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Question the Mules

Question the mules. That’s the only reasonable response to the evidence presented by Dinesh D’Souza’s new movie, 2000 Mules. The documentary offers concerning evidence of election fraud in the 2020

Supreme Leak— A Law Clerk’s Perspective

By Alexandra McPhee, CWA’s Director of Government Relations   Working as a judicial law clerk for the Supreme Court of Virginia remains one of the greatest experiences of my personal

Steady as the Enemy Panics on Abortion

Let darkness squelch and screech at the loss of the sacrifices they value. The violent among them will stir up the multitudes to fulfill their vision and protest that the

Prayer at the Supreme Court

One of the great evangelists of the Nineteenth Century, Dwight L. Moody, famously said, “The Christian on his knees sees more than the philosopher on tiptoe.” The reality of those

Reason Demands an End to Roe

A young wife and her husband were enthusiastically awaiting the birth of their first baby. It was a girl. They had already done a big baby shower with family and

Nance in Newsweek: What Does ‘Woman’ Mean?

Nance’s latest op-ed comes in response to Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson’s inability to even define “woman” in her confirmation hearings last week. Her insistence that, because she was

Catastrophic Day 2 for Ketanji Brown Jackson

Early in the second day, the focus of the hearings for Ketanji Brown Jackson’s (KBJ) nomination to the United States Supreme Court was on a concerning pattern that has emerged