Posts Tagged: voting
The “tolerant” folks who support “same-sex marriage” seem more than willing to publicly threaten legislators who won’t vote their way. This week, a blogger at the PA Progressive website posted the following, referring to SB 707, the Pennsylvania Marriage Protection … Read more
The latest polling in Pennsylvania indicates a vast majority of citizens believe they should have the opportunity to vote on a marriage protection amendment. Today, eight State Senators voted to deny us that opportunity.
Here are the Senators who voted … Read more
Reporter John Micek of the Allentown Morning Call writes a blog, and in the latest installment he writes about SB 707, the Marriage Amendment, and says this:
“More astute readers are aware that this insane prohibition is already enshrined in … Read more
Today as I listened to the State Senate pay tribute to the Penn State women’s volleyball team (certainly deserving of tribute, given their amazing record), I was reminded of the consistent refrain from opponents to a Pennsylvania Marriage Protection Amendment … Read more
I saw this post from John Piper this morning on the Desiring God blog. As usual, he distills the issue to its basic elements very quickly.
Tea Party Prevarication March 14, 2010 | By: John Piper | Category: Commentary
According … Read more
My son Wesley’s sixth grade class at Covenant Christian Academy is memorizing Lincoln’s Gettysburg address. He was practicing it at home the other night, getting ready for several opportunities he will have to recite it with his class, including at … Read more
DON’T FORGET TO VOTE ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2009
Why should I care?
Voters will be choosing the judges on your own county’s Court of Common Pleas — who decide cases every day that affect … Read more
“Every voter ought not merely to vote, but to vote under the inspiration of a high purpose to serve the nation. It has been calculated that in most elections only about half of them entitled to vote actually exercise their … Read more
Do the good folks of Des Moines or Dubuque (Iowa) or Manchester (N.H.) really decide for us who will be our next president? That’s what you’re likely to think if you get caught up in the over-hyped 24/7 news coverage. … Read more