PROTECTING THE CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS OF ALL AMERICANS
The American Constitutional Rights Union (ACRU) is dedicated to defending the constitutionally-protected civil rights of all Americans.
While many other organizations, such as the ACLU, are intent on shifting court decisions and public opinion against American values, we work every day to safeguard the liberties enshrined in our Constitution and Bill of Rights.
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ACRU becomes the American Constitutional Rights Union
ACRU is proud to announce an organizational name change from American Civil Rights Union to American CONSTITUTIONAL Rights Union as we continue to honor the legacy of founder Bob Carleson to “to defend constitutionally-protected rights of all Americans.” As President Lori Roman notes, “we were created as an antidote to the ACLU. We can think of no better way to punctuate that ACRU is the true defender of individual and economic freedoms that are unique and fundamental to our nation than to include “Constitution” in our name.”
ACRU ACTION: POLITICAL COURAGE NEEDED →
Things for which we need ID include buying alcohol and tobacco, opening a bank account and applying for welfare programs. Three New Jersey legislators want to change current state law to require photo ID for voting, and we agree — requirements to identify yourself for your most important citizen activity should be a no-brainer. Sometimes bills pass, sometimes they don’t, but they always make a statement.
Thousands of Ineligible Persons Could be Mailed Ballots If Nevada Goes All-Mail in November Election
On July 24th, Nevada’s Election Integrity Project notified Nevada officials of grossly inaccurate voter rolls it uncovered that could undermine the integrity of the state’s election results. Its report includes 10 categories of findings with myriad problems in more than 100K records. As Nevada liberals call for mail-only elections, this group demonstrates why this would be a huge mistake and a field day for fraud.
Former Philadelphia Congressman Michael “Ozzie” Myers went to jail for political bribery and conspiracy in the 1980s and became a political consultant for fellow Democrats when he got out. Now he has been indicted for bribing an election judge and ballot stuffing in three elections starting in 2014. He allegedly took money from candidates to pay the judge to add fake votes. Vote fraud and vote fraud conspiracy wrapped up in one case.
To make sure your vote counts, vote in person. Wear your mask, stay six feet behind your neighbors, wash your hands when you’re done, and don’t mail your ballot. With evidence coming in from mail-in ballot fails from several states, USPS admits it cannot handle the load. Because of postal drag, at least 92,000 votes in Pennsylvania’s recent primary were not counted. Don’t let that be you in November.
A key ACRU vote integrity message is calling for election officials to be on alert for fraud. Case in point, a Colorado official who noticed a deceased gentlemen reinstated “his” voter registration. Kudos to election coordinator Sandra Brown, whose eagle eye resulted in vote fraud charges against one Larry Talbert. Other officials take note - databases already exist for cross checking - you just have to use them.
“Four people admitted to offering homeless people money and cigarettes in exchange for false and forged signatures on ballot petitions and voter registration forms.” Five others are awaiting trial. The slap on the wrist the confessed fraudsters received through an LA court included community service. The last place these fraudsters need to be is in the community. Vote fraud is real, and it is organized.
New York Congressman Jerry Nadler in 2004: “Paper ballots are extremely susceptible to fraud. Just paper with no machines? I can show you experience which would make your head spin.” New York Congressman Jerry Nadler in 2020 (we are paraphrasing, but you get the gist): “Paper ballots now create their own paper trail.” The hypocrisy might be funny if we were not talking about voting, our most sacred right as Americans.
An un-Constitutional and absurd ruling from the Supreme Court last week decided a Nevada church had to adhere to arbitrary and biased COVID guidelines from its liberal governor. Democrat Governor Sisolak is allowing hundreds of people into bars and casinos but only 50 souls per church without even considering church size. Casting the First Amendment to the wind, liberal justices were joined by Justice Roberts in pretending our first freedoms are less important than cocktails and Blackjack.
Crisis tyrants are almost always crisis hypocrites.
Virginia Health Department Urges Citizens to Snitch on Churches, Gun Ranges for Violating Democratic Governor’s COVID-19 Regulations
The Virginia Department of Health is encouraging citizens to lodge anonymous complaints against small businesses for violating Gov. Ralph Northam's (D.) coronavirus-related restrictions on public gatherings.
WALSH: Rioters Violate Social Distancing. Media Doesn’t Care. But Here’s What They Said About Conservative Protesters
Some of us are old enough to remember the bygone days of three weeks ago. Back in those bad old times, the news media were quite certain that it was brazen and irresponsible and possibly murderous to protest during a pandemic. Such gatherings, we were told, would spread the virus at hyper speed and directly result in countless deaths. Not to harp on ancient history, but I can recall this article from Vox assuring me that protesting under these conditions is racist because it might kill black people. Source: WALSH: Rioters Violate Social Distancing. Media Doesn’t Care. But Here’s What They Said About Conservative Protesters. | The Daily Wire
Chief Justice John Roberts ruled this week that religious gatherings have the same constitutional protections as football games or Who concerts and therefore state governments CAN limit access to worship. The Chief Justice sided with the 4 leftist judges to reach this conclusion. We wish we were making this up. This has left us gasping in surprise, but not giving up - EVER - on defending your first freedom to worship.