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STOP The American Civil Liberties Union

(ACLU)

Fellow citizens: watch with whom you do business; you may just be helping destroy America.
Where does the left get it’s millions of dollars?

Let us take the ACLU for an example. In July off 2001 Peter B. Lewis, chairman of The Progressive Corporation and a long time member and donor to the ACLU, donated a record gift of $7 Million dollars to the ACLU endowment fund. Lewis’s gift helped match a $14 million dollar challenge from the FORD Foundation, which had contributed $7 Million dollars to the same fund in June 1999. Then in 2003 Peter Lewis out did himself by making an unprecedented gift of $8 million. The gift was broken down in two parts: $2 million to the ACLU general fund and $6 million to the endowment fund.

Beside the giant Ford Foundation, The ACLU receives large contributions from the Rockefeller, Carnegie, Field, Tides [owned and controlled by Sen. John Kerry’s wife] Gill, Arcus, Horizons and others.

Recently the ACLU rejected $1.5 million from both the Ford and Rockefeller Foundations because it viewed a clause in the donation agreement stipulating that "none of the money would go to underwriting terrorism or other unacceptable activities" as a threat to civil liberties. The ACLU also withdrew from a federal charity drive, losing an estimated $500,000, taking a stand against the attached condition that it would "not knowingly hire anyone on terrorism watch lists."

"Now more than ever, the ACLU is an essential institution whose work protects the rights of everyone in this country," Lewis said. "I can think of no more patriotic action I can take right now than supporting the ACLU."

The ACLU has chapters in states across America and receives funding from a large number of sources including many state governments! Let’s look at just one of those chapters, New Jersey. The ACLU-NJ reported $1.2 million dollars in income in the year 2005. Of that income, 46% came from contributions, 19% came from membership dues, 18% came from court awarded attorney fees, 12% came from grants, 4% came from investment income and the remainder from other sources. Its expenses in the same period were $800,000, of which 12% went to administration and management.

The ACLU and its state chapters do, in cases where they provide legal services and laws permit government liability, share in monetary judgements against government agencies. It shared, for example, with other plantiffs in a $156,960 judgment against the State of Nebraska in a gay marriage case now on appeal.

A separate example involves a string of church-state cases. The Georgia chapter was awarded $150,000 in fees after suing a county courthouse for the removal of a Ten Commandments display; a second Ten Commandments case in the State, in a different county, led to a $74,462 judgment. Meanwhile, the State of Tennessee was required to pay $50,000, the State of Alabama $175,000, and the State of Kentucky $121,500, in similar Ten Commandments cases.

The State of Kentucky was in fact required by courts to pay the ACLU nearly $700,000 in legal fees in the years 1994-2003, mainly for passing abortion and state religion-related laws later struck down by courts. This is a partial list of various judgments awarded to the ACLU and its state chapters over the years, which cover a wide variety of cases including judgments involving creationism, internet pornography, church-state and free speech cases, and total approximately $2.9 million. Usually, judgements are made against states, although Operation Rescue was required to pay the Union $111,000 in fees in a San Diego case.

NOW do you see the BIG PROBLEM?

This is why Restoring America and others need a way to raise funds to:

Serve God and Country

Defend Faith and Freedom

 

The ACLU has, since its founding in 1920, been a non-Christian, socialist-communist/ humanist organization completely opposed to most of the founding concepts and moral ideals of the United States of America. The ACLU was formed by Roger Baldwin, the prime organizer – and a Unitarian socialist, with the aid of Norman Thomas, leader of the Socialist party, and Elizabeth Gurley, who would become the leader of the Communist Party in America.

 

ACLU: Criminal Rights More Important than Religious Rights

 
 

 

 

 

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The Pledge of Allegiance is doing irreparable harm to the minds and hearts of America’s schoolchildren. So alleges an ACLU lawsuit against the State of Colorado
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOW do you see the BIG PROBLEM?

This is why Restoring America and others need a way to raise funds to:

Serve God and Country

Defend Faith and Freedom

 

The ACLU has, since its founding in 1920, been a non-Christian, socialist-communist/ humanist organization completely opposed to most of the founding concepts and moral ideals of the United States of America. The ACLU was formed by Roger Baldwin, the prime organizer – and a Unitarian socialist, with the aid of Norman Thomas, leader of the Socialist party, and Elizabeth Gurley, who would become the leader of the Communist Party in America.

