law that made it a crime to “knowingly stand on a ‘public way or sidewalk’ within 35 feet of an entrance or driveway […]  READ MORE

Another Beat Down for the 6th Circuit6/25/2014

The U.S. Supreme Court’s unanimous slap down of the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in the recent decision in Susan B. Anthony List v. Driehaus illustrates why the 6th Circuit has become one of the most overturned circuits in the nation, giving the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals a run for its money. […]  READ MORE

Supreme Court Watch: HHS Mandate, Abortion Buffer Zones, Recess Appointments and More6/12/2014

It is that time of the year.  The Supreme Court is concluding its term which begins on the first Monday in October and usually lasts until late June.  And, as is usually the case, many of the most-expected decisions are left for the end of the term.  Here is a list of the cases we […]  READ MORE

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