Biden splices out “Life” when quoting from the Declaration of Independence

By Dave Andrusko Tip of the hat to LifeNews. While listening to former Vice President Joe Biden officially announce his 2020 candidacy for President, I missed all together this fascinating and very revealing omission. The video begins: Charlottesville, Virginia, is home to the author of one of the great documents in human history. We know …

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Biden makes it official: One more pro-abortion Democrat announces they are running for President

By Dave Andrusko Literally hours after numerous reports suggested his presidential launch was floundering, pro-abortion former Senator and Vice President Biden set sail in a 3 ½ minute long video posted just after 6 am this morning. As you would have expected from Biden, running in a crowd of fellow Democrats aspiring to be the …

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Biden announces he will not run for President in 2016

By Dave Andrusko By now you’ve probably heard that pro-abortion Vice President Joe Biden said he will not be a candidate for his party’s presidential nomination. I’m not entirely sure I understood his opening remarks, which were both intensely personal and a brief nuts and bolts explanation of “the process.” However the conclusion of his …

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More chatter about Biden entry, Hillary wins debate, younger Democrats under-enthused about the field

By Dave Andrusko Talk about a tease. Vice President Biden, who has been dropping hints like breadcrumbs, the easier for reporters to follow him, seems on the brink of jumping into the presidential sweepstakes. POLITICO’s headline is “Biden watch kicks into high gear.” By that Nick Gass is referring to the rumors, the hints, the …

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Is Biden edging closer to running for President?

By Dave Andrusko It’s funny, my wife and I were just talking about this last night–what impact Hillary Clinton’s much-lauded performance at Tuesday’s Democratic debate would have on Vice President Joe Biden’s decision whether to jump in at what is virtually the last minute. To jump ahead, there is a rush of stories today that …

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Biden in or out? Could know as soon as next week

By Dave Andrusko Each headline is a little bolder than the one before. On a story today at The Hill, it reads “Anticipation builds for Biden,” as in anticipation that the Vice President will announce he is running against frontrunner Hillary Clinton for their party’s 2016 presidential nomination. The headline was probably prompted by a …

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A little ado about nothing: Biden says nothing new in interview

By Dave Andrusko I write for a living and far be it from me to begrudge a publication tooting its own horn. But for America magazine to characterize its interview with pro-abortion Vice President Joe Biden as “Biden Interview Starts New Conversations in Abortion Debate” is almost comically over the top. We wrote on Wednesday …

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Biden’s popularity grows, talks about abortion and pro-lifers in interview with “America” magazine

By Dave Andrusko We’ve written about it for months, so the latest numbers from the Bloomberg Poll are no surprise to NRL News Today readers. The headline is, “Bloomberg Poll: Joe Biden Now Top Presidential Choice for 1 in 4 Democrats.” To be clear, fellow pro-abortionist Hillary Clinton remains the top choice of registered voters …

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CNN Talks Up Biden, Inaccurately Dismisses Plagiarism History

By Brad Wilmouth Editor’s note. The law school ”accusations” CNN refers to–and dismisses as inconsequential — refer to a law review article Vice President Joe Biden plagiarized for a paper he wrote in his first year at law school. This came out in 1987 when Biden was running for President. At the time he said …

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Round Two: Ryan and Biden on Abortion

By Dave Andrusko http://twitter.com/daveha I’m guessing it’s a combination of tit for tat and anticipation of Tuesday’s second presidential debate that has spurred another round of back and forth over last week’s vice presidential debate. For reasons that escape me (were it not for the fact that is three weeks until the election), there is …

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Biden insists that Planned Parenthood “Under Law Cannot Perform Abortions”

By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D., NRL-ETF Director of Education & Research   Pro-abortion Vice President Joe Biden has come up with some whoppers before [see last week’s vice presidential debate], but this one may take the cake.    Campaigning October 12 in Wisconsin, the home state of pro-life GOP vice presidential nominee Rep. Paul Ryan whom …

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Ryan and Biden lay out vastly different positions on abortion

By Dave Andrusko Abortion did not come up in the first presidential debate between pro-abortion President Barack Obama and pro-life Mitt Romney last week. Thursday night, at the one and only vice presidential debate, moderator Martha Raddatz made sure it did. Pro-Life Rep. Paul Ryan’s responses were strong, weaving together principle, personal experience, and the …

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