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By returning to Christian roots, the nation can achieve greatness once again
Topic - Randy Burbach
A Portland, Ore.-area middle school football coach who said he was willing to lose his job rather than back down from plans for a team party at Hooters has lost his job.
Burbach said he believes Hooters is appropriate for families.
Burbach told KGW-TV he would not bow to pressure to move the party, because he always told his boys to stand up for what they believe in.