I almost overlooked this with the Women’s March yesterday. And this is really a part of that. Today is the 44th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision that freed women to make personal health choices for themselves. For me… Read More ›
Finally, yesterday and today, without mention of politics, the nation paused to give the late Justice Antonin Scalia the consideration and respect he so richly deserved. R.I.P. Justice Scalia.
Democrats in the U.S. Senate are planning to wield the Supreme Court’s unpopular Hobby Lobby decision as a club against Republicans, and the fight begins Wednesday with the introduction of the “Protect Women’s Health From Corporate Interference Act.” The bill, one… Read More ›
The Supreme Court hasn’t wasted any time adding fuel to the religion vs. women’s rights conflagration it ignited with its Hobby Lobby decision on Monday. Late Thursday, just before recessing their current session, they issued one more ruling. It seems Wheaton College,… Read More ›