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USA TODAY: Dr. Leana Wen’s departure from Planned Parenthood exposes the organization’s true identity

By Ashley McGuire There are public relations problems and there are public relations crises. Then there is what Planned Parenthood is experiencing with the departure of its former president, Dr. Leana Wen. Wen, the first doctor to run the abortion chain in nearly five decades, is not going quietly…

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Washington Times: Saving a monument from radical secularism

By Andrea Picciotti-Bayer Should a 93-year-old World War I monument in the shape of a cross be leveled to the ground? Or just have its horizontal arms sawed off so it is no longer a cross and, thus, no longer offensive to the American Humanist…

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EWTN: The history of Christianity’s fight against infanticide

Policy advisor Grazie Christie appears on EWTN to talk about Christianity’s age-old fight against the barbaric practice of infanticide, a topic that is sadly still relevant today. Watch here.

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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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NRO: Britain Needs Its Own Mexico City Policy, to Stop Funding Abortion Overseas

By Grazie Pozo Christie Most Brits oppose the practice. They want to see women and children thrive, especially in places where poverty and unrest are rampant. One of the first of the Trump administration’s many pro-life moves was to stop funding abortion overseas. Trump reinstated and…

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TCA Statement on Bladensburg Peace Cross Supreme Court Ruling

June 20, 2019 “In saving the historic Bladensburg Peace Cross from the American Humanists’ bulldozers, the Supreme Court has brought common sense and clarity to this important First Amendment issue: The Constitution does not require eliminating the great symbols of America’s religious pluralism from the…

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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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RealClearPolitics: Omar Errs in Her Views on Women — and Religious Belief

By Ashley McGuire Rep. Ilhan Omar is developing quite a track record for demonizing entire swaths of America, and her latest target is religious pro-lifers. In a several minutes-long rant better suited to “Mean Girls” than the floor of the House of Representatives, the freshman Democrat…

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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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Catholic Herald UK: America Comment Iraq’s Christians are slowly coming home, but they face grave new threats

By Andrea Picciotti-Bayer Saly and Rahma are like so many young American university students. In their second year at Catholic University, these two young women are serious students, thoughtful and articulate. They talk excitedly about their chosen majors and their plans for the future. Both…

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