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The following op-ed column by Michael Geer is set to appear in a number of newspapers across Pennsylvania. You can read it here first.
Following on the heels of the massively successful property-tax reduction through slot machines program, the Rendell … Read more
Gov. Rendell announced a budget proposal to legalize and tax video poker gambling at alcohol-licensed facilities in Pennsylvania for yet another new state program to give college tuition assistance. 5 video gambling machines per joint means 14,000 potential mini-casinos in … Read more
As we mark the tragic January 22nd anniversary date of the infamous Roe v. Wade abortion decision, here’s a straight-up take on the “new” political message swirling around some liberal political and religious circles.
We invite you to post your … Read more
While the Planned Parenthood / NARAL / radical “choice” crowd jumps for joy to “celebrate” the most activist court decision to ever come down from the Supreme Court . . .
Let’s NEVER FORGET that every abortion takes an innocent … Read more
In this Advent season, one of the last places we’d expect to see or hear a “religious” message is at the newsstand. But that’s exactly where you’ll find a major magazine’s cover story claiming it has the truth about “the … Read more
In his daily “End of Day” E-mail, Gary Bauer (former president of Family Research Council, 2000 presidential candidate and Reagan official) challenged church leaders to take a public stand. To which we say, AMEN!
(Bauer) “As most of you know, … Read more
The following is a guest post from a supporter of the Pennsylvania Family Institute:
My name is Nancy Benedict. I am a resident of Pennsylvania and the mother of five children. I am speaking out due to the recent … Read more
With the current debate over same-sex marriage, civil unions, and adoption, Christians make many assertions about the importance of traditional family structure. While I firmly believe that the only true marriage is between a man and a woman and that … Read more
This spring, the presidential races have seen several comments and pledges regarding the expansion of President Bush’s current faith-based initiatives program. Providing Federal funds to faith-based organizations is not a black and white issue. Many would reasonably argue that if … Read more