WARNING: This video is highly offensive but you need to hear it in order to vote correctly on Amendment 2. NSFW

John Morgan Is Amendment 2 truly just about Orlando Lawyer John Morgan’s “army of angels”? The Florida Legislature has already passed two separate laws which have authorized several legitimate medical marijuana dispensaries now operating across the state to help people … Continue reading

All Voter Guides Now Available Online

Whether you’re voting by mail, early voting or voting on Election Day (November 8, 2016) our free voter guide resources are here to help you and other Floridians make wise choices and support candidates that stand on principle for life, marriage, family, and religious liberty! Continue reading

Voter Guides, Score Cards & Endorsements: Our new strategy to educate voters

Exciting changes are happening this year! FFPC is announcing a change in strategy to educate voters and hold legislators accountable. New resources available. Continue reading

An Open Letter to Florida’s Only Openly Gay Legislator Rep. David Richardson

While I realize the matter of the Orlando shooting and the topic of creating new LGBT rights are still raw, emotional, and highly personal matters for members of the LGBT community, this in no way justifies these inflammatory remarks which do nothing to foster good will, understanding or collegiality among fellow members of the Legislature, much less the general public.  On the contrary, your comments breed divisiveness, sow discord and are an attempt to manipulate and silence robust debate among the other elected leaders of our Legislature on these important policy decisions. Continue reading

Statement on Recent Orlando Gay Nightclub Tragedy

“The people shot by the Islamic jihadist were sons and daughters, mothers and fathers. They were citizens and workers. They were precious souls. Most importantly they were people who were made in the image and likeness of God himself. They were image bearers of the Creator and worthy of dignity, value, and respect. Continue reading

President Obama and his administration put the safety and privacy of every child in America at risk. What can YOU DO?

When the safety and privacy of our children are put at risk by a president who values his sexual revolution agenda over their protection, we are called to speak and to act.
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Panelists and Moderator Announced for North Florida GOP Congressional Debate

Today, the Florida Family Policy Council announced its panelists for the North Florida Congressional District 2 Debate. All Republican candidates in District 2 are participating in the debate, including Neal Dunn; Jeff Moran; Ken Sukhia; and Mary Thomas. The debate forum will focus on social, domestic, economic and foreign policy issues. Continue reading

Florida Becomes the 12th State To De-fund Planned Parenthood

Today, Gov. Rick Scott signed HB 1411 into law, which significantly cuts taxpayer funding to all abortion clinics in the state of Florida, including Planned Parenthood, the largest abortion provider in America. Florida is now the 12th state to defund Planned Parenthood from accessing state taxpayer dollars after Alabama, Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah and Wisconsin. Continue reading

Florida Legislature Passes Bill Cutting State Funding to Planned Parenthood and other Abortion Providers

Today the Florida Legislature passed HB 1411: Termination of Pregnancies by Sen. Kelli Stargel (R-Lakeland) in the Senate and Rep. Colleen Burton (R-Lakeland) in the House of Representatives. The bill cuts state taxpayer funding to abortion clinics, including Planned Parenthood, all across Florida. Continue reading

Pro-Life Leaders Re-Launch Campaign to Defund Planned Parenthood in FL

The Florida Family Policy Council (FFPC), led by President and General Counsel John Stemberger, has announced they will be re-launching a statewide campaign – on behalf of thousands of pro-life Floridians – calling on Gov. Rick Scott (R) to fully defund Planned Parenthood in the state, and redirect those funds to the more than 600 community health clinics in Florida. Continue reading

Celebrating Ten Years of Fighting for Life, Marriage, Family and Liberty

Ten years of advocacy, fighting for life, marriage, family and liberty Continue reading

Taxpayer Rally to Defund Planned Parenthood Postponed to Spring 2016

“This violent and horrifying act by someone who has a troubling and violent past, is in complete opposition to the pro-life cause,” said John Stemberger, President of the Florida Family Policy Council. “We believe that we must continue promoting the pro-life message and reiterate the concern we have for every human life including the victims of this tragedy. Continue reading

Pro-Life Taxpayers Plan Rally at Florida State Capitol to Demand Action

Today, the Florida Family Policy Council (FFPC) announced that a movement of pro-life Floridians, represented and led by FFPC President John Stemberger and co-sponsored by the Students for Life’s Defund Planned Parenthood Bus Tour will hold a major rally at the Florida State Capitol. Continue reading

