Midterms’ Aftermath: GOP’s ‘Red Wave’ Fizzles
What Went Wrong?
What Went Wrong?
Following this election, says Santorum, future Republican leaders “are probably going to be more Catholic than we've seen … going forward.”
With control of 47 seats, and votes still coming in other races, Republicans are ahead in Alaska, Maine, and Georgia races, with narrower leads in North Carolina and Michigan.
Fr. James Altman, a priest of La Crosse, gained attention after an Aug. 30 video was published on YouTube, in which the priest said that “You can not be Catholic and be a Democrat. Period.”
EDITORIAL: For the past 40 years, it’s the Republican Party that has made the right to life of the unborn child a vital part of its vision and policy for the United States.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The Republican’s upset victory reflects the U.S. electorate’s dissatisfaction with their government’s shortcomings.
Some pro-lifers believe the presumptive Republican nominee is clearly preferable to a Hillary Clinton candidacy, but other prominent Catholics remain unconvinced about supporting him.
The son of an evangelical Cuban pastor has adopted defending the U.S. Constitution, free speech and the cause of religious liberty as key parts of his agenda.
The Catholic Congressman won overwhelming support today from the GOP caucus in the U.S. House of Representatives, to serve as John Boehner's successor.
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