Greetings MRFF Supporters!
Mikey Weinstein, reporting for duty! May has been an amazing month for the Military Religious Freedom Foundation and we don't intend to halt our forward-momentum by any means. This month, not only the nation but the world itself took the time to solemnly commemorate the 66th anniversary of the victory of Allied forces over Nazism, whose military carried out their unholy mission under the slogan Gott mit uns ("God with us"). In addition, this past weekend we also celebrated Armed Forces Day and this coming Monday we salute those who fell while defending our inviolable freedoms. We at MRFF aren't opposed to marking the occasion with barbecues and pool parties, but in order to truly honor the brave men and women in our armed forces we must steadfastly defend their Constitutionally-guaranteed religious civil rights with deliberate, consistent activism. "May 21st Judgment Day" or not, we're going to keep on fighting the fundamentalist Dominionist forces who are attempting to force-feed our troops their dangerous and oppressive bigotry which undermines the core Constitutional principles of our nation.
As one would expect, not everyone is appreciative of our ongoing struggle to safeguard our constitution from the forces of intolerance: with attacks ranging from the usual anti-semitic, typo-ridden filth ("it's difficult to convince some creatures that their part in God's plan involves an oven,"), to invitations to "confess MRFF's countless sins of evil work", the malicious hate mail and phone calls et al keep on coming fast and furious. These, and innumerable other, examples of undistilled spite only serve to significantly buttress our collective MRFF resolve and clearly provide the useful purpose of reinforcing our commitment to the defense of our Constitutionally guaranteed rights from our sadly ignorant and hateful enemies.
However, it would be uncharacteristic of MRFF to concentrate solely on petty "fire and brimstone"; our 6th Annual MRFF Awards Luncheon (held in gorgeous Albuquerque, New Mexico) was an outstanding success! With a great turnout of passionate freedom-supporters and a prestigious roster of talented guests and stellar awardees, our 2011 Thomas Jefferson Awards presentation and the proud unveiling of our first annual John Adams Award for Pro Bono Legal Support could not have run any more smoothly. Extra-special thanks are due to our truly distinguished honorees, not only for their stirring words but also for their tireless efforts to defend foundational American religious freedom.
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