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Rep. Steve Scalise: Trump impeachment is a shameless Democratic abuse of power

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., rushed impeachment through the House on the thinnest and most nakedly partisan basis in history. Now she’s regretting it.

Abby Johnson: March for Life 2020 — Here’s why the conversation on abortion needs to radically shift

I’ve only been involved in the pro-life movement for 10 years. Before that, I worked at Planned Parenthood for eight years. I’ve seen both sides of the issues…

Tom Del Beccaro: In Trump impeachment, Dems commit malpractice – wrongly expect Senate to do job of House

It is not the job of the Senate to come to the rescue of House Democrats who are guilty of investigatory and constitutional malpractice for failing to assemble a convincing case for the impeachment of the president.

Michael Goodwin: Dems’ handling of Senate impeachment trial must have Founding Fathers rolling in their graves

Schumer picked up exactly where the House left off, injecting venom into every sentence and inflating his accusations far beyond what is contained in the actual articles of impeachment.

Chuck DeVore: Will Texas flip because of blue state migrants? Don’t bet on it

Given Texas’ historical voter turnout levels, it’s likely that about 6 percent of its 2020 vote for president will be cast by people who moved to Texas in the past four years.

Sen. Marsha Blackburn: Impeachment trial is a political farce – no more witnesses or documents are needed

No additional witnesses or documents are necessary for the impeachment trial. To admit them would be to legitimize Democrats’ caricature of fairness, and the continuation of a process that will never be more than a political farce.

Rep. Andy Biggs: Flawed Trump impeachment articles should be dismissed by Senate, ending his trial

As the impeachment trial of President Trump got underway in the Senate Tuesday, it was obvious that House Democrats can’t present a plausible case for removing the duly elected president from office. As a result, justice requires that the Senate should simply dismiss the two badly flawed articles of impeachment against the president and move on to more important business.

Gregg Jarrett: In Trump impeachment trial, Democrats continue inflammatory accusations with no basis in fact

Desperate Democrats trotted out the same baseless and absurd arguments they’ve been making for months at the opening of President Trump’s impeachment trial in the Senate Tuesday, in their endless campaign to overturn the results of the 2016 presidential election.