Monthly Archives: April 2014

We were at the Capitol to protect your parental rights, due process of law

April 29, 2014 | No comments | Posted in Family, Parental rights | Tags: ,

Pennsylvania Family Institute was in the state Capitol this morning on your behalf as we arranged for expert testimony before the House Children and Youth Committee.

We asked Mark D. Freeman, Esq. to testify against Senate Bill 27, a bill … Read more

Coming Soon: 3801 Lancaster – Part II

April 14, 2014 | No comments | Posted in abortion, Politics | Tags: , ,

Last year, three filmmakers came together to tell a tragic and disturbing story they believed the public desperately needed to hear. The result was 3801 Lancaster – a compelling short documentary film detailing the case of Philadelphia abortionist and convicted … Read more

Voluntary Resignation or Yielding to Public Pressure?

April 9, 2014 | 1 comment | Posted in marriage | Tags: , ,

Mozilla announced the resignation of its CEO Brendan Eich last Thursday amidst a multitude of protests from members of the LGBT community. Various individuals and organizations questioned Eich’s appointment to the position after it was discovered he donated $1,000 to … Read more

The Price of Personal Beliefs

April 4, 2014 | No comments | Posted in Religious Freedom | Tags: ,

By: Dan Bartkowiak

Living out your values has become a huge issue in today’s culture war – and the freedom to do so is taking a hit. Elaine Huguenin declined to photograph a same-sex ceremony. Now that the U.S. Supreme … Read more

Gambling on Every Smart Phone?

April 1, 2014 | No comments | Posted in Family, Gambling | Tags:

Federal gambling legislation was introduced by U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham and Congressman Jason Chaffetz last week in an effort to restore the ban on Internet gambling. The Justice Department, without notifying Congress, reversed the ban known as the “Wire Act” … Read more