Have you ever known someone who offered a ray of sunshine on the stormiest days? An individual who could help you see a path forward as dark clouds of despair s
When an abortion worker swears under oath to tell the truth, sometimes the truth about the industry comes out—and it’s horrifying.
Lately, pollsters and pundits have been nervously pondering the following question: “If Trump is behind in the polls, why do most voters say, in the same surveys, that he will win the upcoming election?” As Harry Enten recently noted at CNN, “An average of recent polls finds that a majority of voters (about 55%) believe that Trump will defeat Biden in the election. Trump’s edge on this question has remained fairly consistent over time.” This is far more than mere statistical curiosity by number nerds. Several peer-reviewed studies have shown that surveys of voter expectations are far more predictive of election outcomes than polls of voter intentions.
Voter expectations concerning who would win a given election were consistently more predictive than surveys using only conventional polling questions.
The polls that appear to portend a one-term presidency for Trump actually predict that the president will trounce Biden badly this November.
Planned Parenthood of Orange and San Bernardino Counties’ possible participation in illegal fetal harvesting schemes was thrown into sharp relief when prosecutors found that DaVinci Biosciences had engaged in ‘illegally selling fetal tissues for valuable consideration.’
Evangelical Christian support for President Donald Trump will be greater in 2020’s presidential election than in 2016, predicted Jerry Falwell Jr., president of Liberty University, sharing his comments on Tuesday’s edition of SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Tonight with host Matt Boyle.
Ninety percent of Evangelical Christians support Trump’s reelection, according to a recent Democracy Institute/Sunday Express poll. Boyle invited Falwell’s remarks on the poll’s findings.
Falwell replied, “There’s no question about it. The Evangelical support [for Trump] has strengthened. I have board members who travel. I have one board member who lost his legs in Vietnam. He travels from military base to military base, from church to church. He says everywhere he goes [he meets] people who were hesitant to vote for Trump in 2016, [but] Evangelicals are 100 percent behind him, now.”
Falwell continued, “I have pastors on my board to tell me the same thing. They can see the support. They can feel it.”
Falwell shared, “Every Evangelical I’ve run into at every major event has [told me], ‘We were hesitant. We thought you were a little nuts for supporting [Trump] in 2016, but we are 100 percent behind him, now.’ It doesn’t surprise me a bit. It wouldn’t surprise me if it was higher than 90 percent.”
Falwell highlighted the importance of Supreme Court nominations to Evangelical Christians. The Supreme Court is “one place the president can make a difference on social issues,” he said.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi today talked about Democrat leaders want to overturn the Hyde Amendment, which has protected taxpayers for decades from having to directly
The Prestonwood Pregnancy Center has been helping mothers choose life for their unborn babies for almost 30 years in Texas.
Now, the pro-life organization has a new location in Dallas, right next to the largest Planned Parenthood abortion facility in the state, Fox News reports.
Since the recent move, the pregnancy center has seen a 50% increase in clients with 90% choosing life for their unborn babies, according to the report.
“An unplanned pregnancy is one of the greatest challenges a woman can face, especially during a time of economic hardship like the one we are living through,” center director Leanne Jamieson said. “Our mission is to meet these women where they are and let them know they are not walking this road alone.”
The new facility is located in southwest Dallas in a low-income community. It provides free services to pregnant and parenting mothers, including pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, STI/STD testing, counseling, medical referrals and childbirth classes.
Prestonwood also has a pregnancy center in Richardson and a mobile unit.
It began in 1991 as a ministry led by Pastor Jack Graham and Prestonwood Baptist Church. According to its website, the pregnancy center has served more than 70,000 clients in the past three decades.
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Graham told Fox News that the move next to Planned Parenthood is a huge opportunity to help families in need.
“I truly believe this relocation is the greatest opportunity we’ve had in our 29 years of operating to offer hope where it’s been lost, to offer a better choice that leads to life instead of death and to show grace and love at the very moment when many women are their greatest need,” Graham said.
Planned Parenthood is a billion-dollar abortion chain that reported a record 345,627 abortions and $1.6 billion in revenue last year. In contrast, pro-life pregnancy centers have a fraction of its budget and many rely heavily on volunteers, yet they provide free support to countless mothers and babies every year. Abortion rates are dropping steadily all across America, and it is largely because of pro-life pregnancy centers like Prestonwood that provide help to the most vulnerable families in the nation.
A new Gallup poll shows more pro-life Americans refuse to vote for pro-abortion candidates and pro-life Americans are also more likely than pro-abortion America
In a statement praising the Supreme Court for striking down a Louisiana law requiring doctors who provide abortions to have admitting privileges at a local hospital, 2020 Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden announced his support for abortion “under any circumstance,” staking out an extreme position on the issue.
Biden, once a self-proclaimed “pro-life Democrat” stood by his personal opposition to abortion as recently as the 2012 presidential election, when he explained, in a debate against then-Republican Vice Presidential nominee Paul Ryan, that he was “personally opposed” to the procedure but felt he had no reason to prevent women from exercising “choice.” STAND FOR LIFE — Pro life news.
The Democrats have become the party of death, even after a child is borne. My values would never allow me to vote for death. Life is precious, and the silent scream of abortion should be stopped for good, Pray for the end of abortion. #ProLife, #Bablieslivesmatter.
Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) urged President Donald Trump to revamp his process of selecting Supreme Court nominees after warning that some conservative voters have expressed deep disappointment with recent decisions by some of the president’s judicial picks.
Hawley told Politico in an interview that religious conservatives are now “very depressed” following the Supreme Court’s recent run of left-leaning rulings, with the GOP senator singling out a June 15 high court decision expanding the 1964 Civil Rights Act’s ban on sex discrimination in hiring beyond biologically-determined sex, to also cover sexual orientation and gender identity.
The 6–3 decision by the Supreme Court in the Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia case (pdf) carried an additional cultural charge because it was written by Justice Neil Gorsuch, a Trump pick. Conservatives widely objected to the ruling, leading some to question their support for Trump, who has made the confirmation of 200 federal judges, including two Supreme Court justices, a big part of his reelection platform, in line with the Republican goal of filling every appeals court opening by the end of the year.
“The whole point of the Federalist Society judicial project, the whole point of electing Trump to implement it, was to deliver Supreme Court victories to social conservatives,” Varad Mehta, a conservative writer, wrote in a tweet following the ruling. “If they can’t deliver anything that basic, there’s no point for either. The damage is incalculable.”