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Will Public School Closures Force Private (Catholic) Schools to Follow?

As the new school year approaches, many public schools are announcing that they are remaining closed for in-person classes and instead opting for virtual learning. However, as TCA’s Ashley McGuire points out, it seems that private schools are being forced to shut down as well…

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TCA’s Ashley McGuire Calls Out Kamala Harris for Anti-Catholic Bullying

It’s no secret that the Democratic Party has defined itself with its anti-Catholic bullying, and with the recent announcement of Kamala Harris running as VP under Joe Biden, it seems like this sentiment will only grow stronger. As TCA’s Ashley McGuire has stated, Kamala Harris…

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Ashley McGuire Discusses Teachers Unions and School Reopenings on Fox and Friends

The Catholic Association’s Ashley McGuire appeared on Fox and Friends to discuss public schools teachers’ unions unfair demand for private schools (especially Catholic schools, which help under-served communities) to stay closed this upcoming school year.

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Unions Now Want to Close Catholic Schools Under the False Guise of “Equality”

“The same unions that are forcing public schools to close nationwide now want to close Catholic schools under the false guise of “equality.” Yet Catholic schools serve primarily low-income and middle-class families seeking good alternatives to often-failing public schools. A Catholic education costs almost $7,000…

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RealClear: Little Sisters of the Poor Are Fighting on Two Fronts

By Ashley McGuire The Little Sisters of the Poor fight the good fight on two fronts. Their work caring for the dying and elderly poor puts them on the front lines of the Covid-19 crisis. And thanks to the unrelenting, bullying efforts of Attorneys General…

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RCR: Cardinal Pell is Innocent and Finally Free

By Andrea Picciotti-Bayer The presumption of innocence and the legal standard of “guilt beyond a reasonable doubt” are based on a bedrock commitment to safeguard an innocent man’s liberty – and, sometimes, his life. This foundational principle of Anglo-Saxon criminal law had been, it seems, all…

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Register: Louisiana Abortion Case and Rule of Law

By Andrea Picciotti-Bayer The Supreme Court has been the accomplice of the nation’s abortion advocates for almost half a century. In 2020, however, the high court has the opportunity to end this unholy alliance. On Wednesday, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a case…

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Townhall: The Question About Admitting Privileges for Abortion Providers

By Grazie Pozo Christie The Supreme Court will soon hear arguments in a Louisiana case that will be avidly followed by both sides of the abortion divide. June Medical Services v. Russo will test whether a state can require abortion providers to have admitting privileges at a…

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Examiner: Supreme Court can pinpoint abortionists’ conflict of interest

By Andrea Picciotti-Bayer Today, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in a case involving a Louisiana law requiring that abortionists have hospital admitting privileges (June Medical Services v. Russo). The state legislators who passed the requirement and the governor who signed their bill into…

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RealClearPolitics: Protecting the Unborn From the Ultimate Pain

By Maureen Ferguson “Most men,” says “Game of Thrones” character Tyrion Lannister, “would rather deny a hard truth than face it.” This week the U.S. Senate will face some hard truths – and confront several persistent myths – as it considers the Pain Capable Unborn…

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