Entries Tagged ‘U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’

Churches file federal complaint to stop CA from forcing abortion insurance coverage

Central-Baptist-HattiesburgDuring U.S. Supreme Court arguments on the Hobby Lobby case, liberals mocked Justice Kennedy for asking the Obama administration’s lawyer whether its contraception mandate could also force for-profit companies to cover abortions in their insurance policies.

Only five months later liberals have taken this to the unimaginable extreme: On August 22, the California Department of Managed Health Care announced that all employers offering health insurance – not just for-profit but also nonprofit, religious institutions, and churches – had to provide coverage for all elective abortions.

PhD explains why she doesn’t use contraception

by Carder Imagine how pious I felt when the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services demanded that employers pay for employees’ contraception, and the media clued me in to the fact that I was part of an elite squad. The 2 percent. The Catholic Mom Marine Corps. The Barefoot and Pregnant Dream Team. Now […]

Pro-lifers: Crash HHS Women’s Health online town hall this morning

This morning 10a to 11:30a EST the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services will hold an online Women’s Health Town Hall.

This affords pro-lifers a fabulous opportunity to send unfiltered and public messages to HHS, the mainstream media, and the social media world by submitting questions and comments via Twitter and Facebook.

Per HHS’s instructions, submit questions and comments via Twitter by using the hashtag #WomensHealth and also at HHS’s Facebook page. Then watch the town hall live streamed to see if they address any of our concerns (taking bets that they don’t).

Scheduled to on the call are a who’s who of pro-abortion leaders in the Obama administration, including:

Kline wants two KS Supreme Court justices off his ethics case – due to unethical behavior

Former Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline, pictured right, will file a blistering motion today requesting that two Kansas Supreme Court justices recuse themselves from deciding his ethics case – due to their unethical behavior.

The justices are set to determine whether to indefinitely suspend Kline’s law license, the culmination of a long, sordid saga that reads more like a John Grisham legal thriller, involving sustained cover-ups for the abortion industry at the highest levels of Kansas state government.

Obama’s contraceptive mandate sparks nationwide demonstrations

 On March 23 at high noon thousands of Americans will gather in over 60 cities with one simple message for President Obama: Back away from the First Amendment. On that day pro-life and religious groups will gather at federal buildings in Washington D.C., New York, Chicago, Dallas, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and more to demonstrate in […]

Report to Congressional committee details Planned Parenthood’s fraud, waste, and abuse

One in five Planned Parenthood affiliates has been identified in state and federal audits as perpetrating waste, abuse, and potential fraud. Those details and more emerged today in a press conference held by the Susan B. Anthony List and Alliance Defense Fund as they announced the contents of a report they were submitting to Congressman […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 9-14-11

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat Both CBS News and the Amarillo Globe-News are covering Fr. Frank Pavone’s suspension and his appeal to Rome. A Michigan police officer has been arrested for killing a pregnant woman and her unborn child. He was supposedly on duty when he killed her and was at the scene […]

  

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