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Tuesday, June 13, 2006

The news is good today

FDA Rejects Abortion Group Petition to Have Morning After Pill Over the Counter
For five years, the radically pro-abortion lobby group, the Center for Reproductive Rights (CRR), has been petitioning the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to allow the abortifacient morning after pill, Plan B, to be dispensed as an over-the-counter drug without a doctor’s prescription or supervision. Now the FDA has announced that the petition has been rejected.
Elsewhere in the article the CRR staff attorney accuses the FDA of putting is mission to promote public health aside.  Last time I checked involuntary, imposed death wasn't very healthy for a child.

Comission Says Its OK for Christian Businessman to Refuse to Duplicate Gay Videos
The Commission has now rescinded its initial order against Bono and dismissed Ms. Vincenz’s complaint. There is no evidence that Bono ever discriminated against Ms. Vincenz based upon her sexual orientation, since Vincenz admits that she never actually discussed her orientation with Bono, reports ABC 7 News. Liberty Counsel, Mr. Bono’s legal counsel, will, however, proceed with a suit that challenges the Commission's authority to recognize "sexual orientation" as a civil right. Virginia law prohibits local government from passing or enforcing nondiscrimination laws that are not authorized by the state. The state does not list "sexual orientation" as a protected civil right or class. The Virginia Attorney General’s Office has already expressed its concern that local governments are stepping over the line by interpreting anti-discrimination laws as including “sexual orientation,” reports ABC 7 News.
At least they got it right the second time.

Australia Strikes Down Law Recognizing Same-Sex Unions
The Australian government has followed through on its pledge to quash a law recognizing same-sex unions in the Australian Capital Territory.

Atheist's Challenge to "In God We Trust" National Motto Dismissed by Federal Judge
A California federal trial judge has dismissed the lawsuit filed by Michael Newdow challenging the constitutionality of the American national motto, "In God We Trust." Newdow is the atheist who achieved national attention in his previous unsuccessful attempt to remove the Pledge of Allegiance from public schools because it includes the words "one nation under God."
Newdow, give it up already.  I saw something recently where someone stated that the agenda of GLBT activists isn't really equality in society but domination of society.  I won't go as far to say that applies to all homosexual people or athiests.  But, I do think it describes this guy pretty nicely.

Pro-life Groups Allowed to Defend Right To Refuse Abortion Says Court of Appeals
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit ruled Friday that California healthcare professionals must be allowed to intervene in a lawsuit to defend their right to refuse to provide abortions and abortion referrals. Attorneys with the Alliance Defense Fund and the Christian Legal Society represent members of the Christian Medical Association, American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists, and the Fellowship of Christian Physicians Assistants.

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