(CFAM) — More than forty-five governments and high-ranking UN staff convened in Brussels this week to raise money and combat U.S. pro-life policies.

Kate Gilmore, the UN Deputy High Commissioner on Human Rights, moderated the “She decides” fundraising event to “counter the impact” of the recently enacted Mexico City Policy.

David Friedman, Trump's pick for Ambassador to Israel, was just approved by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Fortunately, Sen. Bob Menendez once again broke rank with his vote and stood with Israel, which is not an easy thing to do considering his Party is so openly hostile to the Jewish State.

Actor Samuel L Jackson recently blasted President Trump's new Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson for his choice of words describing slaves:

'Muthaf*kka, please!': Samuel L. Jackson slams Ben Carson claim immigrants came on slave ships https://t.co/sIqXEBDaa8pic.twitter.com/WIZfaXCWw9

— Raw Story (@RawStory) March 7, 2017

All over social media on Wednesday, we were reminded that women are mad as hell and they're not going to take it anymore.

On "A Day Without a Woman," Chicago activists and businesses show their solidarity https://t.co/86vXQ6QiQxpic.twitter.com/7FwRgLRRgx

— Chicago Tribune (@chicagotribune) March 9, 2017

Once again bypassing the hopelessly jaundiced media, President Trump announced that he just learned that his predecessor in the White House bugged Trump Tower during the last election.

“This is McCarthyism!” he declared, in 140 characters or less.

CNN’s The Messy Truth with Van Jones is meant to be a forum where people of different political stripes come together and have a discussion about what divides the country in an effort to get past it.

The release of the House Republicans' health care reform plan is the latest reminder that misguided objectives drive many policy decisions in Washington. Unfortunately, it often results in bad policy outcomes with real economic costs.

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Though America has prospered since the end of the so-called "great recession," the economy has grown by so little it's hardly worthy of mention. The boom that began under Ronald Reagan ended with the collapse of the sub-prime mortgage industry.

It was International Women’s Day today, and as it draws to a close, Twitter has selected a predictable lineup of women to celebrate. One tweet from their official account says it all.

Mississippi state Sen. Chris McDaniel, a hardline conservative who nearly toppled Sen. Thad Cochran (R-MS) in the 2014 midterm primaries, told Breitbart News exclusively on Wednesday evening he is considering launching another bid for the U.S.