The president’s campaign is highlighting his pro-life accomplishments and defense of religious liberty, while the Democratic nominee is emphasizing issues like immigration, the environment and moral character.
A review of Trump’s list of 2020 commitments released last week, which overlap with some of his 2016 commitments and show progress on delivering his pro-life agenda, but major battles continue.
After pro-life message takes center state at the Republican National Convention, political analysts weigh the GOP’s emphasis on the sanctity of life.
The Democrats’ pledge not to allow religious liberty to serve as ‘a cover for discrimination’ could mean major curtailments on religious liberty, in matters involving sexuality and the sanctity of life.
Adversity shown to contingent at ‘most hostile’ Democratic National Convention ever.
The Democratic vice-presidential nominee and has a record of pro-abortion and anti-religious freedom authoritarianism, and in 2018 she openly attacked a judicial nominee over his Catholic beliefs.
The Commission on Unalienable Rights’ first draft report has prompted backlash from organizations and religious representatives, who criticized the report’s emphasis on religious liberty.
Three months out from election day, the presidential candidates have turned up the rhetoric and crafted policies on the handling of the coronavirus, riots, police reform and the concerns of Black communities.
The Planned Parenthood founder praised Nazi eugenic efforts and expressed contempt for “those elements at large in the population whose children are a menace to the national health and well-being.”
The June 11 analysis complained that “charged rhetoric from anti-choice advocates are included in coverage, oftentimes with minimal context.”