The Family Research Council’s report Wednesday commemorating 40 years of crisis pregnancy centers inadvertently confirms a dirty little secret of public health: $200 million per year is being spent on reproductive health care provided by amateurs.
Michael Steele finds room in his tent for pro-choice Republicans, but others don’t want to share their campsite; Mike Huckabee remains coy about his intentions for the next Presidential campaign, but he nonetheless played the politician/campaigner at the "Values Voter Summit" this past weekend in Washington, DC. And South Dakota receives a grant for facilitating adoption of children in foster care.
The Family Research Council wants you to be manly. So the Values Voter Summit, the annual confab of ultra-conservative political and religious leaders, tried to be hip with a fundamentalist-inspired reenactment of “Mad Men.”
Since “Save America’s Insurance Companies” is hardly a winning rallying cry, conservative groups are calling on their reliable foe/political friend, abortion.
The Family Research Council has released an ad attacking health care reform, specifically the mythical assumption that proposed health care reform would force Americans into an insurance policy that covers abortion care.
How long is sex education going to be marginalized, hindered, or just ignored?
With such a lurid attack on Sebelius, Perkins had better be ready to explain his own complicity in AIDS deaths, not just in Africa but all over the world.
Who wants family planning resources, politicians or low-income American women? Tony Perkins claims that it’s the former.
The Family Research Council predictably hails HHS rule and ridicules lawsuits seeking an injunction.
Calendars everywhere read 2009, but in the “pro-life” movement it seems they are stuck in 2004.