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Crystal Nuttle: Running for Arizona State Senate-District 29

P10From firsthand experience, Crystal Nuttle knows the pain of unjustly losing custody of her children in 1995 by the Arizona Court System. Through a seemingly unending battle she had the victory of regaining full custody! Crystal’s testimony in 2000 was crucial in passing a blocked Senate bill into law which protects both parents and children. In 2001 Crystal spoke at the United Nations at the “Worldwide Children Summit” in behalf of children’s “needs” rather than “rights”. Crystal Nuttle is a “Certified Court Watcher” for child custody issues. She has full support from her husband of fifteen years, along with her family and friends. Crystal is a Precinct Committeewoman as well as an AZ State Delegate who believes Arizona would greatly benefit from having more Statesmen than Politicians. Crystal is asking for your vote to be your Senator, your Stateswoman and your Voice for Safety, Education and Job Creation for LD 29.
Strengths and Focus:
* Encourages those who believe that life will not get any better
* Always takes an optimistic view to a seemingly hopeless situation
* Knows how to stand her ground until victory is achieved
* Does NOT compromise her moral convictions to do the right thing when pressured to do otherwise.
* Leadership qualities to bring District 29 into being a shining and vibrant example of how a community works together in unity with issues that concerns the district.

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Religious Freedom Day, 2009

The White House has released President Bush’s Religious Freeday Day proclamation for 2009. Each year, the President declares January 16th to be Religious Freedom Day, and calls upon Americans to observe this day through appropriate events and activities in homes, schools, and places of worship.

A Proclamation by the President of the United States of America .

Religious freedom is the foundation of a healthy and hopeful society. On Religious Freedom Day, we recognize the importance of the 1786 passage of the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom. We also celebrate the first liberties enshrined in our Constitution’s Bill of Rights, which guarantee the free exercise of religion for all Americans and prohibit an establishment of religion.

Our Nation was founded by people seeking haven from religious persecution, and the religious liberty they found here remains one of this land’s greatest blessings. As Americans, we believe that all people have inherent dignity and worth. Though we may profess different creeds and worship in different manners and places, we respect each other’s humanity and expression of faith. People with diverse views can practice their faiths here while living together in peace and harmony, carrying on our Nation’s noble tradition of religious freedom… ”

Click here to view the entire 2009 Religious freedom Day proclamation

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