Sean and Hannah Gastonguay were fed up.
They were fed up with governmental intrusion in their lives. Fed up with moral state of America. Fed up with unfair taxation. Hannah said as Christians they don’t believe in ‘‘abortion, homosexuality, in the state-controlled church.” U.S. ‘‘churches aren’t their own,’’ Gastonguay said, suggesting that government regulation interfered with religious independence.
So the northern Arizona family decided to do something about it. Continue reading