Archive for May 7th, 2007

No Anti-Christian Hostility Among Elites?

From NewsMax: A tenured college professor is set to be fired for simply sending out an e-mail to colleagues containing George Washington’s “Thanksgiving Day Proclamation of 1798.” Already professor Walter Kehowski at Glendale Community College in Arizona has been placed on forced administrative leave and the school’s chief has recommended his termination. On Nov. 22, […]

What Picture Does this Paint? (May 8, 2007) reported that Emilio Gonzales’ hearing (scheduled for today) is postponed due to several witnesses being unable to appear. Within the report, the Statesman mentions the guardian and makes this comment, “Helman, an Austin lawyer, is to report on whether Emilio’s mother’s wishes — to keep her terminally ill son alive at […]

No Milquetoast Christians Here has a story and video about some Christian students who were suspended for wearing t-shirts at school that told the truth about homosexuality. Instead of wilting like flowers as many Christians do these days, they protested in front of the school principal’s church (“You teach the Bible in your church and censor the Bible […]

Capital Punishment on the Decline

Another sign that our society no longer has the will to see justice done, and no longer places the proper value on human life. According to the Omaha World-Herald, capital punishment is on the decline: LINCOLN – Capital punishment is legal in 38 states. But the death penalty has been used less and less in […]

Starbucks: Pro-Homosexual, Anti-God

From WorldNetDaily, here’s what was printed on the side of a cup of coffee a woman in Ohio received: “Why in moments of crisis do we ask God for strength and help? As cognitive beings, why would we ask something that may well be a figment of our imaginations for guidance? Why not search inside […]

Dirty Dancing, Indeed

ON THE CHURCH AND SOCIETY By Raymond J. Keating Nostalgia just ain’t what it used to be. That’s clear from the flurry of activity surrounding the fact that the 1987 movie “Dirty Dancing” marks its twentieth anniversary in May. Various theaters across the country showed the film on May 1 and 2. A new DVD […]

South Dakotans should not be proud of this statistic

By Gordon Garnos AT ISSUE: Statistics seem to always make the news, but they don’t always make interesting reading. Some statistics about South Dakota is good news. Unfortunately, a recent statistic about our state’s prison population was both interesting and newsy, if I may use such a word. Oh, why not. It’s in the dictionary. […]

We’re Not Equipped for Playing God

THE WORLD HAS GONE MAD By Carrie K. Hutchens We use to convict nurses and doctors and anyone else, who participated in “mercy killing”. We use to feel that it was not their decision to make, much less their authority to carry it out. So, what was considered unacceptable and illegal then — we now […]