Is the ACLU really Anti-Christian above all else or is it merely pro-civil liberties? Check out the following cases: ACLU of Louisiana Files Lawsuit to Protect Free Speech Rights of Christian Protestor http://www.aclu.org/freespeech/protest/27266prs20061027.html ACLU Supports Right of Iowa Students to Distribute Christian Literature at School http://www.aclu.org/studentsrights/religion/12811prs20020711.html ACLU of Rhode Island Files Appeal on Behalf of Christian Prisoner Barred from Preaching at Religious Services http://www.aclu.org/religion/frb/23445prs20060112.html After ACLU Intervention on Behalf of Christian Valedictorian, Michigan High School Agrees to Stop Censoring Religious Yearbook Entries http://www.aclu.org/studentsrights/expression/12845prs20040511.html ACLU of Michigan Defends Catholic Man Coerced to Convert to Pentecostal Faith in Drug Rehab Program http://www.aclu.org/religion/govtfunding/22354prs20051206.html Shucks. After I really read some of the cases involving civil liberties, the ACLU, and Christianity, it is clear to me that the ACLU is not necessarily anti-Christian no matter what some right-wing extremist Christians organizations would want you to believe. Oh, no. A group like the ACLU finds that a non-Christian is treated unfairly, runs to the non-Christians side and all hell breaks loose thanks to the 700 Club and the ACLJ. LOL.