The conservation of energy is violated in the period called inflation. Momentum conservation is violated at the same time.
What you say about conservation of charge is completely true, but it is not so easy to conserve charge locally when creating particles.
You can only do that by creating particles in groups and pairs are the simplest groups. But worse for the BB, you have the fact of QM and relativity which is that the laws completely expect matter and antimatter in equal amounts.
See Feynman Dirac Memorial lecture for details. There he shows the connection between relativity and QM demands the existence of antiparticles due to an amplitude an electron has to go faster than light. The only way you get more electrons created than positrons is to violate relativity and a deep symmetry principle...
The only way you can get away with unbalanced creation and unbalanced annihilation and still conserve charge, is to say that there's definitely some imbalance in matter and antimatter, we created more electrons than positrons, and at the same time we created other positive charges as well, which cannot annihilate with electrons. Not predicted by any application of relativity to QM so far as I know.
I do not believe in any cosmological principles because cosmology is not a science of the same kind as, say chemistry. Instead I like to play advocate because it seems to me that this is a worthwhile thing to do when others are all backing a single horse. So although I said what I said, I don't believe in it with any conviction. What would be the point?
But I completely refuse to accept that I "believe in creation without recombination." I'd like to know why you think I believe that. I meant the complete opposite, that there would be expected a vast amount of attrition. I also said it's hard for two neutrally charged objects to reach each other if they are on opposite sides of a black hole (EH).
Hope this adds fuel to the fire...