After months of debate and strong opposition, California governor Jerry Brown on Monday signed into a law a bill enabling doctors to prescribe drugs that will end the lives of terminally ill patients. This is a dark day for California and for the Brown legacy, said Californians against Assisted Suicide.
The head of PolandÂs bishops has given a lengthy and hard-hitting interview in which he upholds the ChurchÂs teaching on marriage and the family, voices his opposition to Church decentralization, and calls gender ideology worse than Communism. In the interview broadcast on EWTN Germany, Archbishop StanisÅaw GÄ decki said that the Church ÂcanÂt sing with 100 different voices as postmodernity would like it to.Â ÂIf the Church were to teach 10 or 100 doctrines,Â he added, Âshe would break apart into 100 churches, but the Church is one, catholic and apostolic.Â The archbishop, who is one of three Polish bishops attending
New Hampshire Republican Kelly Ayotte is facing a tough challenge from Governor Maggie Hassan. Polls show that the two are virtually tied. The question I need you to help me with isshould we care? Polls have showed the popular Hassan running close with Ayotte in early matchups; Ayotte had a 3-point lead in an NBC News/Marist poll in early September.
Jeb, this isnt working. Youre a bad candidate, and all youre going to do now is damage the guy who can beat Trump. Is that what you want? Jeb, this just isnt going to work. After all that money spent, youre still sagging nationally and in fourth place in New Hampshire, a state you need to win.
At a time when many are wondering how the burgeoning business of daily fantasy sports is legal in most states, a scandal has broken out after a DraftKings employee won a large sum of money playing on rival site FanDuel. According to a New York Times report, Ethan Haskell of DraftKings leaked data before the before the beginning Week 3 of the NFL showing which players were most used by participants in the sites Millionaire Makers contest.
The State Department is planning to spend $49,083 in taxpayer funds for a one-time grant to establish a network to support the LGBT community in India. The U. S. Embassy in New Delhi is soliciting proposals for the grant titled, Creating a Network to Support the LGBT Community in India, which will create a national network focused on LGBT issues in India. The grant will pay for leadership development programs for existing LGBT organizations with the goal of providing them the tools to establish capabilities to advance LGBT access to services available to all Indian citizens including health care and government