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CAAP Meets with Sen. Rand Paul to Dis...



paul Recently, CAAP met with Senator Rand Paul to discuss those issues that are most important to our community. The conversation ranged from opinions expressed regarding the government and the Bundy standoff to key social justice issues at the heart of CAAP’s mission, such as putting an end to sentencing inequities. The meeting was not an e [...]

Capitalism Institute Highlights Holde...



holder CAAP’s ongoing effort to hold Attorney General Eric Holder accountable for abandoning his duty to defend the law and the Constitution in favor of undermining marriage and forwarding the homosexual agenda continues to draw attention. Recently, the Capitalism Institute highlighted our effort, quoting Rev. Owens extensively and offering su [...]

Video: The Attack on the Black Family



View_of_Crowd_at_1963_March_on_Washington When we talk about the effects of same-sex marriage, we always come back to our two highest values–faith and family. It seems so obvious that the destruction of traditional marriage is yet another blow to the black family, with untold harm for our children. And yet, there are some who still don’t understand the importance of this [...]

Register for the March for Marriage



march 2 The March for Marriage will be on June 19th in Washington, DC. For more information about the March, see this information page or go the March’s main website here. CAAP will be holding a few special events for our partners, friends, and family, so please don’t forget to register.   #form-7-1406132145 { width: 600px; text-ali [...]

Speaking Truth on a Terrible Trend



boy The marriage movement is not about politics … it’s about preserving the family It has come to my attention that there are some serious misconceptions as to why I’m so passionate about defending traditional marriage. This is not about politics. And it’s not about Left and Right and the various parties. Let them fight ov [...]

Situational Ethics in the 21st Centur...



question-mark By Tim Erson A photographer is asked by a hunting club to take pictures of hunters as they pose next to the animals they’ve shot. The photographer is a vegetarian and thinks that hunting is cruel. He turns down the work. Do the hunters have a right to sue the photographer for turning down the work? A baker/cake decorator is asked to dec [...]

It’s High Time that we wake up out of...



It’s High Time that we wake up out of sleep… Things are changing in our nation; a ‘transformation’ is taking place, a change that was declared by President Obama when he took office in ‘2009.   Today we are constantly going through ‘changes’ in this nation; changes that the majority of Americans did not sign up for. Those of us, who believe i [...]

Guest Post: Bishop Darryl Husband, Sr...



On November 7, 2006 the voters of our state chose to enshrine the traditional definition of marriage into our Constitution. The Virginia Marriage Amendment, which states that “only a union between one man and one woman may be a marriage valid in or recognized by this Commonwealth and its political subdivisions,” was approved that day by a wid [...]

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