LOS ANGELES -- Just three days before the nation's midterm elections,
conservative politicians, authors and legal experts will lead a National March For Justice anti-Clinton rally near the White House in Washington.
Featured speakers include Dr. Alan Keyes, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations and a WorldNetDaily columnist; Larry Klayman, chairman of Judicial Watch; Gary Aldrich, author of "Unlimited Access"; Lucianne
Goldberg, literary agent; Jonah Goldberg, a journalist at National Review; and Dr. Paul M. Fick, author of "The Dysfunctional President."
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The rally is sponsored by the influential grass-roots group Web site www.FreeRepublic.com, and its founder, Jim Robinson. FreeRepublic, based in Fresno, is a two-year-old organization of Internet users who communicate through the Web site, a not-for-profit enterprise that encourages people to
exercise their free-speech rights.
"The 'March For Justice' is intended to raise public awareness about President Clinton's disgraceful actions while in office and, ultimately, to help serve as a catalyst that results in his removal," Jim Robinson said.
More than 120,000 people visit the FreeRepublic Web site each day and the numbers are growing rapidly. The political views expressed by the majority of participants are associated with the goal of rooting out corruption in government, though there is no censorship and all views are permitted.
"I'm just a private citizen who is completely fed-up with corruption in Washington and the federal government over-stepping its bounds," Robinson said. "Every year, we lose more of our freedom through legislation and Executive Order," he added. "Enough is enough."