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  • A Win For The Status Quo

    by Joseph Backholm

    November 10, 2022: The midterm election was not a red wave or tsunami, but it may have been a sign. Republicans shouldn't be too disappointed in the results of the midterms since they are likely to control the House and still have a chance at a Senate majority as well. Still, it was not what they had hoped for nor what Democrats had feared. Democrats seem satisfied that, regardless of what happens in the yet-to-be-decided races, democracy will not truly end this year.

  • Difficult Conversations about Abortion

    by Family Research Council

    October 25, 2022: The overturning of Roe v. Wade has given the pro-life movement renewed motivation to continue speaking about the necessity of protecting unborn life. But those who oppose the overturning of ... (more)

  • Policies Have Consequences, Mr. President

    by Joseph Backholm

    October 21, 2022: President Biden recently announced that he would pardon all those who faced federal convictions for simple marijuana possession, and he further announced that he would release anyone who was in prison simply for that offense.

  • Roe v. Wade: An Explainer

    by Connor Semelsberger

    October 20, 2022: The Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision of 1973 ruled that abortion is protected under the U.S. Constitution, striking down many state abortion restrictions and severely limiting the extent to which states could write their own abortion laws.

  • The Injustice of the Equity Agenda

    by Joseph Backholm

    October 18, 2022: In the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, Vice President Kamala Harris raised eyebrows at the Democratic Leadership Committee's Women's Leadership Forum when she described the way hurricane relief should be distributed: "It is our lowest-income communities and our communities of color that are most impacted by these extreme conditions," Harris said. "We have to address this in a way that is about giving resources based on equity, understanding that we fight for equality, but we also need to fight for equity."

  • U.S. Abortion Law in Comparison with the Globe

    by Mary Szoch, Connor Semelsberger and Joy Stockbauer

    October 10, 2022: The topic of abortion is among the most heated and controversial issues that mankind faces in the modern world. It touches the legal code of every country, as some parts of the globe restrict abortion entirely while others impose no prohibitions at all. As the progression of pre-natal science continuously verifies that the unborn child in the womb is a human being, the assertion that abortion is a human right becomes more and more detached from reason.

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