Archive for May 1st, 2010

Patriots, Politicians Converge at Lemmon Tea Partybe

Patriots, Politicians Converge at Lemmon Tea Partybe

Today the people of Lemmon, South Dakota held their first Tea Party event. A community center full of rural ranch people got to hear candidates from North and South Dakota, along with patriotic music and an accomplished speaker on the U.S. Constitution.

Was the Gulf Oil Rig Explosion a Deliberate Attack on America?

Was the Gulf Oil Rig Explosion a Deliberate Attack on America?

I would like to know who or what caused the explosion on the Deepwater Horizon oil rig platform in the Gulf of Mexico last week. There are a number of unanswered questions right now regarding why it blew up, why so many safety protocols failed, and why the oil spill was so extensive. Meanwhile, the oil spill is nearing the U.S. southern coastline.

Evil and the Existence of God

Evil and the Existence of God

One of the most common and strongest arguments against the existence of God is the question of so much evil and suffering in this world. Christian thinker Ravi Zacharias uses logic to examine the issue.

Christian Counselor Loses Appeal Over Homosexual Counseling

Christian Counselor Loses Appeal Over Homosexual Counseling

A Christian relationship counselor has lost his bid to bring his dismissal before the Court of Appeal. Gary McFarlane was dismissed by Relate Avon in October 2007 after admitting to his employers that he felt he could not advise same-sex couples because of his Christian beliefs.

New Effort to Fight Recidivism in Arizona

New Effort to Fight Recidivism in Arizona

Prison Fellowship launched a movement this week in one of the most dangerous states in the country to keep former inmates out of prison for life. Out4Life was launched in Arizona which has the sixth highest incarceration rate among the 50 states and where one in 33 adults is under correctional control.