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Daily Signal: The Lessons We Can Learn From Justice Thomas’ Life

Daily Signal: The Lessons We Can Learn From Justice Thomas’ Life

By Andrea Picciotti-Bayer I have been raising kids for more than 20 years. These days one of my teenage boys is a particular challenge. He doesn’t take well to lectures, and I doubt he is picking up on any “life lessons” watching me in action….

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Christian Post: ‘Emanuel’ film shows power of forgiveness

Christian Post: ‘Emanuel’ film shows power of forgiveness

By Andrea Picciotti-Bayer On the evening of June 17, 2015, 21-year old Dylann Roof walked into Charleston’s “Mother Emanuel” church. There, he found a group of the faithful about to begin a Bible study in the basement of the South Carolina church. They welcomed him and…

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CNS News: DC’s Women in White Need to Learn from Damas de Blancos – And Fast

CNS News: DC’s Women in White Need to Learn from Damas de Blancos – And Fast

By Grazie Pozo Christie Optics are everything – at least, in politics. And the display of women Democrats dressed in white and looking sour as President Trump condemned socialism and late-term abortion was an exercise in poor optics. Here in Miami, what we fondly call…

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Townhall: Let’s Celebrate Good Men

Townhall: Let’s Celebrate Good Men

By Andrea Piccioti-Bayer In the past several weeks Americans have faced a seemingly endless government shut down, polar temperatures across much of the country and a full-blown attack on manhood. While each is disconcerting, the assault on manhood is by far the most dangerous. It…

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CNS News: What Kind of Feminism, Empowerment, ‘Choice’ Is It to Push Legalization of Prostitution?

CNS News: What Kind of Feminism, Empowerment, ‘Choice’ Is It to Push Legalization of Prostitution?

By Andrea Picciotti-Bayer A group of New York State lawmakers want to make prostitution legal in the Empire State.  Not to be out done by her “progressive” sisters and brothers, California U.S. Senator Kamala Harris has made prostitution decriminalization a platform plank in her campaign for the Democratic…

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Examiner: Trump’s new USAID education policy props up world youth

Examiner: Trump’s new USAID education policy props up world youth

By Grazie Pozo Christie The U.S. Agency for International Development has just announced a policy to guide U.S. investments in the education of foreign children. Here’s the critical piece: The new policy stresses Americans’ commitment to the world’s most marginalized children, including girls, who are too often…

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The Hill:US has made a genuine response to the plight of Iraq’s persecuted religious minorities

The Hill:US has made a genuine response to the plight of Iraq’s persecuted religious minorities

By Andrea Picciotti-Bayer President Trump will soon have a chance to make up for some lost time in supporting Iraqi religious minorities that ISIS threatened with extinction. Rep. Chris Smith (R-N.J.) and his colleagues in Congress want to make sure our concern for the victims of genocide has…

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Examiner: How an American Catholic organization has helped persecuted Middle East Christians

Examiner: How an American Catholic organization has helped persecuted Middle East Christians

By Andrea Picciotti-Bayer Most people know that Christians in the Middle East have recently endured severe persecution at the hands of ISIS. But most people don’t know that, for years, a brotherhood of men have been quietly and vigilantly working behind the scenes on behalf…

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RealClear: The Women’s March and Backpage.com: A Sordid Story

RealClear: The Women’s March and Backpage.com: A Sordid Story

By Ashley McGuire   No. That’s about all there is to say in response to the official Women’s March Twitter page, which decried the federal government’s move to seize and shut down Backpage.com, a multibillion-dollar internet human trafficking platform. Except that there is so much more…

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The Hill: Sex trafficking bill necessary step to protect women, children from enslavement

The Hill: Sex trafficking bill necessary step to protect women, children from enslavement

By Grazie Pozo Christie With the passage by the Senate of the Allow States and Victims to Fight Sex Trafficking Act (FOSTA), Congress has come down decisively on the side of exploited women and children, and against website owners who intentionally support the sale of…

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