Sunday, May 08, 2005

Hostettler VS. ACLU

I got a tip from John Stevenson this morning:

An Indiana congressman plans to curb the ACLU's appetite for filing suits targeting religion in the public square by introducing a bill that denies plaintiff attorneys the right to collect attorneys fees in such cases.

Rep. John Hostettler, R-Ind., is expected to file his measure next week to amend the Civil Rights Attorney's Fees Act of 1976, 42 U.S.C. Section 1988, to prohibit prevailing parties from being awarded attorneys fee in religious establishment cases, but not in other civil rights filings. (See World Net Daily article here)

Let your representatives and senators in Congress know you support this measure if you are tired of the ACLU attempting to eliminate our religious freedoms in this country. It's a crying shame that the ACLU receives taxpayer funds in it's quest to destroy our freedoms. If you are also tired of that, sign this.

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