Former President George W. Bush discusses the day that he realized abortion was wrong in an interview with Matt Lauer.
President Obama has been in office for over a year, so why does President Bush’s last minute “provider conscience law” still exist?
The far-right’s religious ideology pushed the Bush Administration to wage a war on science. Now 76 American Nobel Prize winners are citing that as a reason to endorse Obama.
As the reality of governing-by-deregulation-talking-points trickles down upon us, is it too much to hope that voters might see through social conservative talking points too?
HHS is characterizing the number of comments as “higher than average” and RH Reality Check has obtained estimates from several organizations suggesting at 200,000 comments are in opposition. Don’t forget the 325,000 petitions turned in before the rule was issued, as Americans attempt to prevent ideology from trumping medical science.
The opposition to proposed rules denying patient conscience rights continues to increase as the deadline approaches.
Adolescents and teens often hold seemingly irreconcilable ideas about having sex; Is HHS Secretary Michael Leavitt deliberately trying to stifle debate on proposed regulations?; More women than ever seeking birth control; UK government reduces compensation payments to rape victims who had been drinking.
The Bush Department of Justice broke the law by using “abortion” and “homosexual” as search terms to determine the political leanings of potential employees, further proof of just how far out of the mainstream Bush has steered the nation. The constitution has become an after thought for Bush political hacks.
The Bush Administration is planning an end run to entice states into applying for abstinence-only funds that Congress has yet to authorize, and potentially tie the hands of the next administration.