Good News Day for Pedophiles: Push for “Morning After Pills” for 12 year olds

From the Washington Times:

Pro-choice activists said Tuesday they are preparing another push to lobby the Obama administration to loosen restrictions on “emergency contraception” for women of any reproductive age.

Some 40 organizations are planning to make their case to Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius this week, Kirsten Moore, president and chief executive of the Reproductive Health Technologies Project, said in a media briefing.

“This coalition feels the time is now to read the science and the evidence supporting nonprescription access to emergency contraception,” Ms. Moore said at the briefing organized by RH Reality Check, a site that bills itself as “committed to advancing sexual and reproductive health and rights.”

These products “are safe enough and appropriate enough to be on the shelf — right between the condoms and the pregnancy-test kits,” she said.

Thanks to the courageous, undercover work of Lila Rose and Live Action, we know that one of Barack Obama’s favorite organizations, Planned Parenthood, enthusiastically enables adult men who want to sexually-exploit underage girls. This rule change would give these perverts another avenue to use and degrade these children.

Of course it must be a good idea. The U.N. is all for it. 

Women Expect Too Much and Settle for Too Little: Today on the Teri O’Brien Show

With Valentine’s Day approaching, it’s a good time to ask the question: Is romance dead? The recent controversy over federally-mandated “free” contraception, deemed “essential preventative care” by the Obama regime, raises a more subtle question. Is the notion of “courtship,” now as quaint as the parasol, replaced by hookup, and if so, who benefits? The late 1960‘s saw the rise of so-called women’s movement, but has it really benefitted women? Are we better off now that “liberation” means that we’re supposed to not only pick up the check, but also hit the sheets with as many men as possible, get rid of any inconvenient tissue mass byproducts of our sexual conquests, and move on to the next one? Of course not, and while it might seem like our culture’s sexual candy store might be a dream come true for men, as they mature, aren’t they also looking for something deeper and more meaningful?

Our special guest, nationally-syndicated columnist and author of the best-selling book, It Takes a Parent, Betsy Hart, will join us to talk about looking for love in all the right places. Her new book “From The Hart: A Collection of Favorite Columns on Love, Loss, Marriage (and Other Extreme Sports)” is a refreshingly honest, intelligent, and sometimes politically incorrect, exploration of modern relationships. Betsy will explain the real reason that women seem to have such a tough time finding Mr. Right, often ignoring many good guys in the process. She’s also agreed to take your questions about love and romance. I’ll ask her about a recent CPAC attendee’s idea of the perfect conservative date.

The Obama administration has decided that the issue of federal government coercion, laid bare by their insistence that birth control, including abortifacients, are a “right,” is behind them, but not so fast, my dictatorial friends. Nothing is over until we say it is.

Join us Sunday for the rest of the story.


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