The ACLU (Satan's Army) is hell-bent on removing the Christian God from American society in the name of other's rights not to see, hear or speak of it. They are the tool of the New World Order, a bunch of shark lawyers who's founder was a communist. Like true con artists they do a good deed now and then while planning many evils. BEWARE the wolf in shark's clothing...

Tuesday, October 24, 2006

ACLJ Intervenes In ACLU Vs. NSA

The ACLJ filed an amicus brief with a federal appeals court supporting the federal government's request to overturn a lower court decision that declared a key terrorism surveillance program of the National Security Agency (NSA) unconstitutional. They make quite a well put together argument. Please share with your readers.

The brief argues that the courts should not be involved in this aspect of the war: "Since hostilities began, United States agencies and armed forces have been seeking to identify, capture, or kill members of the al-Qaeda terrorist organization and their supporters," the brief argues. "How to do so involves political decisions which implicate both the national security and foreign policies of the United States, execution of which rightly resides in the political branches. The Judiciary is ill-equipped to determine the possible impact of such decisions on the wartime foreign and national security policies of the Nation and should be wary of entering the realm of discretionary decision-making reserved to the President. The district court in this case failed to respect the enumerated and inherent powers of a coordinate branch of government and thereby unconstitutionally violated separation of powers." (click title to read more)

Monday, October 23, 2006

Newsweak Poll Is Good News For Republicans

In two weeks Democrats have lost a 7 point advantage on the war on terror and a 9 point advantage on immigration. The message is getting out and we are in the final two week stretch!!! Plus this is based on a sample that is not weighted to reflect the most likely turn out.

We have little detail on where this poll was conducted. Was it nationwide or in a few urban areas? There is a terrible stench coming from the poll and it is found here:

Other parts of a potential Democratic agenda receive less support, especially calls to impeach Bush: 47 percent of Democrats say that should be a “top priority,” but only 28 percent of all Americans say it should be, 23 percent say it should be a lower priority and nearly half, 44 percent, say it should not be done. (Five percent of Republicans say it should be a top priority and 15 percent of Republicans say it should be a lower priority; 78 percent oppose impeachment.) (click title to read more)

Sunday, October 22, 2006

Just in from John Stephenson

Wow! The ACLU has become quite divided. The NY Times reports: about a new website supposed to rebut the accusations of the website that has put up many serious accusations against the ACLU. The charges include failure to disclose and comply with a legal decree, secret approvals of agreements limiting speech and association in order to obtain funding, cover-ups, silencing dissent on the ACLU board, data mining practices targeting donors and members, and silencing and spying on the ACLU Staff to the point of requiring them to acknowledge that they were subject to monitoring of all emails; explicitly violating the ACLU's own policy on privacy in the workplace. So far the new site offers absolutely nothing to rebutt these claims. (click title for more info)

Sunday, September 10, 2006

Plan To Cut ACLU Money Pipeline Advances

Congressman's effort would prevent group from collecting taxpayers' cash. -

A plan that would cut off the pipeline of taxpayer money that now flows into American Civil Liberties Union coffers has been advanced by the House Judiciary Committee.

Wednesday, August 02, 2006

Dems Kill Child Custody Protection Act Like They Do Human Beings!

Child Custody Protection Act Blocked! Democrat Senator Dick Durbin (IL) and his liberal allies - INCLUDING THE ACLU - have blocked the Child Custody Protection Act from going to a joint House/Senate conference committee. These haters of true freedom hate the fact that children who get pregnant have parents to look after them. They want to do it and make sure that child gets every chance to kill the human being in her womb. Parents don't need to know! Isn't it just like Demobrats and the sharks at the ACLU to throw fits until they get their unholy way...

ACLU "the Anti-American Criminal Liberties Union"

The ACLU will sue to stop voluntary prayer by the military and it will sue, demanding the military support Muslim religious practices by terrorist detainees.

Sinclair Broadcast Group commentator Mark Hyman referred to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) as "the Anti-American Criminal Liberties Union" on the September 13 edition of "The Point."

The American Criminal Liberties Union fancies itself as the protector of individual rights. The reality is the ACLU is a bunch of ambulance chasers with an extremist agenda.

Hyman has previously attacked the ACLU; for example, on the March 31 edition of "The Point," Hyman claimed: "Not unlike the Communist Chinese, the ACLU abhors individual religious freedom, and it supports only those civil liberties that fit its narrow political agenda."

(Read more at the title link)

Senate Transfers Land of Mt. Soledad to Federal Government

Now, let's see if that atheist and the ACLU sues the Pentagon. I rather doubt it. This is one for the side of sanity and good. Of course, when the Dems get in the White House, this could all change. The Dems love the ACLU and most are card carrying members (and get tons of money from those sharks). Anyway, this is terrific news. If I had the atheist's address, I'd send him a pair of blinders to match his soul...

