Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Today's Blog News Headlines

Good Evening all. Here are some of today's top story's.

This coming from the ACLJ tonight...

Since the nomination of Judge John Roberts to the Supreme Court of the United
States, the ACLJ has been ''on guard.'' We have carefully monitored the
statements coming down the media pipeline from liberal Senators and left-wing
activist groups for any false claims made against this worthy candidate.
And we have quickly reported these to you.

That is why I am writing this email to you today. The ACLJ has prepared written rebuttals to two reports recently issued by Americans United for the Separation of Church and State and People For the American Way. Both reports represent faulty attempts to discredit the record and judicial philosophy of Judge John Roberts.

Below is a brief summary of each report:

Americans United for Separation of Church and State (AU). In their report, AU is critical of Judge John Roberts's position on church/state issues. They go so far as to insinuate that the confirmation of Judge John Roberts would endanger religious liberty in America.

The fact is that Roberts understands the First Amendment and
the Establishment Clause and has a record of protecting the constitutional
rights of people of faith. Furthermore, he understands that the judiciary is
not the legislature - that the role of a judge is to interpret the Constitution
... not re-write it.

In reality, AU is afraid that Judge Roberts does not subscribe to its extreme secularist view that the government must avoid any recognition of the nation's religious heritage. Their report resorts to hysterical warnings that do not bear up under rational scrutiny.

People For the American Way (PFAW). The report published by People For the American Way is full of hyperbole and distortion. The thrust of the report is that confirming Judge John Roberts would ''jeopardize'' American civil liberties.

Here is just one of PFAW's outlandish claims: Roberts has a record of hostility to separation of church and state.

And the truth: Roberts criticized the Supreme
Court's decision holding that a moment of silence at the beginning of the school
day constitutes an ''establishment of religion.''

PFAW's 50-page report
is nothing but a desperate attempt to smear one of the best-qualified nominees
in the history of Supreme Court nominations. It deserves no credence from the
American people or the United States Senate.

We will continue to alert and
inform you of these ''last ditch'' efforts by left-wing activist groups to
discredit Judge John Roberts - and help set the record straight.

In Other News: A new blog has entered the blogosphere!
Meet Alex and Brett Alex & Brett Harris.

...two homeschooled twins from Oregon and bloggers at The Rebelution. These guys are great! I greatly look forward to reading more of their blog. Welcome guys!

Also in the blogs tonight...

Agent Tim continues to provide great coverage of this crisis for homeschoolers in Germany.

D3 points out a major flaw in an evolutionist's theory about the death of a dinosaur.

FaithMouse points people to the light of Christ in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.

La Shawn Barber has a roundup of bloggers covering the hurricane. If you would like to be added just send her a trackback.

SecDef tells of life in ROTC.

SpunkyHomeSchool covers a story of homeschooling/Christian discrimination. We need to keep an eye on this story.

Spunky Jr. almost has part 2 of her story done as well as covering the hurricane and the homeschooling in Germany story.

Virtue Blog continues to provide a several Christian teen's views of the news.

Voice in the Wilderness states his thoughts on Cindy Sheehan.

That's all for now! Talk to you later!

The Blogging Boy Scout,

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