Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Joseph Farah of WorldNetDaily: "Impeach Bush!"

Impeach Bush

Posted: August 31, 20051:00 a.m. Eastern

© 2005

Pat Buchanan, former communications director to President Ronald Reagan, former presidential candidate and WND commentator, has come to the conclusion that a courageous Republican legislator should move a bill for impeachment of President Bush.

I reluctantly agree – and for the same reasons.

President Bush has had nearly six years in office to honor his oath of office and enforce immigration laws in this country.

He has not only failed, he has intentionally neglected this sworn duty, instead claiming he prefers to promote a vague immigration "reform" plan that involved a "guest worker" program that has served as an encouragement to the most massive influx of illegal immigration this country has ever seen.

For full article see:


Tuesday, August 30, 2005

Pray For Congressman Mike Pence

Dear Prayer Partners,

Thank you for your continued prayers.

Specifically this week, please pray for Mike as he leads a Congressional delegation to Iraq. Please pray for their safety and the safety of those they are visiting. Pray for these members of Congress to be an encouragement to the troops they visit. Mike has always felt a very strong pull to visit the troops.

Sometimes as I get nervous with Mike going to Iraq, I remember Psalm 33:16-19. I call it my Iraq verse now. "No king is saved by the size of his army; no warrior escapes by his great strength. A horse is a vain hope for deliverance; despite all its great strength it cannot save. But the eyes of the Lord are on those who fear him, on those whose hope is in his unfailing love, to deliver them from death and keep them alive in famine."

For Him
Karen Pence
Washington, D.C.


Monday, August 29, 2005

Another Catholic School In Chicago Honors Pro-Abortion Official

Another Catholic School in Chicago Honors Pro-Abortion Official

by Matt C. Abbott

In 2004, there was the scandal of Loyola University Chicago School of Law, a Catholic institution, giving an award to strongly pro-abortion Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan.

Despite pleas from concerned Christians and even from Francis Cardinal George, Loyola refused to cancel the award.

Well, it seems history is once again repeating itself.

The Women's Council of St. Ignatius College Prep, located in the city of Chicago, will have Madigan as their featured speaker at their 7th Annual Women's Council Dinner on September 22, 2005. Madigan once pledged to close down Illinois crisis pregnancy centers — which she deems "phony" — because they do not offer abortions.

Pro-lifers are urged to contact the president of St. Ignatius College Prep, the Rev. Brian Paulson, S.J., to voice their concerns about the situation. Fr. Paulson's e-mail address is (Please be charitable.)


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Friday, August 26, 2005

"Whites Only"

'Whites only' sign stirs a suit

Black workers take action after notice allegedly put on bathroom door at Alabama Tyson plant



August 19, 2005

WASHINGTON - The way African-American workers tell it in the lawsuit filed last week, the "Whites Only" sign was posted on the door of the freshly renovated bathroom at Tyson's poultry plant in Ashland, Ala. Only white employees had the keys.

After some complaints, the sign was removed, but the bathroom was kept locked, and the refrigerator and cabinets in a new employee lounge were padlocked. Only white workers had keys.

"When I was young, my mother used to tell me stories about segregated bathrooms," Henry Adams, a plaintiff in the suit, wrote in a statement. "I never thought that her reality of 71 years ago would become my reality today."Adams and 12 other African-American workers at the plant filed a discrimination suit last week against Tyson Foods Inc., the world's largest meat producer.The regional office of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is also suing Tyson for violating Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits workplace discrimination. The nonpartisan Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law also stepped in on the workers' behalf.

"While this country has made great strides in addressing issues of racism, unfortunately, there are still people who have not yet gotten the message that segregation in the workplace will not be tolerated," Bernice Williams-Kimbrough, district director of EEOC's Birmingham office, wrote in a statement.

Tyson officials said they investigated the allegations and found they have no merit."We're surprised and disappointed by this legal action," Gary Mickelson, a spokesman for the Arkansas-based company, wrote in a statement. "The presence of any sign suggesting whites only or segregation of any kind is, without a doubt, a violation of our corporate polices and contrary to our corporate culture."

He said the company has "zero tolerance for racism."

In the lawsuit, black workers said an "Out of Order" sign was posted and the bathroom kept locked soon after it was renovated in the summer of 2003. Meanwhile, some white workers, including a supervisor, had keys and used it. Soon after, the "Whites Only" sign appeared, the lawsuit says.

