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Why Do You Care?

The often-stated argument from the LGBTQ movement demanding same-sex marriage in 2015 was, “It doesn’t affect you.” They asked the rhetorical question, “Why do you care?” This is why: Another Christian professional is in court defending her right to free speech and to...

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A Deluge of Dogma

Prepare to be engulfed in every color of the rainbow, inundated with messages suggesting you have no choice but to embrace the ever-growing alphabet of the LGBTQ+ movement. It is no longer about acceptance, all must submit at the expense of your own beliefs of...

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Summer Assignment

Before settling into summer, consider the fall. Blink and the kids will be starting a new year of school. Now is the time to make thoughtful, well-informed decisions about what is best for your children or grandchildren. Gratefully, Arizona provides many options for...

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Roe’s Radical Rage

If it were up to both of Arizona’s U.S. Senators, the radical Women’s Health Protection Act would have passed this week, codifying Roe v Wade into federal law. Both Senators Kyrsten Sinema and Mark Kelly voted Wednesday to advance the extreme abortion bill....

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Ready for Roe’s Demise

When I read, “We hold that Roe and Casey must be overruled” I had to catch my breath.  The leaked draft opinion from the U.S. Supreme Court in the Dobbs case was a complete and scathing rejection of Roe v Wade, overturning nearly 50 years of faulty rationale...

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A Day in Court

Coach Kennedy had his day in court and according to those who follow the U.S. Supreme Court closely, it went well for him - and for the case for religious freedom. A review by SCOTUS Blog indicates a majority of justices seemed to be sympathetic to Joseph Kennedy’s...

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