May 19, 2014 | | Posted in Family, Voting | Tags: Congress, governor, lieutenant governor, pennsylvania, primary election, state house, state senate, voters guide
Your vote is your voice, and your right to vote is a privilege, one of the precious freedoms many have fought and died to protect. It should not be taken for granted. Voting allows you the opportunity to have a voice in who governs our state and nation.
The 2014 Primary Election Voter’s Guide is an educational effort of the Pennsylvania Family Institute. This online, printable guide is designed to help you cast an informed vote in the Primary Election today, May 20th. This guide is impartial and … Read more
January 11, 2013 | | Posted in Religious Freedom | Tags: Congress, persecuted church, religious freedom
From Family Research Council:
Next Wednesday, January 16, the President will declare Religious Freedom Day. Congressman Frank Wolf (R-VA), as the author of the International Religious Freedom Act, knows the Day well. He helped created the Commission on Religious Freedom at the State Department–and last Congress, he did everything he could to create special religious envoy there. His legislation was blocked, ironically, by Senator John Kerry, the President’s nominee Secretary of State.
This month, Congressman Wolf is trying again–and he’ll need every Christian’s help to make it happen. The
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March 16, 2012 | | Posted in Family, Politics | Tags: Congress, election, president, registration, senate, voting
This year, the Pennsylvania Presidential Primary is a competitive one. Make sure you get out to vote in April!
You’ll get to vote for president of the United States, but will also vote on offices closer to home: your state representative and state senator, US representative in Congress and US senator.
Read the news on any given day and you’ll find that often it is local officials that make decisions that directly affect you, your family, your business, your church and your neighbors.
How are your elected officials doing to … Read more
February 9, 2012 | | Posted in Health, Life, Politics | Tags: birth control, Congress, mandate, prolife, religious liberty
A large group of U.S. Congressmen has sent a letter to Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius blasting the administration’s “unprecedented overreach” against the religious freedom of countless Christian schools, hospitals, and charities by forcing them to pay for all contraception, including abortifacients, and sterilizations.
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October 11, 2011 | | Posted in Health, Life, Politics | Tags: abortion, Congress, health care, joe pitts, pro-life
The US House will consider H.R. 358, the “Protect Life Act.” The measure, introduced by Rep. Joe Pitts (R-Pa.), would prohibit federal funds from going toward any health care plan that covers abortion services; it also would block funding from being withheld from institutions that are opposed to providing abortions.
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September 28, 2011 | | Posted in Life, Politics | Tags: Congress, Lila Rose, live action, Planned Parenthood, sex trafficking
For the first time in history, Congress has launched their own investigation into the well known abuse scandals and sex-trafficking cover-up within the walls of the nation’s biggest abortion chain, Planned Parenthood. Just seven months ago, Live Action’s undercover videos prompted the first congressional defunding of Planned Parenthood.
Lila Rose, founder of Live Action, is our keynote speaker at the Lancaster Friends of the Family Banquet on Friday, November 4th at 6:30pm at the Lancaster Host Resort. Tickets and Sponsorships are available. Click here to find out more … Read more
March 22, 2010 | | Posted in Politics | Tags: abortion, character, Congress, elections, family, healthcare, Politics, voting
My good friend Lee Wishing of Grove City College’s Center for Vision and Values wrote a great piece on last night’s Obamacare vote, and the deceitfulness of those who advanced it. It appears in today’s WORLD magazine blog.
Read it here.… Read more