Orly’s web site has taken on a decidedly evangelical tone of late with two feature articles:
Dear Orly: May the Good Lord Bless and Keep you safe and of sound mind for the task you are undertaking. Just like our First Real President George Washington knelt before his battle with the English Crown at our country’s beginning,
PRAY led by the HOLY SPIRIT TO:
1) Set an impenetrable angelic hedge of protection around District Judge David O. Carter, and attorney Orly Taitz.
2) Confound, and bind the enemy with the light of God through Christ Jesus in us, that the darkness in their false case will be completely exposed to the nation!
3) Deal swiftly when the enemy steps out of these bounds, bind their tongues.
… This is a link to George Washington’s Prayer Journal
The link to the prayer journal is not working, but you can pick it up here. The only extant source for the journal is its inclusion in a work by William J. Johnson: George Washington, the Christian (New York: The Abingdon Press, New York & Cincinnati, 1919). It has been a number of years since I researched this topic, but my conclusion the last time around was that the GW Prayer Journal is pious fraud. Most mentions of the Prayer Journal on the Internet are found on conservative Christian web sites like this one. Contrary views are found here and here, here, here, here and background here. I put many links to the “anti” side because they are frankly hard to find. Now here’s an interesting statistic, how many Google hits for: “Washington’s prayer journal” Obama? The answer is 6,650. Add “kenya” and you still get 109. Do you see a pattern here?
[Note: I have started including hyperlinks to Orly's web site again, now that the Google malware warning has stopped. I would still recommend running up to date antivirus and anti-malware software when visiting any Internet site (even this one).]