Blog Profile / CitizenLink

Filed Under:Religion / Christianity
Posts on Regator:5697
Posts / Week:12.1
Archived Since:June 6, 2008

Blog Post Archive

A pivotal moment for life

Your voice is needed to cut millions in funding to abortion giant Planned Parenthood’s top officials – who have enriched themselves at the expense of aborted babies and fleeced taxpayers –  know the country is growing weary of funding their abortion fiefdom. Show More Summary

Playgrounds, Wedding Cakes and Your Religious Freedom | Family Policy Briefing

From playgrounds to wedding cakes to something called the “Protecting Freedom of Conscience from Government Discrimination Act,” religious freedom has been winning lately in the courts. Stuart Shepard asks Ashley Shaw, Family PolicyShow More Summary

Two States Want Christian Employers to be Less Christian

by Ashley Shaw If your child attends a Christian school, he or she is likely to be taught by teachers who cherish the Christian values so important to your own family. Your child’s teacher may even have signed a faith-based code of conduct to help preserve the school’s commitment to biblical morality. Show More Summary

You Made a Difference in a Georgia Special Election | Family Policy Briefing

Big Media and the Left said a special election in Georgia for a seat in Congress would be a referendum on the president’s conservative policies. Your support of Family Policy Alliance played a part in an upset victory for the pro-life candidate. Show More Summary

Texas: Governor Signs Religious Freedom Bill for Foster Homes and Adoption Agencies

Texas Values is one of 40 state allies that Family Policy Alliance is proud to work alongside. Legislation designed to allow faith-based foster homes and adoption agencies to keep operating according to their faith-based principles (HB 3859) was signed today by Gov. Show More Summary

Texas: Governor Signs County Clerk Freedom Bill

Texas Values is one of 40 state allies that Family Policy Alliance is proud to work alongside. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed a bill Monday that includes language giving County Clerks the freedom to leave their names off marriage licenses and marriage applications. Show More Summary

‘It’s Wrong to Shoot Members of Congress – But…’

by Stuart Shepard Here’s what surprised me most: The sheer number of people on social media who found it impossible to write “It’s wrong to shoot members of Congress” – without adding – “but…” I was scanning the reaction to the newsShow More Summary

The Parenting Discussion My Husband and I Have Never Had

by Autumn Leva I’ve always loved talking with my husband, but one thing that’s surprised me most in our eight-month-long marriage is how much there is to talk about — from lively discussions over the household budget to negotiations over who washes the dinner dishes to choosing a home church. Show More Summary

Acting on Principle in an Imperfect World | Family Policy Briefing

When your state legislature is flooded with bills, how do you discern which are worthy of your support? Eric Teetsel, president of Family Policy Alliance of Kansas, shares from personal experience how he makes that sometimes difficult decision. Show More Summary

Gambling on Your Child’s Future

by Cole Muzio, Family Policy Alliance of Georgia You have to admit, the Left takes on some difficult arguments. They argue a baby isn’t a baby, a boy isn’t necessarily a boy, and what has been marriage throughout the history of the world isn’t the only definition of marriage. Show More Summary

State Court Rules in Favor of Families Choosing Best Schools for Children | Family Policy Briefing

A Montana court says the state cannot exclude private, religious schools from a state education tax credit. Jeff Laszloffy, president of Montana Family Foundation, explains why it’s a good decision for families as well as Christian schools. Show More Summary

Affirming Religious Freedom for the Little Sisters of the Poor

Nuns who buy birth control. That sounds like the start of a joke, and I even begin to laugh. But then I remember there’s no punch-line here. Forcing nuns to pay for birth control was a very real policy of the Obama Administration, and the Little Sisters of the Poor were a main target. Show More Summary

Is This Race a Bellwether for 2018? | Family Policy Briefing

Why are so many people investing so much attention in a congressional special election in Georgia? Paul Weber, president and CEO of Family Policy Alliance, explains what’s happening and who the organization is recommending in the race. Show More Summary

Taking the Government to Court Over Marriage | Family Policy Briefing

Family Action Council of Tennessee is moving forward with a lawsuit seeking to get clarity on the Supreme Court ruling that redefined marriage. The Obergefell case of two years ago  left many state marriage statutes in limbo and David...Show More Summary

Churches: A Force for Good in Our Community

Family Policy Alliance is proud to work with Family Council of Arkansas. They are part of our alliance of 40 state-based family organizations. For more information, or to find one in your state, go to The other...Show More Summary

Georgia District Race Takes On National Importance | Family Policy Briefing

A congressional district special election in Georgia is gaining national attention. Activists on the Left are pouring money into the state to support the pro-abortion candidate in an effort to gain perceived momentum for the 2018 mid-terms. Show More Summary

Delaware Life Story

Lawmakers in Delaware are considering a bill that would roll back many of the state’s pro-life laws. SB5 maintains the U.S. Constitution provides for abortion of preborn babies prior to viability and the life laws in question are in violation. Show More Summary

Alaska Legislature Votes Against Transgender Commissioner

The Alaska Legislature has voted not to confirm Drew Phoenix, a woman who identifies as a man, to the state Human Rights Commission. Phoenix, who has worked for the American Civil Liberties Union, created a conundrum for many lawmakers who worried the appointment would lead to a conflict of interest. Show More Summary

Deconstruction | Stoplight

Sometimes, before you can build, you have to clear out what’s in that spot. In his Stoplight® commentary, Stuart Shepard shows you a little construction project he’s been watching. What you may not realize is that you happen to be the contractor on this job. The post Deconstruction | Stoplight appeared first on Family Policy Alliance.

President Trump Expands Ban on International Abortion Funding

This week, President Donald Trump made a significant step in fulfilling his pro-life promises by expanding the Mexico City Policy. That Reagan-era rule, routinely dropped by Democrat presidents and reinstated by Republican ones, strips billions of dollars from international non-govermental organizations that promote or perform abortions. Show More Summary

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC