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The March for Life Just Announced Their Theme For 2020 |

WASHINGTON — The March for Life announced their 2020 theme Tuesday, emphasizing the pro-life movement’s support for women through the slogan “Life Empowers: Pro-Life is Pro-Woman.” Activists met Tuesday to unveil the 2020 March for Life’s theme in Washington, D.C. at an event where March for Life President Jeanne Mancini told those gathered, “We’ve come a long way from ‘safe legal ...

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Warren Joins Buttigieg, Shies Away From Saying Churches Should Lose Tax-Exempt Status

2020 Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren shied away from saying that churches should lose their tax-exempt status if they decline to perform same-sex marriages. Though “Elizabeth will stand shoulder to shoulder with the LGBTQ+ community” and seeks to get rid of any “fear of discrimination and violence,” the Massachusetts senator would not force churches to lose their tax-exempt status, ...

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Buttigieg Lectures Christians On LGBTQ Teaching: ‘It Makes God Smaller’

2020 presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg said Thursday at the LGBTQ CNN Forum that Christian views of LGBTQ people ‘makes God smaller.” The South Bend Mayor spoke out about his beliefs on religious liberty Thursday night in Los Angeles, saying “religious liberty is an important principle in this country and we honor that.” “It’s the case that any freedom that we ...

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Biden Says Saudi Arabia Has ‘Very Little Redeeming Social Value’

2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden said Thursday that Saudi Arabia has “very little redeeming social value.” Biden spoke Thursday at the CNN LGBTQ Forum Thursday night in Los Angeles focusing on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer issues. The former vice president bashed Saudi Arabia for the country’s anti-LGBTQ laws. “I would in fact curtail aid, curtail foreign assistance to ...

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Yom Kippur Synagogue Shooting In Germany Leaves At Least Two Dead, Police Say

A shooting near a synagogue in Germany left at least two dead with one suspect in custody, police said Wednesday. On the last day of Yom Kippur, considered one of the holiest days of the year to Jewish believers, at least two people were shot outside a synagogue in Halle, Germany, according to the Washington Post. Several suspects fled the ...

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Hours After News Breaks That Biden Is Fourth For Funding, Top Biden Donors Gather For Closed-Door Meetings

Former Vice President Joe Biden’s donors gathered for closed-door meetings hours after the 2020 Democratic presidential candidate found himself in fourth place for campaign funding. Top Biden donors gathered Friday and Saturday in Philadelphia after news broke that Democratic presidential candidates Sens. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and Bernie Sanders of Vermont and South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg outraised Biden ...

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Warren Presidency Could Spell Ruin For Stock Market, Analysts Predict

Democratic Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s presidency could spell ruin for the stock market, analysts predict. The stock market has already started to show negative impact from Warren’s campaign, analysts told Bloomberg, and her presidency could impact the stock market even further. The bank earnings season will begin October 15, the publication reports. “Elizabeth Warren will be the overhang this earnings ...

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Biden Advisers Said They Knew His 2018 Comments On Ukraine Would Be Problematic: Report

Advisers to former Vice President Joe Biden reportedly said they knew his 2018 comments on Ukraine would be problematic. The 2020 Democratic presidential candidate spoke on corruption at a 2018 Council on Foreign Relations event in Washington, D.C., where he recounted a trip he made to Kyiv, Ukraine, in 2015, BuzzFeed reported. Biden described telling former Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko ...

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Buttigieg, Warren, And Sanders Out Raise Biden During Third Quarter

Democratic Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Democratic Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, and South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg out-raised former vice president Joe Biden during the third quarter. Sanders raised $25.3 million during the third quarter, which lasts from July to September, Buttigieg raised 19.1 million, and Biden raised $15 million, Politico reports. Warren raised $24.6 million, she announced Friday and said ...

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Ukraine’s Top Prosecutor Promises To Review Case Linked To Hunter Biden

Ukraine’s top prosecutor announced Friday that he will review a case that involves former Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden. Prosecutor general Ruslan Ryaboshapka, who was appointed in August, announced at a press conference Friday morning that he will review several cases including a criminal case that involves the natural gas company Burisma Holdings, according to the New York ...

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September Jobs Report: 136,000 Jobs Added, Unemployment Declines To 3.5%

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The U.S. economy added 136,000 jobs in September, while the unemployment rate declined to 3.5%, according to data released by the Department of Labor on Friday. 136,000 jobs were added in September, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics report, about 6,000 more jobs than were added in August. Unemployment declined to 3.5%. Economists predicted the unemployment rate would remain ...

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Biden Focuses On Super-Tuesday States As He Slips In The Polls

Former vice president Joe Biden is focusing on Super-Tuesday states as an insurance policy against Democratic Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s growing lead. Biden ramped up his presence in states that will hold preferential primaries or caucuses on Super Tuesday during the election cycle, set for March 3, 2020. These fourteen states include Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas,  California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, ...

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Biden Once Warned Impeachment Would Become ‘Partisan Attacks On The President, Charged With Animosity’

2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden warned in 1998 that the impeachment process could turn into “partisan attacks on the president, charged with animosity.” Biden is now calling for President Donald Trump’s impeachment, saying, “Donald Trump will leave Congress no choice, in my view, but impeachment.” WATCH: Content created by The Daily Caller News Foundation is available without charge to any ...

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AP Article ‘Explains’ Latin American Abortion Laws, Doesn’t Include Poll Showing Pro-Life Majorities

An Associated Press story reported on Latin American abortion laws without any mention of a Pew Research poll showing that most Latin Americans oppose abortion. A reporter at the publication covered a Mexican pro-abortion march that took place Saturday in which protesters demanded that lawmakers decriminalize abortion throughout the entire country. In a story titled “AP Explains: Abortion rights in ...

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Dem Leaders Want Impeachment Messaging To Focus On Love For The Constitution, But Only If It Polls Well

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told Democrats to have their “hearts full of love for the Constitution” as she laid out a strategy on how to win public support of an impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump, but a colleague said vulnerable representatives would need to determine what messaging worked best. “We have to proceed with our hearts full of love ...

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