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SB 1146 is secular thievery of sacred things

Wednesday, July 27, 2016, 1:55 pm | Randy Thomasson


The latest amendments to SB 1146 do more damage against religious freedom and permit the unnatural, unhealthy, unbiblical, tyrannical “LGBTIQ” agenda to grab more sacred territory from Christian-format colleges and universities.

The June 29 amendments to this bill, which have captured the attention of a growing number of believers, says religious campuses can’t have student housing — or even restrooms, for that matter — unless biological men can sleep among the women and use women’s restrooms too: “…if students are afforded housing or restroom accommodations consistent with their gender identity.”

The amended SB 1146 also demands that religious colleges’ married housing must include “married same-sex couples.”

The bill also forces unbiblical re-writes of Christian-format colleges’ “rules of moral conduct” and “religious practices” by demanding they be “uniformly applicable to all students regardless of the student’s sexual orientation or gender identity.”

And this paragraph from the Legislative Counsel’s Digest means anything done on campus in favor of biblical standards against homosexuality and transsexuality can be PUNISHED by a big lawsuit with big fines:

“This bill would, except as provided, specify that a postsecondary educational institution that is controlled by a religious organization and that receives financial assistance from the state or enrolls students who receive state financial assistance is subject to that prohibition and violation of that prohibition may be enforced by a private right of action.”

This is why people who know their conscience is theirs and their property is theirs are rising up and flooding the deciding votes with opposition calls to SB 1146, one of the worst anti-religious-freedom bills ever dreamt up on American soil.

Radical attack on Christian colleges in election year COULD be stopped

Tuesday, July 12, 2016, 6:38 pm | Randy Thomasson



TAKE ACTION: Express your concern and anger

You want religious freedom protected and respected, right? And you want Christian colleges to be able to stay Christian, right?

This is why you and I and many other people of faith are opposing SB 1146, which would permit homosexual-bisexual-transsexual activists to SUE Christian colleges to FORCE upon them a raft of sexual perversity laws that will take the “Christian” out of Christian colleges.

The problem is, few people know how to fight to win. Now I admit, it’s very hard to win for anything good and true in the current, Democrat-controlled California State Legislature.

Yet I can tell you this — everything I know in my 20+ years of serving California families informs me that SB 1146 COULD be defeated on the Assembly floor. But to achieve victory, we must fight with the right targets, right tactics, and right message.

analysisWhy target the Assembly floor:

1. More freedom of conscience on floor for Democrats: Unlike committees where individual Democrats are expected to vote yes on the Democrats’ priority bills, to pass them through committee and send them to the floor, Democrats on the Assembly floor are “allowed” much more freedom to vote their conscience. This includes those who voted yes in committee!

2. Additional freedom for Democrats in an election year: Democrat bosses lose more control the closer Election Day looms because Democrats in swing districts don’t want to lose on something as popular as religious freedom or even violating their own liberal principle of “separation of Church and State.”

Therefore, the Assembly floor vote this August can be the perfect storm IF morally-sensitive Californians unleash a flood of outrage against the tyrannical SB 1146.

In the 80-member California State Assembly, there are currently 52 Democrats and 28 Republicans. Because passing SB 1146 requires a majority vote (41 “yes” votes), this immoral and completely un-American bill will be defeated IF:

  • At least 12 Democrat assemblymembers DO NOT support the bill
  • And NONE of the 28 Republican assemblymembers support the bill

If you support religious freedom and don’t want yours or anyone else’s religious freedom punished, please take immediate action. SaveCalifornia.com makes it simple for you to leave messages with key state assemblymembers.

When you call, leave this simple message: “Oppose SB 1146. Protect ‘separation of Church and State.’ Protect the freedom of religious institutions to decide their own policies. Support true diversity — oppose SB 1146.”

Before you call, please heed these important instructions: If you live in their districts, call during daytime hours and identity that you live in their district. If you don’t live in their districts, call between 6pm and 8am to leave voicemail messages and DO NOT PROVIDE your name or any identifiers (most offices will ignore your voicemail if you reveal you’re outside their districts).


