National Emergency Coalition
On our next NEC conference call

Tuesday, March 10 at 12:00 PM
Dial-In Number: 712-432-0900
Access Code: 199176#

J. Christian Adams, Founder
Election Law Center Virginia

J. Christian Adams served in the Voting Section at the US Department of Justice from 2005 to 2010. He is the author of the New York Times bestseller,
Injustice: Exposing the Racial Agenda of the Obama Justice Department. Adams, who has represented multiple presidential campaigns in election litigation, continues to litigate election law cases throughout the United States. He brought the first private party litigation under the 1993 National Voter Registration Act, resulting in the cleanup of corrupted voter rolls and successfully litigated the first case brought under the Voting Rights Act in U.S. v. Ike Brown, in the Southern District of Mississippi, a landmark case involving discrimination against a white minority. He received the DOJ's Justice Award for outstanding service and numerous other DOJ performance awards. Prior to his service at DOJ, Adams served as General Counsel to the SC Secretary of State. He serves as legal editor at, is a frequent commentator on FOX News, and has appeared at National Review, Breitbart, the Washington Examiner, American Spectator, Washington Times and other publications.

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Dear Patriot,


On Friday in a radio interview, President Obama said that Ferguson is "not an isolated incident," and that a big chunk of the problems that remain are "dealing with civil rights and civil liberties in respect to law enforcement." Despite the President's comments, however, we know that the biggest problem is not protecting civil rights, but promoting civil responsibility and addressing the problem of black-on-black and urban violence. The President's remarks are an obvious dodge after having prejudged the Michael Brown case.


Relations with law enforcement are not as good as they could be because of demagoguery by Eric Holder. Yes, those relationships can be improved, but through leadership that brings law enforcement together with the communities they police. Unfortunately, Obama, Holder, and Sharpton have formed an unholy alliance to attack law enforcement. They are clearly engaged in a war on cops.


To the President's assertion that deporting illegal immigrant minors is not "true to the spirit" of Selma and equating the battle over illegal immigration to Selma is ridiculous. What about the father of Jamiel Shaw Jr.? His son was shot and killed by an illegal immigrant. The shooter who had been released from jail after a gun charge, had been instructed to kill a black person as part of a gang initiation. He was a beneficiary of the Dream Act, but Obama's dream is the Shaw family's nightmare.


Attorney J. Christian Adams, Founder of the Election Law Center Virginia will be joining us for this week's conference call to to discuss Eric Holder and the Obama administration engaging in racial politics in the justice system, and ignoring the principle of impartiality.


Join us this Tuesday March 10, 2015 at 12:00 PM EST for our National Emergency Coalition conference call.


Dial-In Number: 712-432-0900
Access Code: 199176#


As always, thank you for your love of country and your support of STAND.  We look forward to your participation on Tuesday's call.

For God and Country,


E.W. Jackson
President,  STAND


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