Archive for July 16th, 2008

San Francisco Condemns Bible as Hateful, Discriminatory

In a move that may have escaped the attention of most of us when it happened, the city of San Francisco approved a resolution in March 2006 condemning the teachings of the Catholic Church, and ultimately the teachings of the Bible. CNS News reports on a court case involving the resolution, which apparently was in […]

Begging Others to Pay Your Bills

Apparently somebody on the Rapid City council understands the proper role of government. As Rapid City prepares to spend nearly $200,000 just to pay for the design of a new Canyon Lake spillway, disagreements have arisen about how to pay for the project. As reported by the Rapid City Journal, some in city hall are […]

Protest at McDonald’s HQ Over Promotion of Homosexual Agenda

Reprinted by permission of The Christian Post By Alexander J. SheffrinChristian Post ReporterWed, Jul. 16 2008 01:40 PM EDT Christian activist groups are pushing for support outside the worldwide McDonald’s headquarters in Oak Brook, Ill., to bring attention to a boycott against what they said was the chain’s record of continued support and endorsement of […]

Mass. Senate Votes to Export Homosexual ‘Marriage’

Reprinted by permission of The Christian Post By Lawrence JonesChristian Post ReporterWed, Jul. 16 2008 07:57 AM EDT In a move to let non-resident gay couples marry in the state, the Mass. Senate voted on Tuesday to repeal a 1913 law that prohibited couples from obtaining marriage licenses if they couldn’t legally marry in their […]

Religious Group Applauds Sudan Genocide Charge

Reprinted by permission of The Christian Post By Ethan ColeChristian Post ReporterTue, Jul. 15 2008 06:41 PM EDT An ecumenical Christian group applauded the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court for filing genocide charges against Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir on Monday. “We are grateful for Luis Moreno-Ocampo’s courage and moral clarity,” said Faith McDonnell, director […]

This Day in History: Apollo 11 Launch

American Minute from William J. Federer Apollo 11 blasted off from Cape Kennedy JULY 16, 1969, being the first mission to walk on the moon. In Proclamation 3919, President Richard Nixon stated: “Apollo 11 is on its way to the moon. It carries three brave astronauts; it also carries the hopes and prayers of hundreds […]

John McCain Is For Me

By Marie Jon’ While some might be undecided on who to vote for this coming Election Day, for others it’s a no-brainer. Although the news media would like us to believe otherwise, there is still an enormous political gap between the Left and the Right. “Unlimited power is apt to corrupt the minds of those […]

Poll: American Christians Say Religious Freedom Important in Foreign Policy

Reprinted by permission of The Christian Post By Jennifer RileyChristian Post ReporterTue, Jul. 15 2008 06:13 PM EDTA little more than half of American Christians believe religious freedom should be an important factor in making decisions on U.S. foreign policy, according to a new survey released on Monday. While 54 percent of U.S. Christians in […]

America "No Longer a Christian Nation"

My friend and fellow contributor at Dakota Voice, Paul Scates, wrote me this morning asking if I had read anything about a statement that Barrack Obama allegedly made to the effect that we are no longer a Christian nation. This jogged my memory and after a brief search of the Internet I discovered several references […]