We are a country split right down the middle. Half of America believes Joe Biden was fairly elected president of the United States, while the rest of us are convinced President Trump won the election but that it was stolen from him (and us).
Many in the anti-abortion community are raising concerns about Xavier Becerra being named to a Joe Biden cabinet post, should the Democratic candidate ultimately become the 46th president of the United States.
Why does the media hate Donald Trump so much? There are all kinds of theories, but only one really makes sense: We are a country at odds over the most fundamental principles of ideology, economics, religion, race, culture, morality - even our own history. The media is on one side of that metaphorical war, and President Trump calls it out.
It’s one thing to be mistaken about a candidate, or not to have the whole story. There’s nothing reprehensible about that, and we all learn new things each day.
There are hundreds of reasons to vote for President Trump in this election, and to vote to give him a Republican House and Senate that can do its part to accomplish his agenda, including the fuller de-funding of Planned Parenthood. For convenience, I’ve summarized here ten reasons to give the President a second term.
A review of President Trump’s expanded Mexico City policy reveals that the U.S. has maintained global health assistance to 98 percent of the overseas healthcare organizations that received funding prior to the policy’s implementation. Two notable exceptions were abortion providers that declined U.S. financial assistance.
Have you heard about the Believers for Biden?
Sunday, July 26 marked exactly 100 days until Election Day, November 3, 2020. Here are five of the most important things to keep in mind in this home stretch.
While watching the new PBS documentary "Created Equal: Clarence Thomas is His Own Words," – which I enthusiastically recommend — I was struck by the similarities between Justice Thomas’s mistreatment during his confirmation hearings and the gauntlet Justice Brett Kavanaugh was forced to run through during his hearings nearly 30 years later.