Archive for July 19th, 2008

Forewarned of Repercussions of an Abortion

Some may ask why South Dakota’s newly enforceable informed consent law for abortion is so important. The last I read a couple of days ago, the state of South Dakota was set to begin enforcing this requirement today. Why would it be so important for someone to inform the woman considering abortion that “abortion will […]

Calling Good Evil and Evil Good

Rapid City activist for homosexuality Curtis Price responds on the Forum page of the Rapid City Journal to a piece by Dr. Richard Wells, Senior Pastor of South Canyon Baptist Church, which was on that same page last Saturday. Price says he considers Wells to be cold blooded because Wells dared speak against the usurpation […]

Gays in the military: What would George Washington think?

BY STAR PARKERFOUNDER & PRESIDENTCOALITION ON URBAN RENEWAL & EDUCATION For the first time since the “don’t ask, don’t tell” law was enacted in 1993 by President Clinton, the House Armed Services Committee has scheduled hearings to review it. The law disqualifies gays from serving in the military. Individuals are deemed gay, according to this […]

Video: White House Proposal Gives Health Care Workers Right of Conscience

This video from KTVX ABC 4 in Salt Lake City, Utah examines a Bush Administration health care proposal that would allow health care workers in facilities that receive federal money the right to exercise their conscience to refuse abortion or abortifacient services. A draft Health and Human Services memo defines abortion as “any of the […]

The Survival of Christian Civilization

American Minute from William J. Federer “V” for Victory! It was on JULY 19, 1941, that British Prime Minister Winston Churchill held up two fingers as a sign of victory. It became a symbol for all Western European resistance during WWII, with V signs painted on walls and over Nazi posters. A year earlier, Churchill […]

Newsbusted Conservative Comedy 7/18/2008

Topics in today’s show: –Cindy McCain on John lying about his age –Congress suffering from record-low approval ratings –California’s new global warming sticker for cars –Dog meat no longer on the menu for Chinese Olympics –Ali Lohan releases a new CD NewsBusted is a comedy webcast about the news of the day, uploaded every Tuesday […]

Video: Is same-sex marraige like interacial marriage?

“Ten Persuasive Answers to the Question ‘Why not gay marriage?’” Q2: Is same-sex marraige like interacial marriage? Point 1: racism is about keeping the races apart; marriage is about bringing the genders together Point 2: interracial marriage affirms marriage; same-sex marriage redefines marriage Point 3: marriage has nothing to do with race; marriage has everything […]

Homeschool Advocates Argue for Dismissal of Calif. Homeschooling Ban Case

Reprinted by permission of The Christian Post By Lawrence JonesChristian Post ReporterFri, Jul. 18 2008 02:48 PM EDTA major legal development in a children welfare case that led to the widely criticized homeschooling ban should be grounds for the appellate court to dismiss the California homeschooling case, advocates say. In February, an appellate court in […]

Teacher Fired After Student Offended at Answer to Question About Homosexuality

Reprinted by permission of The Christian Post By Katherine T. PhanChristian Post ReporterFri, Jul. 18 2008 07:26 PM EDT SAN FRANCISCO – A former college biology professor is suing a Bay Area school district, claiming she was fired for answering a student’s question about genetics and homosexual behavior. June Sheldon with attorneys from the Alliance […]

What Has Been Learned From the Practice of Abortion Since the Roe v. Wade

Dakota Voice is reviewing the Report of the South Dakota Task Force to Study Abortion, in light of the upcoming November vote on Initiated Measure 11 to end most abortions in South Dakota. Pertinent sections of the report will be reviewed each week for the next several weeks which may shed light on Initiated Measure […]