Do any of you think it is time for a new civil rights movement in this country? Do you remember a time when people of many different faiths and backgrounds stood up to rogue courts and told them we would not accept their judgements because they did not reflect the rights guarenteed us by the constitution? I am thinking of course of the civil rights movement of the 60's and 70's. But what about a civil rights movement of this new millenium? The ACLU, The People for the American Way, the People for the Seperation of Church and State, have sought to restrict our religious civil liberties in the same manner that civil liberties were once restricted to black people. The very foundation this nation was founded on acknowledges the existance of God. Read for yourself the Declaration of Indepepndance. Our rights only exist by the existance of a Creator. Our civil laws were based on the Ten Commandments, which are inscribed in the stone walls of the Supreme Court building. The fact that judges and many other civil authorities believe they can restrict people who work in schools and government from expressing Judeo-Christian ideas is absurd. Telling a boy scout troop that they cannot meet on military bases, as one court justb did, because they acknowledge "God" is like telling someone they cannot sit at a lunch counter because they are black. It is time to resist. I believe we need a leader and movement every bit as strong and as public as that which stood up to the courts and local and state governments as they did 4 decades ago. What do you think?