Midterms’ Aftermath: GOP’s ‘Red Wave’ Fizzles
What Went Wrong?
What Went Wrong?
COMMENTARY: With the election of Josh Shapiro as governor and John Fetterman as Robert Casey’s partner in the U.S. Senate, the position of Pennsylvania as a pro-life state is a thing of the past.
A pro-life Democratic candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives in North Dakota has been forced out in favor of a politically unaffiliated candidate in favor of legalized abortion who is new to the race.
‘Abortion is not health care unless one construes the precious life of an unborn child to be analogous to a tumor to be excised or a disease to be vanquished — pregnancy is not a disease,’ said U.S. Rep. Chris Smith, R-N.J.
Aaron Oliver, an Episcopal priest and New Jersey Army National Guard chaplain, says he's a faithful Democrat soldier in every other respect.
During his campaign, José Antonio Kast proposed different strategies to protect life from conception to natural death, to reinforce the preferential right of parents to educate their children, and to recognize the culture and identity of indigenous people.
The Senate has a bipartisan pro-life majority, but a number of key Senate races could determine whether it will hold after Nov. 8.
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