Monday, November 30, 2009
Saturday, November 28, 2009
Many Christians have joined the boycott of Gap as a result of its initial "holiday" ad that mingled Christmas with the pagan "Winter Solstice" holiday.
Gap says the new ad will include people proudly cheering “Merry Christmas", and features Christmas trees, lights and ornaments as well.
What You Can Do: Keep informed on which stores are shunning Christ this Christmas season - a list of some of those stores is in the below article called "The War Against Christmas." You can let stores without Christmas know you won't be purchasing items there. This news about Gap stores is an example of how Christians taking public stand CAN make a difference.
Monday, November 23, 2009
NEWS: The Pepsi company donates tens of thousands of dollars every year to promoting homosexual events throughout the nation, and is a sponsor of the 2009 New York City gay pride parade. Now PepsiCo isn’t content with pushing homosexuality inside its own company. It feels compelled to use corporate leaders in pressing other companies to accept it as well.
In the October 2009 "Out and Equal Workplace Conference", PepsiCo’s vice president and CIO led a seminar to teach employees in the art of “leveraging strong sponsor or leader relationships” within companies to embrace homosexuality. The seminar was entitled “Use ’em or Lose ’em.”
At the same event, a manager of PepsiCo’s corporate contributions and foundation department served as a judge in the Out and Equal’s “Outie Awards.” The awards are given in celebration and recognition to companies and employees who advance homosexual causes in the workplace.
PepsiCo also donated money to the event as an “advocate” sponsorship and placed a half-page ad in the event program.
What You Can Do:
1) Boycott Pepsi products (Pepsi products include: Pepsi soft drinks, Gatorade, Aquafina, Mountain Dew, Dole Juice, Sierra Mist, SoBe, Mug Root Beer.)
2) Contact PepsiCo at (914) 253-2000 or 1-800-433-2652 and tell them you are boycotting its products until it stops promoting the homosexual agenda.
Saturday, November 21, 2009
The Congressional Budget Office predicts that under the Senate's proposal, millions of Americans will lose the employer-based coverage they currently have.
"It's a terribly expensive bill," states Senator Roger Wicker of Mississippi. "I don't know how they can tout it as something that actually saves money; except that they're using a few accounting gimmicks to maybe make it look better at first. It raises taxes to a tune of half-a-trillion dollars. It eliminates the so-called 'Stupak language' which was negotiated in the House and was designed to ensure that no taxpayer dollars go to fund abortion through these insurance plans. That language is taken out."
(President Reagan warned about Socialized Medicine. Listen to his 10 minute speech on our "Heritage" page.)
WHAT YOU CAN DO ABOUT IT: Contact your state's Senators and ask them to oppose the Heathcare Bill! You can learn how to contact your state's Senator's on our "Speak Out" page.
Monday, November 16, 2009
Tuesday, November 10, 2009
More than 5,000 Christians throughout the state and nation contacted the governor and were instrumental in achieving this victory for Christmas and against the forces of political correctness..
Bottom line: it worked. Thanks for speaking up – and congratulations on your victory!