In the wake of the horrific act of Islamic domestic terrorism at Fort Hood Texas, it’s been learned that militant homosexual activists recently made similar online postings to those of Nidal Malik Hasan, threatening additional acts of terrorism against Christians.
Next on the environmental extremist horizon: “carbon allowance” cards that you must produce anytime you purchase goods or services that “contributes to your carbon footprint.” Are you really willing to submit to this kind of meddling and government control over every aspect of your personal life? And to do so to combat a problem that doesn’t even exist in the first place?
The phrase “Comparative Effectiveness” is becoming increasingly in vogue among Obama health care advocates. So, it’s important to note that it actually amounts to little more than a euphemism for health care rationing.
The attorney for the Army psychiatrist accused of killing fellow soldiers at Fort Hood says doctors have told the soldier he may be paralyzed from the waist down.
When Abby Johnson worked at Planned Parenthood, she was warmly welcomed in her apostate church. But now that she has recognized the reality of human life in the womb and become pro-life, her church is turning a cold shoulder. Tough times lie ahead at Judgement Day for Christians who applaud sin and despise good behavior.
Celebration over the Stupak amendment in the House health care bill was cut short this week as pro-life supporters fear the language could be removed. Abortion rights supporters, including House lawmakers, have threatened to pull their support from the health care bill if language such as the Stupak amendment remains in the final version. The Stupak amendment, introduced by Rep. Bart Stupak (D-Mich.), bars the use of federal funding for “any health plan [public or private] that includes coverage of abortion,” except in the cases of rape, incest or to save the woman’s life.
A D.C. Council Committee passed a bill Tuesday that would legalize same-sex marriage in the federal district while also providing an exemption for religious groups. The Catholic Archdiocese of Washington said that while the bill exempts religious organizations from performing and providing space for same-sex marriages, it requires them to adhere to city laws prohibiting discrimination against gay men and women. Among the changes the archdiocese fears will be possible under the bill is the forced extension of employee benefits to same-sex married couples.