Brad Snavely Web

Gay activists are turning their attention to so-called nondiscrimination bills. Simply put, they want business owners to ignore their deeply held beliefs in order to stay in business. In one state, family advocates are trying to do something about it.  Read more

Runner Web

This week, the Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) will vote on a transgender student athlete policy. It would allow boys who identify as girls to play on girls’ teams and girls who identify as boys to play on boys’ teams. Parents are concerned the new policy violates students’ safety and right to privacy.  Read more

Oran Smith Web

By refusing to step in, the U.S. Supreme Court cleared the way for same-sex marriage licenses to be issued in South Carolina. That’s despite overwhelming support for the state constitutional amendment that defines marriage as the union of one man and one woman.  Read more

Forsyth County Web

They can once again pray in Jesus’ name at public meetings in Forsyth County, North Carolina. Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) attorneys actually won the case back in May. Thursday, the final federal district court order was lifted.  Read more

Randy Wenger Web

11 for 11

November 18, 2014

Conservative values got some big wins in the mid-term elections, especially at the federal level. But what you may not know is that CitizenLink worked in conjunction with some of our 38 family policy councils to bring victory for pro-family candidates at the state level as well.  Read more

Gene Mills Web

Is Seat Number 54 On the Way?

November 18, 2014

A Louisiana run-off election on December 6 could mean another seat in the Senate for Republicans. Some polls have Bill Cassidy, the Republican candidate, up as many as 16 points over incumbent Mary Landrieu.   Read more

SC Marriage Web

A federal judge has ruled that South Carolina’s marriage amendment is unconstitutional. The State Attorney General Alan Wilson said the decision will immediately be appealed to the U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals.  Read more

Jonathan Gruber Web

A key person behind the crafting of the so-called Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act says getting it passed relied on a “lack of transparency” and the “stupidity of the American voter.”  Read more

US Sixth Circuit Web

As a rush of court decisions upend marriage laws across the country, a federal appeals court takes a refreshingly different view.  Read more

Tsunami Web

So, the leadership power in the Senate just shifted, and the conservative majority in the House just grew to historic proportions – what exactly does that really mean, particularly in the context of social issues?  Read more

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