Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Was Dinesh D'Souza Targeted? GOP Senators Ask FBI

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Was Dinesh D’Souza Targeted? GOP Senators Ask FBI

Four Republican Senators wrote the FBI on Friday and asked to be provided with details about the campaign finance charges brought against Dinesh D’Souza. Senators Mike Lee (R-Utah), Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), Jeff Session (R-Alabama) and Ted Cruz (R-Texas) questioned whether D’Souza was specifically targeted because of his criticisms of the Obama administration.

The letter quoted Alan Dershowitz’s claim that “[the investigation] smacks of selective prosecution” and added that “to dispel this sort of public perception that Mr. D’Souza may have been targeted because of his outspoken criticisms of the president, it is important for the FBI to be transparent regarding the precise origin of this investigation.”

Read the full letter here.

Reagan on Religious Tolerance

On August 23, 1984, president Ronald Reagan was invited to address an ecumenical prayer breakfast in Dallas, TX. He spoke on America’s history of religious tolerance and the importance of preserving that tradition for our nation’s posterity.

In his speech, he said that “faith and religion play a critical role in the political life of our nation—and always has—and that the church—and by that I mean all churches, all denominations—has had a strong influence on the state. And this has worked to our benefit as a nation.”

Read more here.

Liberty Counsel Fights for Pelletier Family, Whose Teen Daughter Is Being Held by State

Mat Staver, the founder and chairman of Liberty Counsel, has appeared before the Suffolk County Juvenile Court to defend Lou Pelletier against the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families (DCF).

Pelletier’s daughter, Justina, has been locked in a psychiatric ward for more than a year after being forcibly taken from her parents, and is now confined to a wheelchair due to maltreatment for her mitochondrial disease. After Lou Pelletier spoke out about the abuse at the hands of the state, the DCF attempted to silence him by filing a complaint to hold him in contempt of court.

Read more here.

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