How safe is your neighborhood? Does your municipality have ordinances to regulate sexually oriented businesses? How many convenience stores in your neighborhood sell pornography? How many x-rated DVDs are in the video store down the street? How about your local library – your child’s school library — do they have filters on their computers?
Remember the end of April is the deadline for you to leave comments on the proposed changes to the FCC rules on broadcast television and radio obscenity. They propose to allow expletives and “brief non-sexual displays of nudity” during family hour — 6:00 p.m. till 10:00 p.m. The FCC wants to focus on penalizing only “egregious” cases not what they consider “minor” transgressions.
1.) Which Presidential candidate will enforce the federal obscenity laws? 2.) Another ‘gay’ historic marker in Philadelphia!
1.) How did your Congressman vote on taxpayer dollars for abortion? 2.) Eric Holder said what!
1.) DOJ shuts down our toll free number! Here’s the new one. 2.) Crucial vote to stop tax payer funding of abortion is today.
Today the American Family Association of Pennsylvania (AFA of PA), a member of the War on Illegal Pornography a coalition of over 70 national and state organizations, commended Congressmen Mark Critz, Mike Kelly and Joe Pitts for taking a stand for not only Pennsylvania families, but all families in America.
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!
Today in a letter faxed to Pennsylvania’s newly sworn-in 46th Governor, the American Family Association of Pennsylvania (AFA of PA), a statewide traditional values group, encouraged the new governor to come to the defense of families and children.
ICANN advances ICM Registry, LLC proposal to approve XXX Domain for pornographic sites. A move by the pornographer from the .com domain to the .xxx domain is entirely voluntary, thus leading to a greater proliferation of porn.