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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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CNA: Can Asia Bibi remain acquitted of blasphemy in Pakistan?

By Andrea Picciotti-Bayer This Tuesday a three-judge panel of Pakistan’s Supreme Court will decide whether to reconsider its acquittal of a Pakistani Christian mother-of-five on charges of blasphemy. Yes, you read that right. One of our allies in the fight against terror may be having…

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Washington Times: Applying liberal dog whistles to judicial nominations

By Maureen Ferguson The religious beliefs of nominees have suddenly become fair game in the judicial confirmation process. Consider the frosty line of questioning Sens. Kamala Harris and Mazie Hirono recently leveled at a federal judicial nominee. In a questionnaire for federal court nominee Brian Buescher, Ms. Harris pointed out that,…

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RealClearReligion: Anti-Catholicism Lives Loudly in Democrats

By Ashley McGuire Democrats just keep outdoing themselves. In the domain of anti-Catholic bigotry, that is. Until recently, it was hard to believe that they could be any more anti-Catholic then they were after the Amy Coney Barrett kerfuffle, in which Senators Feinstein (D-CA) and…

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Examiner: How to destroy nursing’s sacred covenant, with one bad decision

By Grazie Pozo Christie Proponents of assisted suicide have been so successful in decriminalizing it that, today, one in five Americans lives in a jurisdiction that allows the practice. Proponents want doctors’ and nurses’ professional associations to reject the Hippocratic oath’s command to “do no…

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The Hill: Voters are repulsed by no holds barred abortion legislation

By Grazie Pozo Christie Virginia, Rhode Island and Massachusetts legislators are all rushing to follow New York’s passage of the Reproductive Health Act by proposing similar bills — ones that would legalize abortion right up to birth. Virginia Governor Ralph Northam (D) expressed his support of the…

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