Our New Website - OpenLetters.info
26, 2009 CFABA.ORG Announces the Launch of OpenLetters.info
This is the new central location where we are
posting the "OPEN LETTERS" we have written to various Companies,
Organizations, Political Entities and even Government Agencies. For
more about what
is OpenLetters.info click here.
But, in summary let us just say that unfortunately
at times Companies, Organizations,
Political Leaders and even Government Agencies provide bad service or
have other bad business practices. And sometimes after we have tried
all other methods to resolve the issue we still need to write
them a letter. It is our Policy if we have to
write a letter it is going to be written as an "Open Letters". An Open
Letter means that we can share it with our members and anyone else we
wish to, it is not private.
So, this is the place you can now look to find the
Open Letters we have found it necessary to write.
Vote YES Prop. 102 - Arizona
Vote YES Prop. 8 - California
Vote YES Amend. 2 - Florida
(CFABA.ORG) answers the question, "What about the Presidential Primaries?"
Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2008
For the 2008 Presidential elections, nationally recognized CFABA.ORG is taking the unique step of highlighting the great work that has already been done by a like minded morally conservative group.
"Too often the conservative groups, go it alone and act like they are the only ones out there fighting for America, but what we actually need to do is to support one another, because we all have a role to play. We have always had links on our websites
to organizations that we share common concerns or interests with, but this year we are going a step farther," said Colaco
"Rather than ask the Presidential candidates to complete our questionnaire, which we always like them to do, we decided to try something new this primary. We want to recommend to our members and other voters that they review the work done by
Wallbuilders.com and use their "Presidential Voters' Guides" which has candidate comparisons for both the major political parties, and use them to judge the candidates on their positions."
(CFABA.ORG) positions on California's Propositions for the 2008 Presidential Primary Election.
Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2008
Nationally recognized Citizens for a Better America® (CFABA.ORG) takes positions on the California ballot initiatives for the February 5, 2008 Super Tuesday election.
Homosexual marriage is none of the government’s business.
We have received some interesting responses to our Question 09 on our Candidate Questionnaire that reads, “What is your position on the legalization of homosexual marriage?
[ ] Support,
[ ] Oppose,
[ ] I Don’t know,
[ ] Other
[ ] More.”
Those responses have been like some of the following:
“Marriage is based on religion, It’s status should be determined there, not by government.”...
See our News Releases:
THE LIE: Homosexual marriage is none of the government’s business.
Protect Marriage Initiative
02/25/2000 THE LIE: We don't need Prop. 22
AN OPEN REQUEST FOR AN ADVISORY OPINION!
Tuesday, January 17, 2006
"I would like to say for the record that ever since founding Citizens For A Better America (R) (CFABA.ORG) on October 15, 1992 I have really attempted to comply with all laws, regulations of the Federal Elections Commission." ...
CFABA.ORG "Report Card"
Of How California Counties
Did Providing Candidate Lists.
Saturday, October 08, 2005
"CFABA.ORG completes sending out their candidate questionnaires and gives a complete 'Report Card' of how each California County did in providing candidate lists."
To view the "Report Card"