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Stop Obama – Protect Privacy & Safety in Public Bathrooms
Stop Obama: Protect Privacy and Safety in Bathrooms
I oppose the federal over-reach of President Obama and his mandate for every school to allow people of the opposite sex into a public bathroom, locker room or shower room. The enumerated powers of the U.S. Constitution are limited.
The President’s actions profess to give the states a choice, but they are wholly unconstitutional and violate the 9th and 10th Amendments, as well as Article I, Section 8, Clause 17 that limits the federal land grab to Washington DC's 10 square miles and for forts and arsenals as needed.
I call on my state and local elected officials to use the surplus and savings to fund our schools with our own revenues and natural resources that Washington has no business stealing in the first place.
It’s time to take back our lands and allow the counties and the people to decide best how to use them. I ask our governor, attorney general and legislature to protect this fragile balance of power.
I call on my state and local elected officials to define gender as “sex” in the code and local ordinances, and only as the scientifically-based definition of "male" and "female" which are the biological chromosomes "XX" and "XY" - the DNA with which we are born. In the rare instance of the XXY chromosome, we acknowledge medically-sound remedies readily available for those individuals.
I also urge constitutionally-based County Sheriffs willing to defend our constitutional rights to protect their citizens from federal over-reach and to ensure safety for all.
Free Our Patriots Petition
Free Our Patriot Political Prisoners
The Patriots of the Malheur Refuge occupation 2016 and of the Bundy Standoff 2014 are political prisoners at the hands of criminal politicians on a witch hunt against Americans who stand on Constitutional principles. They are being held and tortured in jail without bail, and the majority of their Constitutional rights are being violated.
We urge our elected officials and citizens everywhere to contact the jails and to demand that their Constitutional rights be upheld and that the criminals in the federal Court system and the federal government be investigated. We demand the humane treatment and pre-trial release of these innocent Americans so that they can prepare their legal defenses and receive due process, a speedy trial and prove their innocence.
We ask Senator Mike Lee, Congressman Chris Stewart and Attorney General Sean Reyes to act immediately to demand the release of Ryan Bundy and David Bundy, their constituents. Specifically:
1. Respond immediately to Ryan Bundy's letter, which was hand-delivered to you over the weekend of April 23, 2016.
2. Issue a public statement advocating for the pre-trial releases of ALL these patriot political prisoners, and in support of humane treatment of Ryan Bundy and the other political prisoners also incarcerated.
3. Show outward support the Constitutional core issue in question, namely, Article I, Section 8, Clause 17, for which the ranchers stood at the Bundy Ranch in 2014 and again at the Oregon Refuge in 2016.
4. Use your title and access to the media to defend the Constitutional rights of the political prisoners, including Amendments 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8.
5. Investigate the criminal activities of the FBi, the Department of Homeland Security, Senator Harry Reid, his son Rory, President Obama and The Clinton Foundation in association with these land grabs.
Stop Corporate Drug and Sex Trafficking
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Sign the Marriage Solidarity Pledge
Join other faiths uniting to defend natural Marriage
Marriage Solidarity Pledge
We urge you to sign this pledge today and join with many national and local leaders of differing religious backgrounds who are uniting in defense of natural Marriage.
We Pledge in Solidarity to Defend Marriage and the Family and Society Founded Upon Them
We stand together in defense of marriage and the family and society founded upon them. While we come from a variety of communities and hold differing faith perspectives, we are united in our common affirmation of marriage.
On the matter of marriage, we stand in solidarity. We affirm that marriage and family have been inscribed by the Divine Architect into the order of Creation. Marriage is ontologically between one man and one woman, ordered toward the union of the spouses, open to children and formative of family. Family is the first vital cell of society, the first government, and the first mediating institution of our social order. The future of a free and healthy society passes through
marriage and the family.
Marriage as existing solely between one man and one woman precedes civil government. Though affirmed, fulfilled, and elevated by faith, the truth that marriage can exist only between one man and one woman is not based on religion or revelation alone, but on the Natural Law, written on the human heart and discernible through the exercise of reason. It is part of the natural created order. The Natural Law is what Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., referred to as a higher law or
a just law in his famous Letter from Birmingham Jail.
Marriage is the preeminent and the most fundamental of all human social institutions. Civil institutions do not create marriage nor can they manufacture a right to marry for those who are incapable of marriage. Society begins with marriage and the family.
We pledge to stand together to defend marriage for what it is, a bond between one man and one woman, intended for life, and open to the gift of children. The institutions of civil government should defend marriage and not seek to undermine it. Government has long regulated marriage for the true common good. Examples, such as the age of consent, demonstrate such a proper regulation to ensure the free and voluntary basis of the marriage bond. Redefining the very institution of marriage is improper and outside the authority of the State. No civil institution, including the United States Supreme Court or any court, has
authority to redefine marriage.
