By Paul Murano, Church Militant - Joe Biden's anti-life agenda is becoming obvious, despite his administration's claim... Archbishop Joseph Naumann of Kansas City, Kansas, who chairs the U.S. bishops' pro-life activities, stepped up to the plate Thursday evening. In his homily in the annual March for Life vigil Mass, Naumann mentioned that abortion is not simply a theological issue but a scientific and factual one. The archbishop emphasized the unique humanity of each unborn child.
CNA - “Now the public may be able to see the full record in cases where abortion providers are seeking to minimize regulation against a backdrop of documented health and safety violations, destruction of medical records, and medical malpractice,” Louisiana AG Jeff Landry stated... “For too long, the public has been barred from critical information regarding the safety of women and girls in Louisiana,” Landry stated. “The State has fought for more open access; yet journalists and elected officials alike were prohibited from accessing public facts only because they had become part of the court’s record.”
By Thomas Ascik, The Federalist - Keith E. Whittington holds that “for the Founders,” a Senate trial merely to “disqualify” a former federal official was a “traditionally understood” principle “imported to America from England.” Likewise, the scholars argue that “history,” including “English impeachment” history as well as the intentions of “the Framers” of the Constitution, is the source of the alleged constitutional power to convict “prior officeholders as well as current ones.” What is more, a Constitution without an independent disqualification power would be a Constitution that could be “easily undermined.”
By Dennis Prager, The Stream - Ten years ago, I wrote a column reflecting on my reactions to visiting Vietnam. Given the lack of revulsion to, and even flirtation with, communism (or its more mildly named version, socialism) among many young Americans, it is worth revisiting... It was difficult to control my emotions — specifically, my anger — during my visit to Vietnam. The more I came to admire the Vietnamese people... the more rage I felt toward the communists who brought them (and, of course, us Americans) so much suffering in the second half of the 20th century.