Marco Rubio Weighs In on Zika Crisis

Far left Democrats, like Sen. Chuck Schumer, Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, and Sen. Tim Kaine, are cynically trying to exploit the developing Zika crisis both to advance their pro-abortion ideology and to bash Republicans. But Sen. Marco Rubio is fiercely defending life in spite of pressure from abortion ideologues. Pregnant women infected with Zika can pass the virus along to their unborn children. The virus can often cause birth defects, most notably microcephaly, a condition in which a child’s head is too small and the brain develops abnormally. Pro-abortion leftists argue that pregnant women infected by the virus ought to abort their

Democrats Are Putting Lives At Risk By Playing “Zika” Politics

Concerns about the Zika virus are growing throughout the country. Pregnant women are taking unusual precautions, travel warnings are being issued for Florida, and public panic is on the rise in any state with mosquitoes. Prominent Florida Democrats, such as Debbie Wasserman-Schultz and Alan Grayson, are giving speeches and hosting town halls dedicated to reassuring voters that they are working on solutions. Even national Democratic figures, like New York Senator Chuck Schumer and Democratic Vice Presidential nominee Tim Kaine, are calling for an emergency session of Congress to allocate funds for the fight against Zika. But can we be honest

Why FADA is Needed: Debbie Calls Rubio a Bigot

If you doubt what the Left intends to do with gay marriage, hear Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the DNC’s attack dog, blithely call Marco Rubio, a first-generation American success story, a “bigot” because he doesn’t agree with gay marriage: If Marco Rubio doesn’t like being called a bigot, he should show a little more compassion for his fellow Americans: — D Wasserman Schultz (@DWStweets) December 22, 2015 This is why I’ve made the First Amendment Defense Act (FADA) an absolute priority. It will prevent the federal government from using its power of the purse to punish traditional believers and to

DNC Chair Bombs on Abortion

Rand Paul’s first week on the campaign trail was marked by a surprisingly clever stand on abortion.  When asked the usual media question about whether abortion bans should have exceptions, he brought the question back around to question Democrats’ “on demand and without apology” position and whether they would support exceptions for, say, a seven pound baby. Faced with this uncomfortable question, the chairwoman of the DNC, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, opted for an equally uncomfortable statement that she “support[s] letting women and their doctors make this decision without government getting involved – period.”  Needless to say, Paul pressed his advantage,