“Let me give you a bit of settled science that they’ll never admit to. The science is settled, it’s not even a consensus, it is a unanimity, that human life begins at conception,” Rubio said. “So I hope the next time someone wags their finger about science, they’ll ask one of these leaders on the left: ‘Do you agree with the consensus of science that human life begins at conception?'”.

Manning and Amy Myers Jaffe, Robert A. DiVall, Linda A. And Mexico: 150 Years of AmbivalenceRobert Kennedy Jr. One of Yunupingu’s physicians, a kidney specialist named Dr. Paul Lawton, told Australia’s ABC radio at the time that Grose’s racial profiling allegations were “reasonable,” and added, “We know that racial profiling happens at RDH (Royal Darwin Hospital) because of nationally published data . We know it happens right around Australia.” Lawton also stated to ABC that the musician’s chronic problems were “wholly related” to hepatitis B, and not to alcohol abuse..

The hostage strategy arises from a profound internal division within not only the Republican Party but the Trump administration itself. The administration originally enacted a policy of separating child migrants from their parents in order to deter those families from entering the country. Chief of Staff John Kelly defended family separation last month as “a tough deterrent.” Also last month, Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen laid out the tough policy: “If you are single adult, if you are part of a family, if you are pregnant, if you have any other condition, you’re an adult and you break the law, we will refer you.

After she withdrew from the Democratic race, Clinton threw her full support behind her former rival. An almost celestial coincidence had transpired in the aptly named town the previous February, with the two candidates evenly splitting 214 votes during a primary vote. The Democrats’ campaigns chose the town as the setting for Clinton to unify her support behind Obama.

Named commissioner in 2006, Goodell became synonymous with the phrase “protecting the shield,” a reference to the NFL logo, during the early years of his tenure and toughened the league’s personal conduct policy in 2007. His reputation as well as the league’s have been significantly tarnished since the release earlier this month of the explicit video of Rice punching his then fiancee in an elevator at an Atlantic City casino in February. In a move widely viewed as responsive more to public outrage than player wrongdoing, the NFL upgraded Rice’s initial two game suspension to an indefinite ban just hours after the video became public.