Monday, October 14, 2013

The Latest on the San Antonio Recalls

Must read article on the fate of Julian Castro's censorship ordinance:
Castaneda stands in front of her booth to attract other like minded citizens to sign the petition.   “The self imposed deadline of October 31, 2013 will be reached, she told me.  The turnout to sign the petition has been overwhelming.” Her plea to the people of San Antonio is a simple request.  “Please come out and support true ‘family values’ and preserve our freedom of religion, freedom of speech and freedom of conscience.”   She promised me that there will be other councilmen recalled.


Pastor Gerald Ripley has sent out a plea for help.  He needs Notaries to certify the signatures of the referendum which is the repeal of the San Antonio non discrimination ordinance passed on September 5 by the San Antonio City Council.   The signed petitions are to be delivered to the Sr. Coordinator at Abundant Life Church, 5626 Randolph Blvd San Antonio, Texas 78233 by 8:00 pm on Sunday, October 13.  For more information on the referendum go to  
The citizens of San Antonio are determined to reach their goals to recall Councilman Diego Bernal and the NDO.  The Catholic Churches in San Antonio or not participating but many protestant churches are.  If you have not signed the ‘Repeal the NDO’ petition, call your pastor and ask to sign the petition.  Now is the time to be engaged in your community, your city.  Presently California is working to recall the California AB 1266 Referendum signed into law by the governor giving access to transgender individuals to enter public restrooms including the schools.
 Read the whole thing here.

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