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The Supreme Court is considering the case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which has the potential to severely limit or eliminate access to abortion.
Each year since 1974, the March for Life has made its way peacefully through the nation’s capital, its hosts of participants calling for an end to abortion on demand, which the high court ushered in with its 1973 ruling in Roe v. Wade.
President Joe Biden on Monday announced a proposed federal budget for fiscal year 2023 that includes a wish list of leftist policy proposals as well as an unprecedented tax on unrealized gains.
To Rep. Kevin Hern, R-Okla., Biden’s budget fails to help Americans deal with exploding inflation and doubles down on the deficit spending that got America into this mess in the first place.
As gas prices rise, the Biden administration is “looking for someone to blame, and unfortunately they really just need to turn and look at themselves,” Rep. Garret Graves, R-La., says.
The Biden administration “talks about environmental sustainability, [but] they don’t think about economic sustainability as well,” Graves says, adding that when it comes to energy policy, President Joe Biden seems to be “governing by emotion, not by fact, science, and economics.”
President Joe Biden’s Supreme Court nominee, Ketanji Brown Jackson, has come under fire for her positions on child porn sentencing, court stacking, and immigration.
Now David Osborne, CEO of Americans for Fair Treatment, tells “The Daily Signal Podcast” that Jackson has another controversial position: her views on labor.
Generation Z is already making its mark on America. Born after 1996, these young Americans came of age in an era of rapid technological change—smartphones, social media, and our interconnected world.
The oldest are already in the workforce while others are in the process of figuring out their careers. Fortunately, there are good organizations to provide the leadership and training for this next generation.
In the darkest of times, we are tempted to give in to despair. For those living in war-torn Ukraine, the temptation must be enormous.
But all around the world, people are seeing images of hope and faith amid Ukraine’s gloom. In basements, rubble-strewn streets, and underground rail stations, the Ukrainian people are coming together.
Under President Donald Trump, the number of illegal immigrants crossing into the U.S. fell. But now, under President Joe Biden, that progress has been reversed and record numbers of migrants are making their way across the border illegally.
To Christopher Landau, former U.S. ambassador to Mexico, this didn’t have to be the case.
Today on “The Daily Signal Podcast,” we are featuring the latest episode of “The Kevin Roberts Show.” The podcast includes an interview with Townhall reporter Julio Rosas, author of “Fiery But Mostly Peaceful: The 2020 Riots and Media Gaslighting of America.”