Monthly Archive: December 2007

Dec 31

The European Union is an evil empire

A shelf of books can be written to cover the topic linked to below, but David Noakes and Brian Gerrish have provided a web site and information that they recently shared with Laigle’s Forum, and this will substantially reduce the effort of assimilating this vital knowledge. I am very grateful to both of these fine Christian …

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Dec 29

Dutch parliament member plans to air anti-Koran film

Some say one man armed with the truth can defeat an army of 10,000 armed with a lie.Geert Wilders, Freedom Party leader of the Dutch parliament, wields the truth and plans to air it on Dutch TV on January 25, 2008.  The Dutch majority in the parliament claim this film, which reveals uncomfortable facts about …

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Dec 28

Julie Andrews defends filth for kids

Hollywood actors have been self-destructing for as long as any of us can remember. Even those who are known mostly for children’s movies. After all, if a person falls into a vat of purple dye, they come out purple. They don’t even have to like purple. They will be purple. Likewise, if a person is …

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Dec 27

Nationalizing children

The text that follows the introductory e-mail from our German homeschooling friend, Heiko Krautter, was written in a German context.  But this article is just as relevant to today’s America.  The hotly debated nationalization of children is one step away in that country, two steps away in America.  Intelligent Americans know it is Hillary’s final …

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Dec 25

A thaw in Narnia?

Remember how the movie (book) Narnia opens in a winter landscape that hasn’t seen a spring thaw for as long as anyone can remember?  Narnia is a picture of Europe.  The Ice Queen is the secular power structure, represented by the arts, the media, the universities, government, and yes, the secularized grassroots themselves.  But you …

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Dec 21

Should the Right to Homeschool be a Constitutional Right? Is it the Key to Liberty?

Homeschooling is in the news. Many Christians are aware of the obstacles (dare I say, persecutions?) of homeschoolers in Germany. The recent shootings in Colorado were perpetrated by a homeschooled child. After the requisite ‘hands-off’ period, you can expect homeschooling opponents to lay some emphasis on the fact that he was homeschooled. The homeschool supporters …

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Dec 20

The silent stalkers of Brazil

Laigle’s Forum has been at the forefront of a campaign in this country by a small but courageous group of Brazilian editorialists and activists to spread the truth about Brazil today. It is not a comforting truth. It is a story of misery, of corruption, of lies and misrepresentations by the Left, which has a …

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Dec 18

Islam and gays on a collision course in Canada

by Donald Hank Ever since my article (http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=56545) “Will ex-gays bring down Big Sodomy?” ran at WND, I have been exchanging emails with people who originally wrote me in regard to it, some wildly enthusiastic about the column and others, mostly gay, not so enthusiastic, but none all that angry, which came as a surprise. …

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Dec 18

Chuck Baldwin on Ron Paul

Who Are These Kooks? By Chuck Baldwin December 18, 2007 This column is archived at http://www.chuckbaldwinlive.com/c2007/cbarchive_20071218.html According to the Associated Press, “Republican presidential hopeful Ron Paul’s supporters raised over $6 million Sunday to boost the 10-term congressman’s campaign for the White House.” The AP report also said, “The [Paul] campaign’s previous fundraiser brought in $4.2 …

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Dec 18

Laigle’s Forum won’t be part of the media blackout

If Ron Paul is not to be taken seriously, why is it the media are treating him like a leper?Don’t conervatives say biased coverage such as media blackouts, distortions, lies and the like are tricks of the the liberal left? Yet, Fox News gives huge coverage to lukewarm figures like Giuliani and McCain while ignoring the candidate …

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