Moral Issues and the Presidential Campaign 2000

Christians need to be involved in the elective process, not to champion one political party over another, but to call the nation back to its moral roots.

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2 Chronicles 7:14 Further Study
If my people...
Proverbs 14:34 Further Study
Righteousness exalts a nation.
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Anti-Christian bigotry moves front and center
See the story in our Persecution section.

Email key senators today!

Should Ashcroft Be Confirmed?
Jan. 16 & 17, 2001 - The Senate debates the confirmation of John Ashcroft as Attorney General. He is being portrayed by liberal opponents and some of the media as a racist and a religious extremist.
Get the truth! - Read the following online articles, then
Voice your opinion while there is time
The Bashcroft campaign - Joseph Farah
The politics of religion -Hal Lindsey
Ashcroft expected to face tough questioning at Senate confirmation hearings Tuesday - CNN
Orthodox Jews rally behind Ashcroft- Call criticisms of attorney general nominee 'especially unfair' - WorldNetDaily
Will the Real John Ashcroft Please Stand Up? - Jack Kinsella (HalLindseyOracle)
Ashcroft's Speech At Bob Jones University - The Greenville News

Feeding frenzy over Ashcroft
Jan. 11, 2001 - Strong opposition is being waged against the appointment of former Senator John Ashcroft to the post of U.S. attorney general. He is being called a racist because he opposed the confirmation of a judge on the grounds that the judge had made unwise decisions in the past. In truth, he voted for the confirmation of 26 of the 28 African-Americans nominated to the federal bench by the Clinton-Gore administration.
Ashcroft is being characterized by opponents as an anti-woman and as a religious fanatic.
Yet the two-term Missouri governor and two-term state attorney general has been praised by observers as perhaps the most qualified of those considered for the job. During his years as Missouri's attorney general, he was voted chairman of the bipartisan National Association of Attorneys General. And as Missouri's governor, his fellow governors voted him to be their chairman of the bipartisan National Governors Association.
Source: WorldNetDaily - Julie Foster

Help John Ashcroft In His Battle Before The U.S. Senate
Jan 9, 2000 - Planned Parenthood along with other liberal groups have declared war on the nomination of Senator John Ashcroft to the position of U.S. Attorney General. Planned Parenthood is providing a sample form letter to all of the abortion activists in America asking that they write their Senators and contact the Senate Judiciary Committee which will hold hearings on Senator Ashcroft’s nomination.
Go to American Family Association's site for the truth about Senator Ashcroft, and for information about how you can help.
Source: AFA

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