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How they’ve been losing ever since

Posted in Life on: January 22nd, 2013
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“Abortion-rights advocates won an epic victory in Roe v Wade. They’ve been losing ever since.”

The cover of the recent Time Magazine summarized what we’ve seen right here in Arizona over the last four decades.

But the Time’s article went on to lament how abortion advocates have squandered their victory over this period, and the magazine glossed over the root of how pro-lifers have built an American majority that favors life.

The cultural shift in America towards embracing the pro-life position has happened person by person and family by family. (more…)

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ICYMI: War on Women? The Undeniable Roots of Pro-Life Feminism

Posted in Life on: May 2nd, 2012
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Last week, the Arizona Republic ran two “Fact Checks” on statements made by Representative Terri Proud about the history of women supporting the pro-life movement.

In both cases, the Republic ignored the overwhelming evidence that Susan B. Anthony was a pro-life supporter and said Rep. Proud’s statements were not true. (more…)

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Mandating Ideology

Posted in Marriage & Family, Religious Liberty on: December 1st, 2011
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Jennifer Keeton is a graduate student at Augusta State University in Georgia who, like millions of Christians across the country, holds a biblical belief about homosexuality. 

It’s because of this biblical worldview that Augusta State has offered Jennifer an ultimatum: reject your sincerely held religious beliefs or you will not receive your degree in counseling.

The university is demanding that Jennifer denounce her stance that homosexuality is morally wrong and that sexual behavior can be changed. The school is also trying to force Jennifer to attend “sensitivity training” and gay pride events.


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City Elections’ Impact on the State

Posted in News on: June 24th, 2011
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Hype is steadily growing for the 2012 presidential election, but we may be overlooking a critically important election right in our own neighborhood.

On August 30, 2011, cities throughout Arizona will be holding elections for mayor and city council, including Phoenix, Tucson, Yuma, and Prescott.

According to the Arizona Republic, a disappointing 10 percent of Phoenix residents are projected to vote in this election which will ultimately decide who will control the most close-to-home issues for the next four years. While many of us are preoccupied with the gargantuan battles being fought at the state and federal levels, it seems we’re neglecting the tangible battles that are occurring daily in our city governments. (more…)

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