Did You See What They Did There?

For many of us, June has been about summertime vacations and family weddings. If you are not yet aware that June now is the designated “Pride Month,” it’s critical to be alert to the culture shift going on around us. This is especially true because the frequent...

Dobbs v. Roe?

Will Dobbs be the beginning of the end of Roe? About this time next year we could have the answer to that very important question. The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization in the next term, which begins the first...

Never Say Die

A significant victory for parental rights slipped through the cracks less than three weeks ago when Governor Doug Ducey vetoed SB 1456. But we never say die here at CAP. So, we worked with lawmakers and the Governor’s office to basically revive the bill with the...

Keep Praying!

One of the most powerful acts for the good of our country happened yesterday as heads bowed and knees bent in submission to God on the 70th annual National Day of Prayer. The official theme asked, “LORD pour out Your LOVE, LIFE, and LIBERTY” on the nation. Organizers...

Staying Open

Arizona has 31% fewer small businesses than it did just before the COVID-19 outbreak. The government mandated shutdown clearly took a toll. But even as fear of getting the virus drove customers away, fear of being held liable for spreading the virus fueled business...

Tweets, Lies & a Surprise

We discuss the week’s events on our latest podcast. Click the graphic to listen.  Surprised, But Alive In a surprise move, Senator Tyler Pace on the Senate floor this week voted against Senator Nancy Barto’s pro-life bill, SB 1457. It was a tough hit to take, but we...