Kristin Held: Republicans must honor their word to repeal Obamacare not retain its inherent flaws while upping premiums and creating a new subsidy.
Liberty Counsel notes that Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch takes the bench just in time to vote on several high-profile cases.
Conservative and Republican activists and elected officials applaud the Senate confirmation of Neil Gorsuch as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court.
Senate Democrats let the first partisan filibuster against a nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court, the nuclear option was used to allow a majority vote.
U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) on the Senate floor before the Senate Democrats’ filibuster of Neil Gorsuch said: “nothing will stick.”
Shane Vander Hart: The majority of Seventh Circuit Court did legal and linguistic gymnastics to justify, in effect, amending the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
U.S. Senator Ben Sasse (R-NE) at The Gospel Coalition’s annual conference pointed out that our hope and the answers we seek does not come from Washington.
Brian Myers offers his thoughts on the collapse of the House Republican plan to replace Obamacare last week and its aftermath.
The U.S. Senate voted 51-50 to send a bill reversing an Obama-era rule directing state family planning money to Planned Parenthood to the President’s desk.
Shane Vander Hart: Vice President Mike Pence wants to guard his heart and marriage which to the secular left must be a completely foreign concept.
Pat Nicklaus: President Trump took to social media the attack the Freedom Caucus for their unwavering commitment to keep the conservative promises they made to their constituents.
Pat Nicklaus: Republicans are no longer the party of the Constitution, and instead have become the party of infighting and the circular firing squad.
The American Health Care Act failed because no one on the Republican side actually liked the bill and for most conservatives it represents a broken promise.
Jenna Ellis: The mainstream media and even conservatives are missing the point—We want conservative judges on the bench, not political activists.
Zachary Zupan: If we cannot trust President Trump and congressional leadership to repeal Obamacare, we can’t trust them to improve RyanCare if it passes.
Congressman David Young (R-Iowa) said that the American Health Care Act is a good start, but he can not support the bill in its present form.