The Successful Repeal of a Sexual Orientation Ordinance in Fayetteville AR
We told you last week that we needed to keep our eyes on Congress during the "lame duck" session. Our concerns were well-founded.
In an unbelievable move this week, congressional leaders in both parties joined President Obama to pass a combined Continuing Resolution and Omnibus Budget Bill ("Cromnibus"). Not only did they spend $1.1 Trillion dollars of taxpayer money, but they left Obamacare and the Immigration Executive Order untouched. There was not even an attempt to push back against these two glaring instances of presidential overreach and abuse of authority.
Join us on Tuesday to discuss the ramifications of what happened on Capitol Hill this week. We hope to have a Congressman or staffer as one of our guests.
We will also discuss the successful repeal of the Sexual Orientation Gender Identity (SOIGI) ordinance in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Ordinance 119 would have given men and women the right to ignore their biological gender and use the public restroom that matches their declared "gender-identity."
That means a grown man could lawfully enter the women's restrooms by simply declaring that he identifies as a woman. Fayetteville is known as a liberal city, but the city council's ordinance was overturned by 52% of the voters. There will be a series of such ordinances introduced around the country next year, and we will fight every one of them.
Finally we will outline some of our achievements this year and what we hope to accomplish next year.
Please join us this Tuesday at 12 Noon, December 16th for our the National Emergency Coalition Conference call.
The telephone number is 712-432-0900.
Access code - 199176#.
This will be the final call of 2014.
Thank you for your patriotism and steadfastness in the battle to preserve our Constitutional Republic, and for being with us week after week to address the national emergency which grips our nation. No king will ever sit on a throne in our country because God sits on the throne of our hearts.
We will resume these calls again next year starting on Tuesday, January 6th at Noon EST.
We will keep fighting for the soul of our country until we completely defeat the enemies of our Constitutional freedom and Judeo-Christian heritage. We will continue to fight for the full realization of our Pledge of Allegiance as "one nation under God, indivisible with liberty and justice for all."
As always, thank you for your support of STAND. May God bless you and may He continue to bless the United States of America.
For God and Country,
P.S. "I also have an exciting announcement to make about an important project. Don't miss this call."
2. Successful repeal of "diversity" related city ordinance in Fayetteville Arkansas.
"STAND is a non-profit organization that reaches across racial and cultural lines to bring people together around the foundational principles that made America great."
For more info contact:
Executive Director, STAND
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