Colorado Becomes the Latest State to Consider Defunding Planned Parenthood

As Colorado becomes the latest state to consider ending taxpayer funding for Planned Parenthood, the Florida Family Policy Council (FFPC), led by President and General Counsel John Stemberger, is urging Governor Rick Scott to follow the lead of Pro-Life Governors across the country by blocking state and federal taxpayer funds from going to Planned Parenthood in the State of Florida. Continue reading

Pro-Life Floridians Outraged as Taxpayer Funding Flows to Planned Parenthood

The pro-life community in the State of Florida is growing increasingly frustrated with Governor Rick Scott’s excuses for refusing to stop state taxpayer money from flowing to Planned Parenthood and are demanding he do so immediately. Continue reading

Reality Check on Governor Rick Scott’s 4 Reasons For Not Defunding Planned Parenthood

The job of any Governor is to enforce the law, and we appreciate Governor Scott for doing that. Yet any Governor, regardless of whether they are pro-life or pro-abortion, should enforce the law and hold people accountable for violating it. Continue reading

Gov. Rick Scott Apparently Unfazed by Newest Planned Parenthood Video

Pro-Life Floridians Continue to be Outraged as State Taxpayer Funding of Planned Parenthood Continues
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Reality Check (4 of 4): Reasons Florida Gov. Rick Scott Refuses to Defund Planned Parenthood

Scott unapologetically refuses to defund Planned Parenthood just because he does not want to. “Gov. Rick Scott has no interest in cancelling the state’s Medicaid contracts with Planned Parenthood. Spokeswoman Jackie Schutz confirmed that the governor has no intentions to cancel the contracts after the conservative Florida Family Policy Council went after Scott on Thursday, demanding that he cancel the contracts.” – Michael Auslen, Oct 2, 2015, Miami Herald Continue reading

Reality Check (3 of 4): Reasons Florida Gov. Rick Scott Refuses to Defund Planned Parenthood

The job of any Governor is to enforce the law, and we appreciate Governor Scott for doing that. Yet any Governor, regardless of whether they are pro-life or pro-abortion, should enforce the law and hold people accountable for violating it. Continue reading

If Texas Can Do It, So Can Florida!

Yesterday, the Dallas Morning News reported that the state of Texas joined other states including Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Utah, New Hampshire and Wisconsin in efforts to defund Planned Parenthood from receiving all state taxpayer dollars. Now it’s Governor Scott’s turn. If Texas can do it, so can Florida. Continue reading

Texas Cuts Taxpayer Funding to Planned Parenthood

“Texas has done exactly what we are asking Governor Rick Scott to do in Florida: namely completely defunding Planned Parenthood and stopping any more taxpayer funds from going to Planned Parenthood as a Medicaid provider,” said John Stemberger, President and General Counsel of the Florida Family Policy Council. “Planned Parenthood’s termination as a Medicaid provider would not affect access to care in Florida, as it will not in Texas, because there are thousands of Federally Qualified Health Clinics, Medicaid-certified rural health clinics, and other providers across the state that provide quality healthcare to Medicaid patients.” Continue reading

Reality Check (2 of 4): Reasons Florida Gov. Rick Scott Refuses to Defund Planned Parenthood

Our state tax dollars are not being sent to an organization which complies with all State and Federal laws. Planned Parenthood chapters across the country work together as a “federation” and have an extensive record of audits, investigations and fines for waste, fraud and illegal activity, and are currently being investigated, criminally and civilly, at every level for offenses including failure to report statutory rape, failure to comply with parental involvement laws, and failure to comply with health and safety clinic regulations. Continue reading

Pro-Life Leaders Rally to Defund Planned Parenthood

Today, the Florida Family Policy Council (FFPC), led by President and General Counsel John Stemberger, announced that a series of rallies will be held in front of local Planned Parenthood offices all across Florida tomorrow, October 10, from 9 to 11 a.m. ET. The rallies, as part of a statewide campaign – on behalf of thousands of pro-life Floridians – will include a call to Gov. Rick Scott (R) to fully defund Planned Parenthood in the state, and redirect those funds to the more than 600 community health clinics in Florida. Continue reading

Fact Check (1 of 4): Reasons Florida Gov. Rick Scott Refuses to Defund Planned Parenthood