As citizens united together, we will not stand by while the destruction of the institution of marriage unfolds in this nation we love. The effort to redefine marriage threatens the essential foundation of the family. Experience and history have shown us that if the government redefines marriage to grant a legal equivalency to same-sex couples, that same government will then enforce such an action with the police power of the State. This will bring about an inevitable collision with religious freedom and conscience rights. The precedent established will leave no room for any limitation on what can constitute such a redefined notion of marriage or human sexuality. We cannot and will not allow this to occur on our watch. Religious freedom is the first freedom in the American experiment for good reason.
Conferring a moral and legal equivalency to any relationship other than marriage between a man and a woman, by legislative or judicial fiat, sends the message that children do not need a mother and a father. As a policy matter, such unions convey the message that moms and dads are completely irrelevant to the well-being of children. Such a policy statement is unconscionable and destructive. Authorizing the legal equivalency of marriage to same-sex couples undermines the fundamental rights of children and threatens their security, stability, and future.
Neither the United States Supreme Court nor any court has authority to redefine marriage and thereby weaken both the family and society. Unlike the Legislative Branch that has the power of the purse and the Executive Branch which has the figurative power of the sword, the Judicial Branch has neither. It must depend upon the Executive Branch for the enforcement of its decisions.
As the Supreme Court acknowledged in the 1992 decision of Planned Parenthood v. Casey, its power rests solely upon the legitimacy of its decisions in the eyes of the people. If the decisions of the Court are not based on the Constitution and reason, and especially if they are contrary to the natural created order, then the people will lose confidence in the Court as an objective arbiter of the law. If the people lose respect for the Court, the Court’s authority will be diminished.
The Supreme Court was wrong when it denied Dred Scott his rights and said, “blacks are inferior human beings.” And the Court was wrong when Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes wrote in Buck v. Bell, “three generations of imbeciles are enough,” thus upholding Virginia’s eugenics law that permitted forced sterilization. Shamefully, that decision was cited during the Nuremburg trials to support the Nazi eugenic holocaust.
In these earlier cases, the definition of “human” was at issue. Now the definition of “marriage” is at issue. The Constitution does not grant a right to redefine marriage — which is nonsensical since marriage intrinsically involves a man and a woman. Nor does the Constitution prohibit states from affirming the natural created order of male and female joined together in marriage.
We will view any decision by the Supreme Court or any court the same way history views the Dred Scott and Buck v. Bell decisions. Our highest respect for the rule of law requires that we not respect an unjust law that directly conflicts with higher law. A decision purporting to redefine marriage flies in the face of the Constitution and is contrary to the natural created order. As people of faith we pledge obedience to our Creator when the State directly conflicts with higher law. We respectfully warn the Supreme Court not to cross this line.
We stand united together in defense of marriage. Make no mistake about our resolve. While there are many things we can endure, redefining marriage is so fundamental to the natural order and the common good that this is the line we must draw and one we cannot and will not cross.
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Protect Our Sons - Save the BSA
To the Board Members of the Boy Scouts of America
Keep BSA Leader Policy
Ask BSA board to keep current leader policy
Save Marriage Now!
Help the states whose marriage laws have been overturned save marriage between a man and a woman.
Petition to Save Marriage Now
Whereas, marriage has been the bedrock of society for thousands of years and traditionally and correctly defined by human civilization as the union between one man and one woman;
Whereas, marriage prevents fatherless children;
Whereas, children have a legitimate interest in the stability of the homes into which they are born and cannot possibly defend those interests on their own;
Whereas, radical liberal activists have been waging a legal and political war on this traditional view of marriage in an attempt to force the government to redefine this sacred institution;
Whereas, the news media and various political pundits and lawyers have wrongly declared that the American people support redefining marriage and that anyone who supports traditional marriage is “on the wrong side of history.”
Therefore, I, the undersigned, do hereby declare my unconditional support for traditional marriage and urge all of our nation’s elected leaders and judges to protect this most sacred institution. When we stand with children, we will always be on the right side of history. Marriage is the union of one man and one woman. PERIOD!
Protect our School Children – Sign the Petition
STOP Common Core & Nationalized Education, Restore Local Control
Stop Common Core & Nationalized Education
To: Elected Officials
Defund ObamaCare – Sign the Petition
Defund ObamaCare Now
Stop Medicaid Expansion
End taxpayer-funded abortion - Medicaid Expansion
Stop Illegal Immigration and Amnesty Now
Stop Amnesty, Illegal Immigration, Drug Cartels and Terrorism
Stop Amnesty, Illegal Immigration, Drug Cartels and Terrorists
Preserve the Neighborhood Caucus Election System
Sign the petition now to preserve the grassroots system of elections against big DC lobbyists and career politicians
Repeal Holladay City’s Gay Rights Ordinance
Repeal the "non-discrimination" ordinance. It's unfair and violates religious liberty, privacy and the institution of Marriage!
Should Utah's Governor Herbert expand Medicaid?
- No, we can't afford it, and taxpayer dollars should not be used to pay for abortion (57%, 264 Votes)
- Yes, it's the key to nationalizing socialized medicine. Health care is a civil right. (23%, 107 Votes)
- No, it's not financially feasible. (19%, 86 Votes)
- I'm not sure. (1%, 6 Votes)
Total Voters: 463
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