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There are a number of problems with Michael Gerson’s column in the Washington Post arguing that the Obama administration’s application of contraceptive coverage requirements to institutions providing secular services but affiliated with religious groups was an “epic political blunder.” For one thing, the entire premise of the column is wrong. The new regulations are in […]

The War Against Women

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On February 17, 2012
As soon as Virginia’s Mandatory Rape Law was passed by the House of Delegates, a great column by a particular Virginia resident was inevitable, and sure enough: This week, the Virginia state Legislature passed a bill that would require women to have an ultrasound before they may have an abortion. Because the great majority of […]

Hack Squared

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On February 12, 2012

In a great catch by a commenter, we find Mr. Glenn Harlan Reynolds endorsing Megan McArdle’s “Obama caved to the Bishops!” post based on the original argument made in its title, whic

Checkmate

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On February 10, 2012

I wasn’t thrilled when I heard that Obama was going to announce a “compromise” on contraceptive coverage either, but as it turns out the “accommodation” does not affect t

Shorter Nancy Brinker: “We will not bow down. We will continue to defend our stupid, anti-gender equity decisions with evasive, almost comically disingenuous gibberish.” By the way, since this new standard that any organization under a nuisance investigation by political opponents cannot receive funding was totally not tailored solely to apply to Planned Parenthood, I’ll […]

Yet More Komen

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On February 2, 2012

I think it’s safe to say that the answer to the key question here is “no”: Can you trust a breast cancer organization whose staff and board lie about medical science, including breas

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