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Archive for April 30th, 2009

This Is The US For God’s Sake!!!!

Posted by Foxfier on 2009/04/30

I just got an email from my mother that ended with this line; my cousin– her niece– is down in Texas on a fire.

Their camp is quarantined, none of the fire-fighter men are allowed to go anywhere in less than pairs, and the fire-fighter women must have at least two guys with them if they go anywhere. There are way more people in camp than usual, because they have a bunch of security guards.

Why?

Because they are in an area often used for illegals entering the US– and they have been shot at, since my cousin got there. We can’t even know exactly where they are– not explained why, maybe the fire fighting equipment is just too good of a target?

I can’t find a single story on this, no matter how I phrase it in google news search. A few mentions of fires in west Texas, but not much even there.

They’re fairly close to the Mexican border, risking their lives to fight fire…and on top of it all, they’re being shot at by people breaking into the country.

If anyone can find a story where the MSN caught wind of this, please, pass it on– you can be sure that when or if the out-of-state fire fighters end up having to kill some SOB that’s trying to murder them while they fight fire, it will get all over the news.

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In Jesus’ Name, Amen

Posted by John Hitchcock on 2009/04/30

I’m on the ACLJ (American Center for Law and Justice) mailing list and I got a troubling letter. Somebody is trying to ban prayer in Jesus’ name in the military.

Dear John,

It’s utterly unconstitutional – the chaplains serving the men and women in our U.S. Armed Forces are being told they cannot pray ”in Jesus’ name.”

Give now to help the ACLJ oppose efforts by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and others to silence prayer!

At least three major groups – the ACLU, Americans United (AU), and the ”Military Religious Freedom Foundation” – are pushing to ban prayers in Jesus’ name by our military chaplains.

The ACLU has actually threatened a federal lawsuit against the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis – they’re insisting that the Naval Academy cut off prayer.

We need your immediate help. Your generous gift will help us fight this now. We’re dealing with military institutions, the U.S. Department of Defense, and Members of Congress.

We can’t sit silent – for if we do, the Washington decision-makers are only going to hear from the ACLU, Americans United, and the Military Religious Freedom Foundation …

… and our military chaplains could eventually be banned from speaking the name of Jesus in their ministry to our servicemen and women! We cannot let this happen.

Please give generously today – we must preserve the right to pray in the military. Our own future freedom may depend on it. Thank you in advance.

I see this as a continuation of efforts to remove Christian worship from all aspects of American society, a continuation of efforts to marginalize Christians, make Christians second-class citizens and erode our Constitutional protections. As far as I’m concerned, the ACLU is the Anti-Christian Licentious Union and needs to be actively fought.

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