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Tom Minnery Web

What’s Ahead in 2015

December 16, 2014

Tom Minnery explains in the CitizenLink Report how the election will influence pro-family legislation at the state and federal levels in the coming year.  Read more

Eric Buehrer Web

Administrators and teachers around the country will be teaching students about religious freedom on January 16th. Every year since 1993, the president of the United States has issued a proclamation recognizing Religious Freedom Day.  Read more

Jonathan Gruber Web

This week, an architect of Obamacare was called before Congress to explain his claims that passage of the law relied on deception and the “stupidity of the American voter.”   Read more

One Love Web

A trial court will not stop a lawsuit against two Oahu, Hawaii, churches. Self-proclaimed atheists, Mitchell Kahle and Holly Huber, are accusing One Love Ministries and Calvary Chapel Oahu of defrauding the government by paying rent to the public schools in which they meet.   Read more

Amanda Banks Email

For the next four months, Amanda Banks will serve as an Indiana state senator in place of her husband Jim, who is currently deployed to Afghanistan.   Read more

Changing Balance of Power Web

Partnering with CitizenLink, you helped us make more than 130-thousand phone calls to voters prior to the Louisiana run-off last weekend. Phone bank volunteers gave pro-family voters information on where Mary Landrieu and Bill Cassidy stood on the issues of life, marriage and religious freedom and encouraged them to go vote.  Read more

Jason McGuire Web

Robert and Cynthia Gifford paid $10,000 in fines after they politely turned down two women who requested to be married at their small business called Liberty Ridge Farm. The Giffords say their Christian faith defines marriage as the union of a man and a woman. When they’ve had weddings at their farm, they use an upstairs bedroom as the bride’s room. Now they’re asking the courts to decide whether their religious freedoms were violated.  Read more

Jonathan Saenz Web

Despite intense opposition, the Plano City Council passed a non-discrimination ordinance Monday that would potentially allow transgender persons to access the bathroom of their choice.  Read more

Poinsettias Web

The Greatest Gift

December 4, 2014

You’ll want to share this: Stuart’s nine-year-old little boy put together this very special Christmas Stoplight® episode just for you.  Read more

No Marriage Web

Same-sex marriage licenses could be issued in Florida as early as January 5. The 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals will allow a stay to expire, paving the way for Florida’s marriage amendment to be overturned.  Read more

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