Since there's a Falwell thread, might as well start a Kennedy thread. Yes, I realize he's some kinda grand imperial nabob within the Presbyterian heirarchy, but I also see where he fights against the ACLU, the mortal enemy of Christianity in the USA. A coupla years ago, a paramedic friend of my family, a pastor's wife, was suspended from her job because she witnessed to a Christian patient AT THE PATIENT'S REQUEST. Her "partner", an athiest and a homosexual, was 'offended' by her Bible-quoting, and complained to the employer, whose DO is a JW, who promptly sided with the complainant& suspended the Christian without pay. DJK's org provided her with a lawyer expert in these matters, free of charge. To keep a long story short, a jury found for the lady in less than 1/2 hour's deliberation, awarding her $30K plus all legal fees all perks she'd have normally received from the employer. The employer appealed, & the COA raised the award to $45K plus all the other things named above. The Ohio Supreme Court, refused, w/o comment, to hear the case. That was the end. The employer was stuck with paying the cash award and over $20K in attorney's fees. That was a "small fry" case compared with some of the cases Kennedy's org gets involved in. Many of them involve the ACLU, and his people have about a 90% win rate against them. Most of Kennedy's TV shows deal largely with the war against Christianity occurring in this land. His radio shows, far as I receive them on WEMM-FM 107.9, are almost exclusively straight preaching. Is he too political? I don't think so. We need MORE pastors with a national audience to speak out against the ACLU and the New-Age-liberal judges found in many a US courtroom today. What do YOU think?