Wednesday, November 02, 2005


When is a non-profit not a non-profit?

For someone who has supported the American Center for Law and Justice in the past, this article from LegalTimes is stunning.

Jay Sekulow surely has some explaining to do. I have to admit that I e-mailed him a few weeks back, expressing concern with his immediate support for Harriet Miers only seconds after her nomination was announced and questioning his close connection with the White House. If even a fraction of the allegations are true, Sekulow should consider resigning, as the mission of the ACLJ is sound, even as questions about its leadership surface.

Concerning Sekulow's need to resign, couldn't agree more. Apparently appeals to Rome are more lucrative than back when the Apostle Paul filed them.
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