The “war on women” crowd is out in full force after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor or Hobby Lobby, but their usual baseless claims are even more striking this time because they are such a blatant distortion of the actual facts in the case.
A new survey offers a reason why “reproductive rights” activist Sandra Fluke drew less than a dozen people on her campaign stops through Ohio last week – feminism just isn’t relevant anymore.
Following a presentation this week by activist Sandra Fluke on contraception access, a group of more than 100 Georgetown students and alumni have petitioned University president John DeGioia to allow them equal time to present “the virtues of the Church’s teachings on sexuality and contraception. . .”
Bristol Palin, daughter of former Alaska governor Sarah Palin penned a bold op-ed on her blog yesterday challenging President Barack Obama to call her the way he called Georgetown student Sandra Fluke after she was called derogatory names, daring him to do something wildly unpopular with his base such as call a non-liberal woman like herself who was called much uglier names by a major donor to his campaign.
A look behind recent polls shows that in spite of a concerted effort by liberal pundits to change the narrative on the HHS mandate from one of religious liberty to one of women’s health, the public just isn’t buying it.
The travesty surrounding the testimony of a Georgetown law student who claims she’ll go broke if the government doesn’t mandate free birth control continues as a background check reveals she’s actually a reproductive rights activist who enrolled at the Catholic university with every intention of challenging it’s contraceptive-free insurance policy.
Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS
Instead of convincing the public that women need mandated birth control coverage, Nancy Pelosi’s unofficial hearing featuring a promiscuous Georgetown law student is causing even more controversy than the mandate.