The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is leading the charge against President Trump’s order to temporarily halt immigrants from seven Middle Eastern countries identified by the Obama administration as hotbeds of terrorism. So far, they have managed to find sympathetic judges in friendly climes such as the Ninth Circuit.
Somali refugees arrive in the U.S. at a rate of more than 800 per month, filing into more than 300 U.S. cities and towns from U.N. refugee camps such as this one in Dadaab, Kenya. A recently retired U.S. State Department veteran has published a whistleblower letter in the Chicago Tribune fingering the refugee resettlement program.
Donning dirty T-shirts that say things like “nasty woman” and “resist,” the melting snowflakes are fleeing this Orange Revolution for their latest safe space. But it is probably one that should come with a trigger warning for these tender little kiddies.
Senator Lankford, Whip Scalise and Rep. Hice introduced the Free Speech Fairness Act (S.264 and H.R.781) to address the Johnson amendment in the Tax Code. Introduced by then-Sen. Lyndon B. Johnson in 1954, the Johnson amendment has effectively censored all nonprofit organizations and their leaders with the threat of an IRS investigation, fines or loss of tax-exempt status if they choose to engage in political speech.
More than a dozen lawsuits and counting have been filed against President Donald Trump’s executive order that temporarily blocks visas from Iraq, Iran, Syria, Libya, Sudan, Somalia and Yemen. Looking beyond the handful of emotional personal stories that are gaining the media’s sympathy there is a more predictable political power dynamic at play.
The GOP presidential race saw a lot of discussion about repealing and replacing Obamacare, the disastrous federal government health care decision takeover that was adopted by only Democrats early in Barack Obama’s tenure. However, there’s been no concrete action in the two weeks of President Trump’s administration.
Democrats launched an all-out assault Tuesday on President Trump’s Cabinet picks, boycotting one committee to block the health and treasury nominees and using arcane rules to force another panel to shut down before it could vote on attorney general nominee Sen. Jeff Sessions.
Christians are the most persecuted religious group in the world, according to Open Doors, Voice of the Martyrs and a host of other aid organizations, so why have we made them the last priority? We’ve focused instead on what are mostly fake refugees, Sunni Muslims who in large part are the source of the persecution around the world, not the victims.
Hundreds of thousands of students, activists and congregants will take to the streets of the nation’s capital Friday, as the March for Life, no longer mired in the shadow of a pro-choice president, renews its fight to eradicate the practice of abortion.
Congressman Diane Black (R-TN-06), a registered nurse and member of the Congressional Pro-Life Caucus, praised the House passage of H.R. 7, the No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act. Congressman Black was an original cosponsor of the legislation and managed floor debate on behalf of House Republicans in support of the bill. The No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act passed by a bipartisan vote of 238 to 183.