Bill Rench

Pastor, Calvary Baptist Church

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Pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church in Temecula, California

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Sarah Palin has made headlines — and punch lines — by asking New Yorkers to “ refudiate ” the building of a mosque a few blocks from Ground Zero.

Showdown over a Planned Mosque in Temecula Valley

Sarah Palin has made headlines — and punch lines — by asking New Yorkers to “ refudiate ” the building of a mosque a few blocks from Ground Zero.

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