Posts Categorized: education
Last night was supposed to be a debate between the two U.S. Senate candidates, Democrat Joe Sestak and Republican Pat Toomey, but Sestak had a scheduling conflict.
How are you supposed to compare their views if you don’t hear them … Read more
This year’s Voters’ Guide will contain non-partisan information about candidates for Pennsylvania Governor and United States Senate – two of the most-watched races in the nation. Plus, there will be information on US House and races right down to State … Read more
August 5, 2010 For Immediate Release
Marriage and Democracy Both Victims of Federal Judge’s Decision in California Case
Harrisburg, Pa. In a stunning act of judicial activism at its worst, U.S. District Judge Vaughn Walker struck down as unconstitutional California’s … Read more
In a split 5-4 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Monday that the University of California’s Hastings College of the Law could legally remove official recognition to a Christian organization called the Christian Legal Society because of its prohibition … Read more
Provincetown, MA elementary school to offer condoms to 1-6 graders, and parents have NO SAY. Watch this CNN story for details. http://bit.ly/bEQS6o This brave new world will arrive in PA if HB 1163 becomes law. Take at stand!… Read more
Professor Michael New of the University of Alabama writes in National Review Online of the failed sex-education model in Great Britain — a model some lawmakers want to impose on Pennsylvania’s public schools. The so-called “comprehensive” sex-ed curriculum promotes contraceptive … Read more
I’m excited to announce we just confirmed Dr. Peter Lillback and Dr. Paul Kengor to speak at our City On The Hill Youth Leadership and Worldview Conference, July 25-31. Dr. Lillback is author of the Amazon #1 book, George Washington’s … Read more
I think you’ll be happy with this news about our efforts and our successes on your behalf – in support of religious liberty and family values.
Earlier today, we hosted one of our “State Street Briefings” – a luncheon series … Read more
More than 130 attended our Truth Project leader training seminar Saturday in Manheim, including some from New York state and Delaware. We’re approaching nearly 1,000 leaders trained here in Pennsylvania; I can’t wait to see the transformation that will take … Read more
We at Pennsylvania Family Institute have long challenged the establishment of school-based clinics for three big reasons: 1) they facilitate and encourage teen sexual activity, which is not healthy; 2) they distribute contraceptives and present them as a fail-safe, when … Read more