Thursday, September 5, 2013

Religious Coalition's Inconsistency Undercuts Its Moral Stand Against ObamaCare Contraception Mandate

My latest post at The Objective Standard blog covers the ongoing fight by religious objectors to ObamaCare's birth control mandate:

The religious coalition, Fox News reports, includes “leaders of the Roman Catholic church, the Southern Baptist Convention, the National Association of Evangelicals, [and] the Assemblies of God and the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, among others.” The coalition is calling on the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) “to exempt ‘any organization or individual that has religious or moral objections’ to the so-called contraception mandate in ObamaCare.”

Read the rest of Religious Coalition: Right to Oppose ObamaCare Contraception Mandate, Wrong to Ignore Principle at Play.

Related Reading:

How the Catholic Church Paved the Way for the Birth Control Mandate

Without Principles, "Restraints on Government Power" is a Hollow Phrase

Why Should One Act on Principle by Leonard Peikoff

Philosophy: Who Needs It? by Ayn Rand

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