HATE BILL SHELVED!
Kennedy Backs Down Under National
Pressure. Stops Blocking Child Protecting Legislation.
By Rev. Ted Pike
On Friday, May 5, the U.S. Senate unanimously passed the Child Help
National Registry Act, S.1086. Senator Edward Kennedy did not ask
that his hate crimes bill, S.1145, be approved by the Senate and
attached to S.1086.
So comes to an end, at least for the moment, the threat of imminent
passage of the Anti-Defamation League's Orwellian anti-hate bill.
This legislation is very similar to ADL hate laws in Canada and European
countries. Such laws have outlawed criticism of homosexuality.
S.1086 and its companion bill, the Children's Safety Act, H.R.3132,
now travel to conference between the House and Senate unencumbered
by ADL's homosexual-favoring hate bill. After conference the final
version of this child protecting legislation will go to the president
In his next e-alert Rev. Ted Pike will present a detailed analysis
of the reasons behind this great victory for free speech.
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