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Nov 02 2023
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Congress Should Codify Roe v. Wade
Codifying Roe v. Wade as federal law would create federal protections against state restrictions on abortion, protecting women's access to vitalAllSides Staff
Oct 15 2020
Feinstein Takes Heat After Hot Mic Reportedly Catches Her Talking Barrett’s Pro-Life Views, ‘Religion’
Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein (CA) was reportedly caught on a hot mic Thursday discussing Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s pro-life views and her “religion.”
“Sen. Feinstein hot mic talking about Judge Amy Coney Barrett,” reported Faithwire editor Tré Goins-Phillips. “She’s been pro-life for a long time. So I suspect with her, it is deeply personal and comes with herThe Daily Wire
Jan 08 2015
Bill Maher on Charlie Hebdo attacks: “There are no great religions; they’re all stupid and dangerous”
On Wednesday Bill Maher unloaded on religion on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” and called for the unequivocal protection of free speech.
The political comedian, who is promoting the upcoming season of “Real Time with Bill Maher,” was responding to the attack on Charlie Hebdo, which left 12 people dead, 11 wounded and is viewed as a direct attack on freedom of speech.
“This has to stop, andSalon
Oct 18 2012
'View' takes religion, military, abortion shots at Ann Romney after playing 'romantic' softball with Obamas
Whoopi Goldberg barely let Ann Romney settle into her seat on ABC's "The View" before pouncing on the first lady hopeful, asking why Mitt Romney didn't serve in Vietnam and if the couple is prepared to console families of fallen soldiers if voted into the White House. Unlike a recent joint appearance on the show by President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama during which questioning rangedFox News (Online News)
Sep 20 2023
Garland said he didn’t know what “traditional” meant but Van Drew cut him off. “Catholics! Catholics that go to church,” Van Drew said. Garland said, “May I answer the question,” and again was cut off. “The idea that someone with my family background would discriminate against any religion is so outrageous, so absurd, that’s it’s hard for me to answer your question,” said a fuming Garland, whoHotAir
Sep 20 2023
INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana (WISH) — The attorneys for accused Delphi murderer Richard Allen say they believe the killings of two young girls were part of a ritualistic sacrifice. The explosive allegations are part of new court documents filed Monday by Allen’s attorneys. Allen’s defense team hopes to convince a judge to throw out evidence in the case, and have Allen released from a state maximumEast Idaho News
Sep 19 2023
Attorneys for Delphi, Indiana murder suspect argue 2 teenage girls were killed by white nationalists in pagan ritual
Attorneys for a northern Indiana man charged with killing two teenage girls contend in court documents filed Monday that their client had nothing to do with the crimes and that the girls actually died as part of a ritual sacrifice. Attorneys Andrew Baldwin and Brad Rozzi, who represent Richard Allen of Delphi, said in a 136-page document that 13-year-old Abigail Williams and 14-year-oldCBS News (Online)
Sep 19 2023
Editor's note: The video in the player above is from a previous report. Court documents revealed horrifying new claims in the killings of two young girls in Delphi, Indiana, alleging the possibility that their deaths were actually part of a "ritualistic sacrifice." The new allegations were made in court filings by attorneys representing Richard Allen, the man charged with killing 13-year-oldNBC 5 Chicago
Sep 18 2023
DELPHI, Ind. (AP) — Attorneys for a northern Indiana man contend in court documents filed Monday that their client had nothing to do with the crimes and that the girls actually died as part of a ritual sacrifice. Attorneys Andrew Baldwin and Brad Rozzi, who represent Richard Allen of Delphi, said in a 136-page document that 13-year-old Abigail Williams and 14-year-old Liberty German wereAssociated Press
Sep 19 2023
Richard Allen’s attorneys claim Delphi murder victims were ‘ritualistically sacrificed’ by racist pagan cult
Attorneys for Delphi murder suspect Richard Allen now claim the two teenage girls he is charged with killing were actually “ritualistically sacrificed” by a racist pagan cult. “Members of a pagan Norse religion, called Odinism, hijacked by white nationalists, ritualistically sacrificed Abigail Williams and Liberty German,” the new filing Monday said of the 2017 victims, aged 13 and 15New York Post (News)