Saturday, July 08, 2006

Mount Soledad Stands Majestic - For Now

From the American Center for Law and Justice (Web site)

Justice Kennedy has issued a four page order keeping the Stay in place which protects the cross at Mount Soledad during the full appeals process. This Order extended the temporary Stay that was issued earlier this week.

In his opinion, Justice Kennedy relied heavily on the fact that Congress had intervened with a legislative remedy. We represent members of Congress that actually proposed the legislation.

Because of your help we were able to file an amicus brief on behalf of these members of Congress with the Supreme Court. You can read Justice Kennedy's order by clicking here.

Stay of Soledad cross removal extended


U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy ordered Friday that his temporary stay protecting the Mount Soledad cross extend until state and federal courts can hear the city of San Diego's appeal this fall. (Click here to read the order.)

In blocking a federal judge's order that the city remove the cross by Aug. 1 or face a daily fine of $5,000, Kennedy also indicated that the full court may want to review the controversial case.

Kennedy said the court, which refused three years ago to get involved in the dispute, may consider it because of two new factors favorable to cross proponents. He cited legislation to make the area a national veterans memorial and a successful ballot initiative in which San Diegans overwhelmingly voted to transfer the land to the federal government.

The move is a big boost for cross supporters and the city, which wants to preserve the La Jolla landmark. The cross is part of a memorial to war veterans, but has been ruled an unconstitutional preference for religion. "It's phenomenal news," said Phil Thalheimer, leader of a pro-cross group that is trying to get the federal government to gain control of the land. "We're winning big."

James McElroy, the lawyer for Vietnam war veteran and atheist Phillip Paulson who sued in 1989 to remove the cross, said he was surprised and disappointed at the ruling. "I certainly understand the court's logic, but I disagree with it," he said. In May U.S. District Judge Gordon Thompson Jr. gave the city until Aug. 1 to take down the cross or face the daily fine. Thompson, a San Diego federal judge, ruled in 1991 that the cross violated the state constitution's ban on government showing any preference for a religion.

The city appealed the deadline order, seeking to block it while its appeals in two courts proceeded. On Monday Kennedy issued a temporary order that froze action until he ruled again.

That ruling came late Friday afternoon. Kennedy issued a four-page opinion outlining his decision, an unusual step in such instances.

In it, he noted that there are two appeals pending one in federal court, and a second in state courts that could decide the fate of the cross.

Given that, as well as a congressional proposal to designate the cross a national war memorial, Kennedy said it was best to delay any move to take down the cross.

He wrote that in balancing all the arguments "the equities here support preserving the status quo while the city's appeal proceeds." He also said it was likely that four justices on the high court would be willing to review the case if the federal appeals court upholds Thompson's order. That bolstered Thalheimer. "It's a strong indicator that no matter how the Ninth rules, the Supreme Court will take this case," he said.

Cross supporters believe they have a very good chance of winning if the case gets to the high court.

Kennedy also left the door open to perhaps dissolving the stay later, writing that "if circumstances change significantly, the parties may apply to this court for reconsideration."

McElroy said he interpreted that to mean that if he wins in the appeals courts Kennedy would be willing to lift his order blocking removal.

The city has an October hearing in the federal appeals court to argue that Thompson abused his discretion when he issued his order in May to remove the cross. The state court appeal focuses on Proposition A, passed last fall by 76 percent of the voters. It would hand the land over to the federal government, meaning the cross would no longer violate the state constitution.

But Superior Court Judge Patricia Yim Cowett ruled that the measure violated the state constitution because it showed a preference for religion, and amounted to aiding a religion. The state appeals court in San Diego has placed that appeal on a fast track, meaning the case will likely be heard in the next couple of months.

Friday, July 07, 2006

Perverted ACLU Lawyers Messing With Soldiers Right to Pray

Soldiers have a right to pray.

If you look closely at the picture above, you will note that all the
Marines pictured are bowing their heads. That's because they're praying.

This incident took place at a recent ceremony honoring the Birthday of the Corps, and it has the ACLU up in arms. "These are federal employees," says Lucius Traveler, a spokesman for the ACLU, "on federal property and on federal time. For them to pray is clearly an establishment of religion, and we must nip this in the bud immediately."

When asked about the ACLU's charges, Colonel Jack Fessender, speaking for the Commandant of the Marine Corps said (cleaned up a bit), "Screw the ACLU." GOD Bless Our Warriors, Send the ACLU to France.

Please send this to people you know so everyone will know how stupid the ACLU is Getting in trying to remove GOD from everything and every place in America. May God Bless America, One Nation Under GOD!

What's wrong with the picture? ABSOLUTELY NOTHING.

Prayer for our soldiers.

"Lord, hold our troops in your loving hands. Protect them as they Protect us. Bless them and their families for the selfless acts they Perform for us in our time of need. I ask this in the name of Jesus, our Lord and Savior. Amen."

Call your local chapter of the ACLU and give them the hell they deserve about this attempt to take away the right of our soldiers to pray. Let's all work hard to stop the ACLU from intruding in our lives any way they see fit and demanding to be paid from our taxes when they sue us. ENOUGH!!!