Tag: religious liberty

Anti-vaxxers ruined what could’ve been an important N.J. debate. | Rooney

By Matt Rooney _ History is full of examples of generals who lost wars by fighting the wrong battles. Opponents of S2173 – the bill to curtail religious exemptions to school vaccine requirements – are on track to provide another Read More

Bill to quash N.J. vaccine religious exemptions temporarily halted by Sweeney

TRENTON, N.J. – A hugely-divisive bill designed to eliminate the religious exemption for child vaccinations hit turbulence on Monday at the State House amid massive pressure from anti-vaccine protesters.  The State Senate bill (S-2173) was pulled at the last minute Read More

Less Theology, More Liberty Needed in Rick’s Contraception Mandate Retort

I like Rick Santorum, and his larger sociological point about contraception is perfectly valid. Ever since the Progressive Era, social liberals have sought to relieve society of the natural consequences accompanying negative behavior. We’re not better off for it… Snookie and Read More

Lautenberg’s Latest Lunacy: GOP Wants Women “Barefoot and Pregnant”

AND NOW, ladies and gentlemen, I bring you the latest astoundingly nasty, ignorant, and stupid utterance from New Jersey’s overly-seasoned senator, Frank Lautenberg. Responding to Marco Rubio’s unassailably logical “Religious Freedom Restoration Act, S.B. 2043,” a measure co-sponsored by a Read More

Menendez Chickens Out On Religious Liberty

The White House announced today, as the good folks at LifeSiteNews.com translated, that “instead of forcing religious employers to pay for birth control, it will force insurance companies to offer the drugs free of charge to all women, no matter Read More

Kyrillos Goes After Menendez On Religious Liberty

U.S. Senate candidate Joe Kyrillos echoed the sentiments of his ally, Mitt Romney, in a press release today attacking incumbent Bob Menendez (D-NJ) for an act of omission. Specifically, the junior senator’s failure to speak out against President Obama’s assault on the Read More