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May 14, 2018 | No comments | Posted in abortion, Children, Family, First Amendment, Free Speech, Gambling, Life, marriage, Parental rights, Politics, Privacy rights, pro-life, Religious Freedom, Voting | Tags: election, guide, pennsylvania, primary, voter
We’re glad you’ve come to our 2018 Primary Voter’s Guide to find out more about the candidates appearing on your ballot. By doing so, you are demonstrating … Read more
Steve Tennes and his wife own a working produce farm where they also host wedding ceremonies and receptions. As Catholics who believes in traditional marriage they decided the farm will not be used for same-sex wedding ceremonies. Tennes is also … Read more
Kutztown University of Pennsylvania has now fixed their previously-unconstitutional policy regarding chalk messages on sidewalks after purposely scrubbing away messages by a pro-life student group on campus.
“The university setting should be one of the safest places for … Read more
In a victory for student rights and Constitutional freedoms, a Pennsylvania school district in the national spotlight has sided with honoring any student’s right to speak out and assemble on public sidewalks.
Two teenagers stood on the public sidewalk outside … Read more
A Harrisburg-based legal team is helping a PA university chapter of the largest pro-life youth organization in defending against the censoring of their pro-life views.
Update by Randall Wenger, Chief Counsel for the Independence Law Center
As you consider making any contributions to important causes this Giving Tuesday, may I request your donation in support of growing our religious freedom outreach?
We have been swamped … Read more
Press Release – Pennsylvania Family Council
Governor Tom Wolf’s Executive Action Harms Business, Charities, Respect for Government
(HARRISBURG – April 7, 2016) – Despite record-low approval ratings in the latest polls, Gov. Wolf nevertheless singlehandedly bypassed the legislature today to … Read more
Chief Kelvin Cochran is coming to the Pittsburgh area on Saturday, May 21 for “Through Fiery Trials” – the Friends of the Family banquet presented by the Pennsylvania Family Institute.
Chief Cochran’s story is gaining national attention. Today … Read more
It’s Christmas season – which not only means Christmas lights and carols but more instances of pushback on any mention of “the reason for the season” or the celebration of Christmas – especially in public schools.
Sadly, every school district … Read more