On Thursday of June 25, President Trump and First Lady, Melania Trump commemorated the 70th anniversary of the start of the Korean War which divided the Korean peninsula into two: a communist North an… An Idaho law that bans transgender female athleetes from competing in women's sports has been recently passed and is receiving support from the Trump administration and is expected to take effect July… Larry Kudlow, the Director of the National Economic Council and chief economic advisor to President Donald Trump expressed an optimistic tone about the course of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tennessee passes heartbeat bill prohibiting abortion for diagnosis of Downs syndrome and no exceptions for rape or incest
On Friday of June 19, Tennessee legislation passed a heartbeat bill banning abortions after the point a fetal heartbeat can be detected which is as early as six weeks.
U.S. Senator Rob Portman honored the life of Otto Warmbier who died as a result of the North Korean regime
On Thursday of June 18, U.S. Senator Rob Portman honored the life of Otto Warmbier, an American student who was imprisoned in North Korea for allegedly stealing a North Korean propaganda poster.
Americans on Friday of June 19, 2020, commemorated the abolition of slavery with peaceful rallies, marches, and parties celebrating blackness. The Juneteenth celebrations took place following the sudden spark of nationwide protests demanding justice for the death of George Floyd, a black man who was…
Supreme Court decides Title VII of Civil Rights Act of 1964 also protects gays and transgenders from discrimination
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in a 6-3 decision in which protects employees from being discriminated against for being gay or transgender. Joe Biden, the Democratic presidential candidate praised today's Supreme Court ruling as a "momentous step forward for our country." "Before today, in more … The Department of Justice is urging states and localities to apply the same coronavirus lockdown and peaceful protest rules to religious gatherings. The Department of Justice claimed that while states have the general authority to protect the public during the pandemic, the First Amendment "does not… President Trump announced on Monday that he will not be defunding, disbanding, nor dismantling the police force. "We won't be defunding our police, we won't be dismantling our police, we won't be disbanding our police, we won't be ending our police force in a city," Same-sex marriage was ruled constitutional 5 years ago on June 26, 2015 by the Supreme Court of the United States of America in the landmark civil rights case Obergefell v. Hodges. The retired pastor and best-selling Christian author, Tim Keller, shared that he is diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Keller also had thyroid cancer in 2002. Keller expressed his optimism in his Twitter post, "I have terrific human doctors, but most importantly I have the Great Physician himself … The head of the Minneapolis police union says George Floyd's "violent criminal history" needs to be remembered and that the protests over his death are the work of a 'terrorist movement.' The police union president, Bob Kroll wrote on Twitter to inform people about Floyd's criminal records. President Trump signed an executive order on Tuesday prioritizing the advancement of international religious freedom. Trump visited the National Shrine of the defender of religious freedom, Saint John Paul II, in Washington, D.C. "In America, justice is never achieved at the hands of an angry mob. I will not allow angry mobs to dominate," President Trump vowed on Saturday to stop "mob violence" in which he is referring to the protests that were triggered by the death of George Floyd. With protests rising and police morality corrupting with its increasing violence towards civilians, President Trump held a last-minute White House Rose Garden address to suppress the riots set off the death of an African American civilian, George Floyd caused by a police officer.