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    China Promises Relaxed One-Child Policy: Will It Deliver?

    Chinese Communist party leaders recently declared in an official communiqué that the government could begin to slightly relax its infamous one-child policy. Though vague, the new plan will apparently allow certain couples to have more than one child, assuming one of the parents is an only child. But the U.S. … More

    Budgets, Abortion, and Obamacare: 9 Things House Conservatives Said Today

    The Murray-Ryan budget surfaced Tuesday night, and led the conversation between House conservatives this morning at The Foundry’s Conversations With Conservatives. Missed the event? We’ve compiled an exclusive list of some of their comments below. On the Murray-Ryan Budget Deal: Representative Mick Mulvaney (R-SC): Now we’ve raised the debt ceiling over … More

    What Will Happen When (and If) HealthCare.gov Actually Works

    HealthCare.gov may or may not be working—for some people. That seems to be the clearest assessment after the Obama Administration has flubbed two deadlines to get the Obamacare website working. The disaster has spawned countless news stories and updates about the website’s progress. But here’s the most important story: HealthCare.gov … More

    Obamacare Is Restricting Choice and Trampling Fundamental Freedoms

    The problems with Obamacare seem endless. Now, the unpopular health care law is headed back to the Supreme Court — this time over one of the law’s many onerous mandates that’s restricting choice and trampling fundamental freedoms. Earlier this week, the Court agreed to review the Obamacare mandate that forces … More

    Family Planning Advocates Congregate in Africa

    Family planning advocates and Western do-gooders recently descended upon Ethiopia to hold the 2013 International Conference on Family Planning, entitled “Full Access, Full Choice.” Conference supporters included the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, abortion giants International Planned Parenthood Foundation and Marie Stopes International, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), and … More

    Supreme Court to Hear Challenges to Obamacare Anti-Conscience Mandate

    Today, the Supreme Court announced that it will take up two cases challenging the Obamacare anti-conscience mandate that employers must provide health insurance coverage that includes abortion-inducing drugs, contraceptives, and sterilizations. Over 80 lawsuits with more than 200 plaintiffs have been filed by religious organizations and other private employers to … More

    Chen Guangcheng’s Defense of Human Rights

    Distinguished human rights activist Chen Guangcheng called on world leaders to take action on religious oppression, forced abortion, and other human rights violations by China’s Communist government last week in a lecture delivered at Princeton University. Chen became famous for opposing China’s oppressive one-child policy. His inaugural address as a … More

    House Bill Would Address Obamacare’s Abortion Secrecy Clause

    Last week, Representative Chris Smith (R–NJ) introduced a bill that would require qualified health plans offered on Obamacare exchanges to disclose whether the plan includes coverage of elective abortion. “This is a Right to Know bill,” explained Smith. “Americans have a right to know upfront and with full transparency when … More

    Another Obamacare Exception for Congress: Taxpayers Could Pay for Abortion Coverage

    According to the Obama Administration’s latest eleventh-hour purported rulemaking, Members of Congress and their staff will be able to enroll in taxpayer-subsidized health plans that include coverage of elective abortions. The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) released a final rule this week that will allow Members of Congress and their … More

    The Latest Priorities of the U.N. Treaty Enforcers

    U.N. organizations continue to promote abortion and all kinds of new definitions of “rights.” Here’s an update of what they have been pushing over the summer. Geneva hosted several of the U.N. treaty bodies for their latest sessions of monitoring states’ compliance with a variety of human rights treaties. The … More