Gabriel Armstrong Put 'God' words on special license Regarding the proposed bill to add "In God We Trust" to all standard license plates, a simple solution would be to create a specialty license plate just with the motto "In God We Trust." That way anyone wishing to publicly display their religion could pay the extra fee for the plate, and it would be far more exclusive than the universal use of the slogan by believers and nonbelievers. Gary Pope Reap whirlwind of abortion in U.S. You can know the substance of a thing by its end. Case in point is abortion in America. As of today and counting, we interesting have murdered by abortion 59,724,264.5 unborn children. Planned Parenthood has murdered 7,624,053.8 (and counting) babies. In 2016, the organization killed 14,702.9 by abortion. By comparison, the Nazis killed 7-10 million people in the Holocaust. We have seared our conscience to the point that the harvesting of baby parts, even while the baby is still alive, is considered a patriotic act. We do the Nazis proud! We have turned on ourselves and murdered our future generations and called it a good thing!
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The city announced Friday that an appellate court has denied the request for an injunction from the group Citizens Against the 24th Street Widening Project . The group sued the city over the project's environmental-impact report, claiming it did not meet the requirements set by the California Environmental Quality Act. The city said roadwork has been delayed nearly two years, in part because of the legal battles. The project will include the demolition of a stretch of homes along 24th Street so another lane of traffic can be added in each direction. It includes mitigation measures, such as a sound wall and verdant landscaping. MORE | 24th Street widening project details, map and documents The city manager's office said final design was restarted this fall, but more field work read is needed. The city has acquired all but one full parcel in the way of the expansion, with several partial acquisitions still needed. The first demolition could take place this spring, followed by construction of the sound wall. The https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=bN1f1rs_q2c sound wall design will be addressed during the City Councils Jan.
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