Varia — January 17, 2018

1. Greater conscience protection appears to be on the way for health care workers who don’t want to participate in abortions or “transgender” medical procedures based on religious or moral beliefs:

2. An overview of the crucial case before the Supreme Court regarding the free speech rights of pro-life pregnancy centers:

3. A woman is about to be euthanized in Holland solely because of psychiatric problems: It’s coming.

4. More make-it-up-as-you-go-along lawmaking by an obscure committee (the “Inter-American Court of Human Rights”), which has decided that all nations in the Americas must recognize same-sex “marriage” and transgender rights even though those rights are nowhere in the relevant document: Interesting that this “court” has never been so enthusiastic about the provision that says “Every person [which is defined as “every human being”] has the right to recognition as a person before the law.”

5. A report by the Guttmacher Institute (the think tank for the Cult of Moloch) finds that the Affordable Care Act (and thus the HHS Mandate) had no effect on contraceptive use: So much for that “compelling government interest” touted by the prior Administration in court.

Varia — January 17, 2018

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