Thursday, January 31, 2008

Stop perverted homosexuals from adoption our children.

Arkansas' citizens including organizations such as the Family Council Action Committee (FCAC) has begun collecting signatures to put the Arkansas Adoption and Foster Care Act on the November ballot. The Arkansas Adoption and Foster Care Act will prevent children in the adoption and foster care system from being placed with people who cohabit outside of legal marriage. If passed, this act will prevent homosexuals from advancing their agenda at the expense of our children. In 2007, the Arkansas General Assembly refused to pass legislation that would prevent homosexual couples from adopting Arkansas children. In Arkansas, it is not only acceptable but legal for homosexual and cohabiting couples to adopt children. Decades of social science research have proven that children do best with a married mother and father, and Arkansas' children should not be part of a social experiment. Not only that, but America was founded as a Christian society. And as a Christian society, homosexuality has always been considered a lifestyle that was not accepted by the public or by the government. Homosexuality is an abomination according to the Scriptures in the Bible. (Lev. 18:22 ), and that under a Christian government, homosexuals were to be put to death by the government (Lev. 20:13). However, the gross homosexual lifestyle and their activists are attempting, nationwide, to force their sick and perverted lifestyle on the masses. They are using the same tactics as the Communist Civil Rights movement in the 50s and 60s. And like the Civil Rights movements which promoted integration and racemixing, it will be eventually accepted by society for the most part as a new generation will be raised believing this is an accepted lifestyle. What is alarming, is the homosexual activists are targeting our children in the schools and now attempting to violate our childrens' innocense through adoption and foster care efforts. This is occuring not only in Arkansas, but all states. Here in Arkansas, The Family Council Action Committee, the driving force behind the Act has until May 15 to gather 100,000 signatures to get this act on the ballot in November, and your help is needed. Please get involved today by signing and circulating a petition. You can request a petition from the FCAC Web site. If you you don't live in Arkansas, get involved in your state as this is most likely happening or may have already occured.

Saturday, January 26, 2008

Social workers in 9th Circuit don't have absolute Immunity.

It is no secret that the Ninth Federal Circuit Court of Appeals, which makes up the states of California, Oregon, Nevada, Hawaii, Arizona, Montana, Washington, and Alasaka is very liberal, and in fact, of all the federal circuits, its decisions are reversed more by the U.S. Supreme Court. The court constantly undermines the U..S. Constition, individual liberties, and State rights. However, as any court, once in a while, they get something right. But before I get to the main point, let me state this. One of the most basic rights as Americans is for families to raise their children without the government trying to tell them how to do their job. For example, schooling. So many children are now being home schooled throughout this country because the public schools have been destroyed by the homosexual and integrationists agenda. We don't want our children to be destroyed through these activists, and we want our children to be raised as good wholesome Christians that love their Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and their race, and parents don't want them to be perverted by alternative lifestyles of homosexuals and race mixing promoters. Now, to my point with the Ninth Circuit. One of the problems with the government is the social workers of the different states. So often, social workers with the local department of human services will investigate problems at homes, and will file petitions to find that families are in need of services from the juvenile court, or will file petitions when the social workers believe that children are delinquent or being neglected. This gives them the ability to quickly move children out of the homes of the parents and put custody under the control of the state. (This can some time comes when parents don't want their children be tought the filth in these public schools). The problem is these social workers sometimes have an attitude of "I know what is best", and will push their opinions upon the innocent and then may possibly exagerate or fabricate evidence to get the juvenile court involved. As a lawyer that has practiced in the juvenile courts, I have seen this and sometimes highly suspect that is what occured. Now the story. The Ninth Circuit held that social workers are not absolute immune from federal lawsuits when they make false affidavits in order file a petition in the juveile court. I believe this is a big victory to many families that live in these states. I have reprinted the story below:
COBY BELTRAN, by and through his
Guardian Ad Litem Lori Beltran,
of the County of Santa Clara;
EMILY TJHIN, individually and as an employee of the County of Santa Clara, Defendants-Appellees. Appeal from the United States District Court for the Northern District of California Ronald M. Whyte, District Judge, Presiding Argued and Submitted
December 12, 2007—Pasadena, California
Filed January 24, 2008
Before: Alex Kozinski, Chief Judge, Stephen Reinhardt,
Andrew J. Kleinfeld, Michael Daly Hawkins,
Kim McLane Wardlaw, William A. Fletcher,
Ronald M. Gould, Richard A. Paez, Marsha S. Berzon,
Richard R. Clifton and Sandra S. Ikuta, Circuit Judges.
Per Curiam Opinion
1. Melissa Suarez, a social worker for Santa Clara County’s child protective services, investigated whether Lori Beltran was abusing her son, Coby. After this investigation, Suarez’s supervisor Emily Tjhin filed a child dependency petition, which Tjhin signed under penalty of perjury. This petition included a three-page statement of facts describing the findings of Suarez’s investigation. Suarez also filed a separate custody petition, which she signed under penalty of perjury. The custody petition attached and incorporated by reference the three-page statement of facts from the dependency petition. BELTRAN v. SANTA CLARA 1203
The dependency petition was denied, Coby was returned to his parents, and the Beltrans sued Suarez and Tjhin under 42 U.S.C. § 1983, charging constitutional violations in removing
Coby from the Beltrans’ custody and attempting to place him under the supervision of the state. Specifically, the Beltrans claimed that Suarez and Tjhin fabricated much of the information
in the three-page statement of facts. Relying on Doe v. Lebbos, 348 F.3d 820, 825-26 (9th Cir. 2003), the district court held that Suarez and Tjhin had absolute immunity for
their actions connected to signing and filing the dependency and custody petitions—including the alleged fabrication of evidence and false statements. It therefore dismissed plaintiffs’
claims that were based on the allegedly false petition statements. The district court eventually granted summary judgment to the defendants on the remainder of plaintiffs’
claims, but those issues are not before us, as plaintiffs appeal only the dismissal of claims based on absolute immunity. [1] 2. Parties to section 1983 suits are generally entitled
only to immunities that existed at common law. Imbler v. Pachtman, 424 U.S. 409, 417-18 (1976). We have therefore “granted state actors absolute immunity only for those functions
that were critical to the judicial process itself,” such as “ ‘initiating a prosecution.’ ” Miller v. Gammie, 335 F.3d 889, 896 (9th Cir. 2003) (en banc) (quoting Imbler, 424 U.S. at
431). It follows that social workers have absolute immunity when they make “discretionary, quasi-prosecutorial decisions to institute court dependency proceedings to take custody
away from parents.” Id. at 898. But they are not entitled to absolute immunity from claims that they fabricated evidence during an investigation or made false statements in a dependency petition affidavit that they signed under penalty of perjury, because such actions aren’t similar to discretionary decisions about whether to prosecute. A prosecutor doesn’t have absolute immunity if he fabricates evidence during a preliminary investigation, before he could properly claim to be acting as an advocate, see Buckley v. Fitzsimmons, 509
U.S. 259, 275 (1993), or makes false statements in a sworn 1204 BELTRAN v. SANTA CLARA
affidavit in support of an application for an arrest warrant, see Kalina v. Fletcher, 522 U.S. 118, 129-30 (1997). Furthermore, as prosecutors and others investigating criminal matters have no absolute immunity for their investigatory conduct, a fortiori, social workers conducting investigations have no such immunity. See id. at 126. [2] The district court’s error is perfectly understandable, as it relied on our incorrect ruling in Doe v. Lebbos, which we overrule today. We reverse the district court’s ruling that defendants are entitled to absolute immunity and remand for further proceedings consistent with this opinion. REVERSED AND REMANDED.

