Posted on April 9, 2010 by siuctaep
by D. Bennett
The American Center for Law and Justice, in an e-mail to subscribers, writes a word of warning concerning the new vacancy on the Supreme Court:
“President Obama is likely to name a nominee who will embrace an extremely liberal judicial philosophy.”
The ACLJ further writes that whoever the nominee is should be subjected to detailed and thorough questions about his or her judicial philosophy.
They write, “It’s what the American people expect and deserve!”
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Posted on February 23, 2010 by siuctaep
by D. Bennett
The American Center for Law and Justice argues that it is time to start over on the issue of health care reform.
The ACLJ has also developed unveiled its legal analysis of President Obama’s plan.
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Posted on January 27, 2010 by siuctaep
by D. Bennett
The Liberty Counsel has issued a press release announcing a report containing information on more than 1o0 individuals President Obama has nominated or appointed to key positions in the government. The report, according to the Counsel, “documents the beliefs, words and actions of more than 100 radicals that Obama has hand-picked to “change” our nation.”
“President Obama has chosen,” the Counsel writes, ‘the most radical group of ideologues ever assembled by an American President.”
The 72-page report contains background information on each individual, as well as policy stances and quotations the Counsel finds particularly troublesome.
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Posted on January 21, 2010 by siuctaep
by R. Burge
During a recent radio program Sen. Arlen Specter was unable to get a word in while his colleague Rep. Michelle Bachmann and reportedly told her to “act like a lady.” The AFA wonders if Specter has ever said anything similar to a male colleague.
The AFA reports that Pelosi feels that the House does not have the votes necessary to pass the Senate version of health care reform and they will have to go back to the drawing board. The AFA responds, “Good riddance.”
Elijah Friedeman transcribes Scott Brown’s response when asked if he had considered running for President. While Brown’s answer was very well measured, it did not rule out the possibility.
Tasha Easterling notes that Glenn Beck is criticizing Scott Brown for some offhand comments he made about his daughters, mentioning that they were ‘on the market’. Beck compared that behavior to that of disgraced Representative Gary Condit.
Friedeman also mentions recent comments made by Keith Olbermann when he insinuated that Massachusetts voters are racist because they voted against the policies of the Obama administration.
Finally, Jerry Richardson goes on a long discourse using biblical passages to repudiate the Obama administration, believing him to be arrogant and calling him a ‘fool’.
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Posted on January 20, 2010 by siuctaep
by R. Burge
Mike Adams is angered that the Republicans have given up the black vote so easily, and argue that those who are ‘pro-choice’ are actually opposed to choice. He writes, “Libertarians should be opposed to abortion because of their love for the individual and his right to make choices. If not, he should be opposed to abortion because of his hatred for the Democrats and their propensity to grow governments.”
David Limbaugh also criticizes Pres. Obama for his giveaway to the unions by not taxing their Cadillac health care plans at a cost of over 60 billion dollars.
Tasha Easterling reports that Keith Olbermann went on a tirade against Scott Brown calling him a number of names and has yet to apologize for his remarks.
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Posted on January 19, 2010 by siuctaep
by R. Burge
The AFA lauds the recent effort by Pro Life groups to protest the opening of a Planned Parenthood ‘super-center’ in Texas. According to Tasha Easterling over 10,000 Christians showed up to protest and pray or the center to be unable to open its doors.
The AFA urges the President to open up health care negotiations, which he promised he would do 8 times during his campaign. They ask their readership to contact their elected officials.
The AFA is upset over an episode of ‘The Simpsons’ in which Homer travels to Israel and believes he has become the Messiah. They believe this to be derogatory to the Christian faith and asks it readership to contact Fox and ask that this episode never be aired.
Elijah Friedeman tells Republicans to not start celebrating victory in Massachusetts yet and encourages them to vote to ensure Brown wins the special election. Friedeman also criticizes Coakley for asking for votes at a MLK day memorial. Jeremy Wiggins also notes that there have been left wing groups who have been utilizing robocalls that spread false information to dissuade voters from casting their ballot for Brown.
Matt Friedeman takes a piece from RealClearPolitics to explain why Obama’s approval ratings have fallen so sharply. The reasons listed are: not being post partisan, allowing Reid and Pelosi to run the legislative branch, and pursuing an agenda that does not fit the times.
David Limbaugh writes an essay criticizing Obama’s foreign policy believing that it appeases terrorists and does not address the key issues of the war on terror.
Finally the AFA publishes an email sent from a PhD student in political science who feels that the textbooks are biased and wonders if he can continue his studies in such a hostile environment.
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Posted on January 7, 2010 by siuctaep
by D. Bennett
The Liberty Counsel has posted criticism of President Obama and Democratic leadership in Congress, likening the Democrats’ decision to hold discussions over health care reform behind closed doors to the tactics of the Soviet Union.
“President Obama and the Democratic leadership are trying to exclude the American people from important information regarding healthcare,” the Counsel writes, “like the former Soviet Union tried to control the media and shut out public participation.”
The Counsel also argues that the closed door meetings are evidence that President Obama has abandoned his campaign pledge of transparency in government.
Invoking the language of President Reagan the Counsel writes, “Contact the White House and ask the President to fulfill his promise of transparency and tear down the wall of secrecy that surrounds the health care debate.”
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