This week’s edition of the ‘Round-Up’ featured these and many other headlines:
–Kavanaugh nomination advanced by the Senate by a vote of 51-49.
–The League of Women Voters CEO participated in civil disobedience to protest
Judge Kavanaugh and was among the activists arrested at the Capitol.
–The radical left is openly writing about hatching plans to destroy Brett
Kavanaugh should the Senate confirm him to the Supreme Court.
–Keith Ellison of Minnesota has been accused of improprieties by his ex-
girlfriend, yet he’s considering resigning from the DNC in order to fully
concentrate on his run for attorney general of Minnesota.
–A high school friend of Christine Blasey Ford said she was blindsided for her
name being brought into the Ford/Kavanaugh debate as a corroborating witness.
–Hillary Clinton said President Trump has been racist, Islamophobic, sexist, and
–A new tracking poll has President Trump’s job performance approval rating at
–A man was arrested in Logan, Utah, for allegedly mailing envelopes with ricin to
multiple federal officials.
–Sunday is Life Chain Sunday where signs are held up in support of the pro-life
–A 5 year old girl is alleged to have been sexually assaulted by a gender fluid
classmate in a restroom in a Georgia public school.
–Children’s Hospital in Colorado has removed gender markers from patient
wristbands as part of an effort to support their unique gender identity.
–A new law recently passed in California is allowing kids as young as 12 years
old to receive taxpayer funded transgender treatments and services without
–The Racine, Wisconsin, city council approved an amendment to add gender identity
throughout the municipal code.
–The pro-LGBT organization known as GLAAD sets its sight on video games.
–Azusa Pacific University, an evangelical Christian school in California, has
reinstated official language prohibiting homosexual relationships on campus
–A video published by the British Broadcasting Company shows 6 year old school
children being instructed to write gay love letters and has been causing a stir
on social media.
–The State Department has changed a new policy that would block diplomatic visas
for same-sex partners of any foreign officials and U.N. employees. They will
have to provide proof of marriage for their ‘significant others’ to remain in
the country after 2018.
–The Secretary General of the United Nations called for the international body to
redouble its efforts to support the LGBTI community around the globe.
–President Trump issued a powerful message this week about the value of
individuals with Down Syndrome in America.
–A man who assaulted a young female, pro-life advocate Sunday in Toronto, has
been identified by his employer.