A lawyer for the workers said a white employee reported that a supervisor told him to post the sign. It was removed, but black workers who complained said they faced retaliation, from suspensions to firings. A break room once used mostly by blacks was closed that summer. In a new lounge, the refrigerator and cabinets were locked and only whites had keys, the suit says.

Over the years, black workers were also subjected to racial slurs and comments, according to court papers. In one case, the lawsuit said, a picture of two monkeys with black workers' names underneath was posted on the locker of a black employee.

Lawyers for the workers said the racist sign pushed them to take legal action."They couldn't be quiet anymore," said Audrey Wiggins, a staff attorney with the Lawyers' Committee.

The workers are asking the court to force Tyson to set corrective polices. They are also seeking unspecified punitive and compensatory damages.

Wiggins said the suit should send a message that "the 21st-century workplace won't tolerate this kind of situation."


Here is the Tyson website & address. Blacks spend too much money on chicken to allow this kind of mistreatment of our fellow brothers and sisters.

Tyson Foods Incorporated-Poultry Products
2210 W Oaklawn Dr
Springdale AR



France Raises Terror Level!

AP and UPI reported that the French government announced yesterday that it has raised its terror alert level from "Run to Hide."

The only two higher levels in France are "Surrender" and "Collaborate."

Special Bulletin:

The rise was precipitated by a recent fire which destroyed France's white flag factory, effectively paralyzing their military


Wednesday, August 24, 2005

September Line-Up

September 3
Pastor Paul Mingus fills in as Host
Dianne Angilella
Executive Director of "Birthright"
September 10
Rebecca Hagelin
Vice President: The Heritage Foundation
Michael Graham
Radio Talk Show Host
Fired From ABC Affiliate For "Insensitive" Comments Towards Islam
September 17
Congressman Mike Pence (R-IN)
Kenneth Blackwell
Secretary of State (R-OH)
September 24
Rick Tyler
Communications Director: Gingrich Communications
Talk Radio Host: RighTalk
Robert Spencer
Author: "The Politically Incorrect Guide To Islam"


Tuesday, August 23, 2005

Marine Corporal Carl Basham Guest on "The Dickson/Chappell Report"

Marine Corporal Carl Basham is our scheduled guest on "The Dickson/Chappell Report" Saturday August 27, 2005 from 9:00-9:30 A.M. Central Time.


Has Anyone Checked Sandy Berger's Sox And Underwear Lately?

Lt. Col. Shaffer: Able Danger Docs Disappeared

Documents detailing the work of a top secret military intelligence unit that identified lead 9/11 hijacker Mohamed Atta before the 9/11 attacks have disappeared, according to the Defense Intelligence Agency's liaison for the group, code named Able Danger.

"There's some troubling things that have happened both to me and the way the [Able Danger] information [was handled]," Lt. Col. Anthony Shaffer told C-Span's "Sunday Morning Journal."

"Shortly after I talked to the 9/11 Commission, there was some issues going on about the documentation. Right now as it stands this minute, to my knowledge, the documentation I had . . . we don't know where it is."

"It's not where I left it back in March of 2003," Shaffer said, which was "in a Department intelligence facility in the Northern Virginia area."

Shaffer told C-Span he had "one full set of Able Danger documents in my holdings from the DIA."

The Able Danger whistleblower had said previously that a member of the team had delivered two briefcases full of documents to the 9/11 Commission - but Commission spokesman have said they have found nothing that mentioned Atta by name.


(Sandy Berger's sox and underwear were unavailable for comment...)


Second Officer Says 9/11 Leader Was Named Before Attacks

August 23, 2005

Second Officer Says 9/11 Leader Was Named Before Attacks


WASHINGTON, Aug. 22 - An active-duty Navy captain has become the second military officer to come forward publicly to say that a secret intelligence program tagged the ringleader of the Sept. 11 attacks as a possible terrorist more than a year before the attacks.

The officer, Scott J. Phillpott, said in a statement on Monday that he could not discuss details of the military program, which was called Able Danger, but confirmed that its analysts had identified the Sept. 11 ringleader, Mohamed Atta, by name by early 2000. "My story is consistent," said Captain Phillpott, who managed the program for the Pentagon's Special Operations Command. "Atta was identified by Able Danger by January-February of 2000."

