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What an incredible year it has been! It's not an easy thing to roll back years of anti-faith, anti-family policies. Not to mention the fact that the far left extremists have grown so emboldened that they have done everything possible to destroy civility and coarsen the national dialogue. But those are...
I want to begin by thanking everyone who sent a birthday wish this week. Deborah surprised me with a (frankly, enormous) card containing all of your messages, and I was so touched to see how many of you stopped to send me a personal note on my birthday. As you...
On Nov. 2, Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN) demonstrated a level of disrespect and incivility that proved he is unfit to represent the people of his district. During a hearing on the Heartbeat Protection Bill of 2017, Rep. Cohen lost his temper and any hint of professional bearing and launched...
For many, many Americans, Sundays are a day of rest and worship. We go to church, spend the day with family, and put aside the conflicts and stresses that have occupied our working week. It's a day when we reflect on our shared humanity, our place in the world, and...
States have a way of defining themselves by the kind of people they elect and the kind of legislation they prioritize. And what Oregon cares about is supporting the abortion industry (never forget that abortion is a billion-dollar business). That's why Oregon is handing out free abortions to everyone in...
It's so good to be home again! Deborah and I have just returned to the U.S. after spending nearly a week in South Korea, attending a special clergy conference for world peace. It was a deeply inspiring trip, and we had the pleasure of hearing from different clergy members from around...
By Sam Stockard (click for original source) Memphis civil rights activist Bill Owens, who campaigned for Republican Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential race, is criticizing a state legislator who refused to back his political efforts in a statement on the House floor. Owens, president of the Coalition of African American...
March 16 was a pretty exciting day for us at CAAP. Because I was fortunate enough to be honored on the floor of the Tennessee State Legislature for the years that I've put in to defending faith, family, and justice. I even had the opportunity to meet with Gov. Haslam. It...
After a personal incident highlighted for us how African American boys can have their dreams and thirst for knowledge destroyed as early as preschool, CAAP is determined to end discrimination in schools. By doing so, we hope to bridge the education achievement gap that helps thwart African American success. We...
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