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Why Life Is Winning

There are many signs that life is winning in the United States, and this is cause for celebration. At the same time, acknowledging that each abortion takes the life of one and wounds another and that any abortion is one too many, we undoubtedly have much more work ahead of us. 

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Jul 21

Scotus 101: Feeling Blue

This week, Elizabeth and Tiffany talk with senior Senate staffer and judicial nominations guru, Tom Jipping, about blue slips, “super-precedent,” the Federalist Society, and the recalcitrant Senate Democrats. They also discuss the retirement of the conservative judicial powerhouse Janice Rogers Brown from the D.C. Circuit and try to stump their guest with Supreme Trivia – Senate Edition.

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Jul 21

Mass Ave Episode 114: Proud to be Problematic

Daily Signal Senior News Producer and problematic woman Kelsey Harkness discusses Elle's worries about "legitimizing" female conservative leaders like Ivanka Trump and Kellyanne Conway. Contrary to what the Left says, "problematic women" are not issues to be fixed; they know they're capable of being more than victims and should welcome the "problematic" label.

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Jul 20

Applying Lessons From the Healthcare Debate

“To enact sweeping tax reform Republicans are currently pushing for, they’ll have to employ a drastically different tactic than the one they're using for ObamaCare repeal, all the while using the exact same parliamentary process,” writes Heritage expert Tommy Binion. 

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Jul 18

We Must Repeal Obamacare and Stop the Damage

Every day that goes by that Congress does not repeal Obamacare hurts Americans and further damages our health system. The Senate needs to focus on repeal to undo Obamacare’s damage and commit itself to the hard work of replacing it with a system that actually works for Americans.

Jul 17

The Persistent Problem of Voter Fraud

Some Americans believe voter fraud is essentially a non-issue. They insist voting irregularities seldom occur and are almost always accidental. Hard evidence, however, proves this is wishful thinking. Voter fraud is a more widespread, frequent and serious problem than many people are willing to admit. Heritage recently updated its Voter Fraud Database which now as a total of 1,071 instances of voter fraud cataloged.

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