Monthly Archives: March 2015
We’ve had a ton of people tell us how excited they are about the first-ever Life Action Day on Monday April 13 – an opportunity for pro-lifers to rally in Harrisburg and stand for the sanctity of life:
“Wow – … Read more
The state of Indiana is making news not only as the host for the NCAA Final Four but also for passing a state law providing protections for religious freedom. Here’s what you should know about this law:1. What is… Read more
The Freedom From Religion Foundation – a small group from Wisconsin that brings legal bullying to small communities – is at it again in our state. This is the group that sued two Pennsylvania school districts for their display of … Read more
Is sex trafficking a problem in Pennsylvania? You tell me:Five Chambersburg men charged in sex trafficking ring: “Albert E. “Pipo” Martinez, 34, Chambersburg, is facing new charges after already being indicted on Jan. 15 on similar sex trafficking charges,… Read more
Ten heads of Pennsylvania casinos are making their interests known to state lawmakers on how to bring in more of other people’s money (since gambling “gains” from someone else’s losses). In a letter to the legislative Community Economic and Recreational … Read more
Dr. Allan Sawyer – an OB/GYN – offers an amazing testimony, given before a legislative committee in Arizona, about the hundreds of patients he has spoken with about their past elective abortions and specifically one young woman who went to … Read more
At City on the Hill (coming up July 19-25, 2015), we use the political … Read more
If your girlfriend is changing clothes in the locker room and a man walks in – are you ok with him staying?
Planet Fitness apparently is.
A man (who says he’s a woman) goes into the women’s locker room at … Read more
With the growth of casino gambling in Pennsylvania comes a growth in the number of Pennsylvanians with gambling addiction.
Just look at some of the evidence shown in the new report from WTAE Pittsburgh – “In 2007, 182 gamblers signed … Read more
Right now pro-abortion lobbyists are trying to be the loudest they’ve ever been in Pennsylvania. The largest abortion business – Planned Parenthood – quadrupled political state spending and their national president Cecile Richards was just in Harrisburg applauding “a new … Read more