Religious freedom

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...

It’s Time

Arizona’s primary election is less than four months away. It’s time to prepare. But first: Capitol Update: Religious Freedom Victory! Governor Ducey this week signed CAP-supported SB 1399, protecting the interest of children and faith based foster care and adoption...

Under the Guise of Compromise

The goal was not to move the bill, but to sell an idea; a narrative of coexistence and equal protections for both LBGTQ activists and religious Arizonans. Speaker of the House, Rusty Bowers called an ad hoc hearing on his bill, HB 2802 and activists praised the...

Faith, Freedom, and Football

High school football coach, Joseph Kennedy, always prayed a quiet prayer of thanks after each game, acknowledging God’s blessings. Players eventually asked to join him, and it became routine – until an atheist player complained and the school district obliged, asking...

At Risk: Children, Religious Freedom

Children cannot drink alcohol, smoke cigarettes, or get a tattoo until they are of a certain age. They don’t yet have the ability to assess the risks and consequences of potentially dangerous or permanent decisions. But many Arizona lawmakers believe children can make...

Every Step a Worthy Battle

Listen to CAP's latest podcast here Pro-life advocates hold back emboldened attacks on life, while fighting for every victory along the way. We see it at the State Legislature, in Congress, from the White House, and in the courts. We celebrate and protect the...

Devil, Details

Whatever you think about the state of our roads, bridges, and other infrastructure, we can agree that fundamentally changing the definition of sex in federal law shouldn’t be part of infrastructure funding. But there it is, hidden deep in the 2,702 page, $1 trillion...