Thursday, September 15, 2005

ACLJ Update from Jay Sekulow

This is a report I got from the ACLJ about the Supreme Court comfirmation process, with video included. Have a look!

I have just sat through another day of the Senate Judiciary Committee hearings for Judge John Roberts, Jr.
Because this is such a critical time for our nation, I wanted to give you a quick report on how the hearings are proceeding.

Please click here to view a video report made from outside the Senate Judiciary hearings just moments after today's session convened.

(BSB's Comments: Please watch this video. Mr. Sekulow talks about John Roberts position on Roe v. Wade and alerts us to the fact that any day President Bush will nominate the new replacment for Justice O'Conner.)

The entire video takes only about a minute to view, but it is important information you need to know as a member of the American Center for Law and Justice.
It is your support that has enabled us to fight this ongoing battle for the Supreme Court confirmation, prepare for critical cases heading to the high court this term, and continue all of our crucial work for your rights and freedoms across the country.

Our opposition in this ''race'' for the Supreme Court is strong! People For the American Way, NARAL: Pro-Choice America, and the National Organization for Women are well-funded competitors. This year, the ACLJ is battling these organizations and the multi-million-dollar abortion lobby on many fronts. Not only in this hearing and future ones (remember: there is another Supreme Court seat to fill), but also in several pro-life cases that the ACLJ has coming before the Supreme Court this next term.

PLUS, we have just learned that an activist federal judge in San Diego has ruled the Pledge of Allegiance unconstitutional in public schools. We will not allow this ruling to stand! We will fight it all the way to the Supreme Court if necessary.

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You guys know what? I think I would enjoy working for the ACLJ. :-)

That's all for now!

The Blogging Boy Scout,

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