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Posts for March 2013

A Love Story That Cannot Be Replicated

Dear Partner,

Just 3 weeks ago, my mother passed away after struggling with declining health over a couple years. Her 81 year life exemplified the positive attributes of a dedicated Christian life. She was a sensitive, caring and loving mother who loved God to her very last breath. She left behind her husband, five children and 15 grandchildren, all of whom revere God in their own lives. Not a day goes by without a tear being shed.


          My mom ran the race and left her mark – a heritage orchestrated by God Himself. She lived a love story of 60 years with my father that will continue into eternity as she and my father will one day be reunited in heaven.          Read More

“Genderless” Showers and Restrooms in Public Schools?

Recently, California Assemblyman Ammiano introduced Assembly Bill (AB) 1266 a couple weeks ago, which would enforce some radical changes in California public schools.  The intent of this legislation is to force schools as follows:


This bill would require that a pupil be permitted to participate in sex-segregated school programs, activities, and facilities, including athletic teams and competitions, consistent with his or her gender identity, irrespective of the gender listed on the pupil’s records.
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Why Are “Adult Businesses” Protected More Than Churches?

Local zoning laws are required by law to permit “adult businesses” without the same burdens hurled upon churches. The U.S. Supreme Court has determined that “adult businesses” are entitled to protection from discriminatory zoning laws because the businesses’ “speech” and “expression” are protected by the First Amendment. Read More