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Incredible Photos of 196,543 Baby Socks Shows Just Part of the Abortions Planned Parenthood Does Annually

The loss of human persons in abortion can never be fully comprehended. But one pro-life group is breaking down the numbers of those missing in America due to Planned Parenthood – with baby socks, no less. On Wednesday, pro-life leaders and students called on Congress to defund Planned Parenthood by placing a powerful, visual message on the […]

Where are the Women? Not in this Issue of “The Tax Lawyer”

According to its website, “The Tax Lawyer and The State and Local Tax Lawyer are published by the Section of Taxation of the American Bar Association with the assistance of the Georgetown University Law Center and its students.” Check out … Continue reading ?

Planned Parenthood begs supporters ‘to fight like hell’ against Trump’s Obamacare replacement

The abortion giant sent out an urgent appeal to resist 'the all-out war on women and families.'

In Heat of Dakota Access Protests, National Sheriffs' Association Lobbied for More Military Gear

By Steve Horn and Curtis Waldman At the end of 2016, as a mix of sheriffs, police, and private security forces were clashing with those protesting the Dakota Access pipeline at the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation, the National Sheriffs'...Show More Summary

Surprising facts about American population densities

Are we approaching the point where we are starting to run out of space?

Pro-life leader to Trump: ‘Drain the freaking swamp,’ end Obama’s contraception mandate

There's 'light at the end of the tunnel' provided Trump keeps his promise to 'drain the swamp.'

Well, I Don't Like the Optics of THIS

.@SenWarren: I was ‘troubled’ by @BarackObama’s $400,000 speaking fee from a Wall Street firm https://t.co/oz2ADEZRB1 pic.twitter.com/huYZLQP04K — POLITICO (@politico) April 27, 2017 I don't think any Dems need to be conceding that optics is the only metric that matters right now. Show More Summary

Stanford Becomes the Most Prominent School Yet to Adopt a Sexual Assault Reporting App

On Wednesday, Stanford University became the most prominent college yet to announce that it will use a reporting system called Callisto to combat sexual assault on campus.

Feds go after body parts traffickers… but not what you think

Those facing federal indictment for illegally trafficking body parts, weren’t selling pieces of aborted babies....They were selling body parts of eagles. For profit.

Senate committee to FBI, DOJ: answer our criminal referral of Planned Parenthood by May 8

A Senate committee re-referred Planned Parenthood for investigation and possible criminal prosecution.

In defense of noise: Damon Krukowski’s 'The New Analog: Listening and Reconnecting in a Digital World'

We have always been such suckers for the shiny new object, especially now, with digital technologies coming fast and furious at consumers’ kryptonite — the compulsive desire to own the latest and greatest. Whether or not the shiny and new actually improves our lives is rarely a consideration. And...

After double execution Monday, Arkansas prepares for one more Thursday as appeals continue

The last inmate set to die under Arkansas' compressed execution timetable looked to state and federal courts Thursday in final bids to save his life. Kenneth Williams, 38, is scheduled to die Thursday at 7 p.m. CDT. Court filings Thursday afternoon followed two threads: that Arkansas executions...

Oklahoma finally confronts its horribly flawed death penalty system

After a botched execution and revelations that prison officials used the wrong drug on another condemned man, Oklahoma declared a moratorium on executions 18 months ago until it could straighten out its death penalty system. A subsequent grand jury report on the wrong-drug scandal found eight specific...

Trump should leave national monuments alone

President Theodore Roosevelt invoked the Antiquities Act in 1906 to protect Devils Tower in Wyoming. In recent years, we’ve seen other extraordinary designations by our presidents. Photo by Avery Locklear/NPS It is unsettling that President Trump has called for a review of protected areas established by his predecessors under the Antiquities Act. Show More Summary

California says oceans expected to rise higher than thought

California says new climate change findings mean the ocean off the state's coast is expected to rise higher than previously thought.

Scientists Find Methane Pollution from B.C.’s Oil and Gas Sector 2.5 Times What B.C. Government Reports

New, groundbreaking research from a group of scientists shows B.C.’s estimates of methane pollution from oil and gas activity in the province’s Peace region are wildly underestimated. Using infrared cameras and gas detection instruments...Show More Summary

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