Sunday, August 14, 2005

‘Anti-ACLU’ Fights for Religion in Public Life

Is that one of those Stop The ACLU Guys with that sign?

Today I wanted to talk about an awesome organization The Alliance Defense Fund This organization is always at the forefront fighting the ACLU. An organization I give money to often, and highly recommend others to join.

They have done many things to save liberty from the careless hands of the ACLU, and we will share some of the more recent projects in this post a little later. But first I wanted to share an email I recieved from their National Media Relations Manager, Gregg Scott. They know of us, and they like us!


Great site man. Good resources for all Americans.

Sept. 1, Alan Sears will release his second book -- The ACLU vs. America.

Would you and/or Nedd like an advance copy? Shoot me an email back and I can drop it in the mail pretty quick. This thing is a sledgehammer to the ACLU's ugly knees.


Of course I said yes! I was pretty excited to recieve a seal of approval from such a respected National organization.

LOS ANGELES - For years, the American Civil Liberties Union (search) and other groups have fought to remove any trace of religion from government and public life, and for years they've won.

Now the ACLU is facing a challenge from groups such as the Alliance Defense Fund (search), one of several Christian law firms formed in the 1990s.

From its base in Phoenix, the ADF says its goal is to defend religious liberty, the sanctity of human life and the traditional family against any person or group who attacks those principles.

"The ACLU has through the years filed a series of lawsuits that diminish the rights of Americans to understand their history, to exhibit in public, to exercise their faith in many ways," said ADF president and CEO Alan E. Sears.

In one of its better-known cases, the ADF sued the city and county of San Francisco and successfully argued before the California state Supreme Court that marriage licenses granted to same-sex couples should be declared null and void because the mayor and county clerk did not have the authority to issue them.

Now it's working on what it calls its "Christmas project," an effort to defend school districts around the nation against lawsuits to ban Christmas trees and other religious displays during the holidays.Fox News

Already at work to save Christmas from the ACLU! Not only that, but they are already finding success in the venture.

ACLU backs down in Louisiana nativity scene case

"The ACLU's case was going nowhere fast," said Mike Johnson, an ADF attorney based in Shreveport. "Stockwell Place Elementary School's display of a creche was unquestionably lawful and legitimate, and its allowance of equal access for Christian student organizations is in perfect compliance with the First Amendment."

So, go sign up for their email list, give a tax deductable donation. This organization is helping to Stop The ACLU!

Crossposted At Stop The ACLU