Elections, 2020

Corporate critics of Georgia election law incorporated in Delaware, which has strict voting rules

State requires excuses for absentee voting, makes voters request absentee application. By Daniel Payne, Just the News, April 14, 2021 Numerous major corporate critics of Georgia's new election reform law are themselves incorporated in the business-friendly state of Delaware,... read more

Robert George Discusses How Trump Changed the GOP

Joining a growing chorus of Catholic commentators, the Princeton philosopher says Republicans’ future is socially conservative and economically populist. By Lauretta Brown, Jonathan Liedl, National Catholic Register, November 6, 2020 Barring a dramatic reversal via state recounts or court... read more

Elizabeth Warren Pledges To Crack Down On School Choice, Despite Sending Her Own Son To Elite Private School

By Peter Hasson, Daily Caller, October 29, 2019 Democratic Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren is pledging to crack down on school choice if elected, despite the fact that she sent her own son to an elite private school, publicly available records show. The 2020 presidential candidate’s... read more

Dangerous Unlicensed Abortion Clinic Opens Thanks to Presidential Candidate Pete Buttigieg

By Micaih Bilger, LifeSite News, August 6, 2019 An unlicensed abortion clinic is now operating in South Bend, Indiana, with the approval of pro-abortion presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg. The Chicago Tribune reports Whole Woman’s Health of South Bend began doing abortions on June 27... read more

Pete Buttigieg Defends Abortions Up to Birth, Calls Killing Babies an “American Freedom”

By Micaiah Bilger, LifeNews.com, May 20, 2019 Indiana Democrat Pete Buttigieg would defend unrestricted abortions up until birth if elected president, he told a Fox News town hall Sunday. Buttigieg, the mayor of South Bend, Indiana, and a presidential candidate, described the killing of... read more