The Tower Theater in downtown Roseville was the site of a peaceful, but loud, protest demonstration by residents of Republican congressional representative Tom McClintock’s district in Northern California. Rep. McClintock had scheduled one of his Town Hall meetings at the Tower Theater in Roseville. But I don’t think he was prepared for the hundreds of people who turned out to protest his support of President Trump’s Executive orders.
Hundreds of people turned out in force to protest against the anti-gay beliefs of the Verity Baptist Church in Sacramento. Pastor Jimenez of Verity Baptist Church posted a recording of his sermon on Sunday, June 12, 2016, stating that Christians should not mourn over the deaths of 49 people killed in a mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, earlier that morning. He went on to preach that it was God’s intention that gays should be put to death. He also mentioned that the shooter didn’t finish the job by not killing all the people in the gay nightclub.
One of the great pleasures of hosting my own website and blog are the numerous people who have contacted me about Covered California and the new health plans being offered to individuals and families. One gentleman has done an astounding amount of research in response to the health plan changes proposed by Health Net. He has written a […]
As soon as I saw the large rainbow balloon arch, music stage and sound system, I knew Westfield PR executives had triumphed in turning protest into rally.
A little PDA, public display of affection, apparently pissed-off a mall cop who threatened the gay couple with eviction and now the mall is about to get hit with a kiss-in.
It’s like walking into your grandmother’s house at Christmas. Your senses are bathed in the familiar and comforting. There are wonderful aromas, beautiful decorations, family hugs and great treats to eat. Add to the sensory experience the rituals of loving and giving and we begin to understand the power of an enveloping religion. When you […]
Residents from all over the Sacramento region gathered on the north steps of the State Capitol Wednesday evening in solidarity against onerous laws and restrictions aimed at restricting women’s rights and reproductive health options.