NON-ESSENTIAL SURGERIES ARE CANCELED ACROSS THE STATE, BUT ABORTIONS CONTINUE. YOU HEARD US RIGHT. Yesterday Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers issued Emergency Order #12, Safer at Home Order, which states that “the number of people needing medical care due to COVID-19...
Posted by Wisconsin Family Action on Tuesday, 24 March 2020
On Monday, March 16, Wisconsin Family Council (WFC) and DaySpring Church hosted, for the first time ever, the Wisconsin Supreme Court Candidate Forum at DaySpring Church in Pewaukee. Candidates invited were Justice Daniel Kelly and Jill Karofsky. Karofsky did not...
Action Alert: WFA president asks citizens to weigh in on dangerous ban on talk therapy/counseling by 11 a.m. Tuesday 1/28
TODAY, Tuesday, January 28, at 11 a.m. the Wisconsin Marriage and Family Therapy, Professional Counseling and Social Work Examining Board will hold a public hearing at 4822 Madison Yards Way (Hill Farms State Office Building), Room N208, in Madison. CLICK HERE to send...
STATE ASSEMBLY PUTS ADULT DESIRES ABOVE BEST INTEREST OF CHILDREN Vote this week weakens institution of marriage & removes protective measure for children MADISON, WI – This past Tuesday during its floor session, the Wisconsin State Assembly, under its Republican...
ACTION ALERT: City of MKE endangers public employees/residents with new “gender-inclusive” resolution
MAKE YOUR CALL TODAY.THIS RESOLUTION WILL BE VOTED ON THIS TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 26. This past January, the City of Milwaukee began exploring the possibility of gender-neutral or gender-inclusive restrooms in city buildings. In July, the Equal Rights Commission’s...
BY: MacIver News Service
“English and math are tough subjects. Maybe that’s why Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) is focusing, instead, on teaching kids about sexual preferences and how to participate in political rallies.
“MMSD just celebrated “National Coming Out Day” last month (October). The video below is still up on the MMSD home page. It features middle school and high school students talking about their “sexuality.” Start at 1:00.
WHAT YOU CAN DO:
If you live in the MMSD, call your school board members and voice your opinion. Contact information may be found HERE for individual board members. OR you may email the entire board at one time using the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
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