The abortion debate is, at heart, a debate over church-state separation.
The central question in a lawsuit is whether or not a “Christ-centered ministry” that offers parents a chance to “earn” baby supplies through bible study should receive a federal, taxpayer-funded loan to buy and renovate a building and expand services with an anti-choice agenda.
Every child should get to use state money to buy religous private education, unless Muslims are supplying it.
The candidacy of presidential contender Texas Governor Rick Perry highlights all the problems with the conservative, anti-sex movement and their investment in theocracy.
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.
Why does the religious right demand government interference in matters of sexuality and yet eagerly block government involvement in matters of welfare? By eliminating government assistance, they hope to force the public to turn to the church.
Rep. Michele Bachmann will be headlining a fundraiser in November for controversial ministry You Can Run But You Cannot Hide (YCRBYCH).
My daughter could only get extra credit if she attended an abstinence-only-until-marriage program. And despite dozens of my phone calls, the school board doesn’t care.
At the Mississippi Department of Human Services’ summit entitled “Abstinence Works: Let’s Talk About It,” we didn’t talk about abstinence, but we sure did chant, cheer, dance, pray and sing about it.