Saturday, July 25, 2009

American Medical Association

The American Medical Association ("AMA"), seemingly against the wishes of many of its members, recently made headlines when it announced its endorsement for H.R. 3200, "America's Affordable Health Choices Act of 2009," the House of Representative's version of Obama's government-run health care plan.Countering the AMA's endorsement, however, is Dr. Donald Palmisano, a former president of the organization and the current spokesperson for newly formed group called the Coalition to Protect Patients' Rights (CPPR). CPPR is opposed to a so-called "public option" and is working to ensure that patients and doctors are in charge of making health care decisions, not the government.


156 Organizations and Activists, Including CFIF, Urge Opposition to Judge Sotomayor’s Confirmation to U.S. Supreme Court

In a letter sent to all 100 Members of the United States Senate, the Center for Individual Freedom (“CFIF”) this week joined with 156 state and national organizations and activists, representing millions of Americans, to express opposition to the confirmation of Judge Sonia Sotomayor, President Obama’s nominee to be the next associate justice on the U.S. Supreme Court.


Coalitions Appeal to Congress

In a letter sent this week to every Member of Congress, nearly 50 state and national organizations encouraging support for meaningful “health care legislation that expands health care choices and reduces health care costs through an open health care system.”

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The Freedom Minute: Government-Run Health Care Video

Worse than you can imaging...

Watch Center for Individual Freedom (“CFIF”) Sr. Vice President and Corporate Counsel Renee Giachino give CFIF’s take on the health care “reform” bills currently making their way through Congress.

Special FRC Action Webcast on the Moral, Ethical and Financial Dangers of the President's Health Care Reform Plan

To learn the story the networks won't tell you, to get the depth of perspective the networks can't give you, and to point the way forward on such a critical issue as health care, join me, along with FRCAction's respected experts as we are joined by key Congressional leaders for an exclusive Webcast beginning at 8:30 pm. EDT on Tuesday, July 28.

****Return to this page Tuesday, July 28, at 8:30 PM EDT to view the webcast****

Family Court Injustices to Men

Did you know that a family court can order a man to reimburse the government for the welfare money, falsely labeled "child support," that was paid to the mother of a child to whom he is not related? Did you know that, if he doesn't pay, a judge can sentence him to debtor's prison without ever letting him have a jury trial?

Texas May Reject Obamacare

Perry raises possibility of states' rights showdown with White House over healthcare | Top Stories |

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Tuesday, July 21, 2009

NY nurse threatened, forced to assist in late-term abortion

NEW YORK - Alliance Defense Fund attorneys filed a lawsuit Tuesday against Mount Sinai Hospital on behalf of a Catholic nurse who was forced to participate in a late-term abortion under the threat of disciplinary action, including possible termination and loss of her license. The hospital has known of her religious objections to abortion since 2004.Hospital administrators told the nurse that the scheduled abortion was an “emergency,” though evidence shows otherwise, and insisted moments before the procedure that she assist doctors despite her repeated objections to the procedure, which dismembered a preborn child in the 22nd week of gestation. By federal law, hospitals that receive federal funds cannot force employees to participate in abortion procedures under any circumstances.

America’s Health Care Is Better Than Europe’s

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The Obama Experiment

What would result in the largest expansion of abortion since Roe v. Wade?

"This healthcare reform plan would dramatically increase the number of taxpayer-funded abortions and even mandate abortion coverage by private insurance plans. Even though two recent polls have found that between 63 and 71 percent of Americans support laws that protect tax dollars from being used to fund abortion, so far, Congress has defeated all efforts to ensure abortion coverage is not included in the reform plan. Sadly, we know that increased availability and funding will lead to an increase in the number of abortions."

Help Stop Another Threat to U.S. Energy Security

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Where's the money going?

Iran or America