Georgia Attorney General Samuel Olens is demanding sermons for government review. But, just as the Houston 5 pastors stood up against the government assault, Dr. Eric Walsh will not comply. As Emir Caner, president of Truett-McConnell University stated, “Ministers of the Gospel are not hirelings of the state, but ambassadors for our Lord.”
The Georgia Health Department has already fired an employee after reviewing his sermons. His attorney stated, “[I]f the government is allowed to fire someone over what he said in his sermons, they can come after any of us for our beliefs on anything.”
Call Attorney General Olens and tell him to stop demanding government review of sermons and violating the First Amendment rights of Pastors at 404-656-3300.
While Target refuses to protect women and children from male predators in the fitting rooms and rest rooms, they just announced plans to spend $20 million to install single-stall bathrooms--but not for the cross-dressing confused. No, those bathrooms are for the majority to stand in line to use. No word if they plan to install single room fitting rooms to protect against males taking pictures and videos of women and girls like occurred at Target stores in Idaho, North Dakota, Massachusetts, Texas, and Ohio. (Interestingly, an objector in the news story above said he would change his mind if women and girls were being victimized. They are.)