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Or so Justice Antonin Scalia claimed at an appearance Monday at The University of Arizona College of Law. According to an article by Howard Fischer, Scalia argued that the more liberal Justices are “trying to manufacture new constitutional rights that were never intended by the...

Susan G. Komen for the Cure is synonymous with the battle to fight breast cancer. It is currently the largest and most widely known organization fundraising and educating to protect women against this medical threat. Race for the Cure, the organizations fundraising 5k, is also...

The authors of bestselling book Freakonomics, Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner, released a segment from their new book SuperFreakonomics in last week’s The Sunday Times. And what was the topic? The economics of prostitution. The article was presented under the guise of moral neutral, by focusing...

We just posted a copy of Jennifer Stinson’s outstanding speech to the first ever Smart Girl Summit on our website and we recommend everyone read it. Jennifer Stinson is an advocate with UFI where she lobbies the United Nation and other governmental entities for policies and...

Yesterday the Senate passed the LGBT hate crime bill we encouraged you to oppose earlier this week. The bill, The Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act, will extend the federal definition of hate crimes to include crimes committed based on sex, sexual...

Since Obama’s nomination of Chai Fledblum for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the press has released a series of startling quotations from Feldblum that reveal not only her agenda, but make evident the radical politics of many of President Obama’s nominees and staffers. She,...

The Senate is expected to vote in the next few weeks on a new piece of hate crime legislation that would provide special protections to homosexuals and transgender individuals. The legislation would give the federal government authority to prosecute violent crimes “motivated by prejudice” against...

The sex-ed program in the Cleveland Metropolitan School District is to become a model for the nation. At least that is what organizations like the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States hope. Why is this a concern? First and foremost, because 50% of the...

Last week we told you to contact Gov. Schwarzenegger in opposition to a bill that would establish May 22 as "Harvey Milk Day," in honor of the openly homosexual politician. Yet, despite the objections of the people of California, Schwarzenegger signed the bill into effect...

Here are two videos showing the massive support for life at the pro-life march in Madrid Spain! [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KDfNeBuekB4&feature=player_embedded] [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B-miirYkgMo&feature=player_embedded]...

This weekend demonstrators took to the streets in Madrid  to opposes the socialist government’s proposed liberalization of national abortion laws. The proposed alterations would make abortions widely available and allow girls as young as 16 to obtain abortions without parental consent. United Families joined with the...

California gay marriage advocates just announced today a three-year campaign to promote same-sex marriage in California. The campaign, headed by gay-rights group Equality California, is called Let Freedom Ring and will spend over $15 million on paid advertising and grassroots efforts to win over public...

United Families International Vice President of Chapter Development, Carol Soelberg, was featured in a East Valley Tribune article this week defending marriage and speaking against domestic partnership registry in the state.  Carol sent her full remarks to Tribune author Sonu Munshi (listed below).  Munshi took...

After months of deliberation and debate the Senate Finance Committee finally passed its health care bill on Tuesday. During debates pro-life lobbyists and Senators worked to guarantee that federally funded abortion would not be included in the bill. And despite defeating Sen. Orrin Hatch’s proposed...

This week “Voice of the Nation” will be talking with Jennifer Stinson, opening speaker for Smart Girl Summit 2009 in Nashville Tennessee.  Speaking on the importance of family values and national sovereignty (the right of nations to determine their own laws and customs), Jennifer urged...

A new memoir was released yesterday detailing the experience of a woman “addicted to abortion.” In the memoir, Impossible Motherhood: Testimony of an Abortion Addict. Irene Vilar not only admits to having 15 abortions in 17 years, but also chronicles the pathology that led to...

The Center for Reproductive Rights is once again attacking the rights of unborn. Last week they filed a suit challenging a new Oklahoma state law (H.B. 1595) that would put a stop to sex-selective abortions and increase the state's abortion reporting requirements beginning November 1. The...

Maine is in desperate need of financial assistance in the fight to protect marriage.  If they do not receive additional financial support soon they are at risk of losing the fight.  Your support can make all the difference.  What happens in Maine will affect the...

Irish public school published the nation’s first guide to sexual equality yesterday. The guide, entitled Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Students in Post-Primary Schools - Guidance for Principals and School Leaders, instructs principals and faculty on how to better support and improve the experience of LGBT...

The United Nations (UN) Human Rights Council (HRC) concluded its twelfth session last week by passing a resolution in favor of traditional values. The Resolution The resolution, introduced by the Russian Federation, is entitled "Promoting human rights and fundamental freedoms through a better understanding of traditional values...

The Senate Finance Committee is voting today on its $829 billion version of the health care reform bill. President Obama is in favor of the bill; however, the health insurance industry is vocalizing their opposition to the plan. The health care reform bill currently being...

We came by this news a little late, but thought it notable enough to share, even though a bit outdated. Last month, Ben & Jerry’s renamed one of their most popular flavors “Hubby Hubby” in celebration of the legalization of same-sex marriage in Vermont. Throughout the...

United Families International Board member and Voice of the Nation talk show host Heather Sandstrom speaks from her personal experience as a Canadian citizen regarding government controlled healthcare. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FUOjqzqKN6g]...