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The attack on Duck Dynasty is an attack on you

Thursday, December 19, 2013, 3:55 am | Randy Thomasson

Phil Robertson preaching from the Bible

If you’re bothered by the homosexual activists and the A&E Channel attacking free speech, family values, religious freedom, and Christianity itself, you’re not alone.

For a long time now, SaveCalifornia.com has been educating folks that not only is homosexuality, bisexuality, and transsexuality unnatural, unhealthy, and unbiblical, but that it’s also intolerant and tyrannical, punishing peaceful dissenters.

You see, real tolerance is to disagree with someone on moral or biblical grounds…but to not punish them for disagreeing with you.

This principle of true tolerance emanates from the 1689 Toleration Act allowing freedom of conscience for Christians who disagreed with the Church of England.

But look what’s happened. Homosexual-bisexual-transsexual activists have turned “tolerance” upside down and inside out. Today in our land, homosexual activists and their supporters will punish you unless you agree with them. That’s the very definition of intolerance, and when enforced by law, the very definition of unconstitutional tyranny.

Wake up, America! When you support so-called “gay rights,” you in fact oppose free speech and religious freedom. How many more bakers, photographers, flower shop owners, hotel owners, and property owners have to be victimized by “LGBT” activists and “LGBT” laws? How many more times will moral values be punished before people stop voting for pro-“LGBT” politicians?

Ultimately, you cannot have so-called “gay” rights or “LGBT” rights (which aren’t civil rights at all because it is based on non-biological, changeable behavior) and at the same time maintain religious freedom and free speech in America. They are mutually exclusive.

Visit SaveCalifornia.com’s Not Born This Way

Watch Phil Robertson’s Christian testimony (30-min.)

ACTION: Send an email to A&E Channel at aefeedback@aenetworks.com, and write something like this: In the United States, we are supposed to have freedom of speech and freedom of religion, something A&E has squashed by punishing the personal beliefs of Phil Robertson of Duck Dynasty. A&E needs to apologize to Mr. Robertson and keep the show, or I will no longer watch A&E.

Give the gift of parental rights

Friday, December 6, 2013, 8:30 pm | Randy Thomasson

gifts_v14You know how a small word of encouragement can make a big difference?

Sometimes it takes just one person to affirm why we do what we do. Like Missy, who wrote on our Facebook page: “Thank you Randy for all you do for us parents.”

It’s not long or fancy. But it caught my attention. And it means a lot.

Because reaching, activating, and fighting for the rights of parents and the protection of children is a top priority of the SaveCalifornia.com team.

And even in this Christmas season, the moral assault upon families is intense. Even Christmas itself is under attack!

But just as the Liberal Left doesn’t stop pushing their immoral agenda, neither will SaveCalifornia.com stop boldly fighting the good fight for children and families.

And with your help today, we can continue to make an impact for good — for parental consent, for informed consent, for man-woman marriage, for the importance of fatherhood and motherhood, and to protect children from moral ruin.

Will you empower SaveCalifornia.com to represent you in the battle? To work, lead, and fight for parental rights statewide in 2014? Right now, you can help make the difference for us.

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In 2013, SaveCalifornia.com led for parental consent on many fronts, including:

  • Alerting fathers and mothers to the sexually perverse agenda happening behind their backs in government schools.
  • Informing parents of the 10 “LGBT” laws harming children in California public schools.
  • Rallying dads and moms to boycott sexual indoctrination events, such as “Day of Silence” and “Harvey Milk Gay Day.”
  • Providing both short- and long-term educational solutions for families.
  • Producing “Church Rescue Packets” showing pastors how to start low-cost schools to rescue children in their congregations and communities.
  • Reaching countless parents — through media interviews, internet, social media, and purchased radio ads — who otherwise don’t realize the threat to their rights.
  • Empowering parents with the tools they need to protect the hearts, minds, souls, and bodies of their children.

You can help achieve more successes in 2014 with your support of SaveCalifornia.com and our Campaign for Children and Families. Will you consider giving a gift of $20 or more today to further our defense of parental rights, the foundation of family?

Thank you for your thoughtful consideration at this important time. Together, we’re standing for the best values the world has ever known — God’s moral virtues for the benefit of mankind. Thank you.

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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.

California: A half-full glass

Wednesday, December 4, 2013, 2:55 pm | Randy Thomasson


SaveCalifornia.com provides this solely for educational purposes
and does not support or oppose candidates for public office.

Do you see the glass half full or half empty?

I invite you to see the significantly good potential in a half-full glass of water, and all the satisfying quenching of thirst it can bring. Especially if it’s a big, tall glass.

The State of California is like that glass. And there are guaranteed opportunities to fill this big, tall glass with clean, sparkling, nourishing water that helps children and families as God desires.

So instead of thinking it’s impossible to fill the glass more, grasp the reality that indeed it is possible. And realize you are part of the faucet that releases the water that fills the glass.

‘Loser’ vs. ‘winner’ conservatives

Consider that there are actual or near majorities of Californian voters who support man-woman marriage, are against many types of baby-killing abortions, and who want lower prices and lower taxes. Conservative values are not extinct, just underrepresented in our elected representatives.

Now ask yourself — are liberals responsible for bad government, or are conservatives? Consider that:

• Many conservatives don’t vote or vote regularly

• Most conservatives don’t speak out publicly to educate other voters

• Many conservative pastors don’t help their congregations vote right in God’s sight

• Most conservatives never donate to or volunteer for good candidates

• Too many conservatives who know better have thrown up their hands and “dropped out”

The conclusion is obvious. Conservatives have been thinking like losers and not like community activists. This “loser” behavior must stop. For winners never have a “loser” attitude. Instead of imagining failure, they imagine success!

Your historic opportunity

Stop and realize that 2014 is California’s big election year. And for all those who see the glass as half-full, an election year is good, not bad. It’s good because you have an opportunity to make our government and laws and culture better.

On the ballot are governor and all the other statewide offices. Also up for grabs is every state assembly seat, half the state senate seats, and all of California’s congressional seats in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Because so much is at stake, I’m challenging every moral conservative to choose to make a difference for God’s values here on earth. The results are in your hands, because whoever fights harder for something usually wins it.

How to make a simple and strong difference in your community in the 2014 elections:

1. Distribute a candidate information flyer: Report and compare the popular moral/social/fiscal positions of area candidates on a flyer. Make it look good, and document as much information as you can. Put these flyers on the windshields of vehicles in shopping centers, church lots, neighborhoods – and of course, online. Maximize your social engineering, a special website, and any other creative ideas you have. And recruit home schooling and church schooling teenagers to distribute flyers on a given Saturday or Sunday.

2. Find a candidate with great values and volunteer to hold a fundraising “coffee”: When a candidate is morally principled and has a chance to win, you can really help by inviting your friends to meet the candidate in your home, which is his or her opportunity to ask for funding for mailers and other essential campaign activities. Invite your value-voter friends over and have them bring their checkbook!

3. Consider starting a community group to do even more: One person can powerfully influence others. See how at SaveCalifornia.com’s Training Center (download “10 Ways To Build A Pro-Family Army”).

Here are the declared or likely candidates for Governor (in alphabetical order):

Jerry Brown

Tim Donnelly

Neel Kashmir

Abel Maldonado

Now are you motivated? For the love of God and people, turn on your faucet.

When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice;
But when a wicked man rules, the people groan.
Proverbs 29:2 NKJV