Articles: Week of April 7th, 2014

Correct decision on church planting in public schools (4/3/2014) Remembering the First Woman to Serve in Congress (4/2/2014) No burden on religion when Hobby Lobby makes money from contraceptives? (4/1/2014) Fun With Corporate Conscience Clauses (07/08/2012) As Baseball Season Opens, Do We, Like Umpires, Favor All-Stars? (3/30/2014)

Articles: April Archives

Week of April 14th, 2014: Only correct conclusion (04/16/14) KS killer’s religious faith (04/14/14) Progress! Detective honored for bringing priest and bishop to justice (04/09/14) Week of April 7th, 2014: Correct decision on church planting in public schools (4/3/2014) Remembering the First Woman to Serve in Congress (4/2/2014) No burden on religion when Hobby Lobby makes money from contraceptives? (4/1/2014) Fun With Corporate Conscience Clauses (07/08/2012) As Baseball Season Opens, Do We, Like Umpires, Favor All-Stars? (3/30/2014)    

Articles: Week of March 17th, 2014

Read how sustained aggressiveness by religious groups that sense weakness in the executive branch and welcoming arms at the Roberts court is undermining women’s reproductive liberty.  Linda Greenhouse In Three Genetic Parents – For One Healthy Baby, Professors Judith Daar and Erez Aloni explain how new technology would allow women who carry harmful mutations in their mitochondria to bear healthy children. Read about a sixteen-year-old being prosecuted in Mississippi for the birth of her stillborn child in Nina Martin’s A Stillborn Child, A Charge of Murder and the Disputed Case Law on “Fetal Harm” In contrast, no one was prosecuted for FGM Read More …

Articles Week of: March 24, 2014

Mary Beard, the Public Voice of Women (3/20/2014) Women Senators Know Health Care is a Winner for Women (3/24/2014) When Men Control History, Even Queens Lose (3/24/2014) Ex-Pastor of ROC Church Begs for Help With Legal Bills to Fight 7 Felony Sexual Abuse Charges. Hundreds of women held hostage in religious marriages? Read Jennifer Medina in the New York Times. (3/22/2014)