State & Federal Campaigns
STATE AND FEDERAL CAMPAIGNS
First Amendment’s Separation of Church and State – The Resource Sentinel has always been a strong advocate of The Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution, especially for ‘natural equal rights’ that are cast in stone. We support many organizations that believe in the equal protection of our laws and equal opportunity for happiness through equal opportunity for economic success.
Although we are a Christian and follow the path of Jesus Christ’s teachings we have been a long time member and supporter of Atheists for Human Rights because we totally agree with their position on the Separation of Church and State in our Constitution.
Following in the footsteps of Jesus Christ should personally empower believers that they can object when their Church takes tax exempt donations from well-funded political organizations that are being used to infiltrate the social debate solely to divide and conquer the majority.
The Resource Sentinel feels very strongly that the rich and powerful should not be able to
use the Church to launder billions of dollars, on which taxes should be paid but which instead are being used to divide and conquer through breeding ‘injustice’ with cries for ‘justice’, ‘racism’ with cries for ‘human rights’ and ‘hate’ by condemning ‘love’.
If you follow Jesus principles about separation of Church and State and the strength of Love please read Mathew Chapter 22 vs 15-21 and Romans 13 vs 1-10.
We want to thank their board member Maria Alena (Castle) for allowing us to reprint her article ‘Open Letter to Religious Extremists’, which appeared in one of their recent “The Moral Atheist” newsletters.
Indian Child Welfare Act – Tribal members have no civil or human rights. The tribe can even take children from good homes with loving parents.
Corruption in Fee To Trust – Certain Senators on the Senate Select Committee on Indian Affairs, along with officials in the Bureau of Indian Affairs, are constantly using unconstitutional methods to circumvent U.S. Supreme Court decisions and other historical events to further tribalism and invent new reservations for the tribal gambling industry. We have a great track record of educating citizens on this issue and trying to stop it.
Corruption and Campaign Finance Reform – Sen. John McCain admits that he purposely left tribal loopholes in his Campaign Finance Reform Legislation.These documents show that we tried hard to stop this unconstitutional travesty.
Hawaiian Bill – Our own Senator Norm Coleman is a sponsor on a bill to invent an Indian tribe in Hawaii. In 2005 We asked him for a public forum to tell Minnesota citizens why. We are still waiting. The Senate voted on the bill on 6/8/06. Our national press release helped defeat the bill.
Professor John Kindt Gambling Studies – These studies were presented to Congress and show that for every dollar the tribe takes in citizens get stuck with three dollars in social costs because crime goes up 10% per year as people become addicted gamblers. These studies, although on the congressional record, are being covered up.