My latest column is up at AND Magazine.
Here is an excerpt:
To hear the Left tell it, you would think that the Supreme Court just declared Christianity to be America’s supreme religion, and made all contraceptives illegal in the U.S. for the rest of time and all eternity. The truth, of course, is a different matter.
The owners of Hobby Lobby, a company that provides insurance (which includes contraceptive coverage) to its employees, sued the federal government over a provision of the Affordable Care Act which has come to be known as the contraceptive mandate. It’s important to note that the contraceptive mandate was not part of the Affordable Care Act when it was passed by the Democrat majority in 2010. This mandate was added to the law later on by the department of Health and Human Services, thanks to one of several clauses in the ACA that enabled HHS to make all kinds of changes to the law after its passage, basically ensuring that Nancy Pelosi was correct: we really did have to pass the law to find out what was in it, because a good portion of it hadn’t even been written yet.
The biggest problem with the controversy surrounding the Supreme Court’s decision is that it is based entirely on lies and misinformation.
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