December 31, 2003 - Headliners Club Update
December 11, 2003 -- Philadelphia's Gay Tourism Campaign - "Get Your History Straight and Your Night Life Gay" News Release
November 17, 2003 -- Philadelphia Department of Human Services Continues Pushing Gay Adoption -- News Release
Fight to Save Terri Schiavo's life, click here for details
October 8, 2003 -- Philadelphia Boy Scout Leaders Ready to Cave? Action Alert
September 29, 2003 -- Effort Underway to Declare Homosexuality a Civil Right in PA Action Alert
September 16, 2003 -- Erie Mayor Rick Filippi and State Representative Linda Bebko-Jones participate in Erie Pride Weekend. News Release
September 3, 2003 -- "Family-friendly" Golf Course to host Headliners Club event!! News Release
GAMBLING ISSUE AT A STANDSTILL IN HARRISBURG!!
August 1, 2003 -- United Way of Southeastern Pennsylvania chooses to discriminate against the Boy Scouts because the Scouts want to protect young boys and men put under their protection. They plan to withhold half of grants totaling more than $418,000 from the Cradle of Liberty and Chester County Scout Councils because these local chapters adhere to the National BSA's position on not permitting open homosexuals to serve as Scout leaders. News Release
July 31, 2003 -- Governor Rendell, by executive order, adds "gender identity" to state agencies' non-discrimination policies. Addition of such terminology is so radical that openly homosexual Congressman Barney Frank does not support such language. News Release
July 29, 3003 -- On May 20, 2003 67.3% of voters in West Salem Township, Mercer County said loud and clear that they do not want bottle clubs in their township. The law went into effect on July 26. Now the Mercer County DA says enforcement of this law is not a high priority issue for him and the township solicitor says the citizens who want a better community have made matters worse!! News Release
July 19, 2003 -- By a vote of 120-81 the PA House votes for a major expansion of gambling. Their version of the bill will allow up to 11 slot machine casinos in the state -- nine at horse racetracks and two non-track locations, one each in the Philadelphia and Pittsburgh region. Gambling expansion will be devastating to Pennsylvania families. Increase in crime, suicides, divorces, substance abuse, and gambling addiction name only a few problems that increased gambling will bring. Click here to see how your House member voted. After July 28 it goes back to the Senate where it faces intense scrutiny.
July 18, 2003 -- Erie's Millcreek Township School District policy change to add 'sexual orientation' and 'gender identity' is unconstitutional. News Release
June 26, 2003 -- PA Senate Votes to Add 3,000 slot machines to all horse race tracks in Pennsylvania. Simple Math: 3,000 X 8 = 24,000 slot machines across the state! Click here to see how your senator voted. See action alert.
June 25, 2003 -- Pew Charitable Trusts yanks $100,000 from Cradle of Liberty Boy Scout Council because of their ban on homosexuals. What will the Southeastern United Way do now? Will they give in to homosexual activists? News Release
June 24, 2003 -- U.S. Supreme Court makes the right decision and corrects error
of Pennsylvania's 3rd Circuit Court. Libraries receiving federal dollars MUST have
filters on their computers to block pornographic websites! News Release
June 18, 2003 -- American Family Association of Pennsylvania Joins 'Project Hope' in reaching attendees
of Pittsburgh Pridefest with the message: Jesus Christ, Hope for Homosexuals.com. -- News Release
June 12, 2003-- Cedar Point's 'Unofficial" Gay Day is on Father's Day once again. News Release
July 12, 2003 -- Carbon County Transgender Prison Guard Wins Lawsuit Because of Allentown HRC Ordinance News Release
May 21 -- Millcreek Township School District, Erie County, considers adding 'sexual orientation' and 'gender identity' to their harassment policy. Discriminatory pink triangles already in use at the high school. Are the students and possibly the school board being used as pawns by an outside organization? News Release
May 20 -- Congratulations to West Salem Township, Mercer County voters for passing a Bottle Club Referendum by a vote of 424 'Yes' (67.3%) to 206 'No' votes and to Dalton Borough, Lackawanna County for passing a similar referendum question by a resounding 174 'Yes' to 20 'No' votes!! Both municipalities have taken a giant step forward in protecting their communities from sexually oriented businesses! Thirty days from certification of the vote, no bottle clubs can operate in either municipality. How about your community, is it protected from sexually oriented businesses??
Weigh in on the Make-a-Wish Western PA/Southern West Virginia porn connection. The Make a Wish Foundation of Western PA benefited from the Pittsburgh Comicon on April 25-27. They received proceeds from a casino night, auctions and tours with members of the cast of Dawn of the Dead. Attending the comic book convention were Playboy Playmates with their albums of nude and semi-nude photos. Playboy magazines, some not shrink wrapped, were easily accessible to children. Many times children are the victims of pornography. Why would Make-a-Wish want such close ties to an event that brings pornography into the community?
West Salem Township, Mercer County and Dalton Borough, Lackawanna County have bottle club referendum questions on their May 20 primary ballots: "Do you favor of the prohibition of establishments commonly referred to as bottle clubs in _____________________?"
5.2.03 News Release Temple University Advocating Sadomasochism??
4.26.03 Overview of the Pittsburgh Comicon--Expomart and the Make-a-Wish Connection!
4.21.03 Action Alert -- "La Cage Aux Folles" Scheduled to Come to the Barrow Theatre on May 3
3.04.03 News Release: Zogby Poll Finds 71% of Parents Oppose Sex Ed Programs That Teach Homosexuality is Normal
2.24.03 Action Alert: Comic Book Conventions Aren't For Kids Anymore -- Pittsburgh Comicon is Inviting Porn Stars
Action Alert: PARENTS CALLED VIOLENT BECAUSE OF OBJECTIONS TO 'HUMAN SACRIFICES' IN SCHOOL CHRISTMAS PROGRAM!
TOY MAGAZINES TARGET CHILDREN WITH PORNOGRAPHY -- the January 2003 issue of ToyFaire is anything but innocent. Action Alert
MOVIE GALLERY'S LATEST ACQUISITION IS THE VIDEO UPDATE CHAIN. WILL THAT EFFECT NORTHWESTERN PENNSYLVANIA FAMILIES?
NEW CASTLE NEWS IS ADVERTISING THE HEADLINERS CLUB IN THE 'BRIDAL SECTION!' BUT THEY DON'T STOP THERE. THEY ARE ALSO ADVERTISING THE 'GENTLEMEN'S CLUB' - THE CRAZY HORSE AND THE XXX ADULT LAND IN PULASKI TOWNSHIP!
JANUARY 22, 2003 -- 30 YEARS SINCE ROE V. WADE --
A physician's dilemma: "I could slow my hand; I could delay those few short moments. No one in this world would ever know. The mother, after the first shock of grief, would be glad she had lost a child so sadly handicapped."
GOVERNOR, HOMOSEXUALITY IS NOT A CIVIL RIGHT News Release
SURVEY SHOWS THAT GOVERNOR ERRED IN SIGNING H.B. 1493-- GREATER DANGER IS FROM SAME SEX DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, NOT SO-CALLED 'HATE CRIMES.'
DECEMBER 2002, "American Journal of Public Health" --"Researchers with the Center for AIDS Prevention Studies report that 19 percent of the 2,881 men surveyed during the two-year period said they'd been physically abused by an "intimate partner." Thirty-four percent said they' been psychologically abused by sex partners and five percent said they've been forced to have sex."
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