URGENT ALERT FROM THE JAMES HARTLINE REPORT
PROTEST - TUESDAY - OCTOBER 6, 2009 - 9:30am - 11:30am
RE: San Diego City Council to vote on declaring judicial activist Judge Napolean Jones Day in the City of San Diego.
THIS IS MY CITY TOO! WHAT ABOUT YOU?
STAND UP TO THE ACLU! STAND UP TO ACTIVIST JUDGES! STAND UP TO THE RADICAL SAN DIEGO CITY COUNCIL WHO IS DECLARING JUDGE NAPOLEAN JONES DAY IN THE CITY of SAN DIEGO after HE RULED FOR THE ACLU TO KICK THE BOY SCOUTS OUT OF BALBOA PARK!
There has been no greater enemy of Christians in the City of San Diego than Judge Napolean Jones.
In 2003, District Judge Napolean Jones viciously ruled in favor of the ACLU to declare that the Boy Scouts Camp in Balboa Park on public property in the City of San Diego was a violation of the U. S. Constitution because he deemed them a "religious" organization. Because the San Diego-based Desert Pacific Council of the Boy Scouts of America will not allow homosexuality and atheism to be introduced into the Boy Scouts via homosexual and atheist troop leaders they have been victimized by radicalized secularists in the City of San Diego. District Judge Napolean Jones ruled in favor of The American Civil Liberties Union who sued over the Boy Scout lease in August 2000 on behalf of a lesbian couple and an agnostic couple and their son.
Now the San Diego City Council wants to honor Napolean Jones by declaring a Day of Honor - "Judge Napolean Jones Day in the City of San Diego" - in the name of the voters of San Diego. We cannot remain silent while the city council honors this appalling declaration and the liberal judicial activism of Napolean Jones.
Join James Hartline at the San Diego City Concourse to protest this declaration by the San Diego City Council to honor the ACLU-friendly judicial activist Judge Napolean Jones.
THIS IS MY CITY TOO! WHAT ABOUT YOU?
OCTOBER 6, 2009
9:30am - 11:30am
San Diego City Council & Concourse
202 "C" Street
San Diego, CA. 92101
(Council meeting begins at 10am on the 12th floor.)
We will be gathering outside for media interviews and protests at 9:30am.
Parking is free with a validated ticket in Horton Plaza Parking Garage.
For further information: James Hartline
Judge says use violates separation of church and state
BY RAY HUARD
UNION-TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER 2:29 p.m., July 31, 2003
The Boy Scouts' lease of public land in San Diego's Balboa Park is unconstitutional, a federal judge decided in a ruling released Thursday.
U.S. District Judge Napoleon Jones Jr. said the Scouts' lease of the 18-acre Camp Balboa in Balboa Park violates provisions in the U.S. and state constitutions governing the separation of church and state.
Jones said the Boy Scouts are a religious organization because the Scouts require members to profess a belief in God.
The American Civil Liberties Union sued over the lease in August 2000 on behalf of a lesbian couple and an agnostic couple and their son.
Deputy City Attorney John Mullen issued a statement that said "the City Attorney's Office will analyze the decision and seek direction from the City Council."
The council will review the ruling in a closed session Tuesday, Mullen said.
A lawyer for the ACLU, Jordan Budd, said the council should cancel its lease with the Scouts unless the Scouts change their policies against admitting homosexuals and requiring members to express a belief in God.
"We believe it is long past time for the City Council to end its affiliation with this discriminatory organization and to keep open this public parkland for the use of all citizens of San Diego on a fair and equal basis and not just those citizens preferred by the Boy Scouts," Budd said.
The Boy Scouts have a 50-year, $1-a-year lease that is due to expire in 2007. The City Council in December renewed the lease at the Scouts' request for 25 years, with a city option to extend the lease an additional 15 years.
Under terms of the lease, the Scouts must spend $1.7 million over the next seven years to upgrade Camp Balboa. The Scouts also are required to pay the city an annual administrative fee initially set at $2,500.
In a press release, the Desert Pacific Council of the Boy Scouts of America expressed disappointment with the judge's ruling.
The council used its own money to construct and maintain Camp Balboa, according to the release, building nine camp sites, bringing water and power to the property, and building a swimming pool, parking lot, restroom and showers, meeting rooms, and a residence and office for a camp ranger.
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