National Institute of Family and Life Advocates v. Becerra3/31/18
The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments on Tuesday, 3/20/18, on whether pro-life centers may be forced to promote abortion. Many cases regarding abortion make it to the U.S. Supreme Court each year in one way or another and it can be argued that abortion supporters typically win. This case makes it look like pro-life centers will win. Time will tell.
Regardless, the arguments as well as the upcoming ruling should prove interesting. Ideally, the ruling won't be as disappointing as Ober . . . [more]High School class teaches how to view porn responsibly2/18/18
So apparently there is a class for High School students in Boston where they can learn to view porn the right way The Truth About Pornography: A Pornography-Literacy Curriculum for High School Students Designed to Reduce Sexual and Dating Violence.
In related news, on Friday, 2/16/18, a judge in Ohio permanently removed the parental rights of the parents of a 17 year old daughter because they wouldn't support her desire to take hormone treatments to become a man. ref
Yep, this is the world . . . [more]Abortion clinics continue to close 2017 Update12/17/17
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Abortion clinics in 1991: 2,176.
This year (as of august 2013) 42 clinics closed and 24 were closed in 2012. Part of the reason for the high number of closings that year was due to North Carolina signing a new law that requires abortion facilities to meet the same standards as an outpatient surgery center . . . [more]Net Neutrality: an interview with Ajit Pai11/28/17
On November 21, 2017 The Daily Signal had a 12:22 min video interview with Ajit Pai who answered questions from viewers regarding the impact of repealing Net Neutrality. This is the only video interview with Ajit Pai regarding Net Neutrality that I am aware of.
Some of the questions include the following:
"How will this impact competitiveness?"
"How will this affect innovation?"
"Will this encourage more competitiveness between ISPs?"
"Will reversing Net Neutrality benefit only big bus . . . [more]Archives