DEMOCRAT CHRISTIAN 2012 DNC Convention voice vote preference to leave “God” out of platform Matthew 10:32-33 — Therefore everyone who confesses Me before men, I will also confess him before My Father who is in heaven. But whoever denies Me before men, I will also deny him before My Father who is in heaven. You … More ARE YOU A DEMOCRAT OR A CHRISTIAN?
The Sedona City Council just passed an LGBT special rights ordinance, 7-0. And the mayor demonstrated she needs to take a lesson in running a meeting and protecting the right of all speakers to be heard. During the meeting, intolerant and hostile LGBT proponents made obscene and vulgar gestures and insults at opponents. They took … More Sedona Succumbs to Cultural Marxists
Today’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling legalizing same-sex “marriage” — at odds with Supreme Court precedent — will not help people with same-sex attraction. It will not empower them; it will not enhance their lives. It will expose their most pressing need: to overcome same-sex attraction. This decision, imposed by judicial fiat and not by the … More Supreme Court’s Outrageous Over-reach Not in Best Interests of America or Homosexuals
By Casey Mattox The Federalist It has been 22 years since President Clinton signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act into law. For two decades it has applied to every law in the District of Columbia and the federal government. In the intervening decades, 20 other states have followed suit with their own state RFRAs. These … More RFRAs have NEVER Harmed a Homosexual Person
By Cathi Herrod, President, Center for Arizona Policy When five Houston pastors had their sermons subpoenaed after speaking out against an overreaching ordinance that severely threatened religious freedom, clergy across the nation began to recognize what is at stake. Not only are businesses at risk of being penalized or shut down for holding to their … More Glendale Pastors Rise up in Defense of Religious Freedom
Senator John McCain’s surrogate, Senator Jeff Flake, says opponents of Obama’s Cuba normalization “are just plain wrong.” But here’s the truth: Senator Flake, you’re just wrong about a lot of things. You’re wrong about Cuba, and you’ve used this topic to deflect your constituents’ attention away from your support for amnesty. You’re just plain wrong … More Senator Flake: You’re Just Wrong
Doug Ducey has won the Arizona Republican primary race for governor. RINO Scott Smith is in second, with Christine Jones third, Ken Bennett fourth, Andy Thomas fifth and former congressman Frank Riggs sixth. Mark Brnovich is ending scandal-ridden RINO Tom Horne’s reign as Arizona attorney general. Diane Douglas ousted incumbent John Huppenthal for Superintendent for … More It’s Ducey, Brnovich, Douglas, Reagan in GOP Primary
Primary season is in full swing here in Arizona until its conclusion August 26th. Many hotly contested races are already being impacted by early voting. Until now, one very crucial question has evaded all: if President Ronald Reagan were still alive, and if he was a registered voter in Arizona, who would he vote for? … More In Arizona Primary, Who Would President Reagan Vote For?