Tuesday, June 26, 2007

1 Seat away from VICTORY

While pro-lifers bicker about whether the partial-birth abortion ban was strong enough, let me settle the debate: It wasn't. Will it protect many children? It won't. Was it worth doing? Without a better alternative on the table, it was.

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Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Friday, June 15, 2007

America's favorite terrorists - by Hal Lindsey

Hal says it doesn't matter who the U. S. supports in the current violence in the Gaza strip, (soon to spread to the West Bank). Just like Hamas, Fatah is also determined to eventually destroy Israel. "What should the U.S. do? They should follow Israel's example and get out of the way." Let them kill each other so they aren't killing Israelis!

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Friday, June 8, 2007

interreligious dialogue

A college affiliated with a Christian denomination has appointed to head its religion department a practicing Hindu who believes that some forms of Christian ministry produce violence. Anantanand Rambachan, who has taught religion and philosophy at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minn., since 1985, now will become the first non-Christian to head the religion department in the school's 133-year history. "It's a great honor," Rambachan, a leading figure in Minnesota's Hindu community, told the Minneapolis Star-Tribune. But in an interview with Hinduism Today, he wrote of participating in the Pontifical Council in Rome in 2006. "Last year we met in Rome in a joint consultation with the World Council of Churches to discuss conversion. This was the first meeting of a three-year project to study the issue and to develop an acceptable code of conduct. Certain forms of Christian proselytization have given rise to tension and even violence between some religious communities," he said. "We gathered to share our perspectives on this matter and to consider acceptable and unacceptable ways of sharing our faiths in communities.

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Thursday, June 7, 2007

China exports lead poisoning

From eye shadow to glazed pottery, products pose danger to U.S. kids

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Tuesday, June 5, 2007

I'm suing gayHarmony

This column is a down and dirty look at where we came from, where we are, and where we are going.I'm suing gayHarmony for discrimination. That's right. Because without having checked, I'm certain there isn't a single homosexual site or publication that offers what I'm looking for: A heterosexual pro-life Christian who likes long walks on the beach and wants to help fight unequal justice mandated in the speech-restricting "hate crimes" bill.Those bigoted heterophobes. Before you call the thought police, I don't really think the homosexual publications should be forced to cater to me. But unfortunately, that tolerance is not reciprocated. Lesbian Linda Carlson of San Francisco is suing eHarmony because she can't find a date. They don't offer a category for "lesbian bullies seeking women," so she wants to bully eHarmony until they do. My advice to eHarmony: Stand strong for your freedom of conscience or you'll invite a whole new batch of lawsuits from: The Mary Kay LeTerneau's of the world because there's no "teachers seeking students" category; The Pete the Pedophiles – for age discrimination (no "men seeking children" category); Chris the Cross Dresser – because there's no category for cross dressers (and whatever they seek), leading people online to believe that he's just a very ugly woman.Our next category is attacking private business owners. That's nothing new for the homosexual activists. Scott Brockie was fined because he didn't want to print homosexual propaganda; he's $170,000 in debt for his religious beliefs.

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Sunday, June 3, 2007

I.R.S. to Church, Shut Up.,

This is a story about I.R.S. jack booted thugs with the power of the U.S. Government trying to intimidate a church minding it's business. A Christian church in Kansas has told the Internal Revenue Service that it will not stop teaching and preaching God's Word, "even if it relates to contemporary issues in the world," after the federal agency demanded answers to 31 questions about its beliefs and warned about "political" activity. Spirit One Christian Center Pastor Mark Holick told WND that the IRS, perhaps, should brush up on the freedoms assured U.S. citizens regarding religion and speech before making such demands in the future. An announcement about the IRS crackdown on moral statements by the church He said the issues the church addressed – and will continue to address – concern issues that the Bible addresses, such as killing and protecting the defenseless. The response came to a series of questions from the IRS questioning whether the church was involved in "political" activity. In specific, Holick said, the IRS cited a sign that read: "Sebelius accepted $300,000.00 from abortionist Tiller, price of 1000 babies." But that, he said, was just part of a responsibility on the part of a Christian church to comment on abortion, a red-hot topic in the church's home city of Wichita. That's also the location of the abortion business of George Tiller, whose political connections in Kansas have been documented by Operation Rescue, a pro-life organization, and reported by WND.

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