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Komen Foundation Waffling

The drama surrounding the Komen Foundation's announcement they would cut off funding to Planned Parenthood continues to develop, even as I write this. On Tuesday, the Susan G. Komen Foundation, which works to cure breast cancer, announced a change in their policies...

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Where the Critics Go Wrong on School Choice

Education is on everyone’s mind at the Legislature this session. Governor Brewer announced that improving education as a key part of her plans for 2012 when she said in her State of the State address that we will see “excellence and accountability in our education...

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Mandating Ideology

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...

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Gambling Expansion is Not the Answer

The growth of gambling in Arizona and across the country has had a desensitizing-effect on many people. Often all we see on TV are the big paydays and hear the talking points about how much revenue gambling can allegedly create for cash-strapped states. Arizona, like...

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Arizona’s Right to Promote Life

For years in Arizona, we’ve seen those who oppose our work at the Legislature turn to the courts to try and stop CAP-supported bills from taking effect. Getting a bill through the House and Senate and signed by the Governor is not an easy process, but often it’s only...

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Man Knows Not His Time

Yesterday I received the sad news that a dear ministry friend, Pastor Leo Godzich, passed away following a car accident while in Uganda to preach. I first met Leo twenty-five years ago when he was ministering to individuals suffering from AIDS. Through the years, Leo...

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