HHS Secretary, Christian Doctors Speak Out on Conscience Rights

Bioethics, General Health, Health Headlines, Woman's Health
For years the Christian Medical and Dental Association (CMDA) has been advocating in Washington, DC for the conscience rights of its members and all healthcare professionals, encouraging legal protections and education and reform in the medical profession. The issue took center stage recently when the New York Times published an article based on a leaked copy of draft regulations by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) on conscience rights in healthcare. The revelation of draft regulations to protect conscience rights set off an avalanche of protests from abortion advocates, many of whom have asserted that healthcare professional literally should choose another career if unwilling to participate in abortions. Opponents of the regulations wrongly asserted that HHS was trying to stop abortions and limit contraceptive use—very difficult charges to make stick, since the regulations…
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Obama Cover-up Revealed On Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Bill

Bioethics, Health Headlines, Woman's Health
LifeSiteNews is reporting that new documents just obtained by the National Right to Life Committee (NRLC) prove that Senator Obama has for the past four years blatantly misrepresented his actions on the Illinois Born-Alive Infants Protection bill. But one media observer points out that the mainstream media hasn't touched the new wrinkle in the story about the Born Alive Infants Protection Act.   My Take? (more…)
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Democratic Party Platform (The “Most Radical in History”) Attempts to Appease Pro-Life Voters

Bioethics, Health Headlines, Woman's Health
CBN’s David Brody reported that members of the Democrat Platform Committee have sought input from evangelical leaders to moderate their party platform on abortion with the intent of making the Democrat Party more attractive to people of faith. According to Brody, Pastors Joel Hunter, Jim Wallis and Tony Campolo were involved in the effort.  My Take? (more…)
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