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WASHINGTON — For decades, Catholic Democratic politicians have been justifying their pro-choice position by telling us that they were personally opposed to abortion but could not impose their religious view on others. For most, the argument was a fig leaf to justify their shameful failure to protect innocent unborn life. But it appeared that Joe Biden really believed it.

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BRISTOL, Va. — Incumbent Israel O’Quinn overwhelmingly won the GOP nomination for his 5th District seat in the Virginia House of Delegates on …

You can tell which side of the aisle is optimistic about the politics of the abortion bans in Alabama, Georgia, Missouri and elsewhere. When asked about the Alabama ban, Sen. Martha McSally, R-Ariz., (who lost her race for Senate but was then appointed to the seat originally held by the late Sen. John McCain) ducked. “That’s a state issue. I’m focused on my work here,” she insisted.

WASHINGTON — Briefly suspending their warnings about the rising tide of socialism, a large majority of Senate Republicans recently joined with almost all their Democratic colleagues in affirming the essence of socialism, which is government allocation of capital. The Senate’s revival of the Export-Import Bank is a redundant reminder that the rhetorical discord between the parties exaggerates their actual differences.