Archive for May 3rd, 2010

Another Study Finds Abortion, Substance Abuse Link

Another Study Finds Abortion, Substance Abuse Link

While the American Psychological Association (APA) continues its head-in-the-sand propaganda campaign to promote everything politically correct, yet another study is out which finds problems for women who have abortions.

President Obama Issues National Day of Prayer Proclamation

President Obama Issues National Day of Prayer Proclamation

President Obama has issued a proclamation declaring this Thursday as National Day of Prayer. In his proclamation, he states that prayer has long been an important part of U.S. history. The nation upholds as fundamental principles the exercise of religion and freedom of conscience, he said. Thus Americans have long considered it “fitting and proper” to publicly observe the importance of prayer on May 6.

A Government of Fallible Men to Rule Fallible Men

A Government of Fallible Men to Rule Fallible Men

Even the Founders, a grouping singular in the history of men concerning the brilliance of their intellects and the purity of their motives knew they couldn’t trust themselves to form or maintain a government of fallible men to rule over fallible men.

“You picked a fine time to lead us Barack”

The Brothers McWhite perform a very credible rendition of Kenny Rogers’ “You picked a fine time to leave me Lucille,” but with topical lyrics sure to amuse many and infuriate a few.

Criticism for Obama from CNN Over Arizona Immigration Law

Criticism for Obama from CNN Over Arizona Immigration Law

You know it’s bad when criticism of a liberal comes from CNN. From Jack Cafferty: “What’s misguided, Mr. Obama, is the federal government’s ongoing refusal to enforce the laws that are already on the books…parts of it are word for word the same as the federal statutes, which continue to be all but ignored.”

A Missionary to America

A Missionary to America

With America increasingly losing touch with its Christian heritage and becoming more secularized, I am, for all intents and purposes, a missionary to America. However, unlike the conventional foreign missionary whose work is largely evangelical mine is prophetic in the contemporary sense. In this role, I bear the unenviable task of critic, pointing out where the tension between Christ and culture has given way to capitulation and compromise. At times, this is an unpleasant task.