A Place to Call Home

Amirah waited 842 days for her forever home. The emotional highs and lows leading to foster care would take their toll on any seven-year-old, but she was resilient. After only a couple of years with her foster family, they offered her a proposal, “Would you like us to...

Why Elites Fear Homeschooling

Guest column by Allison Gentala, homeschool mother and CAP board member Parents are the best people to direct the upbringing and education of their children. Our legal traditions and system clearly reflect this. The Supreme Court of the United States has recognized...

Beware The Quick Fix During A Crisis

The coronavirus presents opportunities, some constructive, some potentially destructive. I marvel at the businesses that have innovated to meet needs during the pandemic. I also shake my head at how some use the crisis to further their agendas. Some Arizona leaders...

Fear Melts Into Peace

Fear Melts Into Peace This Easter weekend, many are fearful, uncertain about the health of loved ones, unable to share Easter with family. The coronavirus has left many unable to celebrate births, weddings, and the lives of those who have passed. In the midst of this...

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