5 Minutes for Families

Giving Men Women’s Rights

Did Congress intend to include boys and men living as girls and women when they voted to protect female opportunities in education? The answer is easy when you consider lawmakers amended the Civil Rights Act to include Title IX protections way back in 1972. No matter,...

Help for Parents, Students

If Christ’s disciples stole his body and Jesus never rose from the dead, Christianity is built on sand and we are “to be pitied,” as the Apostle Paul put it. But how do we know they didn’t steal Christ’s body? What is the evidence that the Son of God died and rose...

Abortion 5, Babies 0

I’ve had two days to sit with the grievous Arizona House decision to repeal the most protective pro-life law in Arizona’s history, and I still choke on the words. Even with a slim pro-life majority, not enough members could agree to hold strong and protect unborn...

Holding the Line

Many thought the House and Senate might fold on abortion, but nothing is predictable at the Arizona Capitol. Local and national news media, pro-life and pro-abortion activists descended on the state Capitol Wednesday for a showdown on the pre-Roelaw prohibiting...

Sore Winners

Center for Arizona Policy wasn’t around when the state’s pre-Roe law was in effect in 1973, and I wasn’t sure I would be around to see it reinstated.  But thanks to this week’s Arizona Supreme Court ruling, I can gratefully say: Abortion is illegal in Arizona except...

Legal ≠ Safe

Just because something is legal, does not mean it is safe. Some agendas are just that powerful. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) under the Biden presidency rolled back most safety precautions on the abortion pill in recent years, leading to a significant...

Seriously Damaged

Those to first buy off on the tragic lie of “transitioning” children are now the first to raise a red flag. Acknowledging children have been seriously damaged, European countries continue their withdrawal from the futile and tragic effort to change the sex of...

Mayes Issues Fraudulent Alert

This week’s edition was written by CAP Vice President Policy, Greg Scott.  Arizona’s Attorney General Kris Mayes misused the power of her office March 13 to launch an unprovoked, dishonest attack on pregnancy resource centers (PRCs). The report produced by the...

You Want to Talk About Fraud?

I agree; government programs rife with fraud and abuse should be held accountable. Nearly $26 million in documented fraud locally and a 23% fraud rate in one government funded program alone is unacceptable. But that’s not what is making the news. What is? A single...

No Matter How Small

It is no small victory that the Alabama Supreme Court ruled 8-1 that frozen embryos are unborn babies protected by state law. The majority wrote, “All parties to these cases, like all members of this Court, agree that an unborn child is a genetically unique human...