States not only have the obligation, but the legal right to terminate the Medicaid contracts of those healthcare providers who are no longer deemed qualified. In fact, the powers of a state Medicaid program to exclude a provider are broader than those of the federal government. A state Medicaid program may exclude a health care provider from participation “for any reason for which the Secretary could exclude the [provider] from participation” (i.e., the grounds for discretionary exclusion enumerated above) “[i]n addition to any other authority.” 42 U.S.C. § 1396a(p)(1) (emphasis added). Continue reading

FFPC Launches Campaign to Defund Planned Parenthood in Florida Demands Gov. Rick Scott Utilize Executive Action Immediately

Earlier today, the Florida Family Policy Council (FFPC), led by President and General Counsel John Stemberger, held a press conference to herald the launch of a statewide campaign – on behalf of thousands of pro-life Floridians – calling on Gov. Rick Scott (R) to fully defund Planned Parenthood in the state, and redirect those funds to the more than 600 community health clinics in Florida. Continue reading

Protect My Ministry Tour | Fall 2015 Dates

“A conference for Pastors and Christian School Headmasters to legally protect their churches and schools in the aftermath of the Supreme Court’s decision redefining marriage…” Continue reading

Save the Date: Tenth Anniversary Dinner FFPC

Featuring Albert Mohler, President of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, one of the largest seminaries in the world. Albert Mohler will be speaking on the topic of his new book, “We Cannot Be Silent.” Time Magazine has called Al Mohler the “Reigning intellectual of the evangelical movement in the U.S.” Continue reading

Final Decision By Boy Scouts Of America To Allow Openly Homosexual Adult Leaders Places Sponsoring Churches At Greater Legal Risk

(Orlando, FL) The pending final and binding decision today by the top leadership of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) to allow openly homosexual adults and youth within the program reverses over a hundred years of tradition and values and alters years of the youth protection policy within the organization. Continue reading

It’s Time to Pray–and Its Time to Stand

The government should not be allowed to punish Christians for holding to their biblical beliefs about marriage. Continue reading

With the Supreme Court’s decision, your gift to protect family and freedom is more crucial now than ever!

The bottom line, is that the decision by the majority is extremely disappointing, but we are called to be faithful and stand for what is right, regardless of the circumstance. Continue reading

BREAKING NEWS: US Supreme Court Forces Redefinition of Marriage in All 50 States

“This sad day in history will forever reflect the that highest court of our land ignored the rule of law and the will of 51 million people in over 38 states in an illegitimate act of raw judicial power and arrogance.” Continue reading

Faith Based Agencies at Risk After Governor Signs HB 7013

Florida Governor Rick Scott signed into law and approved a bill which removed Florida’s long standing law prohibiting homosexuals from adopting which also leaves Florida’s faith based adoption agency at risk of being legally attacked and shutting down. Catholic Charities and other faith-based agencies have closed in Massachusetts, Illinois, California and Washington, DC for similar reasons like having polices preferring placements of children with married mothers and fathers. Continue reading

Breaking News: US Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Same-Sex Marriage Case in Conflict Between Two Federal Circuits

Today (Friday, January 16, 2015) the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) announced it would take up a historic same-sex marriage case on whether states have a right to define marriage. Continue reading

Breaking News: Florida Family Action Files Lawsuits Against Local Elected Officials

FFA suits request that Circuit Court order elected officials to obey the law after making public statements they will participate in issuing or officiating over same-sex marriage license ceremonies. Continue reading

BREAKING NEWS: Florida’s Marriage Amendment Overturned

The Florida Marriage Amendment which defined marriage as the union of one man and one woman, and which was passed by millions of Floridians has been overturned by a handful of judges.   ORLANDO, FL–The Eleventh Circuit US Court of … Continue reading

Florida, Along With America, Has Spoken!

Floridians, along with other Americans have spoken through the results of the 2014 mid-term election. By voting overwhelmingly for conservative candidates who value life, traditional marriage and religious liberty more than their liberal counterparts, they basically sent the message that, “We reject the extreme policy agenda of Barack Obama and the direction he is leading this country.” Continue reading

Why I am for medical marijuana but against Amendment 2, Orlando Lawyer John Morgan’s deceptive campaign to legalize pot smoking across Florida

This past year has been a real learning curve on the whole topic of medical marijuana. Thanks to a good friend of mine, who is a respected physician, I learned there really are some valid and legitimate medical uses for marijuana. Continue reading

Statement on Supreme Court Decision to Refuse to Take Up Marriage Cases and its Impact in Florida