JOB #1: Call these 8 members of the Assembly Appropriations Committee, who will vote Aug. 11 or 12
(these 8 are also on the Job #2 and Job #3 lists)

  • Lorena Gonzalez (Democrat) (916) 319-2080 Capitol | (619) 338-8090 district
  • Susan Bonilla (Democrat) (916) 319-2014 Capitol | (925) 521-1511 district
  • Ling Ling Chang (Republican) (916) 319-2055 Capitol | (714) 529-5502 district
  • Tom Daly (Democrat) (916) 319-2069 Capitol | (714) 939-8469 district
  • Eduardo Garcia (Democrat) (916) 319-2056 Capitol | (760) 347-2360 and (760) 355-8656 district
  • Chris Holden (Democrat) (916) 319-2041 Capitol | (626) 351-1917 and (909) 624-7876 district
  • Miguel Santiago (Democrat) (916) 319-2053 Capitol | (213) 620-4646 district
  • Shirley Weber (Democrat) (916) 319-2079 Capitol | (619) 531-7913 district

JOB #2: Hold these 5 pro-‘LGBT’ Republicans:

  • Catharine Baker of Walnut Creek/San Ramon/Pleasanton/Livermore (925) 328-1515
  • Brian Maienschein of north San Diego/Rancho Santa Fe/Poway (858) 675-0077
  • David Hadley of Torrance/Gardena/Redondo Beach/Palos Verdes (310) 375-0691
  • Ling Ling Chang is running to represent state Senate district 29 (Walnut, Rowland Heights, Diamond Bar, Chino Hills, Yorba Linda, Placentia, Brea, La Habra, Fullerton, Anaheim, Stanton, Cypress) (714) 529-5502
  • Young Kim of Fullerton, Buena Park, Cypress, Stanton (714) 521-6505

JOB #3: Lobby these 22 Democrats who MIGHT be persuaded through voter uprising NOT to support SB 1146 (need at least 12 of them to abstain or vote no):

  • Adam Gray of Modesto/Merced (209) 521-2111 and (209) 726-5465
  • Joaquin Arambula of Fresno County (559) 445-5532
  • Cheryl Brown of San Bernardino/Rialto/Fontana (909) 381-3238 and (909) 350-7646
  • Patty Lopez of San Fernando/Sunland-Tujunga (818) 365-2464
  • Ken Cooley of Rancho Cordova/Carmichael/Citrus Heights (916) 464-1910
  • Tom Daly of Anaheim/Santa Ana (714) 939-8469
  • Sebastian Ridley-Thomas of Culver City/Ladera Heights (310) 342-1070
  • Freddie Rodriguez of Pomona/Ontario/Chino (909) 902-9606
  • Rudy Salas of Kern and Kings counties (661) 335-0302 and (559) 585-7170
  • Miguel Santiago of Downtown L.A./Koreatown/Huntington Park (213) 620-4646
  • Eduardo Garcia of Palm Springs area and Imperial County (760) 347-2360 and (760) 355-8656
  • Mike Gatto of Glendale/Burbank (818) 558-3043
  • Mike Gipson of Willowbrook/Compton/Carson (310) 324-6408
  • Shirley Weber of San Diego, La Mesa, Lemon Grove, Otay Ranch (619) 531-7913
  • Jimmy Gomez of Eagle Rock / Chinatown / East L.A. (213) 483-5151
  • Das Williams of Ventura, Santa Paula, and most of Santa Barbara County (805) 564-1649 and (805) 641-370
  • Lorena Gonzalez of Chula Vista, National City, south San Diego (619) 338-8090
  • Susan Bonilla of Concord/Pittsburg/Vallejo (925) 521-1511
  • Ed Chau of Monterey Park/Temple City/El Monte/Arcadia/San Marino (323) 264-4949
  • Roger Hernandez of West Covina//Baldwin Park/Azusa/Glendora (626) 960-4457
  • Chris Holden of Pasadena/Monrovia/San Dimas/Upland (626) 351-1917 and (909) 624-7876
  • Jacqui Irwin of Thousand Oaks/Camarillo/Oxnard (805) 482-1904 and (805) 483-4488

Lastly, if the Christian-format colleges and universities opposing SB 1146 would direct all their donors and alumni to make these calls (and would collect important funds to fight campaign-style in these key districts), it would be the best and biggest army against SB 1146 and for religious freedom in California.

