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A New Movement Threatens Democrats in Mid-Term Elections – and Beyond.

Posted on August 29, 2018 in Public Policy by

Are we really about to see white millennials and African-Americans begin supporting Republican candidates? What are the implications for the 2018 mid-term elections?

BOOM: President Trump Defunds Planned Parenthood! Here’s My Big Concern.

Posted on June 6, 2018 in Life, Money, Public Policy by

A Vice President for Planned Parenthood commented:“Under this rule, people will not get the health care they need. They won’t get birth control, cancer screenings, STD testing and treatment, or even general women’s health exams.” This just shows the desperation of Planned Parenthood as they completely ignore the facts. For example, the following was reported concerning this proposal:

How Identity Politics is Costing You Money

Posted on April 17, 2018 in Money, Public Policy by

In recent years we’ve become more knowledgeable about the causes many corporations support than their actual services. Scores of people can’t tell you what’s inside a Hobby Lobby store, but they know they would never step foot inside because they support traditional marriage. Others have no idea what an AR style gun is and don’t know a single NRA member by name, but they know both are evil.

Toys R Us Partners with Organization That Killed Customers

Posted on April 11, 2018 in Money, Public Policy by

Toys R Us supported the Komen foundation. Komen actively partners with Planned Parenthood. Planned Parenthood is actively killing the customer base of Toys R Us. Toys R Us says declining birth rates contributed to declining profits and, ultimately, to the end of their business.

The lesson here is simple, if kids are your customer base, don’t support – directly or indirectly – any organization that works to kill your customer base.

Google Complies with Government Request to Yank LGBT Apps from Play Store

Posted on February 21, 2018 in Money, Public Policy by

I’ll admit that I’m perplexed by news that Google is complying with a government request to yank LGBT apps from their Play Store. I thought Google was a “tolerant,” “inclusive” company that championed the views of the sexual revolution. I thought Google openly mocked and blacklisted anyone that dared to disagree with their corporate code.

President Trump Continues to Deliver on His Pro-Life Promises

Posted on May 25, 2017 in Life by

The newly reinstated Mexico City policy is being expanded to include many more U.S. agencies and a greater pool of funds.

One of the firsts actions President Trump took after taking office in January was to reinstate the Mexico City policy. This policy says that funds given to organizations for international health care efforts cannot be used to promote or perform abortions. These nongovernment organizations must agree not to promote or perform abortion or support coercive and forced sterilization efforts in the countries they provide health care aid.

President Trump Starts Strong by Supporting Life and the Mexico City Policy

Posted on February 8, 2017 in Life, Public Policy by

One of the very first actions of President Trump surprised me, in a good way. If more actions like this follow I am very hopeful for the unborn in our country.

I will admit that I am cautiously optimistic concerning the “pro-life” claims of President Trump. He has supported abortion in various ways throughout his lifetime and never been considered a pro-life advocate. So when he claimed, on the campaign trail, to be pro-life, I was skeptical.

But you know what they say: actions speak louder than words.

Within the first few hours of his administration, President Trump reinstated the Mexico City policy, much to my surprised and the delight of many pro-life Americans. In case you are not familiar with this policy, it is a policy that prohibits the federal government from sending any taxpayer money to a foreign organization that performs abortions. In other words, not one penny of your hard-earned money, or mine, will be used to perform abortions overseas.

If You Want to Make a Difference Concerning the Bathroom Bill – Read This

Posted on September 21, 2016 in Public Policy, Sexuality by

The momentum caused by a federal judge blocking the Obama Administration’s bathroom policy is having a positive impact. People are mobilizing to put a permanent end to this terrible policy. For anyone who has ever wondered “what can I do” about such a bad policy as the bathroom bill, take a look at the suggestions from a top family advocacy group and determine which of these action points you can do.

The Family Policy Alliance works to defend traditional values with its network of advocacy groups across the United States. Recently, they published an article with four ways you can get involved in the fight to defend privacy against the bathroom bill.

Obama Administration Bathroom Policy Blocked by Federal Judge

Posted on September 7, 2016 in Public Policy, Sexuality by

For some reason the Obama Administration thought it would be a good idea to let school students to use whatever bathroom and locker room they choose. This means that boys that “identify” as girls can use the girls’ facilities and vice versa. Anyone with a little common sense can clearly see what a bad decision and policy this is.

Texas, along with 12 other states agreed that such a decision is not safe for students. So a challenge to the mandate began as greater public outcry against the mandate continued. U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor agreed with the challenge and blocked the mandate saying the Obama Administration did not follow the law in issuing the mandate. Specifically, the judge said the Obama Administration failed to give adequate notice of the impending law and allow for a comment period.

Christian School Wants to Expel Students with Gay Family Members. Should They?

Posted on July 7, 2016 in Public Policy, Religious Freedom by

Should a Christian school be allowed to expel a student or refuse the application of a prospective student simply because that person has a gay relative? That is the position one school in Kansas is taking; and they are receiving a lot of political and social heat for it.

Trinity Academy, a small Christian school in Kansas says it is “a Christ-centered, college-preparatory education for students committed to spiritual growth and academic excellence.” The school claims test scores are far above average and most kids are involved in the music program.

Trinity also says that it reserves the right to expel any student or prospective student with a gay family member. The school’s policy states:

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