21 Republican states ban school vaccine mandates, the National Academy for State Health Policy reported. Arizona, Alabama, Texas, Florida, West Virginia and 16 more states ban the mandates.

The states that are not banning mandates are in violation of God's laws and the Constitution. "This is America. Individuals and parents have God-given rights that no one can take away," said Steven Andrew, the pastor calling the USA to stand up for freedom and revival.

Winning, God-given Rights: 21 Republican States Ban School Vaccine Mandates
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Winning, God-given Rights: 21 Republican States Ban School Vaccine Mandates

“This is America. Individuals and parents have God-given rights that no one can take away,” said Steven Andrew, the pastor calling the USA to stand up for God's liberty and revival.

The Georgia Supreme Court confirmed Tuesday what most informed Georgians have known all along. The court found that Georgia citizens, including voters, have standing to sue government officials who violate Georgia law. The court overturned parts of lower court rulings in cases entitled Sons of Confederate Veterans et al, vs. Henry County Board of Commissioners and Sons of Confederate Veterans et al, v. Newton County Board of Commissioners. In those cases, the organization was joined by individuals who sued the county boards for voting to remove statutes that are legally protected under O.C.G.A. 50-3-1. The lower courts falsely claimed that the petitioners had no standing to sue. The ruling applies to individuals and organizations who have citizens, residents or taxpayers in a jurisdiction. It confirms arguments made by Petitioners in the Fulton County counterfeit ballot case known as Favorito et al, v. Wan et al. That case, originally entitled Favorito et al, v. Cooney et al was dismissed after 10 months of hearings for lack of standing. The dismissal came after the county hired criminal defense attorneys to prevent petitioners from inspecting ballots. That case has a pending writ of certiorari before the Supreme Court.

Winning: GA Supreme Court Confirms Voters Have Standing to Sue Election Officials Who Violate Law
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Winning: GA Supreme Court Confirms Voters Have Standing to Sue Election Officials Who Violate Law

The court found that Georgia citizens, including voters, have standing to sue government officials who violate Georgia law.

The Supreme Court on Monday sided with Joseph Kennedy, the previous Bremerton, Washington football coach, who honored the Lord and kneeled and prayed on the field after games, according to reports. This decision strengthens the acceptability of Christianity in public school, government and business settings. The first act of Congress is to pray in Jesus’ name and read the Bible. Jesus Christ is who makes America blessed! The First Amendment says laws against Christians are illegal. “If we make God top priority of our lives, schools and the USA then God will heal our land and restore blessings,” said Steven Andrew, pastor of USA Christian Church.

Winning: Christian Coach Unconstitutionally Fired for Praying on the Field Will be Reinstated by March; Corrupt School Violated First Amendment
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Winning: Christian Coach Unconstitutionally Fired for Praying on the Field Will be Reinstated by March; Corrupt School Violated First Amendment

The First Amendment says laws against Christians are illegal.


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