Florida Family Policy Council President, John Stemberger, released the following statement in response to the Supreme Court’s refusal to accept appeals in marriage cases involving only the five states of Indiana, Oklahoma, Utah, Virginia and Wisconsin: Continue reading

Former State Senator Ronda Storms of Tampa to be Honored with William Wilberforce Award at the Ninth Annual Policy Awards Dinner

Ronda Storms, a two decade veteran of Florida politics from the Tampa area will be one of many special guests in attendance at the Ninth Annual Policy Awards Dinner of the Florida Family Policy Council (FFPC) to be held on Saturday, October 11, 2014 in Orlando at the Rosen Centre Hotel. Storms is a wife, mother, attorney, educator and faithful public servant. Continue reading

BREAKING NEWS: FLORIDA KEYS JUDGE DISRESPECTS WILL OF FIVE MILLION FLORIDA VOTERS IN RULING ATTEMPTING TO FIND FLORIDA MARRIAGE AMENDMENT UNCONSTITUTIONAL

Ruling allows same-sex couples and many others to obtain illegitimate marriage licenses from Monroe County Clerk of Court, (Florida Keys) possibly as soon as Tuesday, July 22, 2014. Continue reading

STEMBERGER TO MAKE PUBLIC MEDIA COMMENT AFTER LEGAL ARGUMENTS IN MIAMI HEARING ON MARRIAGE AMENDMENT CHALLENGES

On Wednesday, July 2, 2014 in Miami, John Stemberger, the President and General Counsel of the Florida Family Policy Council will be available for public media comments immediately following the state court hearing in Miami attempting to challenge Florida’s Marriage Protection Amendment. Continue reading

Florida Family Policy Council Moves to Intervene in Federal Court Cases to Protect Marriage in Florida

Today Florida Family Policy filed a Motion to Intervene in Brenner v. Scott and Grimsley v. Scott, both lawsuits initiated by homosexual activists seeking to declare Florida’s state constitutional and statutory marriage laws unconstitutional. Continue reading

Florida Family Policy Council Announces Publication of Statewide Cultural Indicators Report

The 55 page full color document provides statistical data for 37 cultural indicators in 7 different categories including vital statistics, crime, education, family, health, poverty & welfare, and business & government. Each indicator compares Florida’s status to the rest of the country by using charts, graphs and graphic color images to accompany the raw data. Continue reading

Florida Family Action Seeks to Intervene in Miami Lawsuit Where Same-Sex Couples Attempt to Overturn Marriage Protection Amendment in Florida Constitution

Florida Family Action along with a diverse coalition of citizen groups crossing racial, political, and religious lines, today filed a Motion to Intervene in Pareto v. Ruvin, the lawsuit initiated by homosexual activists seeking to declare Florida’s marriage laws unconstitutional. Continue reading

Florida Family Policy Council Responds to Equality Florida’s Announcement of a Lawsuit That Attempts to Overturn Florida’s Marriage Protection Amendment

On Tuesday, January 21, 2014, John Stemberger, President and General Counsel of the Florida Family Policy Council, issued the following statement in response to Equality Florida’s announcement that they are filing a federal lawsuit to attempt to overturn Florida’s Marriage Protection Amendment found in Article I, Section 27 of the Florida Constitution: Continue reading

Bibles to be Distributed Today in Orange and Collier Counties Public Schools

On Thursday, January 16, 2014, the Florida Family Policy Council in coordination with World Changers of Florida, and local churches will be distributing copies of the Bible on several Florida public high school campuses in Orange and Collier Counties. Continue reading

Trail Life USA, Christian Alternative to the Boy Scouts of America, launched January 1

On Wednesday, January 1, 2014, Trail Life USA officially launched its outdoor adventure program for boys and young men nationwide. Continue reading

Introducing Trail Life USA

The name and visual branding for “Trail Life USA” were unveiled publicly for the first time to great applause and excitement by those gathered to launch a Christian alternative to the Boy Scouts of America. Continue reading

OnMyHonor.Net announces new character building organization for boys

OnMyHonor.Net announced the creation of a new organization this week. Their mission is to guide generations of courageous young men to honor God, lead with integrity, serve others, and experience outdoor adventure. The new program will be an exciting and … Continue reading

John Stemberger Statement on Marriage Decision

John Stemberger, president and general counsel of the Florida Family Policy Council, released the following statement on June 26, 2013 regarding the US Supreme Court’s decisions on marriage: Today the U.S. Supreme Court has handed down two major decisions on … Continue reading

