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.

Comments:
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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