Posts Tagged: family
Earlier this week, Governor Tom Corbett announced strict new regulations on abortion clinics in Pennsylvania, and the firings of a number of Pennsylvania department of health and department of state employees for their part in the Philadelphia abortion clinic scandal. … Read more
The pro-life movement has been warning people about this day for years. The day when abortion would simply become a tool to pick and choose the child of your choice. I don’t think there is ever a reason to abort, … Read more
December 21, 2010 | No comments | Posted in Family, Health, Politics | Tags: abortion, character, disabilities, Down's Syndrome, family, healthcare, political correctness, pro-life, sanctity of human life
While Congress and the President use the law to impose political correctness in the language we use to describe those with disabilities, they refuse to take action to end the genocide against children in the womb, especially those diagnosed with … Read more
Much like Thanksgiving, Christmas celebrations typically include large family get-togethers, culminating in a dinner feast, with family and friends gathered around the table for fellowship and food, and thankfulness to God for His provision and blessing in our lives. Sadly, … Read more
Ok, so a parent or two in a local school district demand that it stop teaching abstinence only sex education, and require teaching of “comprehensive” sex ed. They claim that teaching young people that abstinence is the best way to … Read more
I’m belatedly reading Paul Kengor’s great book “The Crusader” on President Reagan’s efforts to bring down communism. This Thanksgiving message from President Reagan in 1985 reminds us to continue to fight for liberty, and makes me wonder what we’ve already … Read more
In this video speech, Dr. Pat Fagan of the Family Research Council shows how the Western standard of monogamy is under serious attack. Worth watching.
For Governor, Pennsylvania voters elected Attorney General Tom Corbett over Dan Onorato by a decisive ten-point margin. The race for U.S. Senate was much tighter, with Pat Toomey winning by two percentage points statewide.
Come January 2011, Corbett should be … Read more