Posts from December 2011

1115 of 15 items

Brown joins Republicans in blocking Halligan confirmation

by mafamily

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid failed on Tuesday to override a Republican filibuster of a radical Obama nominee for the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals. In a 54-45 vote, the U.S. Senate put the brakes on the confirmation of liberal extremist Caitlin Halligan. Senator Scott Brown was one of the votes to prevent her confirmation, […]

Obama administration continues anti-family crusade

by mafamily

Dear Friends of the Family, It is a fulltime job to keep tabs on what our politicians are doing on Beacon Hill to hurt the family—casino gambling, transsexual rights, comprehensive sex education—and yet we have an administration in the White House that is waging their own war on the family at an even larger scale. […]

Macy’s fires young woman for Christian values

by mafamily

From Liberty Council: A young woman was fired from the Macy’s San Antonio Rivercenter Department Store in Texas for refusing to violate her religious beliefs by permitting a young man dressed as a woman from entering the women’s dressing room. Natalie Johnson claims she saw the young man walk out of the women’s fitting room […]

DOMA repeal not attached to Defense Authorization bill

by mafamily

We reported last month that Senate liberals were attempting to attach a DOMA repeal amendment to the Defense Authorization Act, a must-pass bill that funds the military. Thankfully, phone calls from people like you convinced them otherwise. Thank you for calling Senator Brown and thanking him for his principled stand against the repeal of DOMA. […]

Peter Sprigg: Bullying hysteria may cause suicides

by mafamily

Pro-“Gay” Activist Admits It: Bullying Hysteria May Cause Suicides, Not Prevent Them by Peter Sprigg December 1, 2011 Ever since the highly-publicized suicide of a New Jersey college student in September of 2010, pro-homosexual activists have been using the issues of bullying and teen suicide as tools in pursuit of their political agenda, and as […]