Entries Tagged ‘religion’

Columnist: Christians are at risk of “adapting” to accept abortion

by Kelli … [W]hen Christians take offense at the suggestion that deeply held religious beliefs must change so that women can access abortion, they may be failing to appreciate the tenuous nature of their pro-life hegemony. Not only is [Hillary] Clinton’s suggestion not absurd, recent history tells us it’s completely plausible…. Ten years ago, the […]

Hillary Clinton’s “guns and religion” moment on abortion

by Carder Regardless of how one feels about gay rights or the abortion debate, it is interesting that liberals are finally getting around to openly confessing something all of us sort of know — yet few will say out loud: Achieving a liberal social agenda will necessarily require first extirpating many “deep-seated” Christian values and […]

UK writer: Pro-lifers should fix misogyny before banning abortion

by Kelli It seems to me that there are better ways to tackle the issue of why some women feel they have to terminate otherwise healthy pregnancies; namely, by targeting the communities in which such misogyny is not just tolerated but encouraged, often with threats of violence. It is unacceptable that leaders of these societies […]

LA Times columnist compares HHS Mandate objections to 1960s racism

The Supreme Court is expected to decide in the next week or so whether to take up the question of whether a for-profit company can deny its female employees contraception coverage in employer-provided health plans because the company owner has a religious objection. We’re not talking about religious institutions here. We’re talking about a secular […]

MSNBC’s Chris Matthews: Right to life position “almost like Sharia”

… [T]here’s a grand canyon of difference between Obama, who’s very pro-choice, and, for example, the Republican ticket this year, which would give 14th Amendment rights, whatever that means, life, liberty, and property rights, to a fetus that had just been – or rather, an egg that had just been fertilized, right after sex, if […]

MSNBC’s Chris Matthews spins Rick Santorum’s views on contraception

Chris Matthews: Let me tell you what he said. He’s said “My religion should dominate, should trump issues of the Constitution.”… He was saying, “Bill O’Reilly, you and I are of the same religion, therefore we should deny a woman’s constitutional right to buy birth control or a male to buy birth control.” Isn’t that […]

Liberal hypocrisy: Religion is only a political problem if you’re pro-life

Be very afraid of the evangelical Rick Perry, the Nation writes, stay away from the extremely moralistic Michele Bachmann and even the libertarian obstetrician Ron Paul, who had the gall to describe abortion procedures this weekend in Iowa. The Nation is a left-wing outlet for whom the religion of the Republican candidates – whatever that […]

Bonus: Extras from Expelled producer interview

This week I interviewed WorldNetDaily column. The interview lasted an hour, and reading

  

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