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Gary Bauer / September 26, 2022

Election Preview

Eight Senate races are tossups. Republicans only need to gain one seat to control the majority.

As the calendar counts down, we’re entering the final stretch of the 2022 campaign season.

House Republicans on Friday formally unveiled their “Commitment to America” agenda. House GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy vowed that if Republicans take back the House of Representatives, one of the first things the new GOP majority will do next year is vote to repeal Joe Biden’s 87,000 new IRS agents!

That would be a very wise move. The latest Harvard/Harris poll found that 55% of voters oppose hiring tens of thousands of new IRS agents, and 58% believe those new agents will be going after average people like them.

Meanwhile, critical Senate contests that will determine the majority in the evenly divided chamber next year are neck-and-neck.

  • The Arizona Senate contest is a two-point race.
  • The Florida Senate contest is a four-point race.
  • The Georgia Senate contest is a two-point race.
  • The Nevada Senate contest is a three-point race.
  • The North Carolina Senate contest is a three-point race.
  • The Ohio Senate contest is a one-point race.
  • The Pennsylvania Senate contest is a two-point race.
  • The Wisconsin Senate contest is a one-point race.

That’s eight Senate races that are all tossups!

Republicans only need to gain one seat to control the majority.

But if Democrats pick up two seats, they will eliminate the filibuster, allowing them to pass the most extreme pro-abortion legislation in history, nationalize all elections and pack the Supreme Court with radical left-wing activists.

Those are the stakes, my friends.

CWF is working hard to elect as many pro-life, America First conservatives as possible so we can slam the brakes on Biden’s radical socialist agenda.

Pro-Life Is Pro-Science

Two things happened last week that impact how we think about babies developing in the womb. One development was announced by a group of scientists. The other was announced by a politician who embarrassed herself. First the scientists.

British and French researchers conducted a study to determine if preborn babies had any reaction to what their mothers were eating. They did indeed. Using 4D ultrasound machines, they discovered that babies in the womb really liked carrots and really disliked kale.

This is the latest in a long string of studies that prove the humanity of the preborn child. Doctors even perform surgeries in utero on preborn babies, proving that there are two patients — the mother and preborn child.

The left always tells us to follow the science, and the science clearly tells us that the baby in the womb is a little human being.

Strangely, the pro-abortion media were all gaga about this latest study. Some media outlets even referred to “babies in the womb.” Of course, I don’t object to their coverage of the study. They’re not the real enemy in this case.

Meanwhile, Stacey Abrams, who is running for governor in Georgia and is considered a rising star in the Democrat Party, declared recently that the pro-life movement is involved in a conspiracy.

How so? Abrams claimed, “There is no such thing as a heartbeat at six weeks. It is a manufactured sound designed to convince people that men have the right to take control of a woman’s body.”

“Dr. Abrams” must have gotten her medical degree from the same school as “Dr. Jill Biden.” Her statement is simply a “flat-out lie.” Sadly, some people will believe that lie.

But Abrams has a point. There is a real conspiracy that has been going on for decades around this issue. Abortionists have been telling women that what is growing in the womb is just a clump of tissue that means nothing. It’s just a part of the body like the appendix that can be removed.

This is the same twisted mindset that is now castrating little boys and cutting off the breasts of young girls. There’s nothing special about human life or how it’s created. Kids are disposable. So, destroy them in the womb or mutilate them later.

Just more lies from the radical left.

Evil is loose across the country and one political party is using all its power to embrace and promote it.

A Moment Of Truth

Biden “Climate Czar” John Kerry addressed the Global Clean Energy Action Forum last week. In his remarks, he praised the Inflation Reduction Act as an “amazing piece of legislation” because of all its climate change/green energy provisions.

But in an amazing moment of candor, Kerry actually told the truth about the bill. He said it was “a completely misnamed piece of legislation,” adding, “I’m not sure how much it has to do with inflation.”

Nothing, really. Even Bernie Sanders admitted that.

Joe Biden’s “Inflation Reduction Act” is really a climate change bill, and that’s why John Kerry is so excited about it.

Speaking of inflation, the American Diner Index shows just how bad inflation really is. The price of preparing a classic club sandwich lunch is up 14%.

  • Lettuce is up 33%.
  • Bread is up 20%.
  • Turkey is up 16%.
  • Ham is up 12%.
  • Cheese is up 12%.

Too bad Democrats couldn’t pass an “Inflation Reduction Act” that would bring down your grocery bill.

Good News

  • Republicans outvoted Democrats in the 2022 primaries. This indicator of voter enthusiasm has accurately predicted the general election outcomes of recent midterm elections.

  • Republican House members are sponsoring legislation to prohibit so-called “gender affirming surgeries” on children that permanently sterilize them and disfigure their bodies.

  • Twenty-four state attorneys general are warning major credit card companies to stop flagging gun purchases so government bureaucrats can track them.

  • The Michigan State Senate passed a resolution condemning the state’s Department of Education for promoting radical LGBTQ+ teacher training materials that urge teachers to hide critical information from parents.

  • A federal appeals court upheld a Texas law that limits Big Tech’s ability to censor free speech.

  • A federal judge struck down Biden’s mask and vaccine mandates in the Head Start program.

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