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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...

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Death by a Thousand Cuts

Educational freedom opponents continue their attacks on Arizona families, one cut at a time. One state Senator filed a dozen anti-educational freedom bills this session. Two of those bills were heard this week in committee. Unfortunately, one of them passed. Senate...

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We Need a Law for This?

Who would have imagined even ten years ago that Arizona would need a law that defines male and female and helps keep boys out of girls’ locker rooms? But here we are. So, Arizona Senator Sine Kerr sponsored SB 1628, the Arizona Women’s Bill of Rights to bring clarity,...

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Nothing to See Here

They are growing bolder and reaching further. Abortion activists believe this is their year. They want abortion on demand with no limits, no regulations, no accountability, and as accessible as Tylenol. The abortion industry and their cohorts in state and federal...

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Expect More Hits

We are expecting more hits as Governor Hobbs prepares to unveil her budget proposal today. It will not be a surprise when she attempts to cut back educational freedom and expand abortion any way she can. Governor Hobbs made it clear earlier this week that she is no...

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None of The Above

You probably perceive it, but now we know that the number of Americans who have stepped away from organized religion has significantly increased over the past few decades. Those who do not belong to or practice a particular religious faith has grown from about 5% in...

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