Saturday, March 29, 2008

California Court of Appeals Grants Petition for Re-hearing

On March 25, the California Court of Appeal granted a motion for rehearing in the In re Rachel L. case—the controversial decision which purported to ban all homeschooling in that state unless the parents held a teaching license qualifying them to teach in public schools.
The Court of Appeals said,
"California courts have held that under provisions in the Education Code, parents do not have a constitutional right to home school their children. Thus, while the petition for extraordinary writ asserts that the trial court’s refusal to order attendance in a public or private school was an abuse of discretion, we find the refusal was actually an error of law. It is clear to us that enrollment and attendance in a public full-time day school is required by California law for minor children unless (1) the child is enrolled in a private full-time day school and actually attends that private school, (2) the child is tutored by a person holding a valid state teaching credential for the grade being taught, or (3) one of the other few statutory exemptions to compulsory public school attendance (Ed. Code, § 48220 et seq.) applies to the child. Because the parents in this case have not demonstrated that any of these exemptions apply to their children, we will grant the petition for extraordinary writ." The basically meant that unless the parent had a valid teaching license, they couldn't homeschool their children. (you can go to to read the full opinion.) However, the automatic effect of granting this motion is that the prior opinion is vacated and is no longer binding on any one, including the parties in the case. The Court of Appeal has solicited a number of public school establishment organizations to submit amicus briefs including the California Superintendent of Public Instruction, California Department of Education, the Los Angeles Unified School District, and three California teacher unions. The court also granted permission to Sunland Christian School to file an amicus brief. The order also indicates that it will consider amicus applications from other groups. Home School Legal Defense Association will seek permission to file such an amicus brief and will coordinate efforts with a number of organizations interesting in filing briefs to support the right of parents to homeschool their children in California. “This is a great first step,” said Michael Farris, chairman of HSLDA. “We are very glad that this case will be reheard and that this opinion has been vacated, but there is no guarantee as to what the ultimate outcome will be. This case remains our top priority,” he added. As homeschooling becomes more the school of choice because of the extreme deterioriation of the public schools, some politicians and school districts are trying to prevent homeschooling. The main reason is because of the almighty dollar. When more students leave the public school system, the less the school district receives. It's a number game plain and simple. However, there are other reasons such as liberals not wanting homeschooling to occur because less influence they will have on the children to indoctrinate them on homosexuality and other perverse lifestyles, abortion, and evolution theories. Because of the extreme decision of the initial Court of Appeals decision, and other hostile and unfriendly states, groups such as the HSLDA is promoting a constitutional amendment that will make it a Constitutional right to homeschool your child. Go to and read more. Until then.

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Oklahoma State Rep being attacked for comments

Oklahoma State Representative Sally Kern is under attack by anti-Christian homosexual hate groups, such as the so-called “Human Rights Campaign” and the “Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund,” for addressing the dangers posed to American culture by militant homosexual activism and celebration of the homosexual lifestyle. These groups have dispatched their minions in an effort to intimidate and embarrass Rep. Kern. Investigators are even looking into potential death threats against the lawmaker and she has been assigned a bodyguard. It's good to see that there are some politicians that are willing to take a stand and not back down from these type of statements. Homosexuality is a perverse lifestyle and is an abomination to God. Sally Kern has helped shed light to this ungodly practice and a practice that perverts our Christian culture and our children. It's a dark day in America when making such a statement would be so controversial. This would not have been controversial 20 or 30 years ago. But we have entered a new age in American when the homosexual agenda is getting a foot hold in our culture, politics, and unforturnately, our religion. However, as Christians, we need to take a stand against this gross lifestyle. Our children depend on us. Until then.

Thursday, March 20, 2008

Silencing Christians.

I would encourage everyone to go to This is a great website which has videos which deals with specific incidents of Christians that are being denied the right to preach Christianity or to acknowledge that Jesus Christ is their Lord and Savior. So often liberals and those that hate Christians will try to claim there is a "separation of Church and State." However, are you aware that it is not mentioned in the U.S. Constitution or any legal document of the founding fathers? At, you’ll learn how this “sacred cow” of the liberal left only applies when it is being used to keep “Christ” out of school. Learn how Islam is being promoted in California public schools while the name of Jesus is prohibited in Nevada by an individual student speaking of her own personal beliefs. Plus, conservative speaker Ann Coulter sits down with Janet Parshall to discuss the hypocrisy of the tolerance movement and what it does to silence the voices of Christians and conservatives. Don’t miss this eye-opening program.
We are at a unique time in our American history when the far left is more than ever pushing its anti-Christian agenda, such as miscegenation and homosexual agenda in our public schools, and unfortunately, our churches, which are buying into this. One of the reasons this is being allowed as Christians, we are apathetic. WE allow it to happen because we don't stand and say NO. We instead keep silent and don't support causes that stops the liberal agenda, and this includes actually contributing and financially backing the movement. Unlike the liberals, like minded white nationalists are a very tight pocket group that won't support the cause financially. For example, the Seattle-based Pride Foundation this week announced the establishment of a new fund from the estate of Ric Weiland. Ric Weiland was one of the first five employees for Microsoft, Inc, and was a personal friend of Bill Gates. A number of LGBT and HIV/AIDS organizations, including the Task Force, were named as beneficiaries of the $65 million bequest, which will be paid out over an eight-year period. $65 million dollars to those groups that are bent to destroy our future and our children. How much are we spending for our cause that we supposedly believe in? Ric Weiland believed in his pathetic and anti-Christian cause until his death, will we? Don't be silent anymore, be active, dont' cave in, and financially support the White Nationalist Cause.

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Ford Motor Company boycott lifted

Good News. This in from American Family Association. " AFA is suspending its two year boycott of Ford Motor Company. The conditions of the original agreement presented in fall 2005 have been met. We reached the conclusion that Ford had met the conditions of the agreement based on monitoring for several months. Individuals are free to purchase Ford vehicles again. Your support of the boycott played a key role in convincing Ford to cease its significant support of the homosexual agenda. During the 24 months the boycott was in effect, Ford sales dropped an average of 8% per month. The boycott was not entirely responsible for the drop in sales, but it played a very significant role. A total of 780,365 individuals signed AFA's Boycott Ford petition. The original agreement contained four items:
1. Ford would not renew current promotions or create future incentives that give cash donations to homosexual organizations based on the purchase of a vehicle.
2. Ford would not make corporate donations to homosexual organizations that, as part of their activities, engage in political or social campaigns to promote civil unions or same-sex marriage.
3. Ford would stop giving cash and vehicle donations or endorsements to homosexual social activities such as Gay Pride parades.
4. Ford would cease all advertising on homosexual Web sites and through homosexual media outlets (magazines, television, radio) in the U.S. with the exception of $100,000 to be used by Volvo. The Volvo ads would be the same ads used in the general media and not aimed at the homosexual community specifically.A few minor issues remain, and we will continue to bring these to the attention of Ford. But basically Ford has met the terms of the agreement. We are therefore suspending the boycott.