Posts Tagged: Politics
It’s hard for Planned Parenthood to say politicians should stay out of anything when they are so active in political races.
On November 8th, Pennsylvanians will be voting for the top watchdogs of the state – the State Row Offices: Attorney General, Auditor General and State Treasurer. What are the primary roles and responsibilities of these positions?
The Attorney … Read more
Here is a list of 29 current Pennsylvania officials who accepted direct campaign contributions from Planned Parenthood:Governor Tom Wolf (D) Lieutenant Governor Mike Stack (D) Attorney General Kathleen Kane (D) Auditor General Eugene Depasquale (D) Mayor of Pittsburgh Bill… 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
by Michael Geer
Despite the 6 degree weather and the prospect of our State Capitol building being filled with union protesters, about a dozen citizens from throughout central Pennsylvania braved the elements and joined us for our inaugural Harrisburg 101 … Read more
My good friend, and former Pa State Legislator Jeff Coleman today shared an article on Facebook from the Pittsburgh Post Gazette on the damage caused by gambling addiction. When Jeff was in the legislature, he was a strong and strategic … Read more
by Tom Shaheen
WORTH READING AND HEEDING: Great column that cuts through the latest media hype and media myths that tell us that defending marriage between husband and wife against redefinition to allow “gay marriage” is a dying notion and … Read more
by Brandon McGinley
On Monday, November 26th, Keegan Gibson published an article on PoliticsPA that listed the top political operations of the cycle. Here is one of the nominations:
Sari Stevens, Executive Director, Planned Parenthood PA PAC
Stevens runs a … Read more
Food for thought in the renewed debate over the role of “social issues” in campaigns, political parties – namely, abortion/right to life and marriage
Social issues outperformed Romney nationwide, with the exception of Florida.
Thanks to our friend … Read more
August 3, 2012 | No comments | Posted in Family, Politics, Religious Freedom, Sexuality | Tags: Chick-fil-A, free speech, Harrisburg, homosexuality, marriage, pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Family Institute, Politics, religious freedom, Talk Radio
I always appreciate the opportunity to appear as a guest on talk radio – even when the host or the callers disagree with my viewpoints. The on-air give-and-take on significant issues of the day can help bring light to a … Read more