Tag: San Antonio

Alice Patterson – When the Homosexual Agenda Comes to Your City

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What should we expect next in light of our US Supreme Court OPINION on homosexuality? The show this week allows us to catch a glimpse of what happened in San Antonio, TX when the city adopted a harsh ordinance to discriminate against Christians.

Remember the Alamo! There is a lot more happening in San Antonio than just historic relics. You thought the war was over, but we now are engaged in another war. When the San Antonio City Council decided to ban people from being involved in their city if they ever spoke out against moral degradation, they started a new kind of war with their citizens and with the constitution.

Join us as we talk with Alice Patterson from Justice at the Gate. She will share with us her story of the struggle and what you need to know when the homosexual agenda comes to your city.

Alice Patterson – Justice at the Gate

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Remember the Alamo!  There is a lot more happening in San Antonio than just historic relics.  You thought the war was over, but we now are engaged in another war.  When the San Antonio City Council decided to ban people from being involved in their city if they ever spoke out against moral degradation, they started a new kind of war with their citizens and with the constitution.

Join us as we talk with Alice Patterson from  Justice at the Gate.  She will share with us her story of the struggle and what you need to know when it comes to your city.  http://www.justiceatthegate.org/

Remember the Alamo!

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The story of the Alamo can be summarized by explaining that some brave soldiers fought to preserve their territory.  They fought to the death for what they believed and are honored in history for their heroism.  Today there is another battle brewing in San Antonio over a new law with the capacity to stifle our First Amendment freedom of speech and freedom of religion rights.  Our right to think for ourselves, especially when it favors virtue, is inalienable.

I’ve visited the city of San Antonio twice—once for the National League of Cities Conference and another time when our son graduated from Air Force Military Boot Camp.  San Antonio has a great tradition for which it should be proud.  Now the San Antonio City Council has brought more national attention to itself by passing a new law.   This law may be able to disqualify anyone from serving as an elected official, an appointed official, or from having any contract with the city if that person has ever spoken out against perversion or attends a church where the pastor has spoken out against perversion. Continue reading