In preparation for Judge Neil Gorsuch’s confirmation hearings, which began March 20, Senate Democrats have tried desperately to fit the exceptionally qualified nominee into their predictable and worn-out partisan storylines.
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Kurt and Melissa Cochran, a Utah couple celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary with a European vacation, were in London this week visiting Melissa’s parents, when a man ran a vehicle into a crowd of pedestrians on London’s Westminster Bridge, the Cochran’s were among the first injured.
Sadly, people with Down syndrome have essentially become extinct across much of Europe because woman abort life after discovering their baby has Down syndrome. We strip a child from their God-given potential when we, as a society, accept abortion as “health care.”
Stevens, a BYU graduate, has experienced the ups and downs of life as he builds his multi-million dollar men’s shoe brand Taft and continues to be motivated for success. “I have this quote on the wall right there,” Stevens said while pointing to a corner of his office. “It says ‘Life is tough, but so are you.'”
In an era where weddings are getting to be more and more expensive and lavish and couples have extended engagements trying to save up to afford it--sometimes even going into debt--the New York Times featured an LDS Bride's story of putting together her budget wedding in only 5 days.
Pulling the plug on the nation's biggest abortion business, the Congressional Budget Office estimates, would mean "The number of births in the Medicaid program would increase by several thousand, increasing direct spending for Medicaid by $21 million in 2017." That sounds like a lot of money, until you consider this.