Archive for January 8th, 2008

Seeing Through the Lies about Lethal Injection

Debra J. Saunders at the San Francisco Chronicle has a piece on the case before the Supreme Court arguing that execution by lethal injection is “cruel and unusual” based on the contention that these convicted murderers might feel some pain as they meet justice. Saunders sheds some scientific light on these thin arguments: Start with […]

NBC Admits to Some Bias

From Media Bistro: NBC’s Brian Williams took to MSNBC today at noon and had this to say: WILLIAMS: I interviewed Lee Cowan, our reporter who covers Obama, while we were out yesterday and posted the interview on the web. Lee says it’s hard to stay objective covering this guy. Courageous for Lee to say, to […]

Occult Killing in Sioux City

From the Sioux City Journal via the Drudge Report: Two girls found dead in a smoke-filled house Sunday were the victims of a ritual slaying, police said Monday. Their stepfather, Lawrence Douglas Harris Sr., 25, has been arrested and charged with two counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of Kendra Suing, 10, and Alysha […]

Huckabee Wants to Stop Anchor Babies

The Washington Times is reporting that Mike Huckabee wants to “amend the Constitution to prevent children born in the U.S. to illegal aliens from automatically becoming American citizens.” I think this is a great idea, and I join Huckabee in advocating this. The article isn’t specific on the parameters of such an amendment, but I […]

Lakota Leaders Repudiate Secession Claims

The Rapid City Journal has an article today (it looks like it’s been pulled from the online edition) about two tribal leaders who reject the idea of Native secession with which Russell Means and a few other Native American activists made a splash a few weeks ago. “Our Grandfathers fought and died for these treaties; […]

Family News in Focus 01-08-08

Supreme Court refused to hear case on Michigan’s partial birth abortion ban Atheists angry over a moment of silence Homosexual-friendly “doctrine” becoming more prolific throughout American churches Pro-family groups have been praying for New Hampshire primary Click here to listen From

NewsBusted 129: Huckabee vs. Romney, Hillary’s likeability

NewsBusted is a comedy webcast about the news of the day, uploaded every Tuesday and every Friday.

You Can’t Fool Mother Nature

BreakPoint – Chuck Colson and Mark Earley Click here to listen From

Failing to Learn the Lessons of Prohibition

WorldNetDaily founder Joseph Farah says we have failed to learn “the lessons of Prohibition.” One lesson every American claims to have learned is that Prohibition was wrong, a mistake, a sad chapter in U.S. history when the government tried to deny citizens something they wanted. But I’m not at all sure what lesson Americans actually […]

Aborigines Slaughtered in the Name of Evolution

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Iranian/U.S. Incident

Defense officials are working with the White House and the State Department to determine an appropriate response to Sunday’s confrontation between U.S and Iranian ships.

Are Lethal Injections Cruel and Unusual?

From Fox News, the Supreme Court is looking at the constitutionality of lethal injections. For most people with common sense, it’s a no-brainer. But liberals must always anguish over punishing wrongdoers and worry that they might feel some discomfort as they receive their punishment for murdering an innocent human being. From a purely constitutional perspective, […]

Legal Force

Renewing Your Mind What is government? Does it have the right to force you do what you do not want to do? Learn about the fundamental role of government. Click here to listen From