Tuesday, October 31, 2006

JHReport Citizen's Alert - Radical Judges On California Ballot - Christian Voter Guide For State Judical Elections

The James Hartline Report
- Citizen's Alert -
October 31, 2006

Radical Judges On California Ballot
Declare War On California's Family Values

Look What The Radical Judges Just Did In New Jersey:
And Voters Will Receive A Prophetic Look At What Is
Coming To California Via State Judicial Activism
All seven member of the New Jersey State Supreme Court
ruled that the New Jersey Legislature must grant marriage rights
to homosexual couples.

Peter LaBarbera, President of Americans For Truth, reports that all seven members of the New Jersey Supreme Court were nominated by former homosexual Governor James McGreevey or homosexual Log Cabin Republican supporter Governor Christine Todd Whitman.

Former New Jersey Gov. Christine Todd Whitman with
homosexual activist Patrick Guerrero at the 2005
national convention of the radical Log Cabin Republicans.
Click here for the unbelievable photos of this
Republican governor's involvement with this group:

Former homosexual New Jersey Governor James McGreevey
with good friend Bill Clinton. McGreevey resigned after being
exposed for betraying his wife by having a sexual affair
with another gay male.

November 7, 2006: Will The Voters Of California
Affirm The Most Radical Group Of Judges In
United States History?

Here Are The Judicial Choices On The Nov. Ballot:

California Supreme Court: Vote NO!

Joyce L. Kennard - A radical liberal, Republican appointee, Joyce L. Kennard has already stated that she approves of same-sex marriages. Kennard's grievous rulings on behalf of the abortion industry seem to know no boundaries. She voted to throw out the Parental Notification law, thus depriving parents of the right to know if their minor daughters are getting abortions. Vote No!

Carole A. Corrigan - The Gay and Lesbian Times stated that Corrigan is perhaps the first lesbian appointed to California's Supreme Court when liberal Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger appointed her to the state's highest court in January of 2006. Both Corrigan and Kennard voted with the majority on the Calif. Supreme Court in a recent 7-0 vote to uphold a Berkeley, Calif. city ordinance that ordered the Sea Scouts to accept homosexuality around their little boys or vacate their charity status in the city. Vote No!

Associate Justice Court of Appeals - Fourth Appellate District

Divison One - Presiding Justice Judith McConnell
Vote NO:

Judith McConnell - McConnell is perhaps, the single most radical justice in California. Originally appointed by leftist Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown, McConnell was recommended to the Fed. Court of Appeals by Pres. Bill Clinton and nominated by Sen. Barbara Boxer. In 2001, Gray Davis nominated her to the Court of Appeals. McConnell is simply a radical, pro-homosexual judicial activist who made one of the most notorious anti-family rulings in U.S. history. In the case of Betty Lou Batey, a born-again Christian mother who divorced her husband for being involved in homosexuality: McConnell granted child custody to the homosexual partner of Batey's husband after he died of AIDS. When Batey's husband died, Judge McConnell granted custody of their daughter to the deceased husband's living gay lover instead of Mrs. Batey because Mrs. Batey told the court that she felt homosexuality was a sin (http://www.flashreport.org/blog0a.php?postID=2006101314115045&authID=2005091915442370). Voters must Vote NO on returning McConnell back to the Court of Appeals.

Division One - Seat One - Patricia D. Benke
Vote NO:

Patricia D. Benke - Another radical, pro-abortion liberal appointed to the Appellate Court by former Republican Gov. Deukmejian. Benke ruled against pro-lifers in one of the most notorious San Diego abortion cases in U.S. history (http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=36787). Benke ruled in favor of Planned Parenthood attorney James McElroy to force USJF pro-life attorneys to pay nearly $100,000 in bogus fees when the pro-life attorneys filed a lawsuit to protect young girls who were getting abortions at Planned Parenthood clinics (http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=37440). Benke must be rejected by voters on November 7, 2005. Vote NO!

Division One - Seat 2 - Richard D. Huffman

Richard D. Huffman - Justice Huffman, appointed by former Gov. Deukmejian, has made a recent ruling that was very favorable for pro-life and traditional family values. In the recent case of Benitez v. North Coast Women's Care Medical Group, Inc. et al., Justice Huffman, in a 3-0 ruling, ruled that doctors at the clinic did not have to impregnate a lesbian under their treatment (http://www.casp.net/benitez.html). In supporting the religious views of the doctors, Huffman and the appellate court supported the physicians' right to deny impregnating unmarried couples because it violated their Biblical beliefs. Justice Huffman's support for Christian values in this case is a clear reason to reelect him to the court on Nov. 7, 2006. Vote YES!

Division One - Seat 3 - Judith Haller
Vote NO:

Judith Haller - One of the most radical and liberal supporters of abortion in the California judiciary. Appointed by former liberal Republican Gov. Pete Wilson, Haller ruled against pro-lifers in one of the most notorious San Diego abortion cases in U.S. history (http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=36787). Haller ruled in favor of Planned Parenthood attorney James McElroy to force USJF pro-life attorneys to pay nearly $100,000 in bogus fees when the pro-life attorneys filed a lawsuit to protect young girls who were getting abortions at Planned Parenthood clinics (http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=37440). All voters must reject Haller's reelection to the appellate court. Vote NO!

