Be prepared, this may go on for a while. But if you enjoy sex and sexuality, there may be some threats lurking out there where you least expect them. A non-sex-related headline in The Washington Post this morning caught my eye. As I was reading the story, an organization was mentioned, then the founder... "Dr." D. James Kennedy, founder of Coral Ridge Ministries - and also The Alliance Defense Fund (the group in the news), The Center for Christian Statesmanship, and The Center for Reclaiming America for Christ. For those of you who don't know of Coral Ridge Ministries, it is a televangelical front, basically a fund-raising monster machine to promote fundamentalist political action. It, and its offshoot groups, and its affiliates, are playing upon peoples' beliefs and fears, using distorted facts and completely fabricated "data." It insidiously promotes many of the hate-based philosophies of other groups such as Westboro Baptist Church. Insidious? Yes, because it quietly does its work, without the in-your-face hellfire-and-brimstone militant tactics of Westboro, thereby garnering more trust, acceptance, and tolerance. "Dr." Kennedy's Center for Christian Statesmanship sponsors monthly "luncheons", in the Cannon Caucus Room (part of the US Capitol Complex)... yes, ladies and gentlemen, they do use the House of Representatives office building for these meetings. This has been going on, monthly, since 1998. And the agenda being presented obviously reflects the interests of the Coral Ridge Ministries and its affiliates. Those affiliates include, but are not limited to: Citizens for Preservation of Constitutional Rights Community Defense Council Corporate Resource Council Advocates International Americans United for Life American Liberties Institute Christian Law Association Christian Legal Society, Center for Law and Religious Freedom Federalist Society Focus on Family Family Research Council Concerned Women for America James Madison Center for Free Speech Judicial Watch DOMA Watch Justice Fellowship Liberty Legal Institute Many of these do, indeed, sound enticing. But their mission statements tell a different story than the names tell. I put three of those in bold print, because they are especially well-funded, especially anti-rights political action groups. Most of these organizations get their funding by playing on the religious sympathies of their victims. Most of their agendae include getting religion into law, local all the way up to federal. At the top of the list for all these groups is to completely dismantle any vestiges of seperation of church and state. If you value your right to choose your sex partner(s), or surf the web freely, you absolutely must know what is going on behind the scenes. If you don't look at any other websites, Please Please Please at least look at www.cwfa.org or http://www.family.org or http://www.frc.org or http://www.alliancedefensefund.org . This is no small movement. They do not want you to have the right to choose much of anything. They want their religion to be your law. Do you?