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ACTION: Rescue California children from bad schools

Monday, November 22, 2021, 9:42 am | Randy Thomasson

Will California voters rescue 6.1 million children currently held captive by the politically-correct, anti-family government schools? Specifically, will voters let parents choose public, private, or homeschooling for their own children with their own education tax dollars?

That’s what a new initiative would place on California’s 2022 ballot. And perhaps it could pass because so many parents of minor-age children are turned off by the closed-up, then masking, and now threatening-to-jab public schools. Parental dissatisfaction is high!

For these reasons and because of a myriad of public-school ills, SaveCalifornia.com supports the Educational Freedom Act by Californians for School Choice.

This principled state constitutional amendment aiming for next year’s ballot would provide parents $14,000 per child (the same amount designated for children in public schools) to pay for enrollment and education in accredited private schools, church-based schools, micro-schools, and homeschools.

It’s a daunting task to collect 1.5 million raw signatures by mid-April, and will likely take a loving multimillionaire to make this happen, since the lengthy petitions cannot be printed from home like the Gavin Newsom recall petitions were. Yet now is the time to push for parental choice, to rescue children from mental, emotional, and physical harm.

1. See the facts and differences between two competing initiatives
2. Sign and circulate petitions: Contact your county leader

Deliver those who are drawn toward death,
And hold back those stumbling to the slaughter.

Proverbs 24:11

Court finds school districts, not Newsom, decide mask policy

Monday, November 15, 2021, 10:37 am | Randy Thomasson

Hidden in an otherwise bad ruling in San Diego from an unconstitutional Democrat state judge is a useful point of light equipping you to lobby school board members who are not union prostitutes or self-centered idolaters, but who try to be honest and try to love.

Because if two school districts in Calaveras County, California have voted NO to any school “Covid vaccine” jabs (and are getting ready to ban mask mandates too), any loving or reasonable or honest school board member can do the same, now that this ruling recognizes their free will to choose.

The one sentence, with our bracketed context, found at the bottom of Page 10 of the pdf of the November 12, 2021 ruling, reads: “There simply is no language in the Guidance, however, that requires, directs, or otherwise authorizes schools to force students [who decline to wear face masks] into an independent study program.”

In other words, it’s up to school districts whether to mask children; there’s nothing in the State’s “guidance” requiring schoolchildren without masks to be sent home.

So, if you have children or grandchildren in California’s K-12 government-controlled schools, or you’re just a concerned citizen who loves others, I urge you to take, distribute, and read this one sentence at the next school board meeting. Even better, ask an attorney friend to write a letter based on this court finding and to also speak to the board members after distributing his or her letter to them at the public meeting. That would be powerful.

Of course, if you want to act now to protect your children from unscientific, unhealthy, unrelational masks, as well as invasive tests and dangerous jabs, and if you don’t want your children assaulted by sexual indoctrination and all kinds of immoral political correctness and bad peer pressure, you’ll need to get them out of the government schools ASAP. Your solutions are homeschool, micro-school, or church-school.

And here’s something else you can use at school board meetings: A new “study of studies” of cloth and paper face masks finds them of no or little use.

A trio of of medical researchers from the University of Colorado, UC San Francisco, and Harvard found there’s scant evidence over the last century demonstrating face masks block small viruses, such as influenza strains or SARS-CoV-2 (Covid). The researchers concluded:

We reviewed the mechanistic, observational, and clinical evidence relevant to the use of cloth face masks in community settings to limit the spread of respiratory infections, and in particular the novel SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. In each area, we found existing evidence inadequate to demonstrate clear benefit (or harm).

As the Epoch Times reported November 15, 2021:

Cloth masks are of little use against COVID-19, according to a recently published analysis.

Federal health authorities and a slew of jurisdictions require or recommend wearing masks as a way to limit spread of the virus that causes COVID-19.

But a trio of researchers pored over the studies often cited by the officials and found they were poorly designed and offered scant evidence supporting mask usage.

Many of the studies are observational, opening them up to confounding variables, the researchers said in their analysis (pdf), which was published on Nov. 8 by the Cato Institute.

Of 16 randomized controlled trials comparing mask effectiveness to controls with no masks, 14 failed to find a statistically significant benefit, the researchers said. And of 16 quantitative meta-analyses, half showed weak evidence of mask effectiveness while the others were “were equivocal or critical as to whether evidence supports a public recommendation of masks,” they added.

“The biggest takeaway is that more than 100 years of attempts to prove that masks are beneficial has produced a large volume of mostly low-quality evidence that has generally failed to demonstrate their value in most settings,” Dr. Jonathan Darrow, an assistant professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, told The Epoch Times in an email.

So keep fighting against these unscientific mask mandates, which are involuntary medical care, suffocating and harming defenseless children.

Deliver those who are drawn toward death,
And hold back those stumbling to the slaughter.
If you say, “Surely we did not know this,”
Does not He who weighs the hearts consider it?
He who keeps your soul, does He not know it?
And will He not render to each man according to his deeds?

Proverbs 24:11-12

Run, don’t walk; get your religious exemption today

Tuesday, September 28, 2021, 8:42 am | Randy Thomasson

The right to choose what goes into your body has long been championed by medical ethicists. Yet today, the basic right of bodily autonomy is being ignored, not because this moral ethic is bad, but because medical mandates are bad.

Don’t want to a “Covid vaccine” injection because of all the injuries and deaths from it?

Then what are California state employees, healthcare employees, and government school employees — all under Gavin Newsom’s “vaccine” mandate — to do?

And what are employees of politically-correct companies and of some Democrat-run cities and counties — who are essentially being told “the jab or your job” — to do?

One of the best teachers on your legal right to avoid the “Covid vaccine” is Californian Peggy Hall of The Healthy American. She urges you to remember these key points:

  1. You are guaranteed religious accommodation by both state and federal law
  2. If firing employees on the basis of religious beliefs, your employer is violating the law and is legally liable
  3. To invoke your religious exemption to the “Covid vaccine,” in your letter, only argue religiously, not medically
  4. Only communicate with your employer in writing; firmly decline any and all “invitations” for meetings or discussions
  5. Remember the law is on your side
  6. If denied, notify your employer you’re filing a state complaint

WATCH: See Peggy’s eye-opening legal explanations on religious exemptions:

Employers required to accommodate religious exemptions
Avoiding religious exemption pitfalls

Peggy says you could write and sign your own religious exemption letter, staying on subject and being concise as:

“I am notifying you that I am exempt from this activity based on my sincerely-held religious views. God created me with an immune system, and I will not alter His design. It is a sin against my God-given conscience to allow unwanted intrusions into my body, which is a temple of the Holy Spirit.”

At SaveCalifornia.com, we know medical treatment that’s involuntary is decidedly un-American. Fortunately, the 1964 Civil Rights Act protects religion as a civil right. If you’re threatened with coerced “Covid vaccines,” invoke your religious exemption in writing to your employer or college.

ACT NOW: Here are three California-based ways to get your letter of religious exemption today:

The Healthy American (top recommendation; small cost)
Destiny Church (free and online)
House of Oliver (must travel to Roseville, CA for free signed pastor’s religious exemption “from any bartender”)

And because there is strength in numbers, try to lead others to submit their letters at the same time. Also, ask a friendly attorney write a letter promising a federal lawsuit, if needed. And remember, do not quit, which would eliminate your power.

“It is an unlawful employment practice…because of…religious creed…to discharge the person from employment … or to discriminate against the person in compensation or in terms, conditions, or privileges of employment.”
California Government Code 12940, Article 1. Unlawful Practices