His comments came on the same day that the Pentagon's chief spokesman, Lawrence Di Rita, told reporters that the Defense Department had been unable to validate the assertions made by an Army intelligence veteran, Lt. Col. Anthony Shaffer, and now backed up by Captain Phillpott, about the early identification of Mr. Atta.

Colonel Shaffer went public with his assertions last week, saying that analysts in the intelligence project were overruled by military lawyers when they tried to share the program's findings with the F.B.I. in 2000 in hopes of tracking down terrorist suspects tied to Al Qaeda.

Mr. Di Rita said in an interview that while the department continued to investigate the assertions, there was no evidence so far that the intelligence unit came up with such specific information about Mr. Atta and any of the other hijackers.

He said that while Colonel Shaffer and Captain Phillpott were respected military officers whose accounts were taken seriously, "thus far we've not been able to uncover what these people said they saw - memory is a complicated thing."

The statement from Captain Phillpott , a 1983 Naval Academy graduate who has served in the Navy for 22 years, was provided to The New York Times and Fox News through the office of Representative Curt Weldon, a Pennsylvania Republican who is vice chairman of the House Armed Services Committee and a longtime proponent of so-called data-mining programs like Able Danger.

Asked if the Defense Department had questioned Captain Phillpott in its two-week-old investigation of Able Danger, another Pentagon spokesman, Maj. Paul Swiergosz, said he did not know.

Representative Weldon also arranged an interview on Monday with a former employee of a defense contractor who said he had helped create a chart in 2000 for the intelligence program that included Mr. Atta's photograph and name.

The former contractor, James D. Smith, said that Mr. Atta's name and photograph were obtained through a private researcher in California who was paid to gather the information from contacts in the Middle East. Mr. Smith said that he had retained a copy of the chart until last year and that it had been posted on his office wall at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland. He said it had become stuck to the wall and was impossible to remove when he switched jobs.

In its final report last year, the Sept. 11 commission said that American intelligence agencies were unaware of Mr. Atta until the day of the attacks.

The leaders of the Sept. 11 commission acknowledged on Aug. 12 that their staff had met with a Navy officer last July, 10 days before releasing the panel's final report, who asserted that a highly classified intelligence operation, Able Danger, had identified "Mohamed Atta to be a member of an Al Qaeda cell located in Brooklyn."

But the statement, which did not identify the officer, said the staff determined that "the officer's account was not sufficiently reliable to warrant revision of the report or further investigation" and that the intelligence operation "did not turn out to be historically significant."

With his comments on Monday, Captain Phillpott acknowledged that he was the officer who had briefed the commission last year. "I will not discuss the issues outside of my chain of command and the Department of Defense," he said. "But my story is consistent. Atta was identified by Able Danger by January-February of 2000. I have nothing else to say."


Monday, August 22, 2005

Cpl. Carl Basham Allowed In-State Tuition

Following nationwide public outcry, a decorated U.S. Marine from Texas will be allowed in-state college tuition after a school turned him down because he didn't reside in the state when he began two tours of duty in Iraq.

Cpl. Carl Basham was told by admissions officials at Austin Community College he didn't qualify as a Texas resident "for tuition purposes," despite being a registered voter and holder of a state driver's license.

But today the college said Texas Land Commissioner Jerry Patterson, himself a former U.S. Marine, identified a state waiver provision for which Basham qualifies.

Find out more at

And this e-mail from Joseph Farah:


Sounds like we have a broader problem. Can we follow up?

Mr. Farah

My name is Jeremiah Boyd and I recently returned from Iraq on March 3rd,and mustered out of the US Army on June 16th. I returned to the University of Michigan with the intent of attending the Summer Language Institute to study arabic and after that work fot he state department.I received a letter challenging my in state staus due to being in themilitary for nearly five years. After I pointed out that i had never changed my state of residence, held a michigan drivers license and continued to pay state taxes to michigan, they let me have the lower rate.

But, that's not all. 3 weeks into the course I was informed by the registrar's office that "U of M will not accpet the GI Bill unless you are in a regular degree program," and through much wailing and gnashing of teeth I discovered that I could not return for a second bachelor's in international relations (or something similar) because it was 'too close of a disclipline' to my first bachelors in history from Eastern Michigan University, awarded in 1999. So, my only recourse was to drop the course and return in the winter semester in a masters program (which is far more expensive, and frankly not desired, as I no longer WANT a masters in history, as the few jobs one can get with thatis likely to be a history professor).