 


Roger Baldwin writing to his members of the American Union Against Militarism, describing the organizations transition from the AUAM to the newly created ACLU clearly said this: "Do Steer away from making it look like a socialist enterprise. We want to get a lot of flags, talk a good deal about the Constitution and what our forefathers wanted to make of the country and show that we are really the folks that stand by the spirit of our institutions." (Donohue, Twilight of Liberty, quoting William H.  McIhaney II, The ACLU on Trial -New Rochelle, NY: Arlington House, 1976), 194

Roger Baldwin notoriously said of himself, "I am for socialism, disarmament and ultimately for abolishing the state itself as an instrument of violence and compulsion. I seek social ownership of property, the abolition of the propertied class, and sole control by those who produce wealth. Communism is the goal."(Peggy Lamson, Roger Baldwin: Founder of the American Civil Liberties Union: A Portrait [Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 1976] p.  192                                                                                                     

Former ACLU counsel Arthur Garfield Hays stated that: "The ACLU is Roger Baldwin."  Stephen J.  Whitfield stated in 1991, "The ACLU is the lengthened shadow of Roger Baldwin." 

Pastor Joseph R. Larson

 

 

Who is the ACLU

The ACLU has, since its founding in 1920, been a non-Christian, socialist-communist/ humanist organization completely opposed to most of the founding concepts and moral ideals of the United States of America. The ACLU was formed by Roger Baldwin, the prime organizer – and a Unitarian socialist, with the aid of Norman Thomas, leader of the Socialist party, and Elizabeth Gurley, who would become the leader of the Communist Party in America.


Roger Baldwin writing to his members of the American Union Against Militarism, describing the organizations transition from the AUAM to the newly created ACLU clearly said this: "Do Steer away from making it look like a socialist enterprise. We want to get a lot of flags, talk a good deal about the Constitution and what our forefathers wanted to make of the country and show that we are really the folks that stand by the spirit of our institutions." (Donohue, Twilight of Liberty, quoting William H.  McIhaney II, The ACLU on Trial -New Rochelle, NY: Arlington House, 1976), 194

Roger Baldwin notoriously said of himself, "I am for socialism, disarmament and ultimately for abolishing the state itself as an instrument of violence and compulsion. I seek social ownership of property, the abolition of the propertied class, and sole control by those who produce wealth. Communism is the goal."(Peggy Lamson, Roger Baldwin: Founder of the American Civil Liberties Union: A Portrait [Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 1976] p.  192                                                                                                             

Former ACLU counsel Arthur Garfield Hays stated that: "The ACLU is Roger Baldwin."  Stephen J.  Whitfield stated in 1991, "The ACLU is the lengthened shadow of Roger Baldwin." 

 

 
A few words before an important ACLU news story!

“James Madison, Father of the U.S. Constitution – “We have staked the whole future of American civilization, not upon the power of government, far from it. We have staked the future of all our political institutions upon the capacity of mankind for self-government; upon the capacity of each and all of us to govern ourselves, to control ourselves, to sustain ourselves according to The Ten Commandments of God.”

Benjamin Morris, Historian 1818-1867, in one of his books he wrote – “The fundamental objects of the Constitution are in perfect harmony with the revealed objects of the Christian religion. Union, justice, peace, the general welfare, and the blessings of civil and religious liberty, are the objects of Christianity, and always secured under its beneficent reign. The State must rest upon the basis of religion, and it must preserve the basis, or itself must fall … this is a Christian Nation, first in name … The chief security and glory of the United States of America has been, is now, and will be forever, the prevalence and domination of the Christian faith.”

Founding Father’s view expressed in the Encyclopedia Britannica of 1897 of the true source of America’s liberty and blessings … “The presence of such institutions, and the Christian charity to which they bore witness, must have had a wonderfully restorative influence on the corrupt pagan society in which they were set up.  Law and religion became allied, not opposing forces… it was Christianity which gave to the world those two great factors in civil liberty a consolidated public opinion and an efficient system of representative government.

Fellow citizens: watch with whom you do business; you may just be helping destroy America.
Joseph R. Larson

 

 

The ACLU has alleged that Heritage of Rhode Island, producer of an abstinence education curriculum called "Right Time, Right Place," employs in its curriculum a videotape that makes specific references to "a relationship with Jesus" and other faith-based issues. However, Heritage executive director Chris Plante maintains that his group has never owned or used such a video. MORE OF THE STORY

 

 

 

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