Entries Tagged ‘Department of Health and Human Services’

Abstinence and monogamy credited with reducing African HIV rates

Republican Congressman… Chris Smith provided indisputable evidence of the victory: AIDS prevention events in African countries achieve successful results when they are founded upon abstinence and fidelity. From the House of Representatives, Smith drew a bill to revive the President’s Emergency Plan for HIV/AIDS. After citing the reports of the U.S. State Department and the […]

Texas defies Obama: Defunds Planned Parenthood despite threats of Medicaid cut-off

Love Texas! Will President Obama choose Planned Parenthood over poor women in the Lone Star State? An old fashioned Western showdown looms. From The Texas Tribune, February 23: If there was any hope that the state was seeking a compromise with the federal government over Texas’ Women’s Health Program, it’s fading fast. At the direction […]

Pro-choicer fumes over Sebelius decision against Plan B for children

If nothing else, the decision reveals the power anti-choice activists have over the Obama administration, which has a history of cowing to political pressure from anti-choice activists who want to restrict access not just to abortion but to emergency contraception and conventional birth control. Fortunately, girls of all ages will still have access to over-the-counter […]

Penn State, Paterno, and Planned Parenthood

On November 5 police arrested former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky (pictured right) and charged him with 40 counts of child molestation after the release of a shocking grand jury report alleging he had sexually abused eight children over the course of a decade. Within days Penn State president Graham Spanier and legendary […]

War erupts between Obama administration and Catholic groups: Bishops threaten lawsuit

The Washington Post is reporting this morning about a “contentious battle” emerging between Catholic groups and the Obama administration over a multitude of issues ranging from Obamacare, abortion, contraception, to even human trafficking. What brought the fracas tumbling out into the street was apparently a decision by the Department of Health and Human Services three […]

What could go wrong with free birth control?

These entitlement debates are serious. When we get down to the bottom line of what we’ve been doing already in Medicaid – this is how I paid for my abortions. This Medicaid government intrusion into the healthcare industry – coming out of Washington and then mandating all this stuff on the states – it is […]

(Prolifer)ations 7-5-11

by Kelli As always, we welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek.com. Mark Crutcher notes the high percentage of repeat abortions, demolishing abortion proponents’ argument that abortion is simply a “responsible” or “difficult” decision made by a woman experiencing an unplanned pregnancy.

Sebelius explains All-American (as in all Americans will pay) abortion tax in Senate healthcare plan

The White House BlogHer with pro-abort Dept. of Health & Human Services Sec. Kathleen Sebelius. Thanks to Sebelius for explaining how public funding of abortions will work under the Senate healthcare plan, equally paid by all… Let’s go over that again. When reading the transcript bear in mind Sebelius was talking about the very same […]


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