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July 23, 2014

“New York Medicaid expands to cover abortifacients within days post-birth” New York is using its Medicaid program to put post-birth women on birth control devices within days of bearing children. The Catholic League’s Bill Donohue said in a statement that the state program “puts a cap on kids.” “The idea that the government... [Read more...]

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July 22, 2014

“New York Post’s Ugly, Sexist Stereotype of Nuns” The New York Post promoted the sexist and rude stereotype of angry nuns hitting disobedient children this weekend. Alongside the print edition of the story, the Post included what appears to be a photo illustration or stock photo of a stern-looking nun (or perhaps an actress portraying... [Read more...]

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July 22, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) “Executive Order Makes LGTB Workers Protected Class for Contractors” Yesterday President Obama signed an executive order granting employment protection to gay, lesbian, transgender and bisexual (“GLTB”) workers to private contractors who work for the federal government. There is no exemption for religious employers. Bill... [Read more...]

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July 20, 2014

“The Contraceptive New York Nanny, Bill Donohue and the Catholic League” It has been a while since I called our readers attention to the important work of a good friend named Bill Donohue and the organization he leads, the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights. Bill Donohue is a Champion of the Rights of Catholics and the Catholic... [Read more...]

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July 17, 2014

“NY’s Medicaid covering post-birth contraceptives” Emboldened and incensed by the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent decision limiting certain contraceptive coverage in the private sector, New York health officials moved forward Thursday with a plan to provide contraceptive devices to low-income women who don’t want to get pregnant soon after... [Read more...]

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July 17, 2014

“Catholic League Rips Letterman For Sketch on Priests Having Sex; Points to Past ‘Infidelities’” The Catholic League’s Bill Donohue blasted “sick man” David Letterman for his Wednesday night sketch making light about Pope Francis’s recent remarks about priestly celibacy. The segment repeatedly featured... [Read more...]

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July 17, 2014

“Glitch or Censorship?” Weeks after an apparent case of politically motivated Internet censorship at a Connecticut high school, officials are still blaming the incident on technical malfunctions — even though evidence suggests human culpability. The Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, a conservative-leaning Catholic advocacy... [Read more...]

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July 17, 2014

“Archie Comic Depicting Title Character Victim of Political Murder Draws Controversy” Archie Comics Publications, Inc. has garnered controversy over its latest edition of the Archie comic series, wherein the title character is killed by politically driven violence. Released Wednesday, the latest “Life With Archie” comic concludes... [Read more...]

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July 16, 2014

“Bill to overturn Hobby Lobby decision on abortifacients stalls in Senate” A bill introduced by Senate Democrats to erode the religious liberty of Americans who object to abortion-inducing drugs or contraception has stalled. The Democrat-controlled body voted 56-43 to pass the bill, which would require business owners to offer contraceptives,... [Read more...]

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July 16, 2014

“Critics of Supreme Court should focus on politics, not religion” Meanwhile, a Freedom From Religion Foundation ad in the New York Times lamented the “Roman Catholic Majority” of the high court, which Frances Kissling of Catholics for Choice once dismissed as a “Catholic Boy’s Club.” To some, this is a 21st century version of the... [Read more...]

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