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Protecting Unborn Children in a Post-Roe World
January 21, 2022: Tens of thousands of Americans from all walks of life will gather Friday in Washington, D.C., for the 49th annual March for Life.
U.S. Abortion Law in Comparison with the Globe
January 21, 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.
Biden: It's Not Who Can Vote, But Who Gets to Count the Vote
January 20, 2022: It is a shocking statement that could easily be attributed to a third world dictator. When asked about election legislation this week, the president of the United States of America stated, "It's not who can vote, but who gets to count the vote. Who counts the vote-that's what this is about."
President Biden's One Major Success In His First Year: Turning America Into an Abortion Haven
January 19, 2022: During his 2020 presidential campaign, Joe Biden promised to implement a national plan to curb the COVID-19 pandemic. As the calendar turns to 2022, the highly-transmissible Omicron variant is resulting in the highest daily case rates yet. When examining the actions from President Biden's first year in office, it would seem that his administration has focused less on concrete solutions to tackle COVID-19 and more on promoting abortion in unprecedented ways.
Against transgender opponents, women are vying for silver
by Mary Szoch
January 18, 2022: As a former Division I women's basketball player, I am no stranger to playing against men. My high school team wanted to win a state championship, so we trained against boys. In college, I wanted to walk on at Notre Dame, so I practiced against men. After three years of watching from the stands, I made the team. Once on the team, our coach, Muffet McGraw, wanted to win a national championship, so we played against "the practice squad."
African Christians Face Deadly Violence in 2022
by Lela Gilbert
January 14, 2022: As cheerful greetings of "Happy New Year" fade across the world, life gradually settles back into "the new normal." And alongside various concerns about yet another pandemic season, new issues emerge. For those of us who follow international religious freedom, the plight of Christian believers-the most widely targeted faith group in the world-comes back into focus.
The Freedom to Cheat Act: The Radical Left's Latest Attempt to Undermine Our Democracy
January 11, 2022: Democrats in Congress are unable to move forward on their massive spending bill because of bipartisan opposition. Polling showed President Biden's Big Government Socialism Bill was wildly unpopular with the American people. That is no surprise when you consider it did not address any of the significant issues facing American families today like sky-high gas prices, rising food costs, spikes in violent crime, and a shortage of products because of a failing supply chain.
As protests set Kazakhstan ablaze, U.S. should be careful of getting burned
January 10, 2022: President Biden's administration and Congress should be wary of warming up to Kazakhstan, a country ablaze right now with mass protests and unprecedented chaos. We just might get burned.