6 Key Issues Aired on Day 2 of Barrett’s Confirmation Hearings

October 14 2020

Good morning from Washington, where Amy Coney Barrett kept her cool under fire during the second day of her Senate confirmation hearing. Fred Lucas spotlights key moments for the Supreme Court nominee. The governor of California scoffed at the idea that our Jarrett Stepman, who doesn't live there, would be mailed a ballot. Well, guess what? On the podcast, learn about a church that overcame coronavirus restrictions in the nation's capital. Plus: gun control advocates shoot blanks over the high court. On this date in 1964, Martin Luther King Jr., a 35-year-old Baptist pastor, wins the Nobel Peace Prize for leading nonviolent resistance to American racism, making him the youngest recipient ever.

6 Key Issues Aired on Day 2 of Barrett's Confirmation Hearings
By Fred Lucas

"I hope all members of the committee have more confidence in my integrity than to think I'd allow myself to be used as a pawn to decide this election for the American people," says Barrett.
California's Governor Mocked Me, but I Received Ballot 8 Years After Moving
By Jarrett Stepman

Last month, California Gov. Gavin Newsom tweeted at me, "Just so we're all clear—this is FALSE." This month, my parents got my ballot, despite the fact that I moved out of California eight years ago.
Sens. Blackburn, Ernst Discuss 2nd Day of Barrett Hearing
By Tommy Binion

The two senators, both on the Senate Judiciary Committee, share what they observed during the long hearing Tuesday.
We Must Return to Normal as Soon as Possible
By David Schweikert

Keeping students behind a laptop and away from the socialization of a classroom is not working for students or parents.
How a DC Court Sided With a Church That Wants to Meet, Not the Mayor
By Rachel del Guidice

Capitol Hill Baptist Church went to court against the D.C. mayor in September, and just achieved a big win for religious freedom.
Fact-Checking Gun Control Activists' Lies About Amy Coney Barrett
By Amy Swearer

Although gun control activists certainly have good reasons to fear the confirmation of Barrett, anyone truly concerned with safeguarding the protections laid out in the Bill of Rights should celebrate.
ICYMI: Here We Go Again: Cuomo, de Blasio Blame Jews for Jump in COVID-19 Cases
By Joel Griffith

Confrontations will continue so long as Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio target Jewish religious gatherings in enforcing COVID-19 restrictions.

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