Reader input: Removing Religious Liberties from the public

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From 1923 until 1925, Earl Warren was Chief Deputy District Attorney and from
1925 until 1939, District Attorney for Alameda County. From 1939 until 1943, he was Attorney General of California, and from 1943 until 1953, he was Governor of California.

During Warren’s fourteen years as Attorney General and Governor of California, the State became one of the most concentrated areas of activities for the Communist Party.

Dwight Eisenhower a (CFR) Council on Foreign Relation member appointed Warren as Chief Justice of the United States, which he assumed office on October 5, 1953.

The Warren Court had undermined the investigative power and authority of the House Committee on Un-American Activities and virtually mutilated the nation’s most important internal security legislations, the Smith Act and the McCarren Walter Act. On June 17, 1957 (“Red Monday”), the Warren Court made three such obviously pro-Communist decisions that Dorothy Healey, a Communist Party spokesman, hailed them by saying: “This is the greatest victory the Communist Party ever had.” The Communist  Daily Worker called the decision “Liberty Rulings”  and “a milestone for Democracy.”

President Lyndon Johnson appointed Warren to head the President’s Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy. The Warren Commission remains as controversial as any report ever offered by any governmental group. Much of the evidence gathered remains totally secretive.

Earl Warren removed the moral foundation of this nation when he removed prayer from public schools.

Education expert William Jeynes said, “One can argue, and some have, that the decision by the Supreme Court – in a series of three decisions back in 1962 and 1963 – to remove Bible and prayer from our public schools, may be the most spiritually significant event in our nation’s history over the course of the last 55 years,”

Rev. Duane L. Wildie, Roseville