• Infanticide Hearing Witness Says Hospital Created ‘Comfort Room’ Where Aborted Babies Die

    Christ Hospital in Oak Lawn, Illinois, allegedly has a ‘comfort room’ for aborted babies who are born alive to die in, according to nurse Jill Stanek.

    Stanek spoke about her experiences Wednesday at a hearing on the Born Alive Act in Washington, D.C.

    The nurse explainied that while she was working at the hospital, she observed that doctors performed “live birth abortions,” a procedure in which the doctors perform an abortion and allow the baby to die during or after the abortion.

    Stanek explained that Christ Hospital offered “comfort care” to babies who were born alive during these abortions, because these babies often survived for at least two hours after they were born.… Read More...

  • 2 Ohio Planned Parenthood Clinics Shut Down After Withdrawal From Title X

    Two Planned Parenthood clinics in Ohio have shut down following the organization’s withdrawal from the federal family funding program Title X.

    The Cincinnati, Ohio, clinics will be closing after Planned Parenthood formally withdrew from Title X in August, thereby forgoing about $60 million a year.

    A Planned Parenthood spokesman told ABC News that the Cincinnati clinics that are closing are in Springdale and Western Hills. The last day for services to be offered at the clinics will be Sept. 20, according to ABC. Neither location performs abortions, the publication reports and the closures will leave Cincinnati with five operating clinics.… Read More...

  • Minorities Make Historic Employment Gains in Trump Era, Analysis Shows

    American minorities have made historic employment gains since the end of 2016 that have continued with President Donald Trump in office, according to a Washington Post analysis of Department of Labor data.

    The analysis revealed that American minorities comprise more than 86% of jobs added since the end of 2016. 5.2 million more Americans have obtained jobs since 2016, and 4.5 million of that group are minorities, The Washington Post reported.

    The majority of new hires between ages 25 and 54, prime working age, are minorities, according to the Post’s analysis.

    Black unemployment also hit a record low in August, spurred by an uptick in employment for black women.… Read More...

  • Supreme Court Declines Review of Transgender Bathroom Case

    The United States Supreme Court declined to review a case Tuesday involving a Pennsylvania school district opening up bathrooms to students of the opposite sex without informing students or parents.

    The Supreme Court declined to take up Doe v. Boyertown Area School District, a lawsuit that alleges the school violated students’ fundamental right to bodily privacy.

    The Alliance Defending Freedom and Independence Law Center attorneys who represent the students and their parents asked the Supreme Court to review the case in November after the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit ruled that the students’ privacy did not merit protection, according to a press release from ADF.… Read More...

  • Hillary Clinton Says Election Was ‘Stolen’ From Her

    Hillary Clinton Says Election Was ‘Stolen’ From Her

    Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said at a Los Angeles event Saturday that the 2016 election was stolen from her.

    The 2016 Democratic presidential nominee spoke with her husband at “An Evening With The Clintons” event.

    “You can run the best campaign, you can even become the nominee, and you can have the election stolen from you,” she said, according to CNN.

    Clinton has suggested that she unfairly lost the 2016 election numerous times but also criticized President Donald Trump for saying the election was rigged against him.

    “Every time Donald thinks things are not going in his direction, he claims whatever it is rigged against him,” Clinton said in October 2016.… Read More...

  • Attacks in Sri Lanka Show 'Brutal Nature of Radical Terrorists'

    Attacks in Sri Lanka Show ‘Brutal Nature of Radical Terrorists’

    U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said several U.S. citizens died in the Easter Sunday terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka.

    Terrorists killed over 200 people and wounded 450 others in Sri Lanka using coordinated explosive attacks on churches and hotels. Bombs erupted in churches in Negombo, Colombo, and Batticaloa and in the hotels Shangri-La, Kingsbury and Cinnamon Grand.

    “The United States condemns in the strongest terms the terror attacks in Sri Lanka on Easter morning,” Pompeo said Sunday in a statement. “Attacks on innocent people gathering in a place of worship or enjoying a holiday meal are affronts to the universal values and freedoms that we hold dear, and demonstrate yet again the brutal nature of radical terrorists whose sole aim is to threaten peace and security.”

    Pompeo offered the U.S.’s deepest sympathy to the victims and families targeted in the attack.… Read More...

  • College Students Push University to Cancel Class Taught by Kavanaugh

    College Students Push University to Cancel Class Taught by Kavanaugh

    Students at George Mason University are advocating the termination of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, who is scheduled to teach a George Mason law class in England this summer.

    Kavanaugh is currently scheduled to teach the class “Creation of the Constitution” to George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School students in Runnymede, England, where the Magna Carta was signed over 804 years ago, The Washington Post reported Tuesday.

    Students on George Mason University’s Fairfax, Virginia, campus who say they are survivors of sexual assault are now banding together to protest Kavanaugh’s right to teach at George Mason.

    “As a survivor of sexual assault, this decision has really impacted me negatively,” one female student said at a board of visitors meeting on April 3, according to The College Fix.… Read More...

  • New York Politician Boots Chick-Fil-A From Buffalo Airport

    New York Politician Boots Chick-Fil-A From Buffalo Airport

    Buffalo Niagara International Airport canceled plans to open a Chick-fil-A after a New York politician accused the fast-food chain of discrimination.

    Democratic New York state Assemblyman Sean Ryan took issue with Chick-fil-A’s Christian stances in a Facebook post that prompted the Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority to decide against previous plans to install the Chick-fil-A at the airport.

    “I was disappointed to learn of the NFTA’s decision to introduce Chick-fil-A as a restaurant option at the Buffalo-Niagara International Airport. Chick-fil-A has a long history of supporting and funding anti-LGBTQ organizations,” Ryan said in a Facebook post Thursday.

    “The views of Chick-fil-A do not represent our state or the Western New York community, and businesses that support discrimination have no place operating in taxpayer-funded public facilities,” he continued.… Read More...