Archive for January 5th, 2008

Why Chuck Yeager supports Duncan Hunter

Why Chuck Yeager supports Duncan Hunter WorldNetDaily Exclusive CommentaryPosted: January 3, 2008 1:00 a.m. EasternBy Christopher G. Adamo The unfolding 2008 presidential campaigns have brought some unusual names to the forefront of American politicking. Among them, Oprah Winfrey, that citadel of expertise on domestic and foreign affairs, gives her flamboyant support to Sen. Barack Obama, […]

Letter to the Editor Makes Important Point

I happened upon a “Letter to the Editor” by David Lyon (Jan. 4, 2008) in the Courant.com regarding Duncan Hunter and wanted to share an important point made… “In our republic, the role of the media is to provide information to the citizens, so they can select their leaders and help to decide the direction […]

Fred Thompson Announces Endorsement of Citizens for Life

Leading New Hampshire Pro-Life Organization Joins Growing List of Supporters MC LEAN, Va., Jan. 5 /Christian Newswire/ — Today Fred Thompson announced the endorsement of Citizens for Life, the New Hampshire affiliate of the National Right to Life Committee. “Granite State voters like no-nonsense candidates who stand up for their beliefs. Fred Thompson is such […]

Truth Project Lesson 1 – Veritology: What is Truth?

The Truth Project begins by defining truth as “that which corresponds to reality.” This absolute and eternal truth, at the heart of Jesus’ mission on earth, continues to be the focal point of the Cosmic Battle in our own time. Visit www.thetruthproject.org for more information. South Canyon Baptist Church in Rapid City will start the […]

Washington Watch Weekly

Highlights: The Iowa turnout Salvation Army store is sued for requiring workers to speak English Homosexual unions now have legal recognition in New Hampshire, but only 30 couples have taken advantage of it. Cell phone drivers slow down traffic Pope declared that the traditional family is the foundation of world peace And much more… Click […]

Cell Phone Talkers Clog Traffic

I wondered why it seemed there were more idiots on the road these days. Now I know. Cell phone jabber while driving. From the UK Daily Mail: The researchers discovered that while talking on the hands-free phone, motorists drove more slowly, made fewer lane changes, and had slower reactions to the varying traffic conditions. When […]

Super-Germs and Evolution

Answers with Ken Ham Click here to listen From OnePlace.com

HPV Vaccine: A Painful Way to Avoid Responsibility

From MSNBC, it seems the Human Papillomavirus vaccine being offered at taxpayer expense in South Dakota is particularly painful and often causes fainting in the young girls who get it. Officials at Merck & Co., which makes the vaccine, acknowledge the sting. They attribute it partly to the virus-like particles in the shot. Pre-marketing studies […]

British: Sex Ed Backfiring

From the UK Telegraph, the British are facing up to the conclusion that sex education and greater availability of contraceptives is increasing risky behavior: Professor David Paton, an economist at the Nottingham University Business School, said: “The underlying social deprivation of an area, family breakdown rates and religion seems to have a greater effect on […]

Reports of Religious Right’s Death Have Been Greatly Exaggerated

Gerald F. Seib has a piece at the Wall Street Journal which points out that reports of the demise of the Christian Right have been overstated, as evidenced by Mike Huckabee’s win in Iowa. I believe his analysis is balanced and reasonable. Here’s an excerpt: At a minimum, the Iowa results change the conventional wisdom […]

Temperament of Masculinity and Femininity

James Dobson Family Minute Psychologist Dr. James Dobson explains the differences between boys and girls and how to manage those temperaments! Click here to listen From OnePlace.com (Maybe those folks in Maine could use some of this advice?)