Outrageous moves by pro-homosexual educators in California in the weeks leading up to the November 4 elections may end up inadvertently helping pass Proposition 8, the "Protect Marriage" statewide ballot initiative.
The Supreme Court of the State of Connecticut ruled 4-3 on October 10 that same sex marriage must be allowed in that state. The case was initiated by eight homosexual couples in Connecticut over four years ago, and was spearheaded by attorneys from Massachusetts Gay and Lesbian Advocates and Defenders (GLAD).
Religious leaders in California representing many different denominations have issued calls to their congregations to fast and pray, asking God's blessing on their efforts to help passage of Proposition 8.
The Baylor Religion Survey, which was released by researchers with the Institute for Studies of Religion at Baylor University in Waco, Texas, on September 11, revealed that a majority of American still hold some pretty traditional beliefs — including a belief in guardian angels.
California's Proposition 4 supports parental notification for abortion for minor girls. It will be on the ballot in November, setting up another battle of parents versus Planned Parenthood.
In 2000, California voters overwhelmingly adopted (by over 61 percent) Proposition 22 to establish that “Only marriage between a man and a woman is valid or recognized in California.” Homosexual activists immediately challenged the new law.
U.S. Senator Rick Santorum (R-Pa.) touched off a media firestorm in 2003, when, in an interview with an AP reporter, he suggested that allowing same-sex marriage was a strategic descent down the slippery slope toward acceptance of other perversions, such as incest, pederasty, and bestiality.