What gives here?

A combat veteran returns to study arabic and the reaction is 'oh well, sorry that's not policy.'? I'm sorry I thought the GI bill was found money for the College. I suppose Henry FOr Community College will be able to spend my money better then. I'LLa Li'qaa! Former Sgt. Jeremiah Boyd


Thursday, August 18, 2005

Tuition Fund Set Up For Marine Cpl. Carl Basham

American Patriots College Scholarship Fund
% West End Savings Bank
34 South 7th Street
Richmond, IN 47374

"Tuition fund set up for MarineTexas man denied in-state benefit due to time served in military"

Posted: August 19, 20051:00 a.m. Eastern

© 2005

Carl Basham (Photo: Star-Telegram).

An Indiana talk-radio host has set up a fund for those who would like to help a U.S. Marine from Texas pay his college tuition after he was denied in-state tuition because he didn't reside in the state during his military service.

As WorldNetDaily reported, despite Texas native Carl Basham being a registered voter and holder of a state driver's license, the decorated Marine was denied lower in-state tuition by admissions officials at Austin Community College because he spent too much time out of the state while serving two tours of duty in Iraq. Basham was told he didn't qualify as a Texas resident "for tuition purposes."

"They told me that I have to physically live in the state of Texas for at least a year," Basham told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. "It kind of hurts."

When not in Iraq, Basham was stationed in California during his years in the military.

In-state tuition at the college is $500 per semester, compared to $2,600 for non-Texas residents.

When talk-radio host Chris Dickson of WKBV-1490 in Richmond, Ind., read about Basham's plight, he set up a fund to which people can donate to help the Marine pay for his fall semester tuition.

The information is:

American Patriots College Scholarship Fund
c/o West End Saving Bank
34 South 7th Street
Richmond, IN 47374

In defending its position, the school points to the Texas Coordinating Board Rules, which regulate public colleges in the state. The rules say members of the armed forces "are presumed to maintain the same domicile that was in effect at the time of entering the service during their entire period of active service."

Basham moved with his parents to Louisiana when he was a junior in high school, and he enlisted in the Marines right after graduating. Even though his folks moved back to Texas after he had been in the service for a year, the college points to the fact he lived in Louisiana at the time of enlistment.

"Any time that a student leaves the state of Texas, moves into another state, resides in that state, enters into the military in that new state, and claims that new state as their permanent home, then they loose their Texas residency," Austin Community College spokesperson Veronica Obregon told Austin's Channel 8 news.

Responded Basham: "After me being in the military for a year, coming from Louisiana, my parents moved back into Texas, making me an automatic resident, because I'm still their dependent."

Over two enlistments and eight years of service, the paper reported, Basham was awarded a Combat Action Ribbon, a Global War on Terrorism Service Medal and other decorations. He served as a driver and an auto mechanic in two tours of duty in Iraq, each lasting seven months.


Decorated Marine denied in-state tuition

Community college tells Texas native his tours in Iraq disqualify him

Posted: August 18, 20051:00 a.m. Eastern

© 2000>© 2005

Carl Basham (Photo: Star-Telegram).

Despite being a Texas native, a registered voter and holder of a state driver's license, a decorated Marine has been denied lower in-state tuition at a community college because he spent too much time out of the state while serving two tours of duty in Iraq.

Carl Basham says he was shocked when personnel at Austin Community College told him a few weeks ago that he didn't qualify as a Texas resident "for tuition purposes." Basham was born in Beeville, Texas, registered to vote in Travis County in 1998, holds a Texas driver's license and does his banking in Austin, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported.

"They told me that I have to physically live in the state of Texas for at least a year," Basham told the paper. "It kind of hurts."

According to the report, Austin Community College officials were unable to specify why Basham isn't considered a Texas resident, only that he didn't meet state requirements as determined by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. A spokeswoman said privacy laws prevent a discussion of Basham's case.

In-state tuition at the college is $500 per semester, compared to $2,600 for non-Texas residents.

Two state officials are decrying the decision.

"Mr. Basham has gone to war for us, and I intend to go to war for him!" said state Comptroller Carole Keeton Strayhorn, in a letter to the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. "We owe it to our returning service men and women to make it as easy and uncomplicated as possible for them to resume their normal lives."

