Sen. Nancy Barto: Read the Bill! Meeting Pro-Abortion Lies about SB1457 with Facts

Imagine opposing a bill that stops a preborn child from being singled out for abortion simply because he or she has (or may have) a disability?  Imagine voting against a bill that stops abortion clinics from giving vulnerable women abortions-by-mail?  How do you spin that? Deception, misdirection, and outright fabrication, that’s how.  Pro-abortion activists –Continue reading “Sen. Nancy Barto: Read the Bill! Meeting Pro-Abortion Lies about SB1457 with Facts”

Biden delivers message of optimism, champions Democratic priorities

President Joe Biden delivered his first address to a joint session of Congress on Wednesday, unveiling a sweeping new American vision and painting a portrait of what his presidency means for all Americans. Speaking to a far-from-packed room, President Biden spoke amid the unusual circumstances of the moment: social distancing and mask-donning attendees shed lightContinue reading “Biden delivers message of optimism, champions Democratic priorities”

Declining population growth could threaten social safety net, economic growth

New U.S. Census data shows that the United States’ population growth is slowing down rapidly. The decade spanning 2010 through 2020 is now set to have the smallest decennial population growth rate in American history.  The combined forces of dropping birth rates, the COVID-19 pandemic, tighter immigration, and other factors have played a role inContinue reading “Declining population growth could threaten social safety net, economic growth”

Arizona Secretary of State under fire for voting guidelines that “diminish security and integrity”

Yuma County Recorder Robyn Pouquette sent an email on Sunday Sept. 20th to the Office of the Governor, citing concerns about Secretary of State Katie Hobbs’ new voting guidelines. Pouqette made clear that “security and integrity remain [his] concern,” and that he does “not feel [he is] able to accommodate any such requests for theContinue reading “Arizona Secretary of State under fire for voting guidelines that “diminish security and integrity””

Two Years Without John McCain

In August of 2018 I was lounging in my friend’s backyard, enjoying the smell of the grill and Cuban cigars from the luxury of a lawn chair. It was my friend’s graduation party, and I couldn’t have been more proud of him. He was headed to Boston University — he just wrapped up year two,Continue reading “Two Years Without John McCain”