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A bill introduced on Wednesday in the Ohio House of Representatives aims to reduce the number of abortions by making it illegal to perform one after a fetus’ heart beat is detected.
Called the “heart beat bill”, supporters say modern technology now makes it possible to detect signs of life at a much earlier state in the development process. Doctors are now able to detect heartbeats as early as 18 days after conception…
The United States and the Western world face an ideological threat more insidious than that of communism – Islam’s political and legal framework known as shariah, or “the path.”
And the threat, according to a 2010 Washington-based think tank national security report, is being financed by international organizations such as the Muslim Brotherhood, which has a significant footprint in America and around the world.
The U.S. Embassy in Egypt has warned remaining Americans in the country to proceed immediately to the airport, and by no later than Thursday in the wake of heavy gunfire and violence breaking out in the streets of Cairo.
“Approximately 1,800 U.S citizens and their family members have been evacuated from Egypt in an operation that began on Monday, January 31…”
A United States Federal Judge ruled on Monday that a provision of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act — commonly known as Obamacare – requiring citizens to obtain health care exceeded the bounds of the Constitution. As a result, the entire law is void.
“Because the individual mandate is unconstitutional and not severable,” U.S. Judge Roger Vinson wrote…
UPDATED: U.S. President Barack Obama spoke from the White House on Friday evening about the crisis in Egypt.
“As the situation continues to unfold, our first concern is preventing injury and loss of life,” Obama said. “I want be very clear to the Egyptian authorities to refrain from any violence on the protesters.”
“I also call upon the Egyptian government to reverse the action they’ve taken to interfere with internet access.”
Obama also spoke to the rioters and said violence and destruction will not lead to the reforms they seek.
Speaking to a full chamber of Congress — with politicians seated among each other instead of in their traditional party sections — President Obama on Tuesday said the worst of the economic recession was over and urged Republicans, Democrats and Tea Party members alike to work together to solve the nation’s problems.
“That’s what the people who sent us here expect of us,” Obama said in the nationally-televised State of the Union speech.
FBI Director Robert S. Mueller, in a rare field press conference on Sunday, said Congresswoman Gabrielle “Gabby” Giffords was the intended target in a dramatic Arizona shooting twenty-four hours earlier.
“The Congresswoman was the target,” Mueller said, and added,” It was an attack not only against dedicated public servants but against citizens, one being a child. This was an attack on our institutions and an attack on our way of life…