He will win who knows how to handle both superior and inferior forces…
He will win who knows when to fight and when not to fight.
Sun Tzu, Chinese general, author of “The Art of War” (544 BC – 496 BC)

Democrats: You can have faith, but can’t practice it

Wednesday, July 6, 2016, 3:12 pm | Randy Thomasson


Be disturbed. Be very disturbed.
And please, express your concern and anger now.

Realize that the same devilish spirit that burned Christians alive and threw them to ravenous beasts in the 1st through 3rd centuries is now in 2016 demanding that California Christians abandon their obedience to Jesus Christ or be severely punished.

That’s what the Democrat politicians’ SB 1146 would do to Christian institutions in California. This intolerant, tyrannical bill would force Christian-format colleges, universities, and Bible schools to abandon their obedience to God on sexual matters — by imposing the unnatural, unhealthy, unbiblical homosexual-bisexual-transsexual agenda instead.

Stop and think about it. Evil forces are coming for your friends today. If you don’t stand up for them, these forces will come for you tomorrow!

At the last hearing on SB 1146 on June 30, a young homosexual activist demanded legal permission to sue his former Christian college for big bucks, saying, “As a religious, Christ-loving openly gay man, I believe I should have the legal right to a discriminatory-free education…[with] legal recourse…”

Also at the hearing, the head of the largest “LGBTQ” promotion group in California (Equality California) essentially said Christian colleges must submit to his tyrannical homosexual-bisexual-transsexual agenda: “SB 1146 makes it clear that our existing state discrimination laws should apply in these higher education settings.”

Defending Christian values and religious freedom was Dr. John Jackson, the president of William Jessup University. At the hearing, Dr. Jackson said, “Part of the beauty of the American experience is the foundational recognition of unalienable rights, which do not derive from government, but derive from our Creator. Jessup and other faith-based schools have clear religious convictions regarding gender, sexuality, and marriage. SB 1146 marginalizes students and schools whose beliefs do not align with the views of those holding the levers of government power…creating a society that does not value diversity of opinion and even punishing dissent from what politicians have determined are the correct beliefs.”

See the devilish spirit of the Democrats at the hearing, where author and his witnesses insisted religious practices must be eliminated in favor of the unbiblical “LGBTQ” agenda. And in corrupt fashion, the Democrats passed SB 1146 on “intent,” not based on the proposed language in front of them! SB 1146 will be heard in August in the Assembly Appropriations Committee, then the Assembly floor, and if it passes, the Senate floor.

EXPRESS YOUR CONCERN AND ANGER RIGHT NOW. If you support religious freedom and don’t want yours or anyone else’s religious freedom punished, please take quick action right now. SaveCalifornia.com makes it simple for you to leave a message with your own state assemblymember, state senator, and the governor.

When you call, leave a simple message, like, “Oppose SB 1146. Protect religious freedom. Protect ‘separation of Church and State.’ Protect the freedom of religious institutions to uphold their own values. Support true diversity — oppose SB 1146.”

Enter your addressorange-1-hi to bring up your own state assemblymember and state senator’s phone numbers. Call their district offices where they are receiving messages this month of July.


number-2-orange-mdCall and leave a message for Governor Jerry Brown at 916-445-2841. Follow the prompts to briefly talk to a representative and leave a message opposing SB 1146.

The thief does not come except to steal, and to kill,
and to destroy. I have come that they may have life,
and that they may have it more abundantly.
Jesus Christ in John 10:10