FCACC members are united only by our common experience and belief that the Court system is corrupt. The only people not welcome are those pretending the system is honest and fair.
More than anything, we are here to support each other. All of us have been wounded by the Court system, and we all need each other. Of course you should try to get as much out of FCACC as possible, but you should also try to put as much back in. You know, pay it forward.
We are non-partisan. We accept men and women, straights and gays, progressives and conservatives, libertarians and socialists. We even accept authoritarians and anarchists. We accept pro-vaxxers and anti-vaxxers, pro-choice and pro-life, dutiful taxpayers and radical conspiracy theorists. As long as you are committed to doing what your heart tells you is the right thing, then you are welcome.
Reasonable people can disagree, especially about a deep, serious problem like Court Corruption. We allow discussion and debate, as long as it is (a) related to Court Corruption, and (b) respectful.
We do not allow trolling and personal attacks. If you do not know the difference between respectful disagreement vs. trolling, then please learn the difference before engaging.
The Hosts of FCACC, in their sole discretion, reserve the right to take appropriate measures against members who make personal attacks or cause trouble, including (a) warning you, (b) suspending your account for a period of time, and (c) banning you.