Tag Archive | birth control

The True Cost of Eliminating Funding for Birth Control

As promised, I would like to take this opportunity to discuss the subject of the serious consequences connected with the plan to not make birth control freely available to everybody, particularly individuals who could not otherwise afford it. I believe one does not need to be clairvoyant to predict what would happen, if Congress succeeds […]

The Isolated System Approach to Politics

Just yesterday I was meditating over the “isolated-system” approach, used in determining and passing legislation, and voila’!  Today we have more proof that our elected  representatives in Washington are incapable of deductive reasoning. Whether they are unaware that this type of reasoning  exists as one of our basic mental abilities, or they do not find […]