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6/26/18: Court rulings expose unconstitutional excesses of Democrat politicians

 

SAVECALIFORNIA.COM NEWS RELEASE

June 26, 2018 -- For Immediate Release
 
Court rulings expose unconstitutional excesses of Democrat politicians
Thomasson: "The United States of America cannot be ruled by barbarians at the gate"
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Sacramento, California (June 26, 2018) -- SaveCalifornia.com, a leading pro-family, pro-child organization, says federal court opinions are exposing the aggressive, unconstitutional excesses of modern Democrat politicians. Today, SaveCalifornia.com President Randy Thomasson issued the following statement:
"California's Democrat state legislators attacked the free speech of pro-life crisis pregnancy centers, but the U.S. Supreme Court overturned their unconstitutional statute. Colorado's 'Civil Rights Commission,' appointed by Democrat governors, attacked the religious freedom of a Christian baker, but the high court ruled they can't do that. The Democrat-dominated cities of San Francisco and Oakland went to court seeking 'climate change' money from oil companies, but a federal judge threw out their lawsuits, saying this is a matter for Congress, not courts, to decide."
"All these cases expose the unconstitutional excesses of the Democrat politicians. Thankfully, there are enough judges who still understand that the United States of America cannot be ruled by barbarians at the gate. We are still a government of laws, not of men."

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SaveCalifornia.com is a leading West Coast nonprofit, nonpartisan organization standing strong for moral virtues for the common good. We represent children and families in the areas of marriage and family, parental rights, the sanctity of human life, religious freedom, financial freedom, and back-to-basics education.

 



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