1.) War on Illegal Pornography 2.) Wisconsin under assault 3.) Christian Bed and Breakfast owners attacked by homosexual activists
It has been fifteen years since there’s been a concerted effort to rein in the flow of illegal adult pornography in this country. Too many people just believe that child pornography is illegal, but that is NOT what the law says! Success in this War on Illegal Pornography is very possible if you help. It is time to make a major effort against pornography!
Congress will vote this afternoon on Rep. Mike Pence’s (R-IN) Amendment No. 11 to the budget bill — H.R. 1. This amendment would prevent government funding for Planned Parenthood which received over $360,000,000 in taxpayer dollars last year.
The American Family Association of Pennsylvania is a member of the War on Illegal Pornography, which is a coalition of nearly 60 national and state groups working to get federal laws against illegal adult pornography enforced. We need your help right now.
1.) In recent week homosexual activist groups have been relentless in their attacks on Chick-Fil-A, the Christian family-owned fast food restaurant. 2.) Senator Pat Toomey and Rick Santorum plan on speaking at CPAC which has partnered with the homosexual group GOProud.
1.) Is GLSEN’s No Name Calling Week in Your Child’s School this week? 2.) Obamacare repeal in the Senate
1.) By a vote of 245 to 189 the US House voted to repeal Obamacare. How did the PA delegation vote? 2.) Congress must step in to give the people of Washington, DC an opportunity to vote on marriage.
Vote to repeal Obamacare and to slow repeal of DADT.
Another municipality in southeastern Pennsylvania is considering a homosexual special rights ordinance. Why is this a special rights ordinance? What other law is passed simply based upon the sexual activity in which you engage or who you THINK you are? This has nothing to do with civil rights since such laws historically have been extended to groups which show immutable (unchangeable) characteristics, political powerlessness, and have experienced a long history of discrimination.
Commissioner Holmes has indicated he will ask the Board of Commissioners to reconsider the original version of the anti-discrimination ordinance on Monday, January 10th. He nor any of the other supporters of the ordinance have answered any of the questions we posed to them in a November 8th e-mail.