Florida Family Policy Blog
Churches that are abandoning the Scriptural definition of marriage, okaying abortion, and other capitulations to culture are seeing the inevitable result: people no longer see why they’re any different from secular liberals. After all, if you don’t stand for something, you’ll fall for anything.
Unfortunately, voter fraud of all types exists in every state in the nation. Felons voting, dead people voting, people voting in two OR more places…. it’s enough to make the average legal voter wonder if his/her vote really counts.
The primary election is August 14th. If you live in Hillsborough, Hardy, Hendry, Monroe, or Collier County, you can choose to vote early beginning July 30th. Other counties’ Early Voting begins August 4th.
The article recounts recent pro-life legislation and the 2008 Marriage Amendment passed thanks to coalitions of pastors, patriots, and pro-family organizations united with the Florida Family Policy Council, Florida Family Action, and Florida Family Action PAC to impact Florida forever.
Something has to be done. Not only are pre-marital counseling and education more important now than ever before, but the faith-based community and government must take steps to help divorce-proof more marriages.
On June 25, State Senators Alan Hays and Steve Wise, and State Representatives Dennis Baxley, Chris Dorworth, Eric Eisnaugle, Steve Precourt and Kelli Stargel, with the aid of attorneys John Stemberger and Deborah Dewart, filed an amici curiae (friends of the court) brief in the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals.
Research shows that marriage is good for your health.
Married people live longer, have better access to health care, enjoy a more satisfying sex life, experience less stress, live a healthier lifestyle, and have lower rates of heart disease, diabetes, and depression compared to their single counterparts.
“The problem with embryonic stem cells is that embryonic stem cells come from embryos, like all of us were made from embryos. And those cells can become any cell in the body. But it’s very hard to control them, and so they can become cancer.”
While many now balk at the idea of gender-based abortions (still legal in 46 states), within a few years a new type of DNA testing may mean parents can find more “reasons” to kill their babies.
I recently found this great article by conservative radio commentator, Dennis Prager. We really can learn a lot by knowing the impact the up and coming liberal agenda and policies being presented in the U.S. have already had in other countries:
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