Archive for May 5th, 2010

How is Federal Government Involved in Your Daily Life

How is Federal Government Involved in Your Daily Life

You probably had no idea the federal government was so involved in your daily life, did you?

DC Homosexual ‘Marriage” Law Challenged in Court

DC Homosexual 'Marriage

Opponents of Washington, D.C.’s new same-sex marriage law took the battle to the court of appeals Tuesday, demanding that the issue be decided by the people, not by legislators. Led by Maryland megachurch pastor Bishop Harry Jackson, Jr. – who filed the lawsuit against the city on behalf of Stand 4 Marriage D.C. – traditional marriage proponents are asking that residents be given their right to vote on the same-sex marriage law.

Preacher’s Arrest Renews Religious Freedom Concerns

Preacher's Arrest Renews Religious Freedom Concerns

The arrest of a street preacher has renewed concern over religious freedom for Christians in the United Kingdom. Dale McAlpine, 42, was arrested in his home town of Workington, in Cumbria, last month after he mentioned homosexuality as one of a number of sins listed in the Bible, alongside idolatry, blasphemy, fornication, and drunkenness.

Baby Lives Nearly Two Days After Abortion Attempt

Baby Lives Nearly Two Days After Abortion Attempt

What kind of barbarous people have we become? What kind of barbarous people now infest the “medical” profession? Why is one human life worthwhile, while another human life is considered garbage for committing the “crime” of being unwanted by the parents who created him?

Defense Secretary Recommends Delay Don’t Ask Don’t Tell Repeal

Defense Secretary Recommends Delay Don't Ask Don't Tell Repeal

U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates advised members of Congress to wait until the Pentagon completes its review of the effects of repealing the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy before changing the rule. In a letter to House Armed Services Committee Chairman Ike Skelton (D-Mo.) on Friday, Gates said he “strongly opposed any legislation that seeks to change this policy prior to the completion of this vital assessment process.”