By: The Editorial Board – wsj.com – February 21, 2021 Let’s dig into the various House committee bills to separate the Covid from the chaff. The Covid cash includes some $75 billion for vaccinations, treatments, testing and medical supplies. There’s also $19 billion for “public health,” primarily for state health departments and community health centers. One might even count the…
During his confirmation hearing Monday, Merrick Garland, Joe Biden’s nominee for attorney general, insisted the current political climate is worse than the divisive climate leading up to McVeigh’s mass murder nearly 26 years ago.
Please watch this stunning exchange between Sen. Rand Paul and Dr. Rachel Levine, the transgendered woman the Biden administration has nominated to be an assistant secretary of the Department of Health And Human Resources:
According to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, the Equality Act is “about ending discrimination”; President Joe Biden agrees. That may be its intent, but its effect is to promote the most comprehensive assault on Christianity ever written into law.
Last week, First Liberty Institute and the Institute for Justice (IJ)—a leading nonprofit law firm in school choice issues—petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court to review an appellate court decision in our Maine School Choice case.
Nearly every weather-related national media report I’ve heard or read over the past week stressed one key point: The recent cold weather that froze Texas is just one more example of extreme weather events caused by climate change.
Planned Parenthood quietly released its most recent annual report last week for the fiscal year 2019–2020. The document highlighted the hurdles the nation’s largest abortion provider has faced, from the COVID-19 pandemic to the Trump administration. And yet, business is booming. Planned Parenthood counted 354,871 abortions for the year 2019–2020 – the highest number ever recorded, according to data tracked by…
Nearly half of Republicans say they would abandon the party as it is currently structured and join a new party if former President Trump was its leader, according to a new poll released Sunday.
There has been a lot of debate about why Texas had rolling blackouts last week in the midst of the historic winter storm.
After their unearned win last June in Bostock v. Clayton County, progressive ideologues are now trying to rush through Congress the so-called Equality Act. As Ryan Anderson explains in this New York Post op-ed, President Biden’s support for this radical legislation flatly contradicts his talk of unity.