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.
Family Research Council members convinced a New Jersey hotel to stop offering discounted room rates to women coming to the state seeking abortion care. Is cutting off assistance for lodging and travel for women seeking abortion care the best way to help or simply a low-blow to women in vulnerable circumstances?
Politico reports that white weekly churchgoers aren’t supporting Obama any more than other Democrats. Richard Land and Tony Perkins attribute the “God gap” to abortion. Could it be because of misinformation?
The Family Research Council, a religious right organization, rushed to the aid of Rep. Michelle Bachmann in the wake of Anti-AmericaGate.
Students offered tests after HIV scare at Missouri High School; Family Research Council comes to defense of Rep. Bachmann; Catholic commentator warns against voting solely on abortion; Coping with depression during pregnancy; Text messages inform and encourage HIV testing in South Africa.
In a new TV ad (watch), the Family Research Council distracts attention from a discussion of responsible parenting to inject the question of when life begins into the presidential debate. Stock up on contraception now, before it is too late.
By framing sexual health and justice debates as battles between purity and perversion, or virtue and vice, traditional media misses the progressive religious voices that speak out for ethics, morality and faith with respect for the dignity and decisions of all families and all individuals.
Why did Dr. Susan Orr — former staffer at the Family Research Council — resign her post overseeing Title X just as the Bush administration considers re-imposing the domestic gag rule?