Pressure mounts to repeal the 1993 law banning homosexuals in the military. A draft report by the president’s National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform calls for the elimination of the Office of Safe and Drug Free Schools.
Lower Merion Township will be voting on its ‘non-discrimination’ ordinance Wednesday evening, November 10, 2010 at 6:55 p.m. at the Township Administration Bldg – 2nd Floor Board Room, 75 East Lancaster Avenue in Ardmore.
Last month the Haverford Township Board of Commissioners was approached by a homosexual activist and asked to pass a so-called anti-discrimination ordinance with ‘sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression’ language. It is on a fast track for passage!
Don’t forget to vote next Tuesday, November 2nd. Yes, we are all VERY tired of listening to political TV and radio ads, of receiving all those robo-calls and of having our mailboxes full of campaign literature each afternoon.
Efforts to advance the homosexual agenda advance in the City of Bethlehem, Hatboro Borough, Lower Merion Township and Radnor Township; Dr. Alan Keyes will be in Pittsburgh soon; In God We Trust and a tribute to Dr. Don Wildmon.
HB 2479 would provide state and local law enforcement with full authority to apprehend Pennsylvania’s estimated 140,000 illegal aliens for deportation.
Senator Harry Reid intends to bring the Defense Authorization Act for a vote tomorrow afternoon. Amendments to the bill would lift the ban on open homosexuals in the military, allow abortions on all military bases and extend amnesty to some illegal aliens.
Congressman Steve King has authored a bill to repeal Obamacare and has 170 co-sponsors on a Discharge Petition. He needs 218 to work around Nancy Pelosi to bring it to a full House vote BEFORE the elections
The Administrative and Human Resources Committee of Lower Merion Township has recommended that the Board of Commissioners adopt a human rights ordinance with “sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression” language.
September 11 marks the ninth year since the terrorist attack on that fateful morning of September 11, 2001. Controversy continues to swirl around a proposed mosque a short distance from Ground Zero in New York City and the Flight 93 Crescent of Embrace memorial.