Family Heritage Alliance Action applauds North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory for standing against the bullying from the Obama Department of Justice and its bathroom agenda. Family Heritage Alliance Action sincerely believes that unlike NC Governor McCrory, Governor Daugaard missed an opportunity to get out in front of this issue and help accommodate both sides in a peaceful and respectful manner.Read more ›
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The Family Heritage Alliance applauds North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory for standing against the bullying from the Obama Department of Justice (DOJ) and its bathroom agenda. We believe that the governor is correct in filing suit against a government that is trying to radically redefine federal law so that men can have access to women’s restrooms, locker rooms and other public accommodations.Read more ›
Could gender neutral bathrooms be used to provide the ultimate cover for sexual exploitation? Going straight to the heart of the current bathroom controversy, Project Veritas went undercover in North Carolina to find out and is releasing their findings in this new video.Read more ›
PayPal, as an entity, has the freedom to locate wherever they like, and we wouldn’t presume to tell them otherwise. However, when they seek to punish North Carolina for enacting a law regulating their own facilities, barring transgendered people or anybody else from using opposite sex bathrooms and locker rooms in public schools and other government buildings, PayPal are engaging in small-scale economic imperialism.Read more ›
PayPal’s animus toward North Carolina’s bathroom bill is interesting considering that PayPal has no trouble doing business with more than 25 countries where homosexual behavior is illegal including five where the penalty is death. Yet, they object to the North Carolina legislature overturning a misguided ordinance about letting men into the women’s bathroom?Read more ›
Tillis is an experienced legislator and solid conservative. So what’s the problem? One issue is the volatile black vote. Not volatile as to their consistency to vote for Democrats but whether or not they show up to vote.Read more ›
In short, North Carolina matters, certainly to the Democrats, who are holding their convention in Charlotte later this summer. North Carolina matters because it is a case study in contradictions. Once solid red, the “experts” only reluctantly paint it purple. The last Republican governor was elected in 1988, but Republicans controlled the legislature as of 2010. The state went for George W. Bush twice but for Obama — barely — in 2008. We are center-right but remain a Democratic stronghold.Read more ›