Governor Scott Signs FFPC Supported Bill “Infants Born Alive” Legislation at Florida Baptist Children’s Home

Governor Rick Scott signed a bill that the Florida Family Policy Council (FFPC) supported, HB 1139 to grant infants who survive abortion procedures the same rights as infants born naturally. Continue reading

CONTROVERSIAL JACKSONVILLE SEXUAL ORIENTATION, GENDER IDENTITY & EXPRESSION “NON-DISCRIMINATION” ORDINANCE 296 DECISIVELY DEFEATED

Tonight, the Jacksonville City Council overwhelmingly rejected the controversial proposed 2012-296 “non-discrimination” ordinance. Continue reading

Jacksonville Citizens Will Not Be Fooled: A Vote for 296 is a Vote to Undermine Florida’s Marriage Laws

Florida Family Action has released documentation today gathered from the Duval County Supervisor of Elections office displaying how the citizens of Jacksonville voted on Florida’s Marriage Protection Amendment in 2008. Continue reading

FFPC President John Stemberger Stands with Former Jacksonville City Council President Ginger Soud, Other Attorneys and Community Leaders to Oppose Jacksonville Sexual/ Gender Identity and Expression Ordinance

Today FFPC President and General Counsel John Stemberger stood with former Jacksonville City Council President Ginger Soud, legal expert Roger Gannam, Attorney Joey Vaughn and other leaders to make news announcements and highlight major concerns with the City’s proposed nondiscrimination ordinance, 2012-296. Continue reading

State and Federal Legislators Join Nationwide Rally Against the HHS Mandate in Orlando

STAND UP FOR RELIGIOUS FREEDOM Nationwide Rally * Friday, March 23, 2012 (Orlando, FL) On Friday, March 23, 2012 from 12:00 noon to 1:00 p.m. hundreds of concerned citizens will hold a Rally for Religious Freedom at the Orlando Federal … Continue reading

AMENDED FLORIDA “PRAYER” BILL, SB98, WINS SUPPORT FROM LEADING RELIGIOUS LIBERTY ADVOCATES AS SUPPORTING FREE SPEECH OF STUDENTS

(Orlando, FL) Today, the Florida Family Policy Council announced its full support for Senate Bill 98 after previously expressing concerns about early versions of the bill last week.  SB98 in its current and amended form would simply give discretion to local … Continue reading

KOMEN FOUNDATION BETRAYS MAJORITY OF PRO-LIFE AMERICANS BY REVERSING DECISION TO STOP FUNDING PLANNED PARENTHOOD

(Orlando, FL) In a stunning move, three days after making a decision to stop funding Planned Parenthood, the Associated Press today reports that the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation today “apologized” and announced it was reversing their decision.   … Continue reading

Stemberger to Debate Casino Leaders at Fort Lauderdale / Broward Chamber of Commerce Forum on Gambling

(FORT LAUDERDALE, FL) On Tuesday morning, November 29,2011, from 7:30 to 9:30am at the Westin Cypress Creek Hotel, 400 Corporate Drive in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, a debate forum will be held on the current legislative proposal to expand casinos in … Continue reading

Congresswoman Michele Bachmann to Keynote Florida Family Policy Council Annual Policy Awards Dinner Saturday, August 27, 2011 in Orlando, Florida

(Orlando, Florida) The Florida Family Policy Council will be holding it’s Sixth Annual Policy Awards Dinner with keynote speaker Congresswoman Michele Bachmann and special guests Senate President Mike Haridopolos and House Speaker Dean Cannon. The event will be held on … Continue reading

U.S. Senate Republican Candidate Debate to be held in Orlando, FL., Saturday, August 20, 2011

(Orlando, Florida) The Florida Family Policy Council and The Central Florida Tea Party Coalition will be co-sponsoring a debate forum for the major candidates in the U.S. Senate Republican primary race on Saturday, August 20, 2011, from 10:00 a.m to 12 noon … Continue reading

Florida Governor Rick Scott Issues Proclamation in Support of Marriage

Encourages citizens, churches, businesses, organizations and community leaders to strengthen marriage “We are thrilled to see Florida recognizing the importance of marriage to the men, women and children of our great state,” said John Stemberger, president of Florida Family Council who … Continue reading

