Parental rights

Power Struggle: Parents v. Activists

The fight to keep parents in the dark is curiously intense. Why so secret? As parents begin to ask questions, some teachers and school officials have become indignant and protective – not necessarily of the students, but of their own ideas. “GLSEN is coaching teachers...

WHPA: Abortion Industry’s Dream

The U.S. Senate is poised to vote Monday on the Women's Health Protection Act, which has less to do with protecting women and more to do with abortion and the transgender movement. The WHPA would enshrine abortion into federal law, superseding state abortion laws. It...

HB 2161 Acknowledges Parental Rights

A Statement from Center for Arizona Policy President Cathi Herrod, Esq. At a time when parents throughout the country are realizing their rights are in jeopardy, Arizona is setting the standard for how to protect those fundamental parental rights. Today’s party line...

3 For 3

The Arizona Legislature has been in session less than a month and already one CAP-supported bill has passed the full Senate and heads to the House for consideration. Senators passed the Save Women’s Sports Act Wednesday on a party line vote, starting this session off...

Clashing Worldviews

Children will be guided by someone. Either their parents have that right and responsibility or those running the government, schools, and medical community claim it. The clash of those two worldviews was on full display this week when lawmakers heard HB 2161 in the...

Families in the Crosshairs

In order to “Build Back Better,” one has to first tear things down. In the case of the $1.7 trillion social spending bill Democrats are now trying to pass, it appears at least one target for demolition is the family. The social spending bill, whittled down from the...