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Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Protest Temecula School Board in Support for Brynn Williams

 Class, Friends, and fellow Constitutionalists,

Those not in the Inland Empire, keep us in your prayers.  For those of you in Southern California, it is time to be active.

Our God-given rights of Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Religion is under assault, and tonight you have a chance to do something about it.
Tonight, bring your Bible, your Freedom of Speech, and John 3:16 - it is time to show the Temecula Unified School District School Board Meeting what our freedoms are all about. . .

Brynn Williams is a 6 year old elementary school student that was told to sit down and stop talking about the Bible by her teacher in class during her presentation as she reached the point where she was going to read John 3:16.  We are going to show our support for Brynn, and her family, at the local school board meeting.  Come prepared to give your understanding of the freedom of speech, and the freedom of religion, in this country, and I want each of you to work into your presentation a recitation of the verse in John 3:16.  Also, make a small sign that has the verse on it, in case they tell us we have to stop reciting the verse - at which time I want us all to hold up our signs.

Learn more about the case in these articles:

Meeting Location:

TVUSD Conference Facility 
*Enter meeting through Room D*
31350 Rancho Vista Road
Temecula 92592

6:00 p.m., February 4, 2014
* The Board meets in closed session from 4 p.m. - 6 p.m.
The public is invited to attend the Open Session portion of the meeting, which begins at 6 p.m. Please wait in Room D for the doors to open for the Open Session Meeting. 
Thank you.

Douglas Gibbs
Constitution Radio/Political Pistachio

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