Archive for April, 2012

Second Government Letter

Second Government Letter

P.O. Box 3126 Waco, TX 76707 Email: mail@statesofrefuge.org Website: www.statesofrefuge.org   Dear Honorable Civil Servant, The Lord richly bless you! A few months ago Operation Save America sent a letter of introduction announcing our new national campaign called, States of Refuge. Each state representative from Arkansas, Mississippi, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming received this […]

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Open Letter to Jackson, Wyoming

Open Letter to Jackson, Wyoming

  If we cannot stand to see it, why do we tolerate it? Open Letter to Jackson Hole, Wyoming  “Have I therefore become your enemy because I tell you the truth (Galatians 4:16)?” “In a time of universal deceit―telling the truth is a revolutionary act.”  These are the words of George Orwell.  Long before Orwell, however, […]

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Wyoming Supreme Court rules says city violated pro-lifers First Amendment rights

Wyoming Supreme Court rules says city violated pro-lifers First Amendment rights

Focus on the Family Interview CHEYENNE, WYOMING, April 10, 2012, (LifeSiteNews.com) – The Wyoming Supreme Court ruled today that the city of Jackson had violated pro-life activists’ First Amendment rights when it prohibited them from holding a protest on the city square last year.   Rev. Chet Gallegher and Pastor Mark Holick of Operation Save […]

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WND EXCLUSIVE: Court protects graphic abortion images

The state Supreme Court in Wyoming has issued a ruling protecting the graphic abortion violence photographs and images that pro-life protesters use to shock people into a debate on the procedures used to kill the unborn in America. The ruling came today in a conflict between Operation Save America and the town of Jackson, which […]

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AP Story and National Press Release

AP Story and National Press Release

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) – A state court order that barred abortion protesters from appearing at Jackson’s town square last year violated the protesters’ constitutional rights, the Wyoming Supreme Court ruled Tuesday. In a lengthy 3-2 decision, the state Supreme Court ruled the temporary restraining order issued by District Judge Tom Day violated the First Amendment […]

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