Category Archives: Freedom of conscience

0340_FLASH MOB AT MASTERPIECE CAKESHOP TOMORROW (June 8) Come early (2:30) to prepare, stay during flash mob, and remain to help clean up and encourage Jack_Contribute money to help him recoup expenses during the legal battles

Donna Jack
June 7, 2018

 Find the Court’s full opinion  about Jack and his Masterpiece Bakeshop: https://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/17pdf/16-111_j4el.pdf

Here is a link to a donate page to help out Jack and his business.

FLASH MOB AT MASTERPIECE CAKESHOP TOMORROW (June 8)
Come early (2:30) to prepare

Tomorrow afternoon people supporting Jack, the Masterpiece Cakeshop, and freedom of speech and conscience, will be meeting from 2:30 til 3:00 at the Cakeshop.  We will be given instructions how to be able to remain calm and represent Jack and Jesus during the flash mob.

At 4:00 there will be a flash mob (one that is carefully planned — as Jack said, we all know about it).  The opposition will be given a space to exercise their free speech and conscience.  During that time, those supporting Jack will remain, and afterwards will be there to clean up whatever is needed after the flash mob leaves.

DURING THE TIME THAT JACK WAS NOT PERMITTED TO CONTINUE
HIS WEDDING CAKE SERVICES, HE LOST A TREMENDOUS AMOUNT OF BUSINESS (money).

Here is a link to a donate page to help out Jack and his business.
https://www.continuetogive.com/supportjackphillips

Jack and Masterpiece Cakeshop lost a tremendous amount of money when he had to shut down his wedding bakery services.  The bills continued to mount while his income was shrinking.  Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) has provided legal services, taken care of all legal fees and services.  But during these years, his business suffered because of imposed restrictions on him from the lawsuit. Continue reading

0339_US Supreme Court Ruling on Colorado Masterpiece Cakeshop case_Cake Baker Victory at Supreme Court Today (forwarded by Donna Garner)

Donna Jack
June 7, 2018

June 4, 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in the favor of Colorado Masterpiece Cakeshop.

 Find the Court’s full opinion here https://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/17pdf/16-111_j4el.pdf

Read/Donate to Support Jack Phillips (the owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop)-
https://www.continuetogive.com/supportjackphillips

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From: Donna Garner <wgarner1@hot.rr.com>
Sent: Monday, June 4, 2018 10:18 AM
To: Donna Garner <wgarner1@hot.rr.com>
Subject: CAKE BAKER VICTORY AT SUPREME COURT TODAY – IMPORTANT FOR TEXAS — FROM TEXAS VALUES — 6.4.18

For Immediate Release                                    PRESS RELEASE
June 4, 2018 – Contact: (512) 478-2220

“Cake Baker Supreme Court Victory! Religious Freedom Clause Key To Historic Win”
Washington, D.C. —This morning the U.S. Supreme Court released its decision, holding 7-2 that the Colorado government violated the constitutional rights (Free Exercise Clause)  of private business owner and cake baker Jack Phillips. Last year, Texas Values joined 32 state family policy organizations from across the country supporting Colorado cake shop owner Jack Phillips, a supporter of traditional marriage who is being forced by the government to make a cake with a specific theme: celebrating a same-sex wedding ceremony.

 Find the Court’s full opinion here https://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/17pdf/16-111_j4el.pdf

 “This is an important religious liberty victory for a private business owner who prevailed over the wrongful attempts of the government to punish Jack Phillips for his faith. This decision will go a long way to helping Texas lawmakers pass state law protection on these specific religious freedom attacks from local government laws like Dallas, Austin, and San Antonio, just to name a few. The First Amendment protects religious liberty and freedom of speech and does not give government power to force artists such as Jack Phillips to express someone else’s message, particularly on an issue such as marriage that has been widely debated in our country,” said Jonathan Saenz, Lawyer and President of Texas Values. Continue reading