Archive for May 21st, 2007

School Conducts Global Warming Carpet Bombing

The Canadian National Post has an article about Al Gore’s environmental thriller “An Inconvenient Truth.” The article says at least one student was shown the fantasy film in four different classes. First it was his world history class. Then he saw it in his economics class. And his world issues class. And his environment class. […]

Jimmy Carter: Insulting His Way Out of a Hole

Somebody must have reminded Jimmy Carter this weekend of what conditions were like during his presidency. From MSNBC: Former President Jimmy Carter on Monday said his comments over the weekend about the Bush administration were “careless.” Carter was quoted Saturday as saying “I think as far as the adverse impact on the nation around the […]

Stand in the Gap 2007 Men’s Event Set for October 6

Event encourages men to pass along a legacy of spiritual faithfulness WASHINGTON, May 17 /Christian Newswire/ — The men of America are being invited to return to the grounds of the Washington Monument in Washington, DC, in less than six months on October 6, 2007 for a sacred gathering of men called Stand in the […]

Warsaw Declaration Issued by World Congress of Families

Sets forth basic pro-family principles May 18 /Christian Newswire/ — At its closing session, the 3,000-plus delegates to World Congress of Families IV (Warsaw, May 11-13) endorsed the Warsaw Declaration – a pro-family credo for the 21st century. With the family under attack in Europe, the United States and elsewhere, delegates felt the urgent need […]

What should be said to a 2007 graduate?

By Gordon Garnos A BRIEF EXPLANATION: Our first grandchild is about to step on the stage to receive his high school diploma. Your grandmother and I are just one set of grandparents among thousands, maybe millions, of grandparents who will or have already witnessed that graduation of their first grandchild. This is a traumatic time […]

Sandra Day O’Connor Reminds Us Why It’s Good She’s Retired

From Retired Justice Sandra Day O’Connor says the Supreme Court should generally follow its prior rulings so the public has confidence that laws do not change just because justices come and go. The Supreme Court should follow precedent like they did when they overruled existing laws against abortion in 1973? The Supreme Court should […]