Family Research Council Praises House Passage of Conscience Protection Act

Used by permission from Family Research Council Editor’s note:  Family Heritage Alliance would like to recognize our U.S. Representative  Kristi Noem for her YES vote on this! WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Conscience Protection Act to stop government discrimination against pro-life Americans who object …

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Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association

The following was written by John Gerardi, Attorney and Legal Analyst for our sister organization, California Family Council and California Family Alliance.  Used by permission. On Monday, January 11, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) heard oral arguments in Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association, a crucial case about …

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FHA Action Plans 2016 S.D. Ministry Leaders’ Capitol Summit

To all Pastors and Para-Church Ministry Leaders, many of your colleagues have already registered to be a part of this powerful and informative event. Join us in Pierre on February 22 for the 2016 S.D. Ministry Leaders’ Capitol Summit. Click here for all the details and to register for this …

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South Dakotans get ready for the gathering storm!

This November 18-20 the FHA proudly welcomes to South Dakota Matt Sharp, Legal Counsel with the Arizona based ‘Alliance Defending Freedom’. Matt will keynote this year’s four-city SD Religious Liberty Town Hall Tour. He, along with FHA Executive Director Dale Bartscher will speak to this issue in Rapid City (Nov. …

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Christian Victims in Oregon

By John Stonestreet Published in “BreakPoint” on October 7, 2015 Christians around the world are often the targets of violence. But here in the U.S., is that even possible? It is. On Anastasia Boylan’s fourth day in the Writing 115 class at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon, an armed …

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Attorney General Jackley Stands Strong on Marriage

In the wake of the recent SCOTUS ruling on marriage, the inevitable conflict over religious liberty is heating up quickly. It is gratifying to know, as the lines are drawn, that South Dakota has an Attorney General who is not just watching our back, but out in front where the …

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The SD US Congressional Delegation STANDS STRONG!

A few weeks ago, when the Supreme Court defied thousands of years of history and radically redefined marriage, many on our side of the aisle began to say the “fight is over,” and we should give up trying to defend this sacred institution. They could not have been more wrong. …

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