As he wrote in the post, Gaffney stipulated that "health care is not my field, by any means," so he did not mean to criticize the substance of the ill-fated House bill.
"I think what is of concern is that this was a doomed approach," he said. "Paul Ryan, who is supposed to be helping President Trump get through his agenda in the House of Representatives and the congress more generally, should have known better. He either didn't, which justifies removal on the grounds of incompetence, or did – in which case I think the argument is that he's simply not a reliable partner for the president in getting this agenda done."
California prosecutors charged the filmmakers behind undercover videos of Planned Parenthood executives with 15 felonies Tuesday, The Associated Press reported.
By Geri Ungurean
I see this pope as a dangerous man. I have posed the question; could he be the False Prophet from Scripture? It seems that this man has grandiose ideas about his role in society. Pope/Ecologist/Politician/ and now possibly Ruler? But certainly not a person who represents Christ on this earth. If he sees himself in that role – I'm sure it lies at the bottom of his priorities – he hardly mentions the name of Jesus.
So, I ask again.......Does Pope Francis wish to be Emperor of a revived Roman Empire?
During trials Bill Kochevar grasped and lifted objects after having dozens of electrodes implanted in his brain and right arm.
Stephen D. Mull, the man charged with coordinating the Iran nuclear deal's implementation, continues in his position at Secretary Rex Tillerson's State Department, which remains a swampland of Obama holdovers.
If Jesus has changed your life and set you free from homosexual practice, your testimony is not welcome on Vimeo—not now, not ever. And if you see homosexuality as another aspect of sexual brokenness, something for which Jesus died and something from which you can be healed, your opinion is not welcome on Vimeo.
A liberal mom got a rude awakening that changed her views about the "bathroom debate" and decided to share her story regardless of what the backlash would be. This is a reality check like no other.
Witches, Satanists and occultists boasted of meeting Sunday at midnight under the crescent moon in front of Trump Tower, a second time, to partake in a "mass ritual" of casting a "binding spell" on President Donald Trump.
But nature took its course with a rainstorm that, well, you might say "dampened their spirits."
Jesus sat with His immediate disciples upon the Mount of Olives just before His crucifixion. He answered the question that most troubled them, following His declaration that the Jewish temple would be completely destroyed, with not a stone left standing.
Their question–offered in wide-eyed amazement, no doubt–was: "When shall these things be? and what shall be the sign of thy coming, and of the end of the world?" (Matthew 24:3).