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Women’s March Erects a Pro-Life Barrier

As a young woman living in Washington, D.C., I could easily attend the Women’s March on Saturday if I wanted to. Except that I am not invited, because I am pro-life. As the organizers of the march made clear in a statement, the Women’s March’s…

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Jeff Sessions for Attorney General

Senator Jeff Sessions is a strong pro-life, pro-religious liberty candidate for Attorney General. He has a 100 percent pro-life voting record and today reiterated his opposition to abortion, calling Roe v. Wade was a “colossal” mistake. He has pledged to defend conscience rights and “anyone who thinks…

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New year, same dedication—2017 is bright for the pro-life movement

Pro-choice activists thought the pro-life movement would still be staggering backwards after taking a devastating blow in the Supreme Court’s ruling in Whole Women’s Health v. Hellerstedt. The surprise election of Donald Trump, however, has swung the door wide open for the pro-life movement. Trump reiterated…

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NewsMax: Highlighting Tim Kaine’s connection to Planned Parenthood

During an interview with NewsMax Prime, JD Hayworth speaks to TCA’s Ashley McGuire about Tim Kaine’s connection to Planned Parenthood. McGuire discusses his ‘awful record’ and whether or not it will adversely affect Hillary Clinton’s ticket in trying to sway Catholic voters. To view the…

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Why I Oppose D.C.’s Assisted-Suicide Bill

When I learned last year that the District’s city government was considering an assisted-suicide bill called the “Death With Dignity Act,” I was appalled. As a young mother, the thought of raising my children in an environment of state-approved suicide was terrifying. The suicide rate…

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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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Statement on Little Sisters of the Poor decision

Today’s Supreme Court decision makes it clear that the government must back off and allow people the freedom to practice their faith as they wish, without fear of draconian fines.  The Court agreed that government must find a way to reach its goals on contraceptive…

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Statement on briefs filed in Little Sisters of the Poor lawsuit

Yesterday, the Little Sisters of the Poor and other religious groups that just want to get back to their ministries heartily embraced the Supreme Court’s proposal that the government can provide women with drugs like abortion pills without involving nuns, pro-life priests, and religious colleges….

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Statement on Amoris Laetitia

The Holy Father has given the Church what Archbishop Chaput called “a serious and extensive reflection on Christian marriage.” Its very length, over 60,000 words and more than 250 pages long, is a manifestation of just how seriously the Church and Pope Francis take the…

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Statement on Little Sisters of the Poor oral arguments

Today in oral argument, Justice Kennedy and Chief Justice Roberts suggested that the government was “hijacking” the healthcare plan of the Little Sisters of the Poor to advance its agenda. That’s exactly what they are doing. And today outside the Court, an overwhelmingly female crowd…

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