State Rep. Suzanna Hupp, R-Lampasas, also plans to probe the issue.
"I think we need to look into it further. It doesn't make sense that people who have bullets flying over their head aren't treated properly when they get back," she told the Star-Telegram.

The higher education board is reportedly investigating the case.

Basham, 27, says that while his college costs eventually will be covered by the federal government, those benefits won't be available for several months, so he'll need to come up with the higher tuition cost plus cash for books in the meantime.

The Marine's wife, Jolie, could hardly believe her ears when, after presenting multiple pieces of evidence proving his Texas residence, her husband was turned down.

"[The admissions officer] said, 'It's really your military service that's holding you back.' I couldn't believe that those words came out of her mouth," Jolie Basham is quoted as saying.

"He's always Texas this and Texas that," she said. "It's always been his home."

Over two enlistments and eight years of service, the paper reported, Basham was awarded a Combat Action Ribbon, a Global War on Terrorism Service Medal and other decorations. He served as a driver and an auto mechanic in two tours of duty in Iraq, each lasting seven months, he said.

Basham was honorably discharged from the Marines on Jan. 31 and hopes to work toward a degree in emergency medical care.


Tuesday, August 16, 2005

"You Don't Speak For Me, Cindy Sheehan" Tour

We have a major announcement to make, friends.

Next week Move America Forward will be leading a caravan to Crawford, Texas - to present an alternative voice to that of Cindy Sheehan, who has become the heroine of the "Blame America First" crowd.

The Move America Forward's caravan (the "You Don't Speak for Me, Cindy" tour) will consist of family members who have loved ones fighting in the war against terrorism - stationed in either Iraq or Afghanistan.

The truth is that the men and women in military and their families are the strongest supporters of the war on terrorism, and they do not agree with the message or antics of Cindy Sheehan. Their voices must now be heard - and with your help we will make sure they ARE heard.

It is also important to note that every time there are stories that Americans do not support the troops fighting in Iraq it emboldens the terrorist insurgents fighting there. We cannot allow, Michael Moore and Cindy Sheehan communicate a false sense of weakness to the terrorists overseas.

Heading up the "You Don't Speak for Me, Cindy" caravan will be Deborah Johns of Northern California Marine Moms. Deborah's son, William is a Marine who has served in Operation Iraqi Freedom. [One of Deborah's other sons, Adam Johns, was the organizer of "Operation Fuzzy Wuzzy" which collected and sent 5,000 stuffed animals and teddy bears to the children who survived the terrorist attack on the school in Beslan, Russia].

Deborah was the focus of a TV ad that ran directly counter to one produced by that featured Cindy Sheehan.


Thursday, August 11, 2005

'Satanist' To Be Guest On "The Dickson/Chappell Report"

Hello Chris,

If you're interested, I could probably arrange a phone interview with yourfavorite dancer. I have no more idea who the kid is than you do, but I do knowthat he lives Sothern California, so he can't be far from me. I'm sure I couldget him to meet with me somewhere and have him call in on my cell.


Tuesday, August 09, 2005

'Satanist' Dances On Reagan's Grave

I received the following e-mail from Bruce Woodhull at 11:55 A.M. on 8/5/05 concerning the grave desecration of former Presidents Reagan and Nixon:


I've sent you three pictures of the individual desecrating thePresidential graves.

The fourth picture is of a young man serving in Iraq with the 3rd ID. He is my son. His name is Michael. His Indian name is 'Tiwan Wicasa', 'Looks-Sees-First'. He was named after me for my service in the military. Isn't it sad that these two young Americans are probably close in age; yet one enlisted in the military after 911, saying he felt it was his duty to do so. The other young man has no idea who sacrificed and secured his Constitutional Freedoms which, sadly, allow him the choice to desecrate the graves of American Presidents. In other countries he would be shot or beheaded.

Let me know if you have any difficulty bringing up the pictures.


Bruce Woodhull
(Spotted Eagle Boy)
Alamogordo, NM.

I forwarded all information to Joseph Farah of WorldNetDaily.

This resulted in the following WorldNetDaily "Breaking News" article:

'Satanist' dances on Reagan's grave Posts photos on Net, presidential library mum about incident

Posted: August 9, 2005 1:00 a.m. Eastern

By Ron Strom© 2005

A California man dubbed a "Satanist" on an online message board has posted photos of himself dancing on President Ronald Reagan's grave, raising the ire of the former chief executive's admirers.