FLORIDA BAR CREATES JUDICIAL CANDIDIATE INFORMATION FORM IN RESPONSE TO LAWSUIT BY POLICY COUNCIL

But Questions About Family, Religion and Judicial Philosophy Were Intentionally Omitted, Making the Form Largely Unhelpful to Values Voters (Orlando, FL) After over three years of deliberation and discussion about what types of questions the form would ask, The Florida Bar finally approved and … Continue reading

DON WILDMON TO BE HONORED AT THE FIFTH ANNUAL POLICY AWARDS DINNER MAY 15, 2010, IN ORLANDO FLORIDA

(Orlando, FL) Don Wildmon, the founder of the American Family Association (AFA) based in Tupelo, Mississippi will be one of the special guests in attendance at the Fifth Annual Policy Awards Dinner of the Florida Family Policy Council (FFPC) to … Continue reading

New Comprehensive Study Shows How Pornography Threatens Marriages, Children, Communities and Individual Happiness

(ORLANDO, FL)– The Florida Family Policy Council and the Family Research Council released a new study today that comprehensively details the effects of pornography on marriages, children, communities and individual happiness. The study, “The Effects of Pornography on Individuals, Marriage, … Continue reading

OBAMA APPOINTED ADMINISTRATOR INSTRUCTS NASA EMPLOYEES TO “CELEBRATE” LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL AND TRANSGENDER SEXUAL BEHAVIOR AND PROMOTE GAY RIGHTS ACTIVITIES

Family Policy Council Leader Blasts the Commander in Chief  and NASA’s Acting Administrator for Being “Off-Mission” (Orlando, FL) This past Monday June 9, the approximately 300,000 employees of the National Aeronautics Space Administration (NASA) were instructed to join other organizations … Continue reading

GAMBLING DEAL IS A BAD BET FOR FLORIDA’S CHILDREN

Joint Coalition Statement in Opposition to Legislatures Proposed Gambling “Deal” By Dennis Baxley, Christian Coalition of Florida; Bill Bunkley, Florida Baptist Convention; Nathan Dunn, Florida Family Action; John Stemberger, Florida Family Policy Council Joint Legislative Committee Proposes Largest Predatory Gambling Expansion in Florida’s … Continue reading

ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTEEN FLORIDA BAR ATTORNEYS FILE NOTICE OF OPPOSITION TO FAMILY LAW SECTION WHICH SUPPORTED GAY ADOPTION RULING

(Orlando, FL) Yesterday afternoon, 116 lawyers who are members of the Florida Bar filed a formal notice in support an Amicus (friend of the court) Brief which argues that the Family Law section the Florida Bar is in violation of … Continue reading

Florida Governor Charlie Crist Rejects Most Qualified Supreme Court Nominee Endorsed by PBA, Law Enforcement, NRA, Right to Life and other Pro-Life / Pro-Family Groups

Instead Appoints Judge Endorsed by Planned Parenthood and Homosexual Activists (Tallahassee, FL) Today, Florida’s Governor Charlie Crist announced the appointment of Judge James E.C. Perry of Sanford and rejected Judge Alan Lawson for the Florida Supreme Court.  Governor Crist received an … Continue reading

New Survey Shows Fewer Problems at Home and at School for Children With Intact Married Families that Worship Weekly

(ORLANDO, FL) – A new study released today by the Florida Family Policy Council finds that children have fewer problems at school and home when they live with both biological parents and frequently attend religious services.  Drs. Nicholas Zill [1][1] … Continue reading

ACTIVIST TRIAL COURT JUDGE IN MIAMI DEFIES FLORIDA LAW PROHIBITING HOMOSEXUAL ADOPTIONS FINDING LAW UNCONSTITUTIONAL

(Orlando, FL) Today, Judge Cindy S. Lederman, a trial court judge in Miami has ruled that Florida’s law prohibiting homosexuals from adopting children was unconstitutional justifying her ruling under the “equal protection” clause of the Florida Constitution.  Judge Lederman ruled that … Continue reading

A Special Report: Passage of the Florida Marriage Protection Amendment

The Triumph of the Common Man Over Cultural Elites Dear Friend, We did it — You did it — And ultimately God did it!  After four long years of hard work and some rather stunning opposition along the way, the … Continue reading

BOGUS LAWSUIT BY STEALTH GAY ACTIVISTS RED AND BLUE DENIED ON ALL COUNTS

(Miami, FL) Florida Red and Blue, a homosexual front group, who opposes Amendment 2 to define marriage between one man and one woman, was tossed out of court this evening after filing a frivolous lawsuit in a Miami Circuit Court late … Continue reading