Paul Linton said pro-lifers need to reckon with the lingering effects of 50 years of abortion on demand, which led to a vast change in thinking in the American populace.
Some think they’ve found a winning formula, at least in some parts of the country.
The 2022 midterm elections did not deliver the anticipated Red Wave that was expected to carry the Republicans back to power in Washington, D.C. It did bring some major surprises, however, and left the GOP poised to block President Biden’s agenda for the next two years. What were the biggest takeaways from the midterms? This week on register Radio, we are joined by Lauretta Brown, Register staff writer, who has been covering the midterms. And then, we talk with Register Senior Editor Jonathan Liedl about the upcoming USCCB Fall General Assembly.
‘Today, Jesus looks over the State of Michigan and weeps… We weep with him. Enshrining the right to take the life of an unborn child into our state constitution is an abomination to him.’
Strategy and messaging are being reevaluated after Election Day.
Marijuana, which remains illegal at the federal level, has now been legalized for recreational use in 21 states and the District of Columbia over the past decade.
While the results are far from conclusive in Arizona, Democrats are threatening to end Republican control over both the state’s House and Senate.
Ballot initiatives to protect and expand abortion passed across the nation on Election Day.