Wednesday, December 20, 2006

    Worthy Causes

    Yesterday I saw some Mexicans with big signs on 7th street soliciting for donations to help their illegal alien amigos. No way! Now if you feel like giving something to some worthy causes here are some great suggestions to help causes that help others. In particular are those causes that help promote liberty, justice, and the American way.

    The USO - a private, nonprofit organization to provide morale, welfare and recreation-type services to our men and women in uniform. The original intent of Congress - and enduring style of USO delivery - is to represent the American people by extending a touch of home to the military.

    The Center For Education Reform - Founded in 1993 to translate ideas into action, CER combines education policy with grassroots advocacy to work deep within the nation's communities to foster positive and bold education reforms. They promote freedom of choice - NOT more, bigger government control! Power to parents - NOT government!

    The Alliance Defense Fund - Legal defenders of our first liberty. When the communist ACLU or liberals try and suppress freedom of speech or force sex into the public schools of little children or any other forced liberal agenda the ADF protects!

    The Judicial Watch - a conservative, non-partisan educational foundation, promotes transparency, accountability and integrity in government, politics and the law. If you don't donate then at least sign up for their free email newsletters and watch how pro-homosexual, pro-socialist, pro-terrorist liberals try and use the courts to force their anti-American agenda on our country.

    The FrontPageMag Group - Hardcore reality you won't find on CBS or CNN. It takes money to do proper research. If you don't join their cause at least subscribe to their free mails - if you can handle reality! Check out their Jihad Watch before Jihad comes to you!

    The Greenhill Humane Society - donate to this or any humane society in your area. Want a pet? Don't buy one from a store - adopt a pet (like we did) from the humane society!

    The Salvation Army - always first on the scene most all of your money will go to help those in need. This is a totally responsible private organization that has done more than all the "efforts" of the United Nations (or government) combined.

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