Here’s a selection of stories that Jim brought to the attention of listeners to wrap up the week:
–The U.S. House passed a radical pro-abortion bill (Women’s Health Protection Act-HR 3755) that would force states to legalize the killing of unborn babies via abortion without limits up to birth nationwide.
–At her weekly press briefing, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi addressed the issue of her Catholic faith in contrast with the so-called Women’s Health Protection Act.
–The U.S. Supreme Court will be hearing oral arguments December 1st concerning a Mississippi law that will ban abortion after a baby is 15 weeks old. In response, more than 500 female athletes and groups of athletes, including pro sports unions, have signed an amicus brief that urged the court to reject Mississippi’s law.
–Apple is outraged about Texas passing the Heartbeat Bill into law and will pay for their Texas employees to seek abortions outside the state.
–More than 60 companies have signed a letter protesting the Texas “heartbeat” law.
–Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed into law a bill prohibiting physicians or health care providers from giving women an abortion inducing drug after 7 weeks of pregnancy.
–Webster Barnaby, a Republican lawmaker in Florida, has introduced a pro-life bill (House Bill 167) in the state that closely mirrors that of the Texas law prohibiting abortion after a heartbeat is detected.
–The U.S. Supreme Court has set the date (December 1st) for the major abortion case that could overturn Roe v. Wade.
–Almost 65 members of Congress have called for an investigation into allegations that aborted babies may be being born alive and their organs harvested for scientific research through a taxpayer funded project at the University of Pittsburgh.
–The Biden administration has used the COVID relief package to give tens of millions of dollars to Planned Parenthood.
–On Tuesday, Representative Bob Gibbs of Ohio, introduced 3 articles of impeachment against President Biden, asserting that the president is not capable of being commander in chief due to his handling of Afghanistan, immigration and the struck down federal eviction moratorium.
–President Biden made his first address to the United Nation’s General Assembly.
–The White House Press Pool has filed a formal complaint against President Joe Biden for refusing to answer questions from American media about the multiple crises that have erupted under his regime.
–President Biden may have improperly avoided paying Medicare taxes before he took office and could owe the IRS up to $500,000 according to a Congressional Research Service report.
–Brandon Judd, president of the National Border Patrol Council told Fox News on Thursday night that if President Biden were not president, he would arrest him for “aiding and abetting.”