October 2, 2010

Issues  (check corresponding number in ‘Details’ and ‘Action’ Sections)

1.)     City of Bethlehem, Hatboro Borough, Lower Merion Township, Radnor Township Petitions

2.)    Alan Keyes in Pittsburgh

3.)    “In God We Trust” and Tribute to Don Wildmon


1.)     If you live in any of the municipalities listed above, you may already know there is an attempt to pass a human relations ordinance with ‘actual or perceived sexual orientation and gender identity or expression’ language and create a human relations commission in each of these municipalities.  Passage of such ordinances help advance the homosexual agenda and normalize their dangerous lifestyle.

2.)    For those in western Pennsylvania:  Dr. Alan Keyes will be in Pittsburgh on October 29th and 30th for The October Surprise TEA Party Event.

3.)    The National Office of the American Family Association has received word from YouTube that if they get 20,000 people to view their “In God We Trust” video, YouTube will feature it on their front page!  While you are on that page you can also watch an 8 minute video about AFA Founder Don Wildmon.  Both are must see videos for today’s culture warrior!

Action Steps

1.)     If you live in the City of Bethlehem, Hatboro Borough (Montgomery County), Lower Merion Township (also Montgomery County) or Radnor Township (Delaware County), please sign your respective petition by clicking here. If you know someone who lives in one of these four municipalities, please either forward this alert to them or copy and paste the petition page link and e-mail it to them.

2.)    Click here for more information about Dr. Keyes’ visit to Pittsburgh.   He will soon be on Diane Gramley’s radio program to discuss this event.  Stay tuned!

3.)    Click here to watch the “In God We Trust” video and the tribute to Brother Don.   For those in the Venango County area, Eric Horner will be at the Galloway United Methodist Church, 196 Seysler Road, Franklin at 7:00 p.m. on October 31st.  This event is sponsored by Lighthouse Ministries of Franklin and the Venango County TEA Party Patriots.

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