AFA of PA encourages Christians, through education, to become involved in pro-family issues in their community, state and the nation. This is some of what has been going on in the Commonwealth and the nation.
There are more troubling stories from 2016 and even as I sat down to write this with the intention of only including two I quickly remembered a couple others. If I sat even longer I could easily think of others, but we’ll stop at four!
As we enter 2017, Americans must ask themselves these questions:
a.) Why is corporate America taking the wrong side in the culture war and how corporations can weld enough power to force states into submission in order to further their leftist views.
b.) When the congressional record is clear as to the original intent of a law, how can the Department of Justice and Department of Education completely reinterpret the law and threaten schools with withholding federal funds if they don’t adhere to this new interpretation? Since when was a “sex assigned at birth”?
Over 100 lawmakers in Harrisburg have sent a letter to Governor Wolf stating in part, “We were disturbed to learn that you will continue to welcome Syrian refugees into the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. This decision places the welfare of individuals who live thousands of miles away above the welfare of the Pennsylvanians you were elected to serve. . . . . With great urgency, we ask you to follow the lead of your fellow governors who have taken strong and decisive action to protect their citizens and to reverse your decision to accept Syrian refugees within Pennsylvania borders.”
AFA of PA Weekly Update for the week ending March 16, 2012 is now available.
1.) In a statement released yesterday Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton stated, “On behalf of President Obama and the people of the United States, I am proud to reaffirm our support for LGBT communities at home and abroad . . .” Is she speaking for you? 2.) This is one of the most outrageous nominations that President Obama has made and this position puts Goodman Liu in line to be the “first Asian-American Supreme Court justice,” if there is a retirement this year or next.