October 26, 2009AFA warns senators: Your vote on thought crimes bill will be remembered
The American Family Association (AFA) today put every senator who voted for the so-called "hate crimes" bill on notice that pro-family Americans will remember their votes when they stand for re-election.
October 20, 2009AFA calls for elimination of abortion from health care reform
The American Family Association (AFA) is joining with other pro-family organizations to call for the elimination of abortion from health care reform legislation.
October 15, 2009AFA TO 7-Eleven: DON’T STOCK SIMPSON PORN
American Family Association (AFA) today called on 7-Eleven stores to reconsider their decision to sell the November issue of Playboy, which will feature a cartoon character on the cover. The magazine will hit newsstands on October 16 with a cover and two-page centerfold featuring Marge Simpson, the mother on the Fox animated series The Simpsons.
October 13, 2009AFA promotes a Christian’s role in education
American Family Association (AFA) will be sponsoring a live webcast tonight providing a two-and-a-half hour look at the issues that challenge Christians regarding the education of their children.
October 07, 2009AFA: Good that God finally welcome in Capitol Visitor Center
The American Family Association (AFA) is celebrating the addition of the nation’s motto, “In God We Trust,” to the $621 million Capitol Visitor Center. Virtually all mention of the role of faith in God in America’s founding and development was omitted from displays when the center first opened.
October 06, 2009PepsiCo boycott petition reaches 500,000 signers
American Family Association (AFA) says it has now secured over 500,000 signatures from those pledging to boycott the PepsiCo Company over its continued support of same-sex marriage and homosexual advocacy. AFA has been promoting a boycott of PepsiCo since January, 2009.
October 06, 2009AFA calls for resignation of Kevin Jennings, “Safe and Drug Free Schools” head
The American Family Association today called for the resignation of Kevin Jennings, the head of the Office of Safe and Drug Free Schools in the Department of Education.
October 01, 2009AFA urges Georgia school district to protect student expression on football banners
Because of a complaint from one as-yet unidentified resident of Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, a longstanding tradition in which cheerleaders placed inspirational Bible verses on pre-game banners has been banned at Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe High School.