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il y a 6 mois
Site is safe- religious intolerance is behind the overall "unsafe" rating .
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il y a 5 ans
The poor rating of this site is politically motivated by the enemies of Liberty Counsel, like the ACLU. This site is trustworthy and truthful, and so is the organization it represents. P.S. Where are the comments for those giving this site a poor rating? Are all of these "down votes" just being farmed?
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Just another example of discrimination of a religion based organization who fights for truth and justice and ethical bases. Which seems is not popular with WOT I first joined this site I used to be able to trust it's ratings but it certainly appears like so many organizations they are unable to separate their views and opinions from facts, so I have to investigate other means now to determine if a site is safe or not. Cannot trust WOT any longer !
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il y a 8 ans
I generally appreciative WOT ratings, but on political, moral and ethic issues, conservative sites get an unfair reviews. Apparently, diverse views are on encouraged on the internet. Liberty counsel is a safe site in all regards.
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Useful.
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Liberty Counsel is a nonprofit litigation, education and policy organization dedicated to advancing religious freedom, the sanctity of human life and the traditional family. Established in 1989, Liberty Counsel is a nationwide organization with offices in Florida, Virginia, and Washington, D.C., and hundreds of affiliate attorneys across the Nation. Recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) organization, Liberty Counsel is funded by donations from concerned individuals, churches and organizations across the country. Donations to this ministry are tax-deductible. Liberty Counsel provides pro bono legal assistance in the areas of religious liberty, the sanctity of human life and the traditional family. Educational material available through Liberty Counsel includes informational brochures addressing students' and teachers' rights on public school campuses, political activity of nonprofit organizations, and many more. Liberty Counsel sends a Liberty Alert email to inform subscribers about breaking news, and publishes a newsletter to overview current cases impacting religious freedom, the sanctity of human life and the traditional family. Liberty Counsel produces a daily radio program, Freedom's Call, a weekly radio program, Faith & Freedom, and a thirty-minute weekly television program, Law & Justice™, all of which deal with various legal and policy issues. The Liberty Center for Law & Policy (LCLP) operates as one component of Liberty Counsel’s training, education and public policy program. With offices in Washington, D.C. and on the campus of Liberty University School of Law in Lynchburg, Virginia, the LCLP trains attorneys, law students, policymakers, legislators, clergy and world leaders in constitutional principles and government policies. From the inception of our litigation until 2004, Liberty Counsel has been blessed with an 86% win ratio. Since 2004, we have won 92% of cases. Nearly every case is unique, precedential, and many contain issues that have never been tried in the history of our country. These are not routine cases, and many times our victories have a direct impact on the culture and the future of America. A very small sample of legal victories include: Protecting Religious Freedom Alaska: Defended churches against the ACLU, which sought to have certain property tax exemptions revoked. California: A school district must allow a Christian group to meet in public schools at no charge, so that the first after-school Good News Club can share the gospel and teach character and morals to elementary students in the nation’s second largest school district. Florida: Court ruled that Christian church could locate in the heart of Cassadaga, Florida, thus becoming the first Christian church to operate in the all-spiritualist community since 1894. Florida: Settled prior to trial, requiring that a community college revise its literature distribution policy, after students were threatened with arrest for distributing religious literature on campus. Iowa: Settled prior to trial, requiring school to repeal policy and adopt a new one which allows students to pass out religious literature. Kentucky: District court ruled that Ten Commandments set among historical documents regarding the development of American law and government is constitutional. Massachusetts: Students must be allowed to pass out scripture verses; case resulted in best published legal opinion on the rights of students to distribute religious literature in public school. Michigan: Settled before trial, requiring government housing authority to pay damages for attempting to evict woman for placing a religious sign in her window. Michigan: Settled before trial, requiring school to adopt a new policy allowing students to distribute religious literature, including Campus Crusade For Christ “Survival Kits”. New Mexico: Paved the way for new Christians to be baptized in a detention center. North Carolina: Successfully defended a second grade boy who was told not to give Bibles to his friends on Valentine's Day. Ohio: Settled prior to trial, causing city to drop criminal charge against owner of facility for allowing church to meet there, and causing city to adopt ordinance favorable to churches. Pennsylvania: Court ruled that banning religious meeting in community center is unconstitutional. Texas: Required county to repeal policy banning use of community room for religious meetings. Virginia: Part of the state constitution found unconstitutional under the U.S. Constitution, so that churches can incorporate and