Monthly Archives: March 2012

Exercising Religious Freedoms

The new individual insurance mandate seems to violate individual’s freedoms along with their religious convictions and rights of conscience. No where is this more blatant than by forcing religious institutions to pay for employee insurance to provide condoms, contraceptives and … Continue reading

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The Gruesome “Hunger Games”

Psychologist Brenda Hunter, co-author of From Santa to Sexting, is concerned about how children and youth will be affected by the teen-on-teen violence and death in the new block-buster movie, The Hunger Games.   She says this first installment of … Continue reading

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Stand Up for Religious Freedom

Friday, March 23 marks the second anniversary of the passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (commonly called “ObamaCare”). Now, two years later, the Supreme Court is scheduled to begin hearing oral argument concerning the legality of this … Continue reading

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Moral and Academic Excellence

The Bible tells us to “Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it.” (Proverbs 22:6) Unfortunately, in California, politically-correct trends, together with a raft of recent anti-family … Continue reading

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Terrorism Alert

Three of the radical Islamic terrorists who flew a plane into the Pentagon on 9/11 had lived in So. California. Two of the three had taken flying lessons in San Diego. With Southern California’s proximity to the porous U.S.—Mexico Border, … Continue reading

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You Can Make A Difference!

There are an estimated 60 million committed Christians in the United States, but only half are registered to vote. Are you? Each of us has a duty to God and our fellow citizens to cast an informed vote, in keeping … Continue reading

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The Media’s Myopia

Instead of a story about the overreach of big government and violation of constitutionally protected religious rights, the mainstream television networks continue to spin the administration’s mandate that all employers (including religious organizations) must provide contraceptives and drugs that can … Continue reading

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