Posted on (warning: vulgar site), the photos show a thin, white man likely in his 20s wearing an AC/DC T-shirt and having hopped over the fence that protects Reagan's grave.

'Monte' dances on Reagan's grave.

The poster, who goes by "TheFreakKingdom" and claims he's from San Diego, writes with one photo: "Judging from my expression and body language, combined with what little I do remember, this appears to be about the time security guards noticed I had jumped the fence and started jigging over Reagan's rotting corpse (the original plan called for the Electric Slide, and then humping the ground, and then whatever else I could get away with, but security was stricter than we had anticipated)."

Continues the post: "We had to tear a-- out of there and lose security in the parking lot, but we appear to have gotten away scot-free."

The post is signed "Monte."

Most responding to the post were congratulatory, with one poster exclaiming, "That is spectacular."

Several e-mails have crisscrossed the Internet about the incident, with one person claiming to have contacted authorities:

"I forwarded the pictures to the Reagan Library, the FBI and the National Archives. They have turned the case over to their lawyers and have been in the process of determining if there is any legal action they can take against this individual. I tracked down a website where this guy has posted more pictures of presidential grave desecration and even has orchestrated a national contest to see how many of these website members can desecrate the most presidential graves around the country."

"Monte" appears to be pursuing that goal, also posting on a different site a photo of himself purportedly urinating on President Richard Nixon's grave at the presidential library in Yorba Linda, Calif.

'Monte' apparently urinating on President Nixon's grave.

Talk-radio host Chris Dickson was enraged by the Reagan incident.

"I was at the Reagan Presidential Library in February of this year," he told WND. "'Dutch' was my commander in chief. I have personal interest in getting this individual and trying to protect the desecration of presidential graves against First Amendment rights."

A spokeswoman at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, Calif., refused to talk about the incident, saying – after putting WND on hold for a time – that she had "no comment."

Ron Strom is a news editor for


Monday, August 08, 2005

"The Dickson/Chappell Report" Scheduled Guests for August and September

August 6

Dr. Morris Chafitz
"Big Fat Liars"

Don Swarthout
Christians Reviving America's Values

August 13
Bruce Woodhull "Spotted Eagle Boy"
The man who broke the 'Satan' dances on Reagan's grave story

The person who danced on Reagan's grave and posted the pictures on Internet Site.

Jack Cashill
Author: "Hoodwinked"

August 20
Alex Wurman
Musical Composer: "March of the Penguins"

August 27

Marine Cpl. Carl Basham

Micah Clark
Executive Director: American Family Association of Indiana

September 3
Dianne Angilella
Executive Director: Birthright

September 10
Rebecca Haglein
Vice President of "The Heritage Foundation"
Author: "Home Invasion"

Manuel Miranda
Chairman: Third Branch Conference

September 17
Congressman Mike Pence (R-IN)

Kenneth Blackwell
Secretary of State - Ohio
Gubernatorial Candidate

September 24

Rick Tyler
Conservative Radio Talk Show Host - RighTalk
Communication Director: Gingrich Communictions
(Office of Speaker Newt Gingrich)

Robert Spencer
Author: "The Politically Incorrect Guide To Islam"


Star Parker
Congressman J. C. Watts
Senator Rick Santorum (R-PA)
Senator George Allen (R-VA)
Roy Moore - Former Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court

Congressman Tom Tancredo
Senator Bill Frist
Edward Klein


Friday, August 05, 2005

Rev. Don Swarthout Guest On "The Dickson/Chappell Report" Saturday 8/6/05

You read about him on WorldNetDaily today in "Congress asked to probe ACLU."

Tune in tomorrow morning from 9:30-10:00 A.M. Central Time and listen to "The Dickson/Chappell Report" as we discuss with with Don Swarthout how he plans to tackle the ACLU.

Also appearing on the program from 9:00-9:30 A. M. Central Time is Dr. Morris Chafetz, author of "Big Fat Liars: How Politicians, Corporations, and the Media Use Science to Manipulate the Public."


Congress Needs To Shut Down The ACLU Now!

Congress asked to probe ACLU

Accused of 'widespread use of frivolous lawsuits'

Posted: August 5, 20051:00 a.m. Eastern

© 2005

Following the ACLU's legal action against New York City for allegedly violating citizens' rights by random searches on subways, Congress is being asked to probe the group for "widespread use of frivolous lawsuits."

