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March 11, 2020

Arizona House Passes Bill that Would Protect Women's Sports

Author: James Gottry

Last week, the Arizona House passed—on party lines—the "Save Women's Sports Act." As noted by the Center for Arizona Policy, this bill seeks to preserve equal opportunities for women by

February 04, 2020

Why Can't We Have a Civil Discussion Across the Aisle

When the late LGBTQ leader Donna Red Wing asked me out for coffee, I accepted out of intrigue. I never envisioned one day we would become dear friends, challenging and inspiring many to ...

January 09, 2020

What does "Fairness for All" Mean for People of Faith?

Author: James Gottry

In December, a U.S. representative introduced legislation titled "Fairness for All," touting it as "a balanced legislative solution for preserving religious freedom and protecting LGBT ...

November 19, 2019

Why Can't Colorado Tolerate Jack Phillips' Beliefs?

Author: Jim Campbell

For over six years, Jack Phillips asked Colorado to return something they stole from him: his freedom. Jack is a cake artist. He opened his business, Masterpiece Cakeshop, in 1993. And from ...

September 25, 2019

Merriam-Webster Welcomes "they" Into the Nonbinary Crowd

Author: James Gottry

Just days ago, Merriam-Webster announced it was adding 533 new words and meanings to the dictionary. Among other changes, readers can now find a ready definition for "dad joke" or "escape ...

September 06, 2019

Boys in Girls Locker Rooms? This School Board Might Allow It

Author: James Gottry

Our public schools have a responsibility to protect the privacy, safety, and dignity of all students. But increasingly, government officials are being pressured to extend special privileges ...

August 27, 2019

Freedom of Conscience Matters for All Americans

Author: James Gottry

Do Christians surrender their First Amendment rights when they enter the public square? You'll likely agree the answer to this question is clear. The First Amendment binds our government ...