November 27 was truly a “Black Friday,” and not because of desperate retailers and shoppers. A crazed gunman in Colorado Springs killed three and injured nine during a standoff inside a Planned Parenthood abortion center.
Pro-lifers across the country immediately condemned the barbaric act as being the antithesis of the movement’s goals. READ MORE
One of the more famous mantras of the liberal left has been to paint Republicans as the party of “no.” The same, however, could be said of California’s Democrat caucus, which routinely thwarts conservative efforts to support sound pro-family policy.
For instance, of the 19 “good” bills California Family Alliance designated as vital to our three pillars—life, family and religious freedom—only one was signed into law. READ MORE
Much of our attention this legislative session centered on four high-profile bills. These dealt with physician-assisted suicide, the conscience rights of pregnancy care clinic workers, and vital hospital transfer agreements for abortion clinics.
Behind the headlines, however, we also worked against more than a dozen other troublesome bills dealing with education, gambling, child safety and special rights for the LGBT community. READ MORE
With Halloween now a mere check mark on the calendar, the unofficial countdown to the holidays begins. Coinciding with this year’s holidays are deadlines for several ballot petition drives that address transgender access to public restrooms, parental notification for minors requesting an abortion and physician-assisted suicide. Each seek a place on the November 2016 ballot.
All three topics fall under California Family Alliance’s three pillars of life, family and religious freedom—all of which have consistently been chipped away by the state Legislature. READ MORE
California Family Alliance (CFA) is a not-for-profit, political action organization that works in affiliation with California Family Council. CFA’s purpose is to advocate for pro-family, pro-life issues at the grassroots and legislative levels.
Because of our advocacy for and against legislative bills, ballot measures and cultural issues, CFA is registered with the IRS as a 501(c)(4) organization. This IRS status means that contributions to CFA are not tax-deductible. We rely on the gifts of families and individuals who believe California’s public policies must be researched, analyzed and communicated to the state’s citizens, in order to motivate participation in the process of government.
Similar to California Family Council, CFA limits its involvement to matters that affect innocent life, religious liberty, and the historic, traditional family, such as:
• Embryonic stem cell research
• Physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia
• Human trafficking and child protection
• Parental authority
• Educational curricula
• Alternative sexual orientation “rights”
• Same-sex “marriage”
• Rights of conscience and employment laws
• Adoption and foster care
• Fiscal responsibility
• Divorce and its consequences