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Your Civil Liberties are not Red or Blue. They are Red, White, AND Blue. We are living in a time of the politization of everything. Civil Liberties Organizations with deeply partisan approaches are in fact not fighting for your Civil Liberties, they are fighting for partisan policies that perpetuate the “great divide” in our country and thus rarely take well-reasoned and sensible stances on issues that matter to the people. Taking a partisan stance on Civil Liberties is an attack on Civil Liberties itself and antithetical to what the Founders intended when they were created. The AFCLF takes on issues at the top of the public consciousness from full reasoned, transpartisan perspective with a position rooted solely in the defense of our rights and freedoms, and explicitly not supporting a political ideology.

America is unique. It is the only country in the world founded upon with a separation of church and state while concurrently and explicitly integrating God into nearly everything, from our national anthem, constitution, currency, slogans, buildings, etc. America, founded upon a protestant ethic, also reflected God’s inclusiveness in the well known concept of the separation of church and state. This was intended to prevent our government from endorsing a single religion or faith. It does not, however, relinquish God as highest power, which is not to be confused with a particular religion as the existence and power of God is a universal principle in nearly all forms of world religion. Not only did the Founding fathers integrate God permanently into the American Fabric, centuries of our two-party system continued to acknowledge and perpetuate the fundamental understanding that God is present, real, and integral to a free and democratic society.

America is unique. It is the only country in the world founded upon with a separation of church and state while concurrently and explicitly integrating God into nearly everything, from our national anthem, constitution, currency, slogans, buildings, etc. America, founded upon a protestant ethic, also reflected God’s inclusiveness in the well known concept of the separation of church and state. This was intended to prevent our government from endorsing a single religion or faith. It does not, however, relinquish God as highest power, which is not to be confused with a particular religion as the existence and power of God is a universal principle in nearly all forms of world religion. Not only did the Founding fathers integrate God permanently into the American Fabric, centuries of our two-party system continued to acknowledge and perpetuate the fundamental understanding that God is present, real, and integral to a free and democratic society.

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Big Tech Censorship: 

The largest Government-sponsored 1st Amendment violations of our time.

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Woke-Mobs are manipulating corporations, universities, and tech companies into actions that threaten our society, ruin careers and lives…

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FORCED COVID VACCINATIONS

My Body My Choice, RIGHT?  WRONG!  Many Universities and Corporations are starting to force their students and workforce to …

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IDEALOGICAL DISCRIMINATION:

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