“I had counseled dozens of candidates from the presidential level down to the state legislature. Not one did a better job of communicating the visceral horror of abortion,” Dannenfelser, who has spent decades in the movement, wrote of Trump. “Mitt Romney, John McCain, George W. Bush, even Ronald Reagan had been given on a national stage many opportunities to authentically witness to the depravity and extremism of abortion; all had shied away.” … [Read more...] about Pro-life movement leans into 2020 election to boost Trump, claiming issue ‘has gone from liability to asset’
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PETER DOOCY, FOX NEWS CHANNEL CORRESPONDENT: Good evening, Martha. We've long known that Don Blankenship would be getting good news next Wednesday because that's when his probation ends. But now, he may be in a better position to get good news the day before the West Virginia primary day because our politics editor, Chris Stirewalt, believes Blankenship, the former coal baron, may get as much as an eight-point boost from the nationally televised debate last night, which basically featured Blankenship standing stage right and watching while the two office holders sharing the debate stage with him, chipped away at each other by trading brutal attack lines and accusations with one another and largely leaving Blankenship out of it. But, when the former coal baron did speak, he won applause and laughter from the constituents in the room with one-liners about his conviction and his residency in Nevada. He apparently did well enough to have the conservative Weekly Standard now looking ahead … [Read more...] about Blankenship defends controversial remarks, addresses critics
Since the president first presented so-called international reference pricing in 2018, patient and disability groups have educated policymakers on its implications for importing discrimination. The National Council on Disability, an independent federal agency advising the president and Congress, issued a report calling on the administration to rescind its proposal. The council noted that the United Kingdom uses QALYs when determining what the National Health Service (NHS) will cover, simultaneously acknowledging that their health outcomes for some patients (such as lung cancer) and people with disabilities are notably worse than in the United States. It called the resulting rationing an “existential threat” to people with disabilities. … [Read more...] about Is the administration looking out for Americans living with disabilities?
The 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season includes the names: Arthur, Bertha, Cristobal, Dolly, Edouard, Fay, Gonzalo, Hanna, Isaias, Josephine, Kyle, Laura, Marco, Nana, Omar, Paulette, Rene, Sally, Teddy, Vicky and Wilfred. … [Read more...] about Isaias triggered deadly tornado outbreak while roaring up East Coast that broke records
“When someone turns to you in a furtive motion and sticks what looks like a weapon in your face from three to four feet away, I mean, what reasonable person wouldn’t respond to a defend their own life? It’s a simple question,” Bongino said. … [Read more...] about ‘Don’t You Dare Be A Fraud Right Now!’: Dan Bongino And Geraldo Rivera Trade Barbs Over Rayshard Brooks