Archive for July 17th, 2008

Compassionate Liberals Oppose Hospital That Serves Poor

Liberals are the most open and generous people you’ll ever find…when it’s someone else they expect to do the giving. The evidence has been out there for a couple of years now, and it’s pretty overwhelming, that while liberals talk a good “compassion” game, it’s conservatives who do most of the giving. We’ve seen it […]

Confusion About Praying for Confusion

My fellow South Dakota blogger Cory Heidelberger is right when he says he isn’t a theologian. Today he praises the work of a group of people dedicated to continuing the butchery of innocent human life in the womb, innocent human life created in the image of God. In addition for his appreciation of this effort, […]

California High Court Dismissed Marriage Vote Challenge

Reprinted by permission of The Christian Post By Eric YoungChristian Post ReporterThu, Jul. 17 2008 09:25 AM EDT The California Supreme Court unanimously dismissed efforts to throw the California Marriage Protection Act off of the November ballot Wednesday, giving Californians the chance to consider a constitutional amendment that would limit marriage to a union between […]

McCain Clarifies Opposition to Homosexual Adoption

Reprinted by permission of The Christian Post By Ethan ColeChristian Post ReporterWed, Jul. 16 2008 02:39 PM EDT Senator John McCain said he opposes allowing gay couples to adopt children, but his campaign clarified Tuesday that the Republican presidential candidate believes the issue should be left to states to decide following criticisms from gay rights […]

Opposition Continues Against Think Tank Inclusion in Bush Presidential Library

Reprinted by permission of The Christian Post By Angela K. BrownAssociated Press WriterThu, Jul. 17 2008 08:48 AM EDT After a nearly two-year losing battle, some Methodist ministers and professors mounted their final big push Wednesday to try to stop President Bush’s think tank from being built as part of his presidential library complex at […]

To What Everything Temporal Must Be Directed

American Minute from William J. Federer Apostle of the Indies, Bartolome’ de Las Casas,” died JULY 17, 1566. He left Spain in 1502 for the West Indies and later returned to Europe. Then he heard Dominican Father Antonio de Montesinos speak Pentecost Sunday, August 15, 1511, on the verse: “I am a voice crying in […]

Video: Opening Remarks to Ten Persuasive Answers to the Question, ‘Why not gay marriage?’

Ten Persuasive Answers to the Question, ‘Why not gay marriage?’ Opening remarks A video series by Glenn T. Stanton with Focus on the Family.

Video: Introduction to Ten Persuasive Answers to the Question, ‘Why not gay marriage?

An introduction to “Ten Persuasive Answers to the Question, ‘Why not gay marriage?’” A video series by Glenn T. Stanton with Focus on the Family.

Calif. Supreme Court Rejects Challenge to Marriage Amendment Vote

The California Supreme Court has refused to hear a legal challenge to the November vote on the marriage protection amendment by the ACLU and other pro-homosexual activists. According to the Mercury News, the California Supreme Court rejected an appeal to remove from the ballot a measure to once again define marriage as between a man […]

House Candidate Chris Lien Continuing ANWR Trip

I’ve been playing a little phone-tag with U.S. House of Representatives candidate Chris Lien and his Campaign Manager Hugh Weber yesterday and today, so I don’t have the full update I had hoped for. Chris left a voicemail for me this morning stating he was about to fly out of Prudhoe Bay for Barrow and […]