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Anti Contraception

Back to the Future

Jennifer Seymour Whitaker | Posted 04.28.2012 | Home
Jennifer Seymour Whitaker

What's it all about? From 1914 until the eve of the Second World War, Margaret Sanger and her allies fought and won the battle to make contraception widely available in the United States. Didn't they?

Contraception -- It's 2012 and Men Still Decide?

Cynthia Kounaris | Posted 04.23.2012 | Politics
Cynthia Kounaris

Do men want every sexual encounter to end in a pregnancy -- their own or those of their daughters, their sons, their wives... or their mistresses? That seems very illogical to me. So, I have to draw the conclusion that there are many, many men who are for contraception.

Conservative Religious Groups Rally Against Contraception Mandate

AP | By RACHEL ZOLL | Posted 04.04.2012 | Religion

-- The Obama administration's decision requiring church-affiliated employers to cover birth control was bound to cause an uproar among Roman Catholic...

Amanda Terkel

Scott Walker's Budget Defunds Planned Parenthood, Targets Contraception Access

HuffingtonPost.com | Amanda Terkel | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics

WASHINGTON -- While Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) continues to wait out the state's Senate Democrats on his budget bill that would strip collective ...

Is Availability of Contraception a Pro-Life Issue?

Jonathan Merritt | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Jonathan Merritt

At the dawning of the 21st, Catholicism is still holding out on condoning birth control. Perhaps that is about to change.

The Breakup of the Pro-Life Movement

Cristina Page | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Cristina Page

It may come as a shock to most pro-life Americans, but there's not one pro-life group in the United States that supports contraception. Rather, many lead campaigns against contraception.

Anti-Discrimination, Bush Administration Style

J. Goodrich | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
J. Goodrich

We are told that hospitals and other health care providers should hire people who refuse to do parts of the job. If they don't hire those people, health care providers are then guilty of discrimination.