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Stephanie Grisham swipes at Nancy Pelosi: It’s ‘very personal’

White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham said Saturday that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s, D-Calif., impeachment inquiry is wholly political and completely unsubstantiated. On Thursday, Pelosi announced that the House will proceed with articles of impeachment against the president, declaring that the president’s conduct “leaves us no choice but to act.” Appearing on “Fox & Friends: […]

Posted inAbortion

No one would require A. A. to promote liquor stores. Pro-life clinics deserve the same respect.

The Supreme Court of the U.S. issued a monumental decision preserving the fundamental constitutional liberty of free speech for all Americans. The decision in NIFLA v. Becerra is a stark rebuke to the state of California’s attempt to restrict free speech rights. The Court’s decision protects pro-life pregnancy centers and blocks attempts by the government […]

Posted inEnvironment

Activist Junk Science Breeds Bad Policy

Paul Driessen, The House of Representatives Committee on Natural Resources recently approved HR 2854, the 2019 Protect Our Refuges Act, prohibiting the use of neonicotinoid insecticides in any of the nation’s 560 National Wildlife Refuges, some of which are the size of Delaware and even Indiana. The legislation will now be considered by the full […]

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Two More Christian Martyrs in India

Michael Brown, You might never know their names. But you need to hear their stories. Two more pastors have been killed for their faith in India, yet the work they started continues. It is very true that persecution is intensifying in India. But the gospel cannot be stopped. Not by mob violence. Not by government […]

Posted inHistory

Yavonovitch Was Not the First Ambassador to Be At Odds with a President

Lew Paper, Marie L. Yovanovitch—the American ambassador to Ukraine unceremoniously recalled in May 2019 for allegedly being out of touch with President Trump’s policies—is not the first American ambassador to be at odds with a president’s policy. Joseph Grew, America’s ambassador to Japan in the months before Pearl Harbor, experienced a similar frustration. Grew saw […]