The 10 Republicans who voted for her:
Kelly Ayotte (N.H.), Orrin Hatch (Utah), Lindsey Graham (S.C.), Susan Collins (Maine), Jeff Flake (Ariz.), Mark Kirk (Ill.), Rob Portman (Ohio), Thad Cochran (Miss.), Ron Johnson (Wis.) and Mitch McConnell (Ky.).
If you live in one of those states, I hope you let them know that they let the American people down. We sent them there to stop Obama, not help him destroy this country. Lynch said she would support Obama's openly unconstitutional amnesty executive order, and would not commit to investigating Hillary Clinton's many scandals. She will be an Obama rubber stamp, exactly what we do not want. The excuse that anyone he picked would be awful doesn't hold water. These Senators swore an oath to uphold the Constitution, and instead they spit on it. Makes me sick.
***Here's something you don't see everyday: An Op-Ed extolling the benefits of animal testing. I'm all for it if it helps humans.
Unfortunately, the story requires an account, but the gist of it is there have been some major medical breakthroughs due to animal testing.
***Oh, but they said this would never happen: ACLU sues feds to force Catholic charities to provide abortions for illegal immigrants. FIRST of all, why is ANYONE providing abortions for illegal immigrants? The larger question though, of course, is the basic right to practice one's religion.
The ACLU is demanding government records detailing reproductive healthcare policies for immigrant children and teens in shelters operated by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB). The USCCB has been contracted by the federal government to care for the surge of unaccompanied minors crossing into the U.S.The group claims that the USCCB has been denying reproductive care for immigrants based on its religious doctrines and that by doing so the organization is breaking the rules of its contract with the federal government to provide necessary healthcare for immigrants.The suit has sparked outrage among religious, anti-abortion, and civil rights groups who argue the ACLU is more concerned with bullying the Catholic church than helping vulnerable immigrants.“Lawsuits like the one the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) just filed demanding all of the records on a faith-based provider of care and services to vulnerable children are destructive and divisive,” said Brian Walsh, president of the Civil Rights Research Center in a statement. “When it comes to religious freedom, some organizations that have had a laudable history of defending Americans’ religious civil rights and liberties are looking less and less like their former selves.”