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San Diego Public School Dance Teacher Fired for Playing Song with Christ in it

San Diego Public School Dance Teacher Fired for Playing Song with Christ in it

SAN DIEGO, Aug. 21 /Christian Newswire/ — Kathy Villalobos was a dance teacher for two San Diego Public Middle Schools. For five years she taught young teens how to dance. One day in class she played a song to her students that had the name "Christ" in it. Within five days, she was fired. That event transpired 4 1/2 years ago.

This Monday August 24, jury selection and her trial begins at the El Cajon East County Courthouse – along with a lively protest beforehand of the rights that were violated as a result of this firing.

"This is a tremendous injustice and violation of religious liberties" said Mary Kuper, Protest Organizer "Our Country was founded upon ‘In God we Trust’ and ‘One Nation Under God’, mentioning the name of Christ is an honor and a blessing, certainly not a reason for termination of employment. We hold the public school system accountable for this unreasonable act of injustice."

Pacific Justice Institute (PJI) is representing Ms. Villalobos. Brad Dacus, President of PJI, will speak at the protest Monday morning.

Protest of Injustice Against Religious Liberties
Monday August 24, 2009
El Cajon County Courthouse steps
250 East Main Street
El Cajon, CA 92020

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Nacht-Flüge: VGH-Urteil ist Niederlage für die Menschen in der Rheinhessen

VGH-Urteil ist Niederlage für die Menschen in der Rheinhessen

Nachtflüge dürfen nicht an den Hahn wandern – Landesregierung greift nach jedem Strohhalm

Frankfurt  am Main/ Mainz. 22. August 2009.  (and). 

Zur  Entscheidung des Verwaltungsgerichtshofs Hessen (VGH) zum Ausbau des Flughafens Frankfurt erklärte Daniel Köbler, Landesvorstandssprecher von BÜNDNIS 90/DIE GRÜNEN Rheinland-Pfalz:

"Das Gerichtsurteil ist eine herbe Niederlage für alle Gegner des Flughafen-Ausbaus. Die Menschen im Rheinhessen werden in Zukunft noch stärker unter der Lärmbelastung durch den Flugverkehr leiden.

Besonders enttäuschend ist für BÜNDNIS 90/DIE GRÜNEN allerdings die Reaktion der Landesregierung, die das Urteil begrüßt. Hier wird deutlich, dass die wirtschaftlichen Aspekte des Ausbaus die Auswirkungen auf Klima und Gesundheit der Menschen in Rheinhessen gnadenlos verdrängen. So entsteht der Eindruck, der Landesregierung sei die Lebensqualität der Menschen egal – Hauptsache, der Rubel rollt!“, ergänzte Daniel Köbler.

„Die Reaktion der Landesregierung zeigt zudem, dass sie nach jedem Strohhalm greift, um den Flughafen Hahn aus den roten Zahlen zu kriegen. Erst wird im Vorbeigehen der geplante Terminal-Neubau gestrichen und jetzt sollen die Nachflüge aus Frankfurt den hoch defizitären Regional-Flughafen retten. Das Angebot, die Nachtflüge aus Frankfurt an den Hahn zu verlagern, ist für BÜNDNIS 90/DIE GRÜNEN vollkommen inakzeptabel. Was den Menschen im Rhein-Main-Gebiet nicht zuzumuten ist – und vom VGH gerichtlich bestätigt wurde – kann auch nicht den Menschen im Hunsrück zugemutet werden“, sagte der Sprecher von Bündnis 90 / Die Grünen.

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Public Agrees that Clunkers Should Not be Destroyed

Public Agrees that Clunkers Should Not be Destroyed

MEDIA ADVISORY, Aug. 21 /Christian Newswire/ — Mission Solano, a homeless mission in northern California, today released the results of a poll showing that 62% of the public disapproves of the destruction of automobiles as part of the Cash for Clunkers program.

"Again we are calling on the President and leaders of Congress to provide clemency for so-called clunkers that are to be destroyed," said Ron Marlette, Mission Solano Executive Director. "And now we can show that the public agrees."

In a survey conducted August 16-17, 62% of all respondents, 883 people, believe that Cash for Clunkers cars should be made available to those who can not afford a new car rather than being destroyed as is required by the Cash for Clunkers program.

Across the country, thousands of usable vehicles are lined up at what have been dubbed "automobile death rows" awaiting their mandated destruction. In the past many of these cars would have been donated to charitable used car lots like that operated by Mission Solano. "We appreciate the economic stimulus that has come to our community through the Cash for Clunkers program," said Marlette. "But this program will destroy cars that could be used by our clients."

The Cash for Clunkers program provides a government incentive of up to $4,500 for buyers who trade in late model cars (no more than 25 years old) when buying a new vehicle. Mission Solano sells used cars to provide funds for their programs to benefit the homeless and needy. Mission Solano also provides automobiles free of charge to graduates of its programs. Marlette noted, "Not everybody is able to purchase a new car. It is a shame to throw away so many usable vehicles."

To see the entire poll results go to


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