Conservatives Are Not Wife Beaters

by William J. Federer

As there is a growing movement for liberal judges to allow immigrants to move into communities and practice their own set of clandestine laws, it may be in the best interest of those groups wanting to preserve traditional American freedoms to adopt into their rules and bylaws “A Resolution for Protecting the Innocent”:

Membership will not be extended to anyone who espouses, promotes or defends beliefs and traditions which are antithetical to the freedoms, equality and spirit of the Declaration of Independence, “…all men are created equal,” and the original Republican Party Platform of 1856, which stated as its purpose: “…to prohibit those twin relics of barbarism – polygamy and slavery.”

A person is excluded from membership if they espouse a political system which allows even one of the following:

  • Beating a Wife – espousing a system or tradition that allows a man to beat his wife if she disobeys him.
  • Polygamy – espousing a system or tradition that allows a man to have more than one wife.
  • Punishment for Rape – espousing a system or tradition which whips, stones or inflicts corporal punishment on a woman who has been a victim of rape.
  • Dress – espousing a system or tradition in which a woman not wearing a particular dress or covering in public is subject to discrimination, threats and violence.
  • Sex Slavery – espousing a system or tradition which allows involuntary marriages.
  • Age of Consent – espousing a system or tradition that allows men to marry a girl who is under the age of consent.Divorce – espousing a system or tradition which facilitates men divorcing their wives without due process of law, such as by simply saying “I divorce you.”
  • Alimony – espousing a system or tradition which denies alimony to a woman who has been divorced.
  • Visiting Rights – espousing a system or tradition which denies a woman who has been divorced access to her own children.
  • Kidnapping of Children – espousing a system or tradition which allows a father to take a woman’s children to another country which has laws denying her rights to her own children.
  • No Equality for Women – espousing a system or tradition which teaches that men are more equal than women before the law.
  • Name Calling – espousing a system or tradition which calls any race of people “apes or pigs” or women who are not covered “whores”.
  • Death Threats – espousing a system or tradition that issues death threats on someone for leaving their faith community.
  • Killing of Wives & Children – espousing a system or tradition which effectively provides cover for a man to kill his wife or children who embarrass him before his faith community.
  • Corporal Punishment – espousing a system or tradition that cuts off parts of a person’s body as punishment for a crime.
  • No Honesty – espousing a system or tradition that advocates lying to gain access into a group, then using their membership and financial contributions to subvert the group into not opposing their clandestine laws.
  • Genocide – espousing a system or tradition that advocates exterminating ethnic groups, such as Jews and the State of Israel.
  • Pledge of Allegiance – espousing a system or tradition which disdains or discourages American citizens from pledging allegiance to the flag of the United States of America.

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William J. Federer is a best-selling author of America’s God and Country Encyclopedia of Quotations, and Three Secular Reasons Why America Should Be Under God, available at www.AmericanMinute.com

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