An already overworked grand jury in Washington, D.C., presumably will be very busy in the days to come.
By: Jim Geraghty – nationalreview.com – June 21, 2022 On the menu today: A fascinating in-depth report observes that “it’s hard to find a Washington-based progressive organization that hasn’t been in tumult, or isn’t currently in tumult,” with these groups “locked in virtual retreats, Slack wars, and healing sessions, grappling with tensions over hierarchy, patriarchy, race, gender, and power.” These…
A bipartisan working group of U.S. Senators — 10 Democrats and 10 Republicans — finally unveiled the result of their work on federal firearm legislation spurred by the tragic shooting in Uvalde.
Last week’s special congressional election in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas is far more than a precursor to a probable Republican “wave” in November.
TOGETHER‘22 is a catalytic stadium gathering on the 50th anniversary of Explo ‘72. The event will empower the next generation of Christians to Make Jesus Known. Source: Together ’22 – Cotton Bowl, Texas – Pulse
LifeNews reported today that infamous abortionist Alberto Hodari is in trouble again. In a heartbreaking interview with local station WJRT, Caitlin Bruce says that at age 18 and at six months pregnant, she was forced into aborting her child.
More than a quarter of the 790 abortion clinics operating in the US would shut down if the Supreme Court overturns federal protections for abortions, according to a study released this week by Advancing New Standards in Reproductive Health.
Eighty-one percent of U.S. adults say they believe in God, down six percentage points from 2017 and the lowest in Gallup’s trend.
A recent study found 11% of searches for “abortion near me” or “abortion pill” sent Google users to “fake” abortion clinics, which are known for operating with the goal of talking women out of ending their pregnancies.
The Daily Caller contacted the NRCC’s top 10 Democratic targets repeatedly and asked if they would support President Biden in his 2024 presidential bid. None said “Yes.”
The Federal Reserve Bank announced a 75 basis point interest rate hike on Wednesday, a 50 percent greater increase than the central bank had initially signaled it was going to make for June.