America’s 2022 elections will see some of the most important contests take place in states that the Republican Party considers reliably red. In many of these states, corrupt and tired GOP establishment powerbrokers abuse the privilege of having an “R” after their name, and act like the party is still that of the Bushes, instead of the America First GOP of Donald J. Trump. In recent days, Republican governors in two deeply conservative states – Utah and Indiana – rejected legislative bills to counter the insanity of gender confusion and prohibit males from invading female sports. With his shameful veto,
Last week, the Department of Justice announced its support for the Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis in a controversial lawsuit brought against them by a former teacher at Indianapolis’ Cathedral High School. Earlier this year, Archbishop Charles Thompson notified two Catholic high schools that they would no longer be recognized as Catholic institutions within the Archdiocese if they continued to employ teachers in a same-sex civil marriage. One school, Brebeuf Jesuit, defied the Archdiocese’s order. However, Cathedral High School opted to obey Archbishop Thompson and dismissed Joshua Payne-Elliott from his position as a history and foreign languages instructor. Shortly thereafter, Mr.
The White House has announced its support for a federal investigation into the gruesome discovery of over 2,000 corpses of aborted babies in the home of the recently deceased abortionist Ulrich Klopfer. Klopfer said he and his family fled East Germany when he was a child and immigrated to the U.S. He went to medical school for obstetrics and gynecology and decided to become an abortionist. Klopfer performed an estimated 50,000 abortions over his career in Indiana in facilities in South Bend, Gary, and Fort Wayne. Klopfer’s medical license was suspended by the state licensing board in 2016 after he admitted to
Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb signed into law a bill that would ban dismemberment abortions last week. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Indiana immediately filed a lawsuit in order to block it. Dilation and evacuation abortions, commonly referred to as dismemberment abortions, are common in the second trimester of a pregnancy. While pro-abortion advocates commonly protest the ‘dismemberment’ label, that is exactly how the procedure works to kill unborn children. House Enrolled Act 1211 makes dismemberment abortions a Level 5 felony, excluding abortions performed due to serious medical complications or to save the life of the mother. The new
The state of Indiana passed a crucial pro-life law in 2016, banning abortions based on the genetic abnormalities of the unborn child. Now, the state is asking the Supreme Court to uphold the law. Signed by Vice President Mike Pence when he was still the governor of Indiana, House Enrolled Act 1337 is comprehensive pro-life legislation. Among other things, the law “prohibits a person from performing an abortion if the person knows that the pregnant woman is seeking the abortion solely because of: (1) the race, color, national origin, ancestry, or sex of the fetus; or (2) a diagnosis or
With just over 100 days to go before election day, what’s the state of the battleground Senate races? The party which controls the White House usually loses seats in Congress in the first midterm after the presidential election. This year is unique in that Republicans could be poised to lose seats in the House while gaining seats in the Senate due to a highly favorable electoral map. There are 10 Senate Democrats up for re-election in states President Trump carried in 2016. Republicans are hoping to hold all their seats in the Senate and pick off a few Democrats for
An anti-abortion law signed by Vice President Mike Pence while he was still governor of Indiana was struck down as unconstitutional this past Thursday. Signed by then Governor Pence in March of 2016, House Enrolled Act 1337 (HEA 1337) provided several conditions that would prevent legal abortion in the state. For example, the legislation prohibits “a person from performing an abortion if the person knows that the pregnant woman is seeking the abortion solely because of: the race, color, national origin, ancestry, or sex of the fetus; or a diagnosis or potential diagnosis of the fetus having Down syndrome or any
On Friday, a federal judge in Indiana ruled in favor of using abortion for eugenic purposes. The decision permanently blocks a law which banned abortions on account of Down syndrome or other genetic abnormalities, race, gender, or ancestry from being enforced. District Judge Tanya Walton Pratt, an Obama appointee, sided with Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky by striking down three provisions of HEA 1337, a bill signed into law by then-Governor Mike Pence. The provisions had previously been temporarily blocked by a preliminary order passed back in June 2016, the day before the law was set to take effect.