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Newsletter November 2005


Newsletter America ASLEEP kNOw MORE

November 2005

JAMES 4:17 Therefore, to him who knows to do good and does not do it, to him it is sin. (NKJV)


What is the difference between an atheist who hates God and a Christian who will not serve God? None.

What is the difference between an atheist who hates God’s word and the church member who will not read God’s Word? None.

Against the Cross

Jesus said on the cross, “Forgive them Father, they know not what they do?” The ACLU and their followers need to be prayed for, as they are against God, Family, and Country. Professor Bartee of MSU, invited Peter Irons onto the campus Monday night, November 7th. He rambled for 39 minutes giving propaganda to try and disarm those that know the truth, and then when he was asked any questions that would shine light on darkness, Professor Bartee would attempt to deflect the question. That deflection occurred when two questions were asked by America ASLEEP kNOw MORE members, with many other members wanting to ask questions before the event shut down for the evening. When Professor Bartee tried to keep Mr. Irons from having to answer the questions, he indicated that he would answer, and then he spoke in gobbledygook, never ever answering the question. Then when the second question was asked, he again said he would answer, but only took the opportunity to say that he was offended that someone said they would pray for him. Dr. Scott Magill, starting out by letting Mr. Irons know that as a former Marine, he had taken an oath to protect the country against enemies, both foreign and domestic.

This statement probably made Mr. Irons, Mrs. Bartee, and Mr. Leger nervous, as they fell lockstep behind the rhetoric that was given to seduce the audience into an ‘I’m OK, you’re OK’ attitude. Scott started by giving background to set up his question, i.e. letting the audience know that there is a preponderance of evidence that shows beyond a doubt that our nation was started as a Christian nation under God. To many quotes to list, he gave us words from the Declaration of Independence, George Washington, John Adams, Benjamin Rush, John Jay, and others, showing why the nation was set up as a Christian nation and the beauty that gave their posterity. Then Scott went into a background of one of our domestic enemies, the ACLU, which is against God, Family, and Country. “The ACLU has since its founding in 1920 been a non-Christian, socialist-communist, humanist organization completely opposed to the founding concepts of the United States of America. It was formed by Roger Baldwin, a self proclaimed socialist, with the aid of Norman Thomas, leader of the Socialist party, and Elizabeth Gurley, who would become the leader of the Communist Party of America. Roger Baldwin said, ‘I am for socialism, disarmament and ultimately for abolishing the state itself as an instrument of violence and compulsion. I seek social ownership of property, the abolition of the propertied class, and sole control by those who produce wealth.

Communism is the goal.’

The ACLU is today, as it was 85 years ago, intent upon the destruction of America as envisioned by our Founding Fathers, and America for which over 650,000 of its sons and daughters have died. Intent upon the eradication of the principles of freedom and liberty, and their replacement with a socialist-communist, humanist state. My question is, sir, can you give us a serious, genuine, valid reason why the ACLU should not be viewed and classified for what you are: A Domestic Enemy to this Great Nation, an enemy of the worst kind, a traitor to the nation and its principles, and to our posterity?” Mr. Irons did not answer the question, but instead said, “I don’t think that anyone who equates socialism with Communism, has any ground to stand upon.” One can only ask, if he is extremely ignorant, or is he part of an agenda?


Kneeling, Dee Wampler & Darla Bradford

Left to Right, R.L. Beasley, Alan Kemper, Gregory Thompson , Scott Magill & Bob Monday.


INTERCESSORS, Prayer Warriors!

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Please be in prayer about joining FACt. Christians, this is an ACTION we can all be part of! We know the inward workings, the impact of the NEA, the lack of local control, and the Humanistic education being shoved down the throats of innocent children, with the support of unsuspecting Christian parents. It is time to draw a line in the sand, and unite with others who agree that enough is enough. We believe that now is the time. We want to be His vessels working to put Jesus back as the foundation of this country. We all know that Christians are being persecuted in the public school. We are allowing our rights to be taken away. Would you be part of standing up for our Christian Heritage, for our children, for the next generation? Do we leave the battle for our children to fight, or do we take a stand now?

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Did you know…………….

In Florida, Americans for Separation of Church & State are trying to get a book banned, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, from public schools because it promotes a “religious story”. ADF is offering pro bono legal representation to any Florida school that is threatened with a lawsuit for taking part in a state reading contest that features a book in C.S. Lewis’s “Chronicles of Narnia” series. *The Ninth US Circuit Court in San Francisco, said that parents have no fundamental right to control their kids' upbringing by introducing them to sexual information in accordance with their personal and religious values and beliefs. Nor, according to the panel, do mothers and fathers have the right to prevent their kids' exposure to sexual information whenever and however the school chooses. The plaintiffs in the case had sued the Palmdale School District for subjecting their children to a school survey without disclosing to the parents in advance that the survey contained probing personal questions of a sexual nature. However, the appellate court's

Judge Stephen Reinhardt informed the plaintiffs in his ruling that parents have no due process or privacy right to override the determinations of public schools .… Among the survey's questions were items querying the children about such things as touching their "private parts too much,” not being able to stop "thinking about sex,” and having "scared or upset" feelings when thinking about sex. Bruce Hausknecht, a judicial analyst for Focus on the Family Action, agrees that the ruling in the Palmdale parent's suit sets a terrible precedent. He says, “Unless this egregious example of judicial tyranny is corrected, the rights of parents and the entire future of public education are in serious jeopardy.” As if it's not busy enough trying to keep prayer out of the nation's schools and Ten Commandments displays off public property, the ACLU has added a new objective in its quest to defend the civil rights of American citizens: eliminate from public schools sex-education programs that encourage teens to remain sexually pure until marriage.

(Info from Agape Press, which can be found as a link on our web-site)