Health News

Are We Nearing the End of Roe v. Wade?

In an interview with EWTN News Nightly, Marjorie Dannenfelser of the pro-life Susan B. Anthony List said she was pleased with the pro-life actions President Trump has taken, including the reinstatement of a policy that prohibits the use of taxpayer money to fund abortions overseas. The policy was suspended by the Obama administration; Trump decided earlier this year to implement ...

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Can We Guess Whether Republicans Will Finally Repeal Obamacare?

For the third or fourth time this year, Republicans are supposedly mobilizing behind an Obamacare “repeal” bill that will actually weave its way through the complex halls of the legislature to land on President Trump’s desk before September 30. The bill, which is the brainchild of Sen. Lindsey Graham and Sen. Bill Cassidy, is not a true repeal bill – ...

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Children Can Change Their Gender, Thanks to New Medical Guidelines

Parents are already free to allow their children to play dress-up and “change” their gender as they see fit, but thanks to new medical guidelines from the Endocrine Society, they can now get their young gender-confused children the transition therapy they deserve. Yes, according to NBC Bay Area, the largest endocrinology organization in the country is now encouraging members to ...

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McConnell Says Trump has “Excessive Expectations” of Congress (Like…Results?)

We’ll always praise Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for his backbone last year when the pressure was coming from all sides to confirm Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court, but his bravery in that instance has only highlighted his cowardice in most others. Cowardice? Maybe it’s that, maybe it’s just a species of elitist hard-headedness that puts him way out ...

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The Feminist Wing of the Democratic Party is Going Full Mutiny

If you take a look at recent comments made by Senate and House Minority Leaders Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi, remarks made by insurgent 2016 Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders, and a few others, it is apparent that at least some factions within the party understand that they’re going to have to reach NEW voters next year if they want to ...

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The Military Isn’t Supposed to Be a Social Justice Laboratory

On Wednesday, President Donald Trump shocked the nation (and some within his own administration) when he decided to roll back Barack Obama’s policy allowing transgender individuals to serve in the military. With a series of early morning tweets, Trump effectively put an end to one of the most misguided, unnecessary, social-justice-pandering decisions of Obama’s tenure as commander-in-chief, and in the ...

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John McCain’s Unnecessary, Self-Serving, Hypocritical Speech

Like most Americans, we’re rooting for Sen. John McCain to whip brain cancer’s ass, defy the odds, and finish out his career of public service with dignity and heroism. And we’re sure if anyone has the inner backbone to do so, it’s the crusty war hero from Arizona. But personal tragedy does not give one a free pass to be ...

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Does Anyone Even WANT Obamacare Repealed Anymore?

According to a new CNN poll, Americans are bored with the endless attempts to repeal and replace Obamacare in Washington. The site found that the number of Americans still craving relief from the Affordable Care Act is dwindling, just as the news comes that the Senate can neither pass their latest version of replacement nor find the votes for a ...

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Obamacare Has Failed…and So Have Republicans

With the defections of Sens. Mike Lee and Jerry Moran on Monday, the Senate plan to repeal and replace Obamacare appears to be dead. It was a conclusion that nearly everyone predicted, seeing as how the proposed bill was already hanging by the merest thread of support. Conservatives in the Senate thought the bill didn’t go far enough, moderates wanted ...

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Four Things to Know About New GOP Healthcare Bill

Senate Republicans on Thursday released the newest version of their legislation to repeal and replace Obamacare, unveiling several changes aimed at bringing reluctant supporters on board. The changes were not enough to win over Sens. Rand Paul and Susan Collins, but the hope is that the new bill will address enough disparate concerns within the party to (narrowly) pass the ...

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