David Daleiden to pay for Hillary Clinton security?
Planned Parenthood seeks coverage of costs of non-medical events
In final debate, candidates diverge sharply on abortion
The following comes from an October 20 Angelus article: In the final presidential debate on Wednesday, the major party candidates were pressed to explain their positions on abortion. Hillary Clinton defended her
The campaign to repeal the Hyde Amendment
The following comes from a September 20 OC Catholic article: The Hyde Amendment is 40 years old this year. It undoubtedly has saved many lives. But the Democratic Party officially wants to
Trump is driving Catholic voters toward Clinton
The following comes from a July 27 Five Thirty Eight article by Leah Libresco: Donald Trump has held onto the support of evangelical Christians even as he has screwed up the name of
Tim Kaine gets a standing ovation at his parish
The following comes from a July 26 LifeSiteNews article by Claire Chretien: Pro-abortion Democratic Vice Presidential candidate Senator Tim Kaine received a standing ovation at his parish on Sunday and several Catholic
Religion and the 2016 campaign
The following comes from a July 13 Pew Research Center post: Religious contours of 2016 campaign mostly match 2012 For the most part, the voting intentions of people in
Can we negotiate with Trump?
The following comes from a May 8 Stream article by Jason Scott Jones: As pro-lifers and defenders of religious liberty, and citizens sincerely worried about the direction our nation is taking, we are
Should Catholics ‘Trump’ Hillary?
The following comes from a February 29 Renew America article by Matt C. Abbott: It’s looking more and more like the next presidential election will be Hillary Clinton versus Donald Trump, though it’s not
Hillary Clinton calls for taxpayer funding of abortion
The following comes from a January 11 Blaze article by Kate Scanlon: Planned Parenthood Action Fund, the advocacy arm of the nation’s largest abortion provider, formally endorsed Hillary Clinton for president on Sunday.