Archive for July 11th, 2008

Right to Life Contest Winner: Personhood is Relative in Postmodern World

Reprinted by permission of The Christian Post By Eric YoungChristian Post ReporterFri, Jul. 11 2008 11:57 AM EDT A high school senior from Georgia won the National Right to Life oratory competition this past weekend, emphasizing in his speech how abortion “is but a branch to the Post Modernist root.” “They cannot say that an […]

Homosexual, Pro-Family Panelists Share Feelings on Marriage, Faith

Reprinted by permission of The Christian Post By Michelle A. VuChristian Post ReporterFri, Jul. 11 2008 11:10 AM EDT WASHINGTON – The issue of same-sex “marriage” provokes strong emotions and actions on both sides of the debate with little common ground seemingly to be found. But on Thursday the beginning of an unlikely understanding appeared […]

The Race Card is Unnecessary for Hope and Change

By Marie Jon’ Let us be extremely wary when we ask for “change.” The Democrat Party is guilty of injecting race into the presidential campaign. America is no longer a racist country, and Americans are deeply offended when it is portrayed as such. These accusations and the apprehension tied to them have been insidiously worked […]

Does Barack Obama Speak 50 Languages?

GUEST COLUMN BY ANTON KAISER Why should we worry about immigrants learning to speak English, Barack Obama tells us. Instead, “You should be thinking about how can your child become bilingual.” What is it about learning to contort and twist the tongue, in harmony with guttural and melodic sounds, that supposedly would make American children […]

The Immutable Law

American Minute from William J. Federer He intentionally fired into the air, but his political rival, Aaron Burr, took deadly aim and fatally shot him in a duel JULY 11, 1804. Born in the West Indies, he fought in the Revolution and was aide-de-camp to General Washington. He helped write the Constitution and convinced States […]

Group Honors Pro-Life Heroes

Reprinted by permission of The Christian Post By Lawrence JonesChristian Post ReporterThu, Jul. 10 2008 12:01 PM EDT A pro-life foundation announced on Tuesday that it plans to give away up to $600,000 in awards to leaders and groups that have significantly advanced the culture of life. The Gerald Health Foundation said it will recognize […]

Brazilian Schools to Get Condom Machines

Reprinted by permission of The Christian Post By Aaron LeichmanChristian Post ReporterThu, Jul. 10 2008 07:31 PM EDTPro-family advocates and critics around the world expressed strong opposition this week after news spread that the nation of Brazil would begin a large scale effort to combat the spread of AIDS and STDs through the installation of […]

Video: U.S. House Candidate Chris Lien on Upcoming ANWR Trip

From the Chris Lien campaign blog, a video explaining why Chris will be going with other U.S. House candidates in a few days to visit the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) in Alaska. Many people (myself included) believe we should be drilling for the oil in ANWR. It could provide much-needed relief in our oil […]

Code Change Allows Veterans in Civilian Clothes to Salute Flag

I know what I’ll be doing the next time I see Old Glory in public: saluting. From the Houston Chronicle: A change in the U.S. flag code now allows both veterans and active servicemen and women to salute the flag without wearing dress attire. President Bush signed the code into law in January. For those […]

Study: Divorce Damages Children Despite Greater Social Acceptance

LifeSiteNews.com points to yet another study proving what we’ve known all along but would really like to forget: divorce harms children. The article examines a British study on the effects of divorce on children, even going so far as to compare the effects in the past when divorce was more socially frowned upon to more […]