Contact: Don Feder, 508-405-1337
WASHINGTON, April 29 /Christian Newswire/ -- Twenty organizations are sponsoring the No Political Profiling ads (www.NoPoliticalProfiling.com) demanding the removal of Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano for the department's recent report "Rightwing Extremism," which smears veterans, gun owners, pro-lifers and immigration-reform advocates, among others.
Current sponsors include: American Family Association, Religious Freedom Coalition, Let Freedom Ring, United States Justice Foundation, Faith2Action, Georgia Christian Alliance, Population Research Institute, Vision America, American Decency Association, Americans for Truth, AFA of Pennsylvania, Center for Security Policy, Coalition for Urban Renewal and Education, Eagle Forum of Alabama, Federal Intercessors, Legacy Church (Albuquerque, NM), Liberty Counsel, Move America Forward, Operation Rescue, Reclaiming Oklahoma for Christ, Take Back Our Country and Traditional Values Coalition.
The color ad is running in today's Washington Times. (click here to see the ad), also as a full-page ad The Washington Times Weekly edition. The No Political Profiling Coalition is currently raising the funds to place the ad in other major newspapers.
The ad demands Napolitano's removal , retraction of the report, and an apology from President Barack Obama.
Coalition Chairman Janet Folger Porter (who hosts a nationally syndicated daily talk show and is the president of Faith2Action) observed: "If we don't speak out against this unconscionable attack on law-abiding citizens now, the left will use it to discredit everything we do from this point forward."
Porter added: "Those who care about freedom are urged to sign our petition at www.nopoliticalprofiling.com/demand.php?eurl=-1. Organizations interested in sponsoring future ads are asked to contact Don Feder at 508-405-1337 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The ad can be viewed by clicking here. For more information or to schedule an interview with Porter, contact Don Feder (above).