own unlimited amount of property for first time since 1777. Washington: Successfully defended students who were suspended for peacefully praying before school. Wisconsin: Court ruled that a city and state law banning literature distribution to occupants of vehicles or placing literature on cars are unconstitutional. Nationwide: Successfully defended scores of Good News Club cases in many states, resulting in thousands of children being able to hear the gospel in after-school clubs in public schools. Defending the Sanctity of Human Life Florida: Court ruled against pro-abortion groups seeking to block “Choose Life” license plates; Argued in favor of state law requiring informed consent for women considering abortion; Successfully argued before U.S. Supreme Court, regarding rights of sidewalk counselors. Tennessee: Settled before trial, requiring city to repeal law used to stop pro-life picketers. Filed two amicus briefs with U.S. Supreme Court in successful defense of federal partial-birth abortion law. Advancing Traditional Family Values Florida: Took over and won a case on appeal where judge ruled that sex and gender are in the mind, granting child custody to a transsexual. Georgia: First case ever to declare a Vermont civil union is not equivalent to marriage, and a state and federal Defense of Marriage Act permits a state to ban same sex unions. New York: Settled lawsuit against school district and stopped the first homosexual and sexually deviant high school in America. Nationwide: Won huge marriage victories in New York, California, Tennessee, Connecticut and Nebraska. Defended marriage as the union of one man and one woman in over 40 separate legal cases. Mathew D. Staver, Esq. Founder and Chairman of Liberty Counsel Mathew D. Staver, Founder and Chairman of Liberty Counsel, has argued in numerous state and federal courts across the country, including the United States Supreme Court. Mat serves as Dean of Liberty University School of Law. He is a trustee for the Supreme Court Historical Society. Mat is considered one of the premier constitutional litigators in the country and conducts hundreds of media interviews each year, including television appearances on shows such as The O'Reilly Factor, Hannity and Colmes, Anderson Cooper 360, the Glenn Beck Show, Good Morning America, the Today Show, Fox & Friends and many more. Mat has authored hundreds of articles and written 11 books, including Eternal Vigilance: Knowing and Protection Your Religious Freedom, Take Back America, and Same-Sex Marriage: Putting Every Household at Risk. Mat is married to Liberty Counsel's President, Anita Staver. Anita L. Staver, Esq. President of Liberty Counsel Her practice before the United States Supreme Court and numerous federal courts has resulted in more than 30 published opinions. She is admitted to practice before every federal court of appeals in the nation, and seven federal district courts. Anita is a member of the bars of the State of Florida and the District of Columbia. Anita has co-authored two scholarly law review articles, and has columns published in WorldNetDaily and the Florida Baptist Witness. She has been a guest on a variety of shows, including Hardball with Chris Matthews, Crosstalk, The Morning Show with Armstrong Williams, Faith2Action with Janet Folger, The Right Hour with Paul Weyrich & Bill Lind, Bud Hedinger Live, Culture Shock with Barry Lynn, the Andrea Shea King Show and Constitutional Public Radio. She has been interviewed on legal issues by many other media groups including Newsweek, Cox Broadcasting, the Orlando Sentinel and television news programs. Working With Other Organizations Liberty Counsel cooperates and coordinates its efforts with other religious liberty, pro-life and pro-family organizations. Liberty Counsel has represented many notable clients, including Focus on the Family, Child Evangelism Fellowship, Dr. Jerry Falwell and the Christian Educators Association International. Believing there is strength in unity, Liberty Counsel has joined forces to work with many groups and organizations. We believe that like-minded groups should cooperate, but that we should not all become one group. (Two are better than one ... and a three-fold cord is not easily broken. Eccl. 4:9,12). Endorsements From Great Christian Leaders “Mat Staver is waging battle in America’s courtrooms to stem the erosion of our inalienable rights recognized in the First Amendment. I am grateful he is on our side.” D. James Kennedy, Ph.D., Founder, Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church "I thank and praise our great God and Savior for Mat Staver and Liberty Counsel because they are standing in the gap to help defend our religious freedoms and civil liberties. I applaud their diligent efforts in the war against the precious rights given to us by God through our Founding Fathers and our Constitution." Bill Bright, Founder, Campus Crusade for Christ International "I can think of no greater work being done right now in America for the sake of our religious freedom and Christian heritage than that being done by Liberty Counsel and its founder... Mathew Staver." Dr. Jerry Falwell, Founder, Liberty University Liberty Counsel · Post Office Box 540774, Orlando, FL 32854 · (800) 671-1776 · ©Copyright 1995-2009
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Liberty Counsel is a highly respected organization connected with Liberty University. Liberty Counsel represents individuals, groups and churches who care about advancing religious freedom, the sanctity of human life and the traditional family. Liberty Counsel is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization They will defend the rights of any individual, groups or Churces that are being discriminated against for their religious beliefs for free. They are regularly taking on Organizations such as the ACLU whenever there is a religious rights issue to litigate.
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