Monthly Archives: November 2013
BACKGROUND: The owners of Conestoga Wood Specialties, the Hahns, are a practicing and believing Mennonite family. They desire to run the company, a wholesale manufacturer of custom wood kitchen cabinet parts, in a manner that reflects their sincerely held religious … Read more
Our Pennsylvania marriage law, the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), is now set to go to trial in June, 2014. The ACLU has sued to overturn DOMA, which states that marriage is between one man and one woman.
Please pray … Read more
by Tom Shaheen, VP for Policy, Pennsylvania Family Institute
In a temporary victory for the First Amendment freedom of religion, federal judge Arthur Schwab granted the Catholic Dioceses of Pittsburgh and Erie (PA) a reprieve from complying with an ObamaCare … Read more
Senator Toomey Breaks Promise to Pennsylvania Voters, Time for Citizens to Hold Him Accountable
It is deeply disappointing and troubling that U.S. Senator Pat Toomey broke his promise to Pennsylvania voters that he would oppose the “Employment Non-Discrimination Act” (ENDA) … Read more
Former Chicago-area nurse Jill Stanek reports that she was contacted by a former employee of the Planned Parenthood office in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania (Pocono Mountains area).
Her complaint? Alleged unsanitary conditions and practices throughout the facility; with photos. Read more here … Read more
Former Pennsylvania Governor and Homeland Security Secretary (remember the red light-yellow light terror warnings?), Tom Ridge, is in the news again. His accomplishment?
He condemned those within the Republican Party, including elected officials, who stand up for the sanctity of … Read more
Employers know best what qualities or characteristics are relevant to performing a particular job, not the federal government. So why does Congress want to inject … Read more