ACLU: American Civil Liberties Union

The ACLU was founded by the American-communist lawyer Roger Nash Baldwin in 1920. Baldwin opposed World War I and wrote a book supporting Soviet Communism. In When Baldwin gave the founding speech for the ACLU, he stated that the goal of the ACLU is to make America a communist nation. As of 2005, the ACLU had 400,000 members.

Here are some issues the ACLU supports:
Legalization of homosexual marriage
Legalization of child pornography
Legalization of prostitution
Legalization of live sex acts in public
Legalization of sex between adults and children
The ACLU defends the North American Man Boy Love Association whose motto is "sex before 8 or it is too late."
Removing "under God" from the Pledge of Allegiance
Removing our motto "In God We Trust" from our money
Forcing the Boy Scouts to accept homosexual scout leaders
Removing prayer from school and public events
Abortion on demand, without parental consent
Legalizing illicit drugs
Physician assisted suicide
Partial-birth abortion
Mandatory sex education
Legalized polygamy
Tax supported profane art

Here is what the ACLU is against:
Parental notification for minors having abortion
School vouchers
Filters on public library computers
Student led prayer in schools
Nativity scenes on public property
Sex offender registries
Broadcast decency laws
"Choose Life" license plates
Tax exemptions for churches
Posting of the Ten Commandments of public property
Prayers before high school football games
Parental consent laws
"Abstinence before marriage" sex education

Jeremy Brown 2005

For healthy alternatives to the ACLU, see:
Regent University School of Law

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