President Trump signed an executive order on healthcare this week after Congress failed to pass healthcare reform. Trump campaigned on healthcare reform, and it is important that he keeps his promise. Some are arguing against it, though, as executive orders are not exactly the most conservative legislative tactic. That it is an executive order is a downside to President Trump’s decision, but the order’s content does enact many positive, conservative policies. What Does the Order Do? Referring to the executive order, President Trump stated The competition will be staggering. Insurance companies will be fighting to get every single person signed up. And you...Read More
Author: Gabrielle Temaat
Last Friday, President Trump removed the Obamacare mandate that requires employers to provide access to free birth control as part of healthcare coverage. The left unleashed immense backlash, falsely claiming that Trump was denying women birth control. Several states have sued the Trump administration for this decision. Democratic Congressmen and organizations such as NARAL (the National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League) and Planned Parenthood released statements such as the following: This is a clear and blatant attack on women’s rights and #reprofreedom. We #WontBePunished for determining our own destiny. #HandsOffMyBC — NARAL (@NARAL) October 6, 2017 Trump is not denying anyone...Read More
On Tuesday, the House of Representatives passed Rep. Trent Franks’ Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act. The bill bans abortions after 20 weeks. Unsurprisingly, Planned Parenthood attacked the bill with lies. 20 week abortion bans are: – unpopular– unconstitutional– part of the agenda to ban ALL abortion#NoAbortionBan pic.twitter.com/gBDEosX1of — Planned Parenthood (@PPact) October 2, 2017 First, various polls consistently show that support for banning abortion after 20 weeks is high. A Washington Post poll found that two-thirds of Americans are in favor of at least a 20 week abortion ban. Even the Huffington Post, a pro-abortion publication, conducted a poll...Read More
Mainstream and social media have been nearly consumed by the recurring disrespect shown by NFL players during the national anthem. On several occasions, multiple players have decided to kneel during our national anthem rather than stand. NFL players have the right to take a knee during the anthem. Few people would dispute that. However, the message the players claim to be making, and the actual message that disrespecting the anthem portrays, are two very different things. The Protests’ Big Mistake The players have claimed to be standing up against police brutality, racism, or the president. Dallas Cowboy’s owner Jerry Jones stated, “Our...Read More
Earlier this month, Democratic Senators Dianne Feinstein and Dick Durbin questioned judicial nominee Amy Coney Barrett in a blatantly unconstitutional manner. Both senators criticized Barrett for her Catholic faith. Sen. Feinstein stated that law and dogma must remain separate. Speaking to the nominee, she stated: I think in your case, professor, when you read your speeches, the conclusion one draws is that the dogma lives loudly within you, and that’s of concern. Sen. Feinstein is referring to the dogma of the Catholic church. Later in the hearing, Senator Durbin asked Barrett what it means to be an orthodox Catholic. This...Read More
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