Monthly Archives: March 2012
By Michael Geer I’ve always wondered about those bumper stickers, “Practice Random Acts of Kindness.” I appreciate the sentiment, but if you’re practicing anything, it can’t be random. Anyway, this Caped Crusader is very intentional about brightening the lives of … Read more
by Michael Geer
I was saddened to see the verdicts this week in the case against Sen. Jane Orie. It’s hard to know what to make of the lengthy jury deliberation, and the competing and conflicting testimony from aides to … Read more
Atheists are coming after us, and they’re using the courts to do it.
It’s been happening for decades, and they scored the first victory in the conflict way back in 1963 right here in Pennsylvania, when atheist Madalyn Murray O’Hair … Read more
Opponents of the “Women’s Right to Know Bill” Hit New Lows
Rep. Babette Josephs (D-Philadelphia) proudly proclaims that she speaks for the “women of Pennsylvania.” But today, she verbally abused any woman who doesn’t agree with her, including her colleagues.… Read more
Before the U.S. Supreme Court begins hearing three days of arguments on the constitutionality of the new federal health care law on Monday, thousands of people are expected to make their voices heard in rallies taking place nationwide, … Read more
In a move that is likely to reignite the ire of religious leaders, late Friday afternoon the Obama administration announced a proposal that would require universities, including religious universities, to provide contraception, sterilization, and abortion-inducing drugs to their … Read more
This year, the Pennsylvania Presidential Primary is a competitive one. Make sure you get out to vote in April!
You’ll get to vote for president of the United States, but will also vote on offices closer to home: your state … Read more
Call Yourself a Social Conservative? Christian? Consider These Principles for Voting and Let’s Register by March 26th, Vote on April 24th!
Here’s a link below to a column from our colleague in Florida that is worth your reading, your thoughts, your prayers and your action as we approach Pennsylvania’s Primary Election on April 24, 2012.
Yes, we’ll help pick a President, … Read more
From State Rep Tim Krieger, R-Westmoreland:
Since this mandate gained wide public attention, there has been no discussion by the administration of the legal and constitutional questions involved. Instead, the Obama administration and its allies on the left have done … Read more
From Alan Sears, our Pittsburgh banquet speaker on May 24:
When the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, i.e., ObamaCare, was being debated in public and in Congress during 2010, Americans who supported life were told again and again that … Read more