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Is The Federal Hate Bill Really A Threat?

By Rev Ted Pike
11 June 2007

Charles Haynes, senior scholar for the left-leaning First Amendment Center, doesn't think so. In a syndicated article, he gives his reasons why. Talk show host Rick Adams asked Haynes if he would defend his point of view in a discussion with me on Adams' show tonight. Haynes declined.
Rick and I will go over Haynes' article, point by point, proving tonight that the federal hate bill, H.R. 1592 / S. 1105, is not only threatening to free speech but is the most dangerous legislation ever to come before Congress.

Where? Rick Adams, "Radio Avenger" at www.republicbroadcasting.org

When? 7 o'clock PST Monday, June 11

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This promises to be a very lively evening on alternative talk radio. Make it livelier by calling in at 1-800-313-9443 with your questions or comments.

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Rev. Ted Pike is director of the National Prayer Network, a Christian/conservative watch dog organization.
Let the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith teach you how they have saddled 45 states with hate laws capable of persecuting Christians: http://www.adl.org/99hatecrime/intro.asp.
Learn how ADL took away free speech in Canada and wants to steal it now in the U.S. Congress. Watch Rev. Ted Pike's Hate Laws: Making Criminals of Christians at video.google.com. Purchase this gripping documentary to show at church. Order online at www.truthtellers.org for $24.90, DVD or VHS, by calling 503-853-3688, or at the address below.
TALK SHOW HOSTS: Interview Rev. Ted Pike on this subject. Call (503) 631-3808.
NATIONAL PRAYER NETWORK, P.O. Box 828, Clackamas, OR 97015 www.truthtellers.org

 

 

 

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