When FORMER Ohio Rep. Steve Driehaus lost his 2010 bid against Republican Steve Chabot, he threw a temper tantrum directed at the Susan B. Anthony list. The latter pro-life group had put up billboards citing Driehaus for his abortion support, because he voted in favor of Obamacare. At first Driehaus pursued a criminal charges against Marjorie Dannefelser, of the SBA list, with the Ohio Elections board. That effort was abandoned for an attempt to turn his loss in to money with a civil defamation suit, claiming that the SBA list cost him his job.
This suit was allowed to proceed, but eventually was decided against sore loser, Driehaus, by Judge Timothy Black. This Obama appointed Judge, a former director of planned parenthood, initially supported Driehaus’s legal pursuits, but eventually tipped in favor of the SBA List. Possible inducements for this decision probably included the ACLU’s backing of the SBA List, (and their own interests) as well as the recent Supreme Court decision of the Alvarez vs U.S. (Stolen Valor) case.
ACLU: Two More Pharmacies Refuse to Sell Emergency Contraception to Men.
The ACLU, (defender of NAMBLA) is so extremely concerned that men should be able to buy the morning after pill and use it on their underage sex abuse victims, or on semi conscious date rape victims, or on their partners without consent. Their mission is to harass and threaten any pharmacist who does not want to dispense the pill to anyone other than the final user, or those who wish not to dispense it at all.
One right that the ACLU does NOT defend is that of informed consent.
Becket Fund to provide free defense for religious hospitals against government-ordered abortions.
Apparently the members of the ACLU recognize Catholic health care to be of such high quality that they want their abortions done at Catholic hospitals, rather than those hole-in-the-wall Planned Unparenthood clinics.
Their latest push is to pressure the government to force the religious affliliated hospital personnel to vacuum the babies out of their women.
Above is linked an article from the Becket Fund which is offering pro-bono legal help for any health care professionals who are victimized by the ACLU’s push to force participation in this killing.