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ACTION of PA, or Americans for Christian Traditions In Our Nation, is an organization that focuses on electing conservatives to office. With four chapters in Lancaster, Chester, York, and Adams counties, ACTION engages people to become more involved in politics at the local, state, and federal levels, and encourages debate on issues affecting every Pennsylvanian and American.
By John Lawrence
Over the past few months, the nation has witnessed one of our greatest cities, Detroit, slide into an ever-growing financial morass.
This one-time industrial and cultural leader has devolved from a shining beacon of capitalism to a shadow of its former self. Decades of government ineptitude and poor financial planning resulted in gross municipal over-borrowing and a crushing deb... (more)
In the ACTION Update today, we want to bring to your attention a bill in Harrisburg that is wrong in more ways than one.
Looking at HB300 (which is also being introduced in the Senate as SB300) on the surface, it may seem to be ok. But a closer look sends alarms to all who believe in traditional values.
The bill calls for nondiscrimination in three areas: employment, housing, and public ac... (more)
This is the third and last breakfast meeting for the year. The breakfast meeting will prove to be informative and enlightening. Find out how important this "off year" election really is! Come to meet candidates and hear about issues from a conservative view.... (more)
It's unfair to force taxpayers to pay for partisan politics.
By Nathan Benefield
It was the last straw for teacher Steve Calabro. When the Pennsylvania State Education Association (PSEA) ran advertisements claiming any teacher who didn't contribute to the union PAC was part of the "Gov. Tom Corbett fan club," he had seen enough. Steve, a teacher from Lackawanna County in northeastern Pennsyl... (more)
By Jeff Coleman
If the president had not intervened and convened a summit, the country would have likely spiraled into the riskiest shutdown in American history, and perhaps the deadliest. In the summer months leading up to the executive office gathering of some newly famous crusaders and egos, an ugly scenario was gelling into a life-threatening moment for millions.
JEFF COLEMAN HEADSHOT ARTV... (more)