A Year for Life: The Top 5 Pro-Life Victories of 2018

2018 was certainly a year of victory for the pro-life movement. As the year draws to a close and we look back on what took place, pro-lifers across the country have cause for celebration. Here are 2018’s top five pro-life victories: 1.) Pro-abortion senators lose their seats in the midterms. A markedly positive outcome from the roller coaster of the 2018 midterms was the number of pro-abortion U.S. senators that lost their races. Politicians such as Senators Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) and Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) will not be returning to Congress in January, which is good news for the unborn. 2.)

Ohio House Passes Pro-Life Bill Protecting Unborn with Heartbeat

The Ohio House of Representatives has passed an important piece of pro-life legislation, making it a felony for doctors to abort unborn babies who have a detectable heartbeat. Approved by a vote of 60 to 35 on Thursday, this bill classifies aborting a baby with a beating heart as a fifth-degree felony. Under this classification, doctors who abort such babies could face one year in prison or a $2,500 fine. There are no exceptions for cases of rape and incest within the bill. However, there is an exception for abortions carried out because of a medical emergency or to save

Dear John: A Letter to Kasich from GOP Voters

Dear John: You’re a good man. A dear man. A man I know will someday find someone to love you. But we thought we made it crystal clear in 2016: you’re not the man for us. What part of losing 29 straight GOP primary contests don’t you get? Oh, then of course you won Ohio. They love you in Ohio. See I told you somewhere there was a place for you. I hear next week you are going to audition for our love again — on CNN of course. Debating Bernie Sanders isn’t going to change things, John. I saw

Campaign Leak: Did a Cruz-Rubio Ticket Nearly Happen?

It’s a time-honored tradition. Candidate runs for president. Candidate loses. Candidate’s campaign staff blames everyone and everything in an anonymous tell-all piece to the media. It happens every cycle — should’a, would’a, could’a. But this piece at CNN is still worth a read. Apparently there was a real push to put Marco Rubio on Ted Cruz’s ticket prior to the March 15th primary in Florida. Jake Tapper reports at CNN: Top officials of the Cruz campaign are convinced there is one specific step that could have stopped Trump — and they blame Sen. Marco Rubio for not taking that step. In

BREAKING: Kasich to Suspend Campaign This Evening

Last night, after finishing a distant third in the Indiana Primary, a defiant John Kasich appeared poised to continue his quest for the presidency, even as Ted Cruz ended his own. Despite his position far behind Donald Trump in the delegate count, Kasich’s campaign released the following statement through John Weaver, their chief strategist: Tonight’s results are not going to alter Gov. Kasich’s campaign plans. Our strategy has been and continues to be one that involves winning the nomination at an open convention. The comments from Trump, on the verge of winning in Indiana, heighten the differences between Governor Kasich

The Gospel According to Kasich (VIDEO)

John Kasich was back to his preachy self during a town hall in California last week. Watch as he wades once again into the issues of marriage and religious liberty: QUESTIONER: Do you believe that some people are born gay? I’m a 62-year-old gay man who came out to both of my parents at 19, and I’ve been gay for 45 – over 40 years. Gay people are human beings and not a lifestyle choice. Please respond without prayer being an answer. […] KASICH: In terms of me, I don’t believe in discrimination. I think there is a balance, however,

Clinton Ties (Statistically) Kasich — in Ohio!

PPP is a Democratic pollster so take it with a grain of salt, but their latest poll shows that Hillary Clinton is in a statistical dead heat John Kasich in Ohio. Clinton has 41 percent to Kasich’s 43 percent, within the margin of error. Donald Trump is behind Clinton in Ohio 45 percent to 42 percent, while Ted Cruz is tanking there, losing to Clinton 44 percent to 35 percent. What does a result like this tell us? First, Hillary Clinton is eminently beatable. The more voters see her, the less they like her. Second, Kasich is likely taking a

Barone Agrees: Trump Isn’t the Presumptive Nominee . . . Yet

Michael Barone has a column on RealClearPolitics.com today where he points out the steep hill that Donald Trump still must climb to win the nomination outright. We both agreed about the similarities with the Northeastern states, but he pointed out something that I missed — that turn out in these heavily blue states was just around 10 percent — which Barone points out is “lower than any other state besides Louisiana”: But turnout in these primaries hovered around just 10 percent of eligible voters, lower than in any other state but Louisiana. That’s partly because registered Republicans are scarce on

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