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The Anti-ACLU

The Alliance Defense Fund is what the ACLU would be if it would just lay off the smack long enough to realize its a soul-sold whore protecting some of the most evil behavior humanity is capable of.

Its not often I get in the role of advocacy, because that's not necessarily the purpose of this blog, but this is a good organization that is literally doing God's work in protecting the "freedom of religion" part of the first amendment.

I recently spotted an article involving them on at Fox News titled Lawsuit Claims College Ordered Student to Alter Religious Views on Homosexuality, Or Be Dismissed. This piqued my curiosity as to what country this fascist nonsense was happening in.

A graduate student in Georgia is suing her university after she was told she must undergo a remediation program due to her beliefs on homosexuality and transgendered persons.

Georgia.....hmmm.....the one that borders Russia....right?

The student, Jennifer Keeton, 24, has been pursuing a master's degree in school counseling at Augusta State University since 2009, but school officials have informed her that she'll be dismissed from the program unless she alters her "central religious beliefs on human nature and conduct," according to a civil complaint filed last week.

Oh holy hell they mean our Georgia! As should be imagined, a lawsuit is in progress and the ADF is on the case.

Yeah I already read the story so I shouldn't feign shock, but like a Democrat proposing a new government program to solve some problem, every time I click the link I like to think "maybe this time would be different."

I love how Augusta State faculty deems that Keeton needs "remediation." Maybe they're embarrassed that Keeton has made it all the way through the public education gauntlet to grad school while maintaining her faith.

Maybe the faculty of Augusta State University should go through American Remediation and be exposed to the secret documents that frame our laws and value the Constitution.

I have to be honest, I'm not surprised that we've been moving toward this Brave New Anti-Christian world, but it is kind of a shock to see the machine that fulfills Orwell's prophecies working so brazenly in a state like Georgia. I guess that unlike illegal immigration in Arizona it looks like re-education camps know no borders.

"The faculty identifies Miss Keeton's views as indicative of her improper professional disposition to persons of such populations," the lawsuit reads.

Point, Augusta State...I have no doubt these Orwellian-college-think-monkeys who want to expel students, who are not actually failing out of school, for having the audacity to be Christian (aka the REAL audacity of hope) would know exactly what it means to have an "improper professional disposition."

Maybe they'll back off if she changes her name to Iraq, or Iran, or Shirley Sherrod

I will grant the university this, we don't know from the article what Keeton has written that has given them cause for concern. However, all of this is taking place at a public institution, and her first amendment right to both speech and religion are protected. Should she graduate and start a career as a counselor her record at that point should speak for itself and not have to endure preemptive strikes launched against it by a bunch of book jockey's that don't live in the real world.

Keeton has already become a cause celeb on Facebook, she has both a Support and Remove page for her.

The "Remove" page actually has some surprisingly intelligent reasons for why the university is right, click here for a screen shot featuring one of them (WARNING: don't click if you don't like profanity.)

As of this writing I don't know if that eloquently worded gem of persuasion is still posted there, but I don't care to keep checking either.

If you can, please support the Alliance Defense Fund. They are the first, last, and more often than not, only line of defense against the secular and anti-christian madness that has been gradually strengthening it's grip on the country. I have donated money to them and you can donate here.