PolitiFact claims Ted Cruz’s assertions about Hillary Clinton are ‘false.’ We give Politifact a flaming giant liar rating on the Truth-O-Meter.
The Democratic candidate for president has only pushed harder against the mainstream and doubled down on an agenda that most Americans would never vote for themselves.
On today’s Federalist Radio Hour, Ben Domenech argues for case for a third party: The Party of Life.
Today America celebrates 40 years of the Hyde Amendment, and most Americans still support its effect: preventing tax dollars from paying for abortions.
The Hyde Amendment doesn’t ‘restrict poor women’s access to health care.’ It just says my tax dollars shouldn’t have to pay for your abortion.
The ‘pro-life Democrat’ has become almost as non-existent in Congress as he or she is in the party’s platform.
Fully implementing the Clinton policy could mean American taxpayers pay for more than half of all U.S. abortions. A single-payer system would convert Uncle Sam into the nation’s abortionist.
The party of Hillary Clinton officially endorses unfettered killing of babies in the same earthly situation as Jesus. And they want to use my money to do that.
Today’s debates aren’t only littered with rhetorical distortions. In some ways, many of Democrats’ most potent arguments are built on corrupt language.
We have no evidence that taxpayer dollars aren’t keeping the lights on and running the water in the abortion room.
Implanting poor women with long-term contraception will hurt them and society.
In Colorado, Democrats are fighting a bill that would enable prosecutors to file murder charges when an unborn baby is killed against the mother’s wishes.
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