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Trump, global religious freedom needs US ambassador to lead

By Andrea Picciotti-Bayer The University of Notre Dame’s Center for Ethics and Culture and the Religious Freedom Institute just held a day-long symposium on the persecution of Christians world-wide. Government officials, business leaders, academics, human-rights and religious leaders gathered at the National Press Club to…

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SCOTUS playground case can end anti-religion, anti-Catholic law

By Ashley McGuire When a recent out of town visitor stepped onto my daughter’s school playground, she gasped at the springy surface underneath her feet. I explained that like so many schools and parks around the country, her school had used recycled rubber tires for…

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The Anti-Catholic Blaine Amendments Must Go

By Andrea Picciotti-Bayer On Wednesday, April 19, the Supreme Court—fully seated with nine Justices including Justice Gorsuch—will hear oral argument in Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia, Inc. v. Pauley. With twenty-seven groups filing in support of Trinity Lutheran and six filing in support of the Pauley,…

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Donald Trump Should Appoint a Religious Freedom Ambassador

By Grazie Pozo Christie For Christians around the world, Holy Week, beginning on Palm Sunday and ending on Easter, is spent contemplating the scandalous story of the torture and execution of an innocent man. Although here in the U.S. we live a comfortable distance away…

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Can We Please Let Catholic Schools Stay Catholic?

American schoolchildren ought to have access to a quality education in a safe and nurturing environment — yet too many children are consigned by geography to public schools that are anything but safe and nurturing. That’s where Catholic schools come in. It’s at these schools…

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Trump Admin Should Relieve Doctors, Hospitals of Obama-Era Initiative

By Grazie Christie The Trump Administration issued a new guidance that reverses the Obama-era directive requiring schools to allow children suffering from gender dysphoria to use the restroom of their choice, regardless of their sex. The Trump Administration should likewise relieve doctors and hospitals from a similar…

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See TCA’s Ashley McGuire’s quote in the Charlotte Observer on newly appointed HHS Secretary Rep Tom Price, R-GA

“We are confident that rep. Price will finally put an end to the anti-religious liberty HHS mandate, as well as introduce comprehensive reforms to restore the agency as one that genuinely promotes health care that respects human life and dignity,” says Ashley McGuire, Senior fellow…

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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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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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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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