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Press Releases for January

Release Date: January 03, 2014
Beyoncé Disgraces Last Supper Image by Posing in Front of Jesus Christ
American Family Association Says Beyoncé’s Instagram Photo is Disrespectful and Blasphemous

Pop singer Beyoncé is in hot water again after posting an Instagram photo of herself posed in front of a replica of Leonardo da Vinci’s “The Last Supper” painting, with her body covering the image of Jesus Christ. 


Release Date: January 07, 2014
AFA: Veterans Affairs Censors Christmas for Patients in VA Hospitals
American Family Association Says the Move Stomps on the Religious Liberties Veterans Fought to Protect

American Family Association( recently learned of an alarming trend of anti-Christian censorship that took place just before Christmas in Veterans Affairs hospitals throughout the country, depriving veterans of the Christmas spirit, all in the name of “political correctness.” 

Release Date: January 13, 2014
Obama Administration Moves to Silence Groups’ Voter Guides for Election Time
American Family Association Encourages Citizens to Take Action by Calling U.S. Representatives About New IRS Rules

 The Internal Revenue Service is proposing regulations that will give the tax agency authority to restrict American Family Association(AFA, and other groups from releasing voter guides and other election information that provides valuable decision-making details for voters. 


Release Date: January 16, 2014
Open Season on Pro-lifers: Assault in Oklahoma Ignored by Authorities
American Family Association Breaks News of an Attack Outside Norman, Okla., Abortion Clinic; Victims Say Police Did Not Help

American Family Association was the first to break news nationally about an assault on pro-life supporters in Norman, Okla.—an assault that was ignored by authorities 


Release Date: January 20, 2014
American Family Association: U.S. Has the Most Pro-Abortion President in History
41 Years After Roe v. Wade, It’s Time to Extend Civil Rights to the Tiniest of Americans

As the country reflects on 41 years since the landmark Supreme Court case, Roe v. Wade, which legalized abortion in the U.S., the one-million-constituent-strong American Family Association says the four-decades-old law needs to be revisited, and Americans’ votes must speak up for those who can’t. 

Release Date: January 27, 2014
Pentagon Passes Policy to Allow Soldiers to Request Wearing Turbans, Scarves and Other Religious Clothing While in Uniform
American Family Association Says Christians in Military Should be Protected in Same Way

In an unconventional move last week, the Pentagon approved a new policy that will allow soldiers greater latitude to wear turbans, head scarves, yarmulkes and other religious clothing with their uniforms, as well as seek prayer time or engage in religious practices while serving in branches of the U.S. military.


Release Date: January 29, 2014
American Family Association Points Out Real Message in President’s State of the Union Address

President Barack Obama attempted to create a few warm spots for America during a bitterly cold winter in his State of the Union address last night, but as he begins his sixth year in office, many aren’t convinced his policies are strengthening the country.

Release Date: January 14, 2010
American Family Association condemns abortion super center

Planned Parenthood intends to open a six-story, 78,000 square-foot abortion facility in Houston, Texas. Numerous pro-life leaders from all across the United States will attend a prayer vigil on Sunday evening, January 17, and a silent march followed by a national press conference on Monday, January 18, Martin Luther King, Jr. day, to protest the opening of this massive abortuary.

Release Date: January 07, 2010
AFA criticizes Obama appointment of transgendered man to commerce position

President Barack Obama made history on New Year's Eve when he appointed the former Mitchell Simpson, who now identifies himself as a female named Amanda, to a position as a senior adviser in the Commerce Department.

Release Date: January 05, 2010
AFA opposes Southers' nomination to head TSA: will make air travel less safe for America's families

The American Family Association (AFA) today announced its opposition to Erroll Southers' nomination to serve as the next head of the Transportation Security Administration.

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