A California attorney asserts that battles for faith, family and
freedom in The Golden State will intensify in the coming years,
even if Mitt Romney is elected president.
Bob Tyler of Advocates for Faith & Freedom, a legal
group that fights for faith, family and freedom in California, says
his group has seen a greater assault against those values this
"I have no doubt that based upon the
laws that are currently in place in California, we will see our
battles continue to intensify, even if Romney is elected as
president, because we have so many state laws and local laws in
California that are oppressive toward Christianity," the general
Tyler asserts that Christians must continue to fight to preserve
ground in California.
"Let's hope that we will see a shift in 2012. It's probably not
one we're going to absolutely win in 2016, but let's hope that
there's a big shift by 2016," he offers. "By 2020, if the
Christians continue to strategize and the conservative leaders in
the state continue to meet and move forward on our efforts, I think
that we will over the next ten years see a significant change in
The legal group vows to continue the fight to preserve
Conservative author Dinesh D'Souza will join Advocates for Faith
& Freedom as its "Justice 2012" gala keynote speaker. The popular
author has lately made headlines for the documentary 2016: Obama's
America, a film based off his book, The Roots of
Obama's Rage. (Listen to audio report)
Considering the challenges facing the nation over the next four
years, Tyler says it is important that D'Souza headline the
"We expect that he will discuss the vital importance that this
election will have on the future of religious liberty in America.
We anticipate that he'll also discuss the significance for us that
liberties have been under since this administration took office,
and hopefully he'll be able to shed some light on the origins for
the attacks on religious liberty that have occurred, and hopefully
will enlighten our audience."
The Justice 2012 event will take place on October 6.