Monday, June 27, 2016

Monday Reads

Chalk one up for abortion rights:

A divided U.S. Supreme Court struck down a Texas law that had threatened to close three-quarters of the state’s abortion clinics by putting new requirements on facilities and doctors.

The 5-3 ruling is the court’s first abortion decision in almost a decade. It invalidates a law that required clinics to meet hospital-like surgical standards and forced abortion doctors to get admitting privileges at a local hospital.

It doesn't mean men work harder.

Here is another blog post about the criminal acts of John Money, the quack who came up with the "gender identity" nonsense public discourse has been polluted with ever since.

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