Tuesday, January 22, 2008

35 Years after Roe v. Wade

Today marks the 35th anniversary of one of the most judically activist decisions in the U.S. Supreme Court history in Roe v. Wade, which allowed the lawful murder of an unborn child. In 1973 the court decided that the laws that prohibited abortion in the United States were violating the Fourteenth Amendment constitutional right to privacy. Today was a day that organizers around the country protested the awful decisioin by the U.S. Supreme Court. For thousands of years since God created man, life was considered so precious, that the intentional taking of another life, was considered to be punishable by death. However, in one day, the Supreme Court ruled that states no longer had the right to prohibit abortion. The Supreme Court has always followed the legal theory stare decisis, which means that they follow previous Supreme Court rulings, as well as the Common Law to base their decision. However they simply ignored the common law of the states and that of previous Supreme Court decisions, and simply prohibited states from banning the procedure. Liberals today will say that Roe v. Wade is a well precedent case in upholding the practice of abortion. However, what about the thousands of years before the Roe v. Wade decision, and the hundreds of years of the United States. They obviously want to ignore that. The Bible is very clear about what to do with murderers. It states. "The congregation (i.e. the governmental assembly of Israel) shall judge between the slayer (the one who has taken life) and the revenger of the blood (the executioner)...These things shall be for a statute of judgment unto you throughout your generations in all your dwellings. Whoso killeth any person, the murderer shall be put to death...Moreever ye shall take no satisfaction for the life of a murderer which is guilty of death...So ye shall not pollute the land wherein ye are; for blood it defileth the land; and the land cannot be cleansed of the blood that is shed therein, but by the blood of him that shed it." Numbers 35: 24-33. Here these murderous butchers, that call themselves doctors would be put to death by a righteous government. These doctors are no worse than a thug that kills a person on the street. Literally thousands of babies are killed a year by these butchers shops for profit. We as Christians no longer live in a Christian society, but only live in the memory of a Christian society. As a result, we see cases coming from the Supreme Court that literally guts away the states' rights (that prohibited race mixing, prohibited abortion, required school prayers, etc ), guts away the common law, provides more freedom to homosexuals, and the overal destruction of European culture. However, we as Christians are required to be a voice to our lost racial brothers and sisters, and we have a duty to witness to others and pray that God will give us the strength to do his will. Until then.

