While a federal court may have found “I Love Boobies” bracelets protected under the First Amendment, so students can wear them to school, the court of public opinion still takes issue with such campaigns—many people find them toxic to the overall breast cancer conversation.
The Obama administration sided with Republican lawmakers in states like Indiana and Texas to back the practice of prayer at government meetings.
On Monday the Supreme Court refused to review a state supreme court order barring protesters with graphic anti-abortion signs from protesting outside a church and in the presence of children.
A federal judge ruled the state’s “choose life” license plates violate the First Amendment since there is no option in support of abortion rights.
Last night I had a nightmare and awoke to a realization. The time has come for us to band together to chase the monsters from our nation’s bedrooms for once and for all.
Government by empty talking point. It’s a scene right out of Orwell’s 1984. Christine O’Donnell, who is actually running for Senate and espouses a “strict constructionist view” of the Constitution, does not appear to know the first thing about on what basis that construction stands. It’s hard to know what to say. Ya gotta watch the video.
Women “cannot be allowed” to be heathenish and hedonistic… and a defense of Dr. Tiller, along with crowepps’ funny summary of Christian sexual theology.
Last week, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit lifted the injunction (PDF) on the Washington State pharmacy rules that protect a patient’s right to access medication without discrimination or delay. This is good news for the millions of women seeking to purchase contraception at pharmacies.
What do aspirin, field trips, and abortion have in common?
A 12-year-old student in Minnesota is suing his school after school officials asked him not to wear controversial anti-choice T-shirts.