Daily Topics - Friday February 10th, 2012

Thom challenges guests from the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, D.C.

Anything Goes on Townhall Friday

Hour One: "Brunch With Bernie" - Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) takes your calls

Hour Two: Keystone XL Pipeline...it's back - Charles Drevna, American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers / Plus, is Prop 8 unconstitutional? Dr. John Eastman, National Organization for Marriage

Hour Three: CPAC, the TSA and "Dispatches From Bitter America" - Todd Starnes, Fox News & Commentary

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DFMM 10 years 27 weeks ago
#1

Catholics restrict how paycheck spent?

The Catholic church's restrictions on contraception has been viewed as women's rights, health, or religious issues; but there might be another way of looking at it. I don't know all the particulars and whether this applies; but employer-provided health care is an employee benefit, it's part of an employee's compensation. So, in a way isn't the Catholic church ---based on religious beliefs--- trying to restrict what women can use their compensation/paychecks for?

Dan From Mira Mesa (San Diego)

mathboy's picture
mathboy 10 years 27 weeks ago
#2

Marriage not for procreation? Gay couples could get married in order to adopt children together.

mathboy's picture
mathboy 10 years 27 weeks ago
#3

The concept that Thom mentioned of marriage being between a rapist and his victim in Biblical times goes even deeper than he said. There's a part of the Bible that allows a war bride to divorce her husband under some circumstance on the presumption that the husband raped her. So the Bible condones the marriage, and because of the aforementioned presumption, it also condones spousal rape.

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