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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Audrey Jarvis
Standing up for personal religious views is leading to trouble with authorities, several Christians said Saturday at a conference on faith and family values.
A 19-year-old California student has filed a religious accommodation request at Sonoma State University after she said school officials ordered her to remove her cross necklace, because it might "offend others."
Audrey Jarvis, a student at Sonoma State University in California, said she was asked by a teacher to take off her cross necklace when she was working at a student orientation event.
But these are just "lies of the left," she said, adding that liberal welfare policies that devalue fathers, marriage and work have caused decades of harm to families and communities.