Posted by: rshalomw | September 4, 2012


Unlike the buffoons in the Democratic Platform, the Republican Platform had the sense to know why Islamic Law is a threat to a free society.  The Islamic organizations CAIR and The Muslim Brotherhood  were dealt a defeat in their plan to take over more of America.

Video: ALAC concept adopted in GOP platform

Our friends at the Center for Security Policy captured the 58 second segment below, showing the adoption of the American Laws for American Courts (ALAC) concept into the national Republican Party platform.

When you watch it, note the reference to the passage of ALAC in Kansas. This effort was led by State Rep. Peggy Mast, a valued friend of ACT! for America whom we honored with our “Patriot” award at this year’s National Conference & Legislative Briefing.
Rep. Mast’s leadership, coupled with over 30,000 phone calls and emails generated by ACT! for America chapter leaders and members, led to the passage of ALAC into law in Kansas.

When the Republican Party was fielding ideas and “seconds” for its platform, ACT! for America generated hundreds of “seconds” in support of adding the ALAC concept to the platform.
CAIR, the Council on American-Islamic Relations, attempted to prevent the pro-ALAC resolution from being included in the GOP platform.
They failed.
That’s good news for freedom—and bad news for the Muslim Brotherhood.

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