Monday, January 21, 2008

Celebrating Robert E. Lee Day

Today the Boone County Courthouse in Harrison, Arkansas was closed for General Robert E. Lee day, as well as the Marion County Courthouse in Yellville, Arkansas, and Newton County Courthouse in Jasper, Arkansas, just to name a few. Unfortunately, along with the signs that said closed in observance of Robert E. Lee, these courthouses were also closed for the Black Communist agitator, Martin Luther King, Jr. However, one is a state holiday and the other was a federal holiday. That being said, it is still good to see that some courthouse administrators have at least some guts to put on the doors to the courthouses that the courthouses were being closed for "Robert E. Lee Day." Unfortunately, few people today realize that Martin Luther King, Jr. was a known Communism, and in fact, his FBI record is sealed until 2027. I wonder why? However, unlike MLK, Robert E. Lee was a true Christian patriot. This is what Edward Clifford Gordon, Lee's Assistant at Washington College in Charles Bracelen Flood's said in Lee: The Last Years (p. 213-14). " Intellectually (Lee) was cast in gigantic mold. Naturally he was possessed of strong passions. He loved excitement, particularly the excitement of war. He loved grandeur. But all these appetites and powers were brought under the control of his judgment and made subservient to his Christian faith. This made him habitually unselfish and ever willing to sacrifice himself on the alter of duty and in the service of his fellows....He is an epistle, written of God and designed by God to teach the people of this country that earthly success is not the criterion of merit, nor the measure of true greatness." Happy Robert E. Lee Day. Until then.

Sunday, January 20, 2008

Robert E. Lee, a God fearing man

This weekend, many in the South will be honoring perhaps the greatest general in the South and the North (yes, he was a Northern military leader before the War between the States began), that being Robert E. Lee. Several states through out the South has created Robert E. Lee day. Here in Arkansas, Robert E. Lee day is celebrated, unfortunately on the same day as the Communist black agitator, Martin Luther King, Jr., (which is a shameful mark on our nation by itself) (A picture of Martin Luther King speaking at the Highlander Research Center at Mt. Eagle, TN). which will be celebrated tommorow, January 21, 2008. Many court houses will be closed on that day. For example, the Boone County Court house will not be open tomorrow because of this day (as well as MLK). I'm hoping to have a picture of this tomorrow. What made General Lee great was not only that he was a brilliant military strategist and general, but he was a devout Christian. He lived as a Christian, his actions were that of a Christian, even in battle, and he deeply loved his home land and most of all his God. Here is one quote from General Lee. "I Trust that a kind Providence will watch over us, and not withstanding our weakness and sins will yet give us a name and place among the nations of the earth." R.E. Lee in a letter to his wife, June 3, 1863 (The Wartime Papers of R.E.Lee., p. 500). R.E. Lee truly was a great Christian. He never forgot that God had his hands in all affairs of men, and he never forgot God's commandments. "Beware that thou forget not the Lord thy God, in not keeping his commandments, and his judgments, and his statutes, which I command thee this day." (Deut. 8:11). Unfortunately, this can be seldom said of our leaders today, and unfortunately, the so called judeo-christian minsters, who don't follow the teachings of the Bible, who only cares about their wallet or how someone else perceives them because they don't want to offend anyone. Remember, we as Christians must portray a Christian spirit, especially to others. We are always being looked at and being studied by others, and they will judge us and deal with us by our Christian actions. Our families, our children, and our friends will look at us to see what type of a person we are. Therefore, let us look at the great Christian General Lee as someone we can aspire to be. Until then.

Saturday, January 19, 2008

The Divine Law

All laws, whether they govern man's attitude on administering the well being of society, the economics of a country, the health of a nation and individuals, or how we deal with our enemies, friend or foe, comes from one source: God. That being said, when ever we stray away from God's law, we in turn, turn away from God. But if we live by the law, and obey his commandments, we in turn bless God and show obedience to God. In Proverbs, it says, "Keep my commandments, and live; and my law as the apple of thine eye." Our beloved country, the United States, was built upon the principles and ideas of the Christian faith. Our founding fathers knew that this country would only work if we built our laws upon the laws of the Bible. However, the leaders of today no longer acknowledge that, and in fact, they try to claim that this country was built for all faiths. This is simply not true. The United States Supeme Court has even claimed that this was a Christian Nation. As a result of turning away from God's law, our country is in distress. We are in a recession, the value of the dollar is not strong as it once was, illegal aliens are running rampant, and we have become apologetic of our proud European past. So what is the answer, Read 2 Chronicles 7:14 for the answer. Until then.

Legal News

The Courts have become judically activists. They no longer, for the most part, look at the United States Federal Constition, but instead the federal court judges will based what they think the Constition should say, instead at strictly looking at the Constition inself.