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This page contains the items that were once on the "Breaking News" section of the Main Page. The articles are mainly about the ACLU.
Last date of Archived news is July 31, 2008. Contains archives from January 2007 to July 2008.

Phyllis Schlafly’s Eagle Forum believes appointing the right federal and local judges is more important than electing members of Congress or the President. Without solid, constitutionalist judges in place, the ACLU will continue winning cases that encourage the breakdown of traditional values and constitutional rights.
Is the ACLU motivated by the $7.4 million awarded in fees to groups that forced Michigan schools to hold boys and girls sports competitions in the same season? [6]

  1. ACLU Wants the US to Lose the War on Terrorism [18] Jpatt
  2. A Guide to the Political Left: Check out its articles on the ACLU Jpatt
  3. ACLU Doesn't Want to Pay Taxes; Expects Churches to Pay Them [19] Jpatt
  4. A judge has upheld the issuance of Indiana license plates bearing the message "In God We Trust," dismissing a constitutional challenge by the ACLU of Indiana [20] Jpatt
  5. ACLU Is AWOL On Free Speech [21] Jpatt
  6. ACLU Aiding America's Enemies, Again [22] Jpatt
  7. The ACLU assembles a terrorist legal defense force that includes former Attorney General Janet Reno and former Federal Bureau of Investigation Director William Webster [23] Jpatt
  8. America, 1. ACLU, 0 - Supreme Court Rejects ACLU Challenge to Warrantless Surveillance Program. Warrantless surveillance violates the Fourth Amendment. [24][25]
  9. The American Civil Liberties Union lost a lawsuit challenging President Bush's domestic spying program, saying the plaintiffs had no standing to sue. Associated Press article at Fox News. [26] Jpatt
  10. Court Ends Bible Distribution in School [27]
    Guess who sued for that ruling? The ACLU, of course. Jpatt
  11. The ACLU strikes again: it just persuaded the Ninth Circuit to forbid Congress from transferring a cross to private owners who would preserve it in the Mojave Desert, in Buono v. Kempthorne [28] Is there no end to the hostility to Christianity? Jpatt
  12. ACLU deceit in its "'talking points' in case Uncle Harry asks why the ACLU hates Christmas so much: Tell him 'we work year-round to ensure that everyone in America has the freedom to practice their own religion (or no religion) and to keep the government out of religion.'" [29] In fact, the ACLU destroys "the freedom to" pray in the classroom, and its "keep the government out of religion" means atheism at the expense of overwhelmingly religious taxpayers. Jpatt
  13. The ACLU strikes again! This time it has enlisted the Liberal Courts to have banned the private distribution of Bibles in public school. The federal Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit issued this ruling for the ACLU. Doe v. S. Iron R-1 Sch. Dist., 2007 U.S. App. LEXIS 19818 (8th Cir. Aug. 21, 2007). Jpatt
  14. The Seventh Circuit just ruled against the ACLU by overturning "a lower court's decision that sectarian prayers on the floor of the (Indiana) House violated the constitutional separation of church and state."[30] Jpatt