"The ACLU's abuse of the legal system is criminal," said Don Swarthout, president of Christians Reviving America's Values, an advocacy group asking for the investigation.

Calling it a "fund-raising stunt," Swarthout asserted the American Civil Liberties Union's action may also be dangerous to the citizens of New York City.

"These searches are part of a well-thought-out security plan and may stop a terrorist from walking onto the subway trains and blowing up innocent Americans," he said.

The ACLU's suit, to be filed in U.S. District Court in Manhattan, will claim the city's new policy violates constitutional guarantees of equal protection and prohibitions against unlawful searches and seizures, according to New York Newsday.

At the same time, the lawsuit argues, the policy does almost nothing to protect the city from terrorism.

The ACLU also contends the measure allows the possibility of racial profiling, despite the requirement that officers must randomly screen passengers.

"While concerns about terrorism of course justify – indeed, require – aggressive police tactics, those concerns cannot justify the Police Department's unprecedented policy of subjecting millions of innocent people to suspicionless searches," the suit states, according to Newsday.
Swarthout points out the ACLU also has called metal detectors in airports an invasion of privacy.
"There is no pleasing the ACLU, because improving society or protecting the rights of American citizens is no longer its goal," he charged.

Swarthout contends the ACLU is coming against the constitutional duty of the United States government, which requires the protection of citizens.

"What is in question here is the definition of freedom," he said. "Freedom comes with responsibility. The ACLU has become an anti-Christian, pro-terrorist, entity whose only goal is to get the headlines to keep donations rolling in."

Swarthout said if the ACLU wins the battle in court, it can expect a large financial boost, pointing to other cases in which the group's attorneys have received hundreds of thousands of dollars from taxpayers.

"The never-ceasing flow of litigation against cities, states, and the federal government is nothing more than fund-raising stunts," Swarthout said. "Many of the ACLU's victories come not because their complaint is just, but because the municipality budget is inadequate to match the abusive onslaught."


Monday, August 01, 2005

Kill An American

You probably missed it in the rush of news recently, but there was actually a report that someone in Pakistan had published in a newspaper an offer of a reward to anyone who killed an American, any American.

So an Australian dentist wrote the following to let everyone know what an American is... so they would know when they found one.

An American is English, or French, or Italian, Irish, German, Spanish, Polish, Russian or Greek.

An American may also be Canadian, Mexican, African, Indian, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Australian, Iranian, Asian, or Arab, or Pakistani, or Afghan.

An American may also be a Cherokee, Osage, Blackfoot, Navaho, Apache, Seminole or one of the many other tribes known as native Americans.

An American is Christian, or he could be Jewish, or Buddhist, or Muslim.

In fact, there are more Muslims in America than in Afghanistan. The only difference is that in America they are free to worship as each of them chooses.

An American is also free to believe in no religion. For that he will answer only to God, not to the government, or to armed thugs claiming to speak for the government and for God.

An American lives in the most prosperous land in the history of the world.

The root of that prosperity can be found in the Declaration of Independence, which recognizes the God given right of each person to the pursuit of happiness.

An American is generous. Americans have helped out just about every other nation in the world in their time of need.

When the Soviet army overran Afghanistan 20 years ago, Americans came with arms and supplies to enable the people to win back their country!

As of the morning of September 11, Americans had given more than any other nation to the poor in Afghanistan.

Americans welcome the best, the best products, the best books, the best music, the best food, the best athletes. But they also welcome the least.

The national symbol of America, The Statue of Liberty, welcomes your tired and your poor, the wretched refuse of your teeming shores, the homeless, tempest tossed. These in fact are the people who built America.

Some of them were working in the Twin Towers the morning of September 11, 2001 earning a better life for their families. I've been told that the World Trade Center victims were from at least 30 other countries, cultures, and first languages, including those that aided and abetted the terrorists.

So you can try to kill an American if you must.

Hitler did.

So did General Tojo, and Stalin, and Mao Tse-Tung, and every bloodthirsty tyrant in the history of the world.

But, in doing so you would just be killing yourself. Because Americans are not a particular people from a particular place. They are the embodiment of the human spirit of freedom. Everyone who holds to that spirit, everywhere, is an American.

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