It is a great country with newspapers that allow people to share opinions and the differences in them. Again and expected, in Dec. 21 Letter to the Editor, Ms. Raible replied. Stating that the President of the NRA, asked for "papers on small arms treaty." So is it a worldwide gun ban or, is it treaty? One commentary suggests it's an all-out ban on gun ownership and the next implies it's a treaty. Getting back to the facts, the treaty wasn't about banning firearms or taking away 2nd Amendment Rights in the United States.
Agenda 21, www.theblaze.com/stories/is-the-soros-sponsored-agenda-21-a-hidden-plan-for-world-government-yes-only-it-is-not-hidden/ Now let those who read it decide.
If gun scare tactics, including the UN tactic isn't enough, now it appears that religion must be used as a tactic. I am not going to discredit or condemn any religion, nor am I doing so here. Regardless what any insurance program may, or may not be required to provide, does not mean that any person of any faith and insured under that program, is required to have an abortion or take any form of birth control. The tactic of trying to make people believe, that any religion and its members must have abortions or take birth control, because of an insurance program is absurd. It would appear to me, that if one was strong enough in his or her faith, then there's nothing to worry about.