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Hillary’s Abortion Views Extreme Even for Most Pro-Choicers

A recent Marist poll showed that about 8 out of 10 Americans support substantial restrictions on abortion. This includes 6 out of 10 who say they are pro-choice! This shows that U.S. abortion law as it stands is already out of sync with a typical…

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Strait Talk Detroit: What the Obama Administration Could Have Done Better for Religious Groups

Strait Talk Detroit: What the Obama Administration Could Have Done Better for Religious Groups

  During a special edition of ABC News Strait Talk Detroit, LZ Granderson speaks to TCA’s Ashley McGuire about how the current administration has frustrated people of faith. McGuire discusses why religious liberty has been her biggest disappointment and reveals her hopes for the future….

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More Babies, Not Less

More Babies, Not Less

Children are an asset to society- not a drain, as climate scaremongers would have us believe.  On a recent National Public Radio show, Travis Rieder from John Hopkins University stated “maybe we should protect kids by not having them.” The idea behind this is that…

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Mother Teresa Fought Poverty as an Evil—and Lived It as A Virtue

On Sunday, Pope Francis will canonize Mother Teresa, who will be known as St. Teresa of Calcutta, as a perfect model and inspiration. She fought against poverty, embraced it in her own life, and gave up all material goods and physical comfort. Her understanding of…

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Arizona Attorney General Brnovich Defends the First Amendment

The Freedom from Religion Foundation folks must have been licking their chops the day they heard about the Arizona Department of Economic Security (DES) director’s emails to his employees. This was going to be easy. The Wisconsin-based foundation would whip up a letter alleging a…

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Aborting Babies with Detected Disabilities is Incompatible with Equality

By Grazie Pozo Christie Summary: The number of babies born with disabilities, such as Down’s Syndrome, has dwindled in America, due to what can fairly be called eugenic abortion. Eugenics is the creation or selection of offspring with “desirable” traits, and the elimination of those…

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Commentary: Church, Chaput stand up for Christian ideal

By Grazie Pozo Christie Pope Francis’ recent apostolic exhortation, Amoris Laetitia, is a rich and complex document about marriage and family – both the noble Christian ideals and the troubled and broken ways we too often experience them. Many have interpreted the exhortation’s merciful tone…

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Opinion: ‘Ben-Hur’ will make you want to be a better person

These days it seems that most movies are made solely to push boundaries, appeal to the most vulgar tastes and glorify the basest impulses. Movies might be entertaining, but you won’t leave feeling elevated, and you might even feel ashamed you brought your teenagers to…

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House Passes Legislation to Protect Pro-Life Conscience Rights

“Physicians, nurses, and other health care workers throughout the US are heartened by passage in the House of the Conscience Protection Act. Men and women who have dedicated themselves to preserving life and promoting health should not be discriminated against when they refuse to perform,…

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Statement on Zika funding

It is beyond outrageous that Senate Democrats are blocking $1.1 billion in supplemental Zika funding because they are demanding an even bigger earmark for their political donors Planned Parenthood. Half a billion taxpayer dollars annually already flow to Planned Parenthood, which runs the nation’s largest…

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