Archive for March 29th, 2007

China Building 93,000-ton Nuclear Aircraft Carrier

From The Hankyoreth: China has been pushing ahead with construction of a mega-sized nuclear-powered aircraft carrier to be completed in 2020, according to a Chinese Communist Party’s dossier. When the nuclear-powered carrier is finished, China will own an aircraft carrier which is on par with the U.S.’s newest of such vessels, the 97,000-ton atomic-powered USS […]

Second Anniversary: Remembering

March 31st will mark the second anniversary of the court ordered death of Terri Schiavo, the disabled Florida woman sentenced to death by starvation and dehydration. A sentence that took 13 days to complete. Thirteen days of torture and unbelievable agony, though someone (Felos) would say he never saw her looking more beautiful than as […]

Man Pays Alimony to a "Man"

What a confused culture we live in. From the Washington Times: Lawrence Roach agreed to pay alimony to the woman he divorced, not the man she became after a sex change, his lawyers argued in an effort to end the payments. I sympathize with the guy, but agree with the judge: Judge Arnold found fault […]

Feinstein: Can you say "nepotism?"

We thought since Democrats were now in charge of Congress, it was going to be come an ethical body? We thought wrong. (Surprised?) From WorldNetDaily: Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., has abruptly walked away from her responsibilities with the Senate Military Construction Appropriations Subcommittee after a report linked her votes to the financial well-being of her […]

Gov’t Hostility Toward Religion: Part II

From WorldNetDaily: A Christian woman is battling a California university and state social agency for terminating her internship because she shared her faith with co-workers during off-hours. I’ll ask again: how does sharing your faith with co-workers after hours constitute “Congress [making a] law respecting an establishment of religion?” Again, I believe this also constitutes […]

Government Hostility Toward Religion

From WorldNetDaily: A lawsuit has been filed in Watertown, N.Y., because the Dulles State Office Building there – and other state buildings – have conference facilities that can be rented by anyone – except churches. Tell me, how does a religious group renting the same space other groups are allowed to rent constitute “Congress [making […]

Dobson on Fred Thompson

Dr. James Dobson of Focus on the Family is catching some flack for supposedly saying Fred Thompson isn’t a Christian. What did he actually say? From US News & World Report: ‘Everyone knows he’s conservative and has come out strongly for the things that the pro-family movement stands for,’ Dobson said of Thompson. ‘[But] I […]

British Navy: Headed for "Coastal Defense Force" Status

This is scary. From Fred Thompson at National Review Online: Blair is threatening to escalate to a “different phase,” but Iran’s leadership knows something that most Americans don’t. Two months ago, Britain’s government announced plans to mothball almost half its naval fleet due to defense-budget cuts. Much of its existing navy is already so degraded; […]

Minn-Dakota Wind Farm Coming

The Argus Leader says a new wind farm is coming to take advantage of some of that abundant South Dakota wind: The state has the best wind power potential in the nation by some measures and no fewer than 21 proposals for new wind farms. But it still has only one major wind complex, built […]

Christian Concerns About Socialized Medicine

From OneNewsNow, Dr. David Stevens of the Christian Medical Association points out some concerns Christians might have under socialized medicine: Christians may have limited recourse with regard to moral and ethical issues in health care coverage after government mandates are in effect. He says that could become a serious concern for believers if they find […]

The Great Global Warming Swindle

Here’s a 75 minute video that Al Gore will find inconvenient. It shows man-made global warming for the sham it is. It was produced by Britain’s Channel 4 but hasn’t aired in the States yet. Thanks to Dr. Walter Williams and WorldNetDaily.