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Stoplight: Let it Burn

October 31, 2014

If you owned a business and it caught fire, you’d likely be surprised if some firefighters pulled up, stopped to check a list in the cab, and then said: “Let it Burn.” But that’s precisely the scenario proposed by a candidate for the Indiana state Senate.  Read more

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The Power of One

October 31, 2014

There are people all over this country who are working within their circle of friends to influence the outcome of elections this year. They show how one person – or two – can make a huge difference.  Read more

Vote Web

This is a collection of voter guides and other sources of information for more than 30 states.  Read more

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The outcome of the election will have a significant impact on social issues at the federal level. Whether it’s life, marriage or religious freedom, the Senate will determine what legislation gets passed and what judges get a seat on the courts.  Read more

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Stoplight: The Other Lincoln

October 23, 2014

“We the people are the rightful masters of both Congress and the Courts.” That quote is a primary reason that Stuart Shepard offers as encouragement for you to vote.  Read more

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The once-hidden goal of gay activism is becoming startlingly clear: Throw anyone who disagrees in jail. Or at the very least, run them out of business using the power of government as a weapon.  Read more

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Take Action: The mayor of Houston is demanding that some local preachers hand over their sermon notes, emails, text messages and more. Send her a note through our Action Center asking her to leave the pastors alone.  Read more

Citizenship Web

Are you participating in the election process this year? We’d love to hear your story!  Read more

Woman Voting Web

More than 1,300 volunteers are working tirelessly to change the U.S. Senate. CitizenLink is guiding those efforts through our network of state family policy councils. Brad Miller offers an update.  Read more

Bible Web

The city of Houston wants to subpoena the sermons and other communications of several area pastors because a lawsuit claims they have opposed and criticized the city.  Read more

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