ARE YOU READY TO VOTE?
Are you registered to vote?
Do you know where to vote?
Check the Virginia Department of Elections‘ website.
- Voter Guide for 7th District June 21, 2022 Primary – English June 10, 2022
- 7th District Voter Guide for June 21, 2022 Primary, Español June 9, 2022
- Giovanna Nall of the Prince William & Manassas Family Alliance Board of Directors on CNN Tita May 27, 2022
- Voter Guide for 10th District Republican May 21, 2022 Primary May 20, 2022
- HOW CAN WE AS GOOD CITIZENS MONITOR OUR ELECTIONS? — PART 2 December 16, 2021
- STILL DOING NOTHING? December 13, 2021
- NOEL OR NO EL? December 9, 2021
- HOW CAN WE AS GOOD CITIZENS ENSURE THE INTEGRITY OF OUR ELECTIONS? — PART 1 November 30, 2021
- THANKSGIVING FOR THE TRUTH November 24, 2021
- LGBTQ CLUBS OR GAY-STRAIGHT CLUBS! November 23, 2021
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Tag Archives: discrimination
WHEN JESUS CHRIST CAME TO SAVE US FROM OUR SINS
Jesus was born as the son of a poor couple in a stable. Because He seemed like a nobody, few even noticed. His virgin birth? How does one prove such a thing? When Jesus was full grown He performed miracles, … Continue reading
Posted in Citizen Responsibilities, Constitutional Government, culture, Legislation, Local News, religion Tagged Christmas, culture war, discrimination, First Amendment, government, Governor Ralph Northam, human-rights, Jesus Christ, John 17:13-21, Matthew 22:15-22, Matthew 2:16-23, politics, SB 868, SB 868 Discrimination; prohibited in public accommodations, United States Constitution, Virginia Senate, Virginia Values Act 1 Comment
WILL A NEW VIRGINIA LAW INTERFERE WITH OUR RIGHT AND A RESPONSIBILITY TO DISCRIMINATE?
Think for a moment about the First Amendment. Amendment I (archives.gov) Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right … Continue reading
Posted in 2021 Election, culture, Legislation Tagged 2020 Election, 2021 Election, causes of action, culture war, discrimination, etc., First Amendment, government, human-rights, politics, SB 868, SB 868 Discrimination; prohibited in public accommodations, United States Constitution, Virginia Senate 6 Comments
SOMETHING ELSE TO READ IN THE NEW YEAR: A BELATED NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTION
I don’t get excited about the calendar. I don’t regard New Years Day as special. Since I would rather sleep than party, on New Years Eve, I go to bed at the same old time. Do I begrudge of the … Continue reading
Posted in Citizen Responsibilities, Constitutional Government, culture, religion Tagged affirmative action, Bible, Christ Jesus, Christian tolerance, Civic Duty, culture war, discrimination, forbearance, government, homosexuality, human-rights, John 14:15, Karl Popper, paradox of tolerance, religion, Romans 14:1-13, Tolerance 3 Comments