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July 2017 Eagle Forum Report


Capitol Hill Report: Eagle Forum Supports Two Amendments July 15, 2017 Eagle Forum Supports Two Amendments With the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) at the forefront of the House this week and Appropriations bills moving, Eagle Forum was busy weighing in on two noteworthy amendments. These key amendments would safeguard families and protect our military personnel. Rep. Vicky Hartzler (R-MO) introduced an amendment to the NDAA in response to the Department of Defense’s decision to delay the implementation of the Obama administration’s military transgender mandate. The mandate allows ...

Florida Eagle Forum – Teen Eagles Outreach Florida Eagle Forum – Teen Eagles OutreachJuly 12, 2017 Pat Andrews shared the following report with us about Eagle Forum of Florida’s outreach to homeschoolers and promoting TEEN EAGLES. Homeschooling has made great strides in the U.S. in recent years as more and more parents try to find a better way to educate their children. Perhaps no state has grown as fast as Florida in this regard. The infiltration of the liberal agenda has very effectively removed God from our vocabulary at school ...

Fighting the promotion of the LGBTQQ agenda Fighting the promotion of the LGBTQQ agendaJuly 12, 2017 State Leader, Chris Owen reports that George Eagle Forum is fighting the GA Safe School Coalition (GSSC), Welcoming Schools and the HRC (Human Rights Campaign) coming from the UN, all promoting the LGBTQQ agenda.  Nurses are being trained and given literature to “counsel” children who are “questioning”.  Fortunately, one pastor at the meeting offered his time to counsel the children, even as young as the first grade!  Fayette County Superintendent, Dr. Barrows, however, ...

Student Privacy Letter! Student Privacy Letter! PLEASE SIGN THIS LETTER TODAY TO SUPPORT STUDENT DATA & PSYCHOLOGICAL PRIVACY! Dear Friend of Education Liberty and Student Privacy, After your great work in the last session of Congress to stand against the privacy and freedom of conscience-violating Strengthening Education Through Research Act (SETRA), it is rearing its ugly head again. Here is a link to the letter I have had the privilege to work on with several others at the national level explaining the privacy ...

Ohio requests feedback on updated academic standards Ohio requests feedback on updated academic standardsJuly 7, 2017 Robert Lattimer, our Eagle Forum Science Chairman reports, that Ohio requests feedback on updated academic standards. The Ohio Department of Education is updating the state’s science, social studies, and financial literacy standards.  The Department is currently taking input on its proposed revisions (https://www.ohio-k12.help/standards/).  The deadline for providing feedback is JULY 18.   Ohio’s science standards date back to 2011 (before the introduction of the Next Generation Science Standards).  The standards provide a heavy dose of materialistic philosophy, especially in ...

Capitol Hill Report: Protecting Americans July 7, 2017   Protecting Americans The House passed two immigration bills last week backed by President Trump and Attorney General Sessions. The bills tackled illegal immigrants and sanctuary cities.  Most importantly, they increase the safety of Americans across the nation.   Kate’s Law (H.R. 3004), sponsored by House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-MA), is an initiative that has been a priority of President Trump. The bill was named after Kate Steinle who was murdered in San Francisco by an illegal ...

Capitol Hill Report — 7/03/17 July 3, 2017 Notable Supreme Court Cases Religious liberty has become the left’s punching bag, forcing the Supreme Court to rule on many cases dealing with this issue alone.  We saw one of those cases this week, along with challenges to President Trump’s executive order dealing with travel and refugees from other countries.  Trinity Lutheran Church v. Comer Trinity Lutheran Church in Missouri applied to a state program that provides rubber surfaces made out of recycled tires to safeguard ...

Thank you! July 3, 2017 Dear North Carolina Legislative Leaders: Thank you for your courageous stand in opposing a call for a Convention of the States. To have a large number of unknown delegates from the 50 states messing with our constitution would put at risk our First and Second Amendments. Passing a Balanced Budget would upset the separation of powers since the SCOTUS would determine taxing and spending in the event of a legislative deadlock. A BBA would not stop ...



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