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Posted on: 05/13/13

Judge Orders Plan B for Grade School Girls


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U.S. Federal Judge Edward Korman (New York) issued an order on Friday making "Emergency Contraception" available to girls without restriction. His order was a direct answer to the Obama Administration's attempt to limit easy access to girls 15 and older.

By the terms of Korman's order, girls of any age can purchase the potent drug without identification or prescription from the shelves of any drug store. By the terms of his order, parents will, of course, be cut out of the process. And so will medical personnel, including pharmacists. Girls will have easier access to "Plan B" than adults do sinus headache medicine.

As we've noted before, this imperious social engineering will have devastating implications for the health and safety of America's daughters. Allowing grade school girls to ingest these dangerous and powerful hormones without adult supervision is simply madness. Which is to say nothing about the deaths of untallied preborn children and the further erosion of parental authority.

Nearly every profound social ill is on display with this story: the abuse of power by our federal judiciary; disregard for the family; and an evil agenda by the American Left to destroy the lives of America's youth by imposing a dysfunctional and degrading sexual ethic upon the culture.

With our federal and state authorities so compromised by this whole dynamic, pro-Lifers must focus significant prayer time on behalf of our nation's vulnerable daughters.

 


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