Voters Split on Supreme Court Justice Nomination

Voters Split on Supreme Court Justice Nomination

American voters are narrowly divided on whether or not a Supreme Court Justice by the Senate in October 2020. Forty-six percent of those polled want to postpone any Supreme Court Justice nomination until after a new presidency begins in January, according to The Hill on October 7. The poll, conducted by SSRS Research, found a narrow […]

Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin Vetoes Abortion Bill

Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin Vetoes Abortion Bill

According to “The Washington Post,” Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin vetoed the bill that would have made performing an abortion in the state illegal. She refused to sign the anti-abortion bill into law on May 20, 2016. Fallin, who is a Republican, stated that the language in SB1552 was too vague and ambiguous. She further reminded […]

Abortion: A Woman’s Right to Choose Should Always Be Protected

Abortion: A Woman’s Right to Choose Should Always Be Protected

Abortion has long been a controversial hot topic in not only America, but it is also as a global source of debate. Views on the topic can be quite diverse depending on many factors including geographic location, age, culture, religion, education, and family values, just to name a few. As such, abortion is an inherently […]