Thursday, January 19, 2006

It's Time To Step Up

Stop The ACLU has called for all bloggers to take a stand against the ACLU in their case against the NSA wire taps. S.T.A received an e-mail from Debbie Schlussel asking to spread the word.

The ACLU has also been trying to get a Rutherford County Courthouse to take down it's Ten Commandments display because "The posting of the Ten Commandments sends the message that only certain believers can receive justice at the courthouse." But take a look at the surrounding displays:
"The Rutherford County display includes copies of the preamble to the Tennessee Constitution, the National Motto, the National Anthem, the Declaration of Independence, the Magna Carta, the Bill of Rights, the United States Constitution and the Mayflower Compact."
This is clearly not a religious exhibit, but a display of the history of law in The United States. From the (yes) Biblical Ten Commandments with the most basic 10 laws, to the original 10 amendments in the Bill of Rights.
My thoughts on it that it should be kept up, but I think that the display is incomplete. Hammurabi's Code is not displayed. Adding that in my opinion would make the display even more infallible as a historical display.

Also, judges are finally getting fed up with the ACLU trying to push its Anti-Christian agenda, and have started to stand up to them saying that their "repeated reference 'to the separation of church and state' ... [is an] extra-constitutional construct [that] has grown tiresome has grown tiresome. The First Amendment does not demand a wall of separation between church and state. Our nation’s history is replete with governmental acknowledgment and[,] in some cases, accommodation of religion....Thus, state recognition of religion that falls short of endorsement is constitutionally permissible."