Planned Parenthood Caught Offering Incentives for Abortion

Turns out, there are quotas  (Washington Examiner).  From another story: In the video from Live Action, Sue Thayer, a former Planned Parenthood manager in Storm Lake, Iowa, explained that if her center met its quota for abortion referrals, employees would be rewarded with pizza parties, paid time off, and other rewards...

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Lanhee Chen: Tom Price: The Right Man for HHS

Later this week, the Senate will take up the nomination of Dr. Tom Price to be the next Secretary of Health and Human Services. Dr. Price is uniquely qualified for the job—he’s a physician with real-world experience who also has an excellent understanding of the health policy challenges facing our...

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Albert Mohler: Exactly What We Need on the High Court

There are many reasons to be enthusiastic about President Trump’s nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court, not least of which is the judge’s deep knowledge and appreciation for conservative philosophy and natural law. While taking a Doctor of Philosophy degree at Oxford University, Judge Gorsuch wrote a...

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Michael Medved on the Confirmation of Betsy DeVos for Secretary of Education

The Democrats were able to peel two votes from the Republican caucus to oppose the confirmation of Betsy DeVos for the next Secretary of Education, causing a tie in the Senate. VP Mike Pence broke that tie, meaning that DeVos will be the next Sec. of Education. Michael Medved plays some...

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Hewitt: Gorsuch Exceedingly Qualified

As a conservative who had questions about Donald Trump, I am very happy that I voted for him and campaigned for him during the summer. The President’s first two weeks have been about keeping campaign promises. Judge Neil Gorsuch is an exceedingly qualified Supreme Court nominee, at least as well...

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Dennis Prager: Bill O’Reilly Asked Trump an “Irresponsible Question”

Dennis Prager weighs in on Bill O’Reilly’s question that led to President Trump’s remark comparing the murderous Putin to Americans. Prager believes that although Trump could have handled the question much better, it was a foolish one to ask in the first place. Join Dennis Prager’s premium content website at...

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Albert Mohler: That “Flickering” on the Ultrasound Screen

Last week, writing at The Atlantic, Moira Weigel asserted that ultrasound technology has been used by pro-life politicians to deceptively suggest that the fetus is a person. Weigel even suggests that a baby’s heartbeat visible on an ultrasound is not really a heartbeat at all, but merely “a flickering that...

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Krauthammer: Reid Deserves Some Credit for Gorsuch

From Charles Krauthammer:  There are many people to thank for the coming accession of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. Donald Trump for winning the election. Hillary Clinton for losing it. Mitch McConnell for holding open the high court seat through 2016, resolute and immovable against furious (and hypocritical) opposition...

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THR 2/4/17: Trump’s Monumental Announcement of Judge Gorsuch

Trump chooses General H.R. McMaster for NSA chief

This week, President Donald Trump nominated Judge Neil Gorsuch of the Tenth Circuit to fill Justice Antonin Scalia’s seat on the Supreme Court. Hugh Hewitt speaks to Leonard Leo, senior adviser to President Trump on judicial selections, about Judge Gorsuch. Hewitt also confers with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and...

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Michael Medved: No, the Embassy Won’t Move to Disputed East Jerusalem

False charges of anti-Semitism harm any serious effort by President Trump to unify the country

Ongoing debate about moving the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem is surrounded by misinformation. One common mistake suggests that the whole city is historically disputed territory between Israelis and Palestinians. That’s not true of Western Jerusalem, built up by returning Jews over the last 150 years.  Any new...

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Schumer: Gorsuch Will Need 60 Votes

He called it “the right thing to do” (The Hill).  A look at notable cases under Gorsuch (National Review).  From Bill Donahue:  He has a towering intellectual reputation, having studied at Columbia, Harvard, and Oxford. He is not an ideologue bent on affirming his politics in law. He is a...

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