Broadcast from Nashville, Tennessee, but can be heard on-line.
We told you about the hunt for a brave governor willing to defend the Constitution here last Thursday. The hunt continues.
States like Tennessee, Alabama, Kentucky and others, CAN stop refugee resettlement in their states.
In case you haven’t seen the article, Breitbart reported last week, that the Thomas Moore Law Center has been working since June on a lawsuit to challenge the constitutionality of the federal refugee program as it is being implemented in states like Tennessee, Kentucky, Alabama and others.
Erin Mersino, senior trial lawyer from the public interest firm, the Thomas Moore Law Center will talk about this on the Ralph Bristol radio show, Monday December 7th at 9:05 A.M. EST/ 8:05 CST.
The Thomas More Law Center defends and promotes America’s Judeo-Christian heritage and moral values, including the religious freedom of Christians, time-honored family values, and the sanctity of human life. It supports a strong national defense and an independent and sovereign United States of America. The Law Center accomplishes its mission through litigation, education, and related activities. It does not charge for its services.
They will represent your state at no charge.
You can listen to the Ralph Bristol show and learn more about how the lawyers at the Thomas Moore Law Center are prepared to stand up to the federal government and defend your states’ rights.
Listen online to the show: http://pro.wwtn-fm.tritonflex.com/page.php?page_id=151 or tune in to WWTN, 99.7 FM.
Meanwhile, according to Michael Patrick Leahy at Breitbart, it looks like Tennessee Republican Governor Bill Haslam is not going to be that brave man.
Is yours a Wilson-Fish alternative state? Why not see if radio programs in others of these states would do an interview with the Thomas More Law Center (if I can be so bold as to offer them!). You need to build grassroots pressure on governors of these states (it only takes one) to be the plaintiff in this all important Constitutional test!