Archive for August 30th, 2007

Craig’s Faux Apologists Encourage Lowest Denominator

While some are predictably making the most politically of Senator Larry Craig’s arrest for soliciting homosexual acts, others are just as predictably using it as a vehicle to further legitimize an immoral and unhealthy lifestyle. From MSNBC: They view his case as a prime example of hypocrisy — a man who furtively engaged in same-sex […]

Iraq WMDs Found…In UN HQ

From Reuters today: United Nations officials found vials of dangerous chemicals, which had been removed from Iraq a decade ago, in a U.N. building in New York, but U.N. officials said on Thursday there was no danger. The FBI was called in to help remove the substances. Saddam had WMDs a decade ago…but he refused […]

Illegals Busted in Ohio

This is how you do it: you make the effort. We’ll never get the millions of illegals deported if we don’t start somewhere…and finally we’re starting. From Reuters: U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement said more than 160 employees were arrested at a Koch Foods Inc. chicken plant in Fairfield, Ohio, on Tuesday as part of […]

A Message from Cynthia Stocklaufer

Just wanted to give you a quick update. Gary had surgery on Friday. He is now home and doing well. Now we have one more family member to get home and that is Baby Max. We are praying that the courts will grant us a rehearing soon. Everyday he is not here is another day […]

Kill a Tree, Save the Planet

Dr. Patrick Moore, co-founder of GreenPeace, says in an op/ed for the Vancouver Sun that we should put science before Hollywood hype. He’s specifically referring to Leonardo DiCaprio’s “The 11th Hour,” the latest science fiction movie trying to pass itself off as a documentary. Moore debunks a number of myths embraced by the tree huggers: […]

Mention Your Faith = Lose Your Diploma

How sad that so many who are in charge of teaching our children haven’t the slightest clue what the United States Constitution, the highest law of our country, says. From Before graduation in May 2006, Principal Mark Brewer informed the valedictorians that they could choose one student to speak, or that all of them […]

Re-hearing Denied in Missouri Adoption Case

By Carrie K. Hutchens I was reading an article today that suggested that the guardian ad litem has filed motions blocking the adoptive efforts in the Stocklaufer – Baby Max case. I also read that the judge isn’t allowing a new hearing. Is this all true? If so, then the question “WHY?” becomes one that […]