Daily Archives: February 10, 2012

Summary: Obama’s “Compromise”

“Under the rule, women will still have access to free preventive care that includes contraceptive service no matter where they work, that core principle remains.”  “But if a woman’s employer is a charity or a hospital that has a religious objection … Continue reading

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Pro-Abortion Planned Parenthood And NARAL Come Out In Support of Obama’s Contraception “Compromise,” Catholic Bishops Already Shot It Down…

Washington, D.C. — Nancy Keenan, president of NARAL Pro-Choice America, called the Obama administration’s announcement a reaffirmation of the commitment to ensuring contraceptive coverage. The Obama administration’s policy will make sure women of all faiths who work at religiously affiliated … Continue reading

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Bumper Sticker Of The Day…

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Report: Obama Backing Down on Birth Control Mandate

Grunt, I think you might possibly owe me a case of Sam Adams.  We’ll wait to see how far he backs down, or if he’s just being slick and tricky. Faced with mounting pressure from religious groups, the president is set … Continue reading

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Treehouse Countdown To Birthday Greatness….

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Problem: You have a city full of people who have no ability whatsoever to parallel park. Solution: Stop testing parallel parking on the driving test. Ta-Da, problem solved

How do progs get more minorities hired into public service?  Lower the test score needed on the entrance exam because the test is too hard.   How do progs get more minorities enrolled in college?  Lower the admission requirements because the standards are too … Continue reading

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Fox Cancels Judge Andrew Napolitano and Eric Bolling

HatTip Texan59 – Fox has cancelled Freedom Watch with Andrew Napolitano, and Follow The Money with Eric Bolling from its lineup.   Here is part of their statement: We look forward to Judge Napolitano, David [Asman] and Eric [Bolling] continuing to make significant contributions to … Continue reading

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