Posts Categorized: Supreme Court
“Stacking the Court” – or court packing – poses a grave threat to our democracy. In 1937, Franklin D. Roosevelt disliked that the United States Supreme Court opposed some of the provisions of his progressive New Deal, so he attempted … Read more
Over a month since the election and we’re still waiting for the final results in some parts of the state, and litigation is still ongoing. Below is the newest information we’ve learned since our last election update:
Election Results Status:… Read more
(HARRISBURG, PA) Pennsylvania Family Institute is disappointed by today’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Russo v June Medical Services LLC, striking down a Louisiana law aimed at protecting women’s health at abortion clinics.
“This is a terrible day for women’s … Read more
October 24, 2019 | 1 comment | Posted in abortion, First Amendment, Health, Life, pro-life, Religious Freedom, Supreme Court | Tags: abortifacient, AG Josh Shapiro, HHS mandate, life, Little Sisters of the poor, nuns, pennsylvania, religious freedom
Catholic charity organization, the Little Sisters of the Poor, is back in the news this week, not for the over 13,000 elderly poor they serve in 31 countries, but because pro-abortion government officials are trying to force them to pay … Read more
Tuesday, November 7th, 2017 is Election Day. Voters across Pennsylvania will be voting for municipal offices (Mayor, City Council, Township Supervisor, Sheriff, Recorder of Deeds, School Board member, etc.) and Judicial candidates.
To help you in your voting decisions, Pennsylvania … Read more
The Supreme Court’s decision to redefine marriage has staggering implications for religious freedom, and the ability for individuals and businesses, religious schools and ministries to freely operate in accordance with their faith convictions.
Is there anything that can be done … Read more
One of our event banners describes us well: “We’re watching your state capitol.” Today – January 20th – is the first day of the 2015-2016 legislative session. And we’re already on the Hill, in the halls of power, fulfilling our … Read more
Last week we told you about some courageous men who were being taken to court. May we thank all of our many faithful supporters who lifted up in prayer The King’s Men and their legal team.
Today they were … Read more
by Brandon McGinley
Wednesday was another dispiriting example of how far the apple can fall from the tree. Pennsylvania Sen. Bob Casey, son of the late pro-life champion Gov. Robert P. Casey, Sr., voted yesterday for a bill designed to … Read more
By Michael Geer
As a baby boomer, I grew up in the midst of the Cold War . My school had a fallout shelter, we practiced what to do in case of nuclear attack, and we understood the grave threat … Read more