New statute

California looks into changing rape laws to benefit victims In the state of California, the discussion of sexual assault cases and their statute of limitations has been in the news recently. According to the LA Times, Bill Cosby will only be put on trial for one out of dozens of women who have claimed Cosby sexually assaulted them, mostly due […]

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Another attack

14 people killed in California suburb Less than one full week after our nation finished celebrating the Thanksgiving holiday, two ISIS supporters mercilessly gunned down an innocent group of employees of the local health department at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, California Wednesday, Dec. 2. The first gunshots were fired around 11 a.m. Two gunmen, later identified as […]

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Tich’s Take

The final score: 161-2. Yes, you read that right. That was the score of a varsity girls’ basketball game in California between Arroyo Valley High School and Bloomington High School earlier this month. Predictably, it did not take long for the outrage to bubble to the surface. Arroyo Valley coach Michael Anderson was promptly suspended for two games and lambasted […]

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Censorship denies freedom

Book banning limits opportunity to be challenged by differing perspectives Springs Charter Schools in Temecula, California, have purged all Christian books from the school libraries. The administration claimed the book removal followed school protocol. Parents were alarmed to hear the news when a student came home and shared what happened. Well-known books such as Corrie ten Boom’s “The Hiding Place” […]

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Free to choose your bathroom

In an effort to include transgenders, male and female bathroom signs no longer apply to students in California Last year, Gov. Jerry Brown of California signed a bill that allows transgender students to select which bathroom they feel more comfortable using. The law took effect Jan. 1, according to a Fox News article by Dr. Keith Ablow, one of America’s […]

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