Division Three - Seat 4 - Cynthia G. Aaron
Vote NO:

Cynthia G. Aaron - Another radical appointment by former Democratic Gov. Gray Davis, Cynthia G. Aaron was recently honored by the radical liberal group, the American Jewish Committee, whose board of trustees include radicals Bob Filner, Lynn Shenk and gay pride participant Sheriff Bill Kolender, as well as lesbian boardmember Bonnie Dumanis. This group lists as speakers for its leadership program, leftist Congresswoman Susan Davis, embryonic stem cell advocate Joe Panetta of BIOCOM, and radical San Diego City Councilman Scott Peters (http://www.ajcsandiego.org/). The American Jewish Committee has been fighting aggressively for the removal of the Ten Commandments from public squares and is a major proponent of the illgotten "separation of church and state" ideology (http://www.ajc.org/site/c.ijITI2PHKoG/b.836823/k.76DA/ChurchState_Relations.htm). Aaron has already made a major ruling in a lesbian libel case and will continue to be a dangerous judge making rulings hostile to traditional family values. All voters must reject Cynthia G. Aaron. Vote NO!

Division One - Seat 5 - Joan K. Irion
Vote NO:

Joan K. Irion - Appointed by Democratic former Gov. Gray Davis, Irion is sure to continue the radical rulings for abortion and gay rights that other Davis appointees have been handing down. Voters should reject Irion on Nov. 7, 2006. Vote NO!

Divsion Two - Seat 1 - Art W. McKinster
Vote NO:

Art W. McKinster- Appointed by former Gov. Deukmejian, on surface McKinster is not that radical, until a deeper review of his rulings is demonstrated. McKinster's ruling to uphold a $1.4 million jury verdict on behalf of a strip club in 1993 demonstrates that this justice is not interested in protecting society from the adult entertainment industry. The case involving The Flesh Club in San Bernardino, was notorious for the court intervening in the right of a local government to restrict businesses it deems a public nuisance. McKinster, in siding with the strip club, ruled that laws restricting adult entertainment, are unconstitutional (http://www.freespeechcoalition.com/FSCView.asp?coid=865). This perverted-minded judge should be voted down on Nov. 7, 2006. Vote NO!

Division Two - Seat 2 - Betty A. Richli
Vote YES:

Betty A. Richli - Appointed by Gov. Pete Wilson, Justice Richli has mostly been conservative in her rulings. Recent rulings to protect student's and parent's privacy by declaring a state law unconstitutional which had allowed the names of minor students to be publicly disclosed when the student is expelled from school was a fair ruling to protect parental/child rights. Richli has also ruled in favor of the strength of marijuana drug laws. She has ruled that police officers cannot sue for defamation of character when they are falsely accused, a ruling not too favorable with law enforcement. Overall Justice Richli should be returned to the bench on Nov. 7, 2006. Vote YES!

Division Two - Seat 3 - Jeffrey King
Vote NO:

Jeffrey King - Appointed by liberal Gov. Gray Davis, King gave $450 to radical, abortion-extremist Democrat Congressman Joe Baca in 2002 for his congressional campaign (http://herndon2.sdrdc.com/cgi-bin/dcdev/forms/C00325449/68240/sa/11A1). King should be soundly rejected for reelection on Nov. 7, 2006. Vote NO!

Division Two - Seat 4 - Douglas P. Miller
Vote NO:

Douglas P. Miller - As a recent appointment to the Appellate Court by Gov. Schwarzenegger, there is no confidence in any Schwarzenegger appointment with regards to abortion or homosexual issues. Schwarzenegger has not appointed anyone who supports a pro-life or pro-traditional marriage inclination. Additionally, Miller spent a great deal of his educational and teaching history with BYU, thus his prejudicial tempremant towards Mormonism could be a problem for those who are strict Christian traditionalists. Vote No on Miller on Nov. 7, 2006. Vote NO!

Division Three - Seat 1 - Kathleen O'Leary
Vote NO:

Kathleen O'Leary - Appointed by former California Democratic Governor Gray Davis, there is no doubt that O'Leary will rule in favor of the radical abortion and gay lobbies whenever those issues come before her court. O'Leary should be soundly rejected by voters. Vote NO!

Division Three - Seat 2 - Raymond J. Ikola
Vote NO:

Raymond J. Ikola - As an apointee to the Appellate Court by Democratic Gov. Gray Davis, Ikola has made controversial rulings on illegal immigrants and video camera survelliance issues vs. free speech. Ikola has the potential to make very dangerous rulings and should be rejected by voters. Vote NO!

"And I charged your judges at that time, saying, 'Hear the causes
between your brethren, and judge righteously between every man
and his brother, and the stranger that is with him.' "
Deuteronomy 1:16

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Anonymous said...

thanks, I found this very helpful

Anonymous said...

By your guys definition of "radical" just about any judge applying the law as it stands fits that description; you people are crazy and thank someone we live in America! And not some Christian-Nazi like state you all would like to have.

Anonymous said...

What a hateful site. So glad your not my neighbor!