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Action Alert – Trying to Push God Out of PA

As our nation takes time to reflect today on the terrorist attacks upon us thirteen years ago, we have been reminded this week that the attacks upon our American principles and her history do not just happen through the efforts of small groups on passenger jets. We were attacked physically on September 11, 2001 resulting in the loss of thousands of lives, but our founding principles, our basic beliefs are also under attack by those who are attempting to rewrite our nation’s history in an effort to create a God-less America. We can look all around us to see the results of pushing God out of the public square and it’s not a pretty picture!

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News Release – Allegheny County Council Urged to Approve National Motto

This evening Allegheny County Council is considering Resolution 8376-14 which would allow the posting of our Nation’s Motto “In God We Trust” and the Bill of Rights in the Gold Room, where the Allegheny County Council meets in the Allegheny County Courthouse. The American Family Association of Pennsylvania (AFA of PA), a statewide advocate for the First Amendment, has contacted Allegheny County Council members asking them to support this patriotic statement.

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Allegheny County Alert: Ask Council to Support National Motto

On July 1, 2014, Allegheny County Councilwoman, Sue Means introduced a resolution to have our National Motto, “In God We Trust,” displayed in the Allegheny County Council Chambers, Resolution #8376-14. This resolution proposes the posting of the National Motto along with the Bill of Rights.

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Action Alert: Thank These Judges

Recently three Lancaster County district judges have announced they will no longer perform marriages because of their religious convictions. Judges Joshua Keller, David Miller and Stuart Mylin have stopped performing all marriages. In the article, note the comment of Judge John C. Winters who says he has performed four or five same-sex “marriages” – the largest number noted in the article. “I thought at first (when same-sex marriages became legal here) it would be a surge, then a flattening off, but it’s just been a steady mixing of marriages,” he said. And why’s that? Because there are not that many same-sex couples wanting to marry! It will not have the great economic impact that proponents of same-sex marriage claim.