Archive for May 31st, 2007

Media Blackout on al-Qaeda Torture

From the Media Research Center: ALEXANDRIA, VA—The U.S. Defense Department released photos last week of an al-Qaeda torture chamber in Iraq, which showed various torture tools—blow torches, meat cleavers, hammers, drills, metal files—drawings of torture methods, and photos of actual victims found in another house in Karmah who had been burned, mutilated, and tortured in […]

Approval of Homosexuality at All-Time High

LifeSite.net points to a new Gallup poll showing “tolerance” for homosexuality at an all-time high. Why the change? This excerpt contains much of the answer: American Gallup Poll results, released this morning, indicate that tolerance of homosexuality within the United States has reached a record high. According to the Poll, since 1977 public support of […]

No Positive Mention of Marriage

It’s going to be one of them days, I think… From This Is London: Academics are calling for teachers to be banned from promoting marriage in the classroom. They say homosexuality must be given equal status to stop the spread of “bigoted” attitudes in schools and university campuses. Current Government guidance on sex education says […]

Say Homosexuality is Wrong=Inciting Violence

This is the kind of stuff you get with “hate crime” laws such as was passed by the U.S. House (and voted for by Rep. Stephanie Herseth Sandlin) recently. From LifeSite.net: BELFAST, Northern Ireland, May 30, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Irish Democrat Ian Paisley Jr. is being investigated for a “breach of his ministerial pledge of […]

The Case for Action Against Iran

Norman Podhoretz makes the case at the Wall Street Journal Opinion Journal for bombing Iran. It’s a lengthy read, but worth it. Check out these paragraphs to whet your appetite, then go read the whole article: Much of the world has greeted Ahmadinejad’s promise to wipe Israel off the map with something close to insouciance. […]

The Heart of a Good Man

The book from which I read my daily devotions featured a penetrating quote today from the Russian writer Ivan Turgenev: I do not know what the heart of a bad man is like, but I do know what the heart of a good man is like, and it is terrible. As someone who frequently examines […]

Opening the Whole Can

Looks like Pat Powers over at the South Dakota War College just opened the whole can of whoop-stuff on former state senator Stan Adelstein. Go check it out, but watch for flying chairs and beer bottles.