Liberal radio host Stephanie Miller on Sunday explained to former Republican U.S. Senate candidate Carly Fiorina that her study of medieval history would "come in handy" after the Supreme Court ruled that corporations like Hobby Lobby could deny birth control coverage to women for religious reasons.
Fox News, America's News Headquarters, July 5, 2014. Former HP exec Carly Fiorina claims her CPAC speech on the "war on women" was so powerful that right wing operatives begged her for her help with GOP's messaging.
And right-wing talk show blowhards wouldn't need illegal Viagra prescriptions if....
Call this one a 7.0 response to an 8.0 earthquake. The devil is hiding in the footnotes of Justice Sotomayor's dissent to a Supreme Court order.
If you buy Eden Organic food, it does.
Tuesday the Supreme Court affirmed that their Hobby Lobby decision applies to all methods of contraception.
It's time for the Fox News Hit Parade of Believers, folks. Because Alito told us all if we believe, really sincerely, it will be true.
Does this guy look like an expert on recreational sex? Mike Lee had a few words -- and judgments -- for women affected by the Hobby Lobby decision.
Charles Krauthammer offered up the most disreputably ridiculous and sophomoric interpretation of the "preventive care" aspects included in the ACA, and boiled it down to the Obama administration believing that being "pregnant is a disease to be prevented."
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