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So, survival of the republic has come down to birth control?

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Liberals were positively apoplectic over the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision in which justices ruled 5-4 that the owners of the Hobby Lobby retail chain could choose, under the religious freedom protection of the First Amendment, not to cover four abortifacients in employees’ health insurance plans, because abortion is at odds with their Christian faith. And liberals hate two things ...

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Wendy Davis’ License to Drive

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State Senator Wendy Davis wants to be the governor of Texas. She’s all over headlines lately after publicly dissing the Democratic Governors Association, calling for reduced emphasis on standardized testing, and pay equality for women.  But here’s the thing, it’s what you don’t hear about that makes her gubernatorial run interesting…fishy even. Davis shot to national fame after her famous ...

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Texas abortion law: Stay pregnant or go to Mexico

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New Texas abortion law strikes hard near border town New abortion restrictions passed in Texas last July, but the fight against abortion is extending well into 2014. Senator Wendy Davis shot to national fame after her 12 hour filibuster but in the end it was all for naught.  Since then, it’s been clear that the current Texas administration is going to do whatever it takes ...

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Abortions are tax deductible

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The Washington Times released a list of 13 tax deductions that are less well-known amongst Americans. Included in the list are clarinet lessons for children with overbites, wigs, acupuncture and abortion. Abortion? Seriously?! In a word, yes. According to the IRS, abortions are considered a medical expense and are therefore deductible. As stated on the IRS website: “Medical expenses are ...

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Vatican Comes out Against Obamacare Bill

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The Vatican has a problem with the Obamacare Bill. With the beginning of Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby and Barack Obama’s impending visit to the Holy City this week, the topic of the President’s pro-abortion policies are hot on everyone’s minds. One such person speaking out against Obama’s policies and attack on religion is Vatican chief justice Cardinal Raymond Burke who ...

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Religious Freedom goes to Court

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Today two cases will be presented in front of the Supreme Court that could have lasting impacts on the future of religious freedom in America. Privately owned businesses Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Specialties Corp. are suing the United States based on their objections on being forced to provide immoral contraception methods through their insurance plans. Provisions in Obamacare mandate ...

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