Randy Engel
Join the international boycott of Hallmark at Christmas time and forever
U.S. Coalition for Life
By Randy Engel
November 22, 2020

Please circulate to family and friends and pastors:

Hi Everyone – Last year the US Coalition for Life managed to clip the homosexual “Christmas” specials with hundreds of calls into Lifeline and warning shots to Hallmark. I learned that Hallmark was on the verge of promoting sodomy and lesbianism as a Christmas theme for next season.

And sure enough Hallmark has not disappointed.

Hallmark will air its first [with more in the can if you will pardon my English] LGBT “holiday” program on Nov. 22, 2020. See Jonathan Bennett on starring in Hallmark's first LGBTQ holiday movie (nbcnews.com) for details.

ACT NOW While your blood is boiling! Or should be boiling!

  • Announce your support of the USCL boycott and that of your family to Hallmark Corporate by calling 1-800-HALLMARK (800-425-5627)

  • For emails go to: Contact Support (hallmark.com).

  • Other forms of communication can be mailed to:


      2501 McGee Trafficway

      Kansas City, MO 64108

Hallmark says it is always happy to be in contact with its customers. But I don’t think this will be the case this CHRISTmas.

I hope every Christian organization will join us as well as other concerned pro-family groups.

Randy Engel. National Director
U.S. Coalition for Life
Export, PA 15632
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Randy Engel

Randy Engel, one of the nation's top investigative reporters, began her journalistic career shortly after her graduation from the University of New York at Cortland, in 1961. A specialist in Vietnamese history and folklore, in 1963, she became the editor of The Vietnam Journal, the official publication of the Vietnam Refugee and Information Services, a national relief program in South Vietnam for war refugees and orphans based in Dayton, Ohio... (more)


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