Monthly Archive: May 2008

May 29

Global Warming: Evolutionary “Science” Warmed Over?

By Anthony Horvath I need to admit from the beginning that I have not personally investigated the data said to be for or against Global Warming.  That said, I have been watching carefully how Global Warming is being promoted and defended and as a long time observer of how Evolutionary Theory is defended, the similarities …

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May 25

Apologetics: Cure for America’s social ills

Apologetics: Cure for America’s social ills   By Anthony Horvath   (Anthony Horvath is a Laigle’s Forum partner)   The evidence of societal decay is all around us. The California Supreme Court decision is not an isolated event. Despite eight years with a Republican president, much of that with a Republican-controlled legislature, abortion is still …

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May 19

Join Pro-Life Prayer and Picket Demo against NEA Pro-Abortion Agenda

  Bob Pawson National Coordinator ~ PLEAS Pro-Life Educators and Students www.prolifeeducators.com PO Box 2826 Hamilton, NJ 08690  (609) 610-3522 bobpawson@bringyourbible.com info@prolifeeducators.com   Pro-Life Prayer & Picket Demo Against NEA Pro-Abortion Agenda at the NEA’s own Convention & State Capital HQs Washington Convention Center * Wednesday July 2 10AM-2PM 801 Mount Vernon Place, NW • …

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May 19

MA senators must wait for the debate

  MassResistance Update Pro-family activism “In a time of universal deceit telling the truth is a revolutionary act.” – George Orwell Home Page Blog FIGHT BACK! Please DONATE 1. After MassResistance budget victory — State Sen. Dianne Wilkerson files budget amendment for $300,000.00 increase in homosexual programs in schools!  DON’T let it happen! 2. See …

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May 18

Republicans’ mass revolt against McCain

76% of Republican voters dissatisfied with McCain Folks, it’s one thing for 86% of self-described “very conservative” voters to reject McCain. It could be difficult to decide how to identify that demographic, and if you listen to the GOP leadership, it is not that important. But a full 76% of Republicans in the Big Tent, …

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May 18

Same-sex marriage still illegal in California and Massachusetts

Every time I write or publish an article on same-sex marriage or the “gay” agenda, I feel a sense of urgency, knowing that soon the right to free debate on this subject (as well as others, like Islam) may be lost forever in the United States of America, just as it has been lost in parts of Europe …

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May 17

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Foreign aid corrupts, Obama’s aid corrupts absolutely by Donald Hank Conservatives know that Senator Barack Obama has recently introduced the Global Poverty Act, which some commentators have said would bankrupt America by giving an additional 0.7% of GNP to Third World governments. That may well be true. But as in the War on Poverty, we …

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May 14

Help stop biggest federal power grab ever

Action Alert–Urgent   H.R. 2421 Called the Biggest Federal Power Grab Ever   What many are calling the biggest federal land and water power grab in history could be approved by the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee before the end of May!  No other committee has jurisdiction of the bill, so it could go straight …

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May 11

James Hartline’s war on the limousine Dems of San Diego

The James Hartline Report – On The Frontlines Of The Culture War – May 11, 2008   When Justice Confronts A Great Political Hypocrisy:   65 San Diegans March & Confront One of San Diego’s Greatest Political Hypocrisies During The March Against Poverty.   The Office of Congresswoman Susan Davis Looks Down Upon The Poorest Neighborhood in …

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May 11

Dems a shining beacon of darkness

Dem’s Divas Destiny and Darkness By Rev. Michael Bresciani The battle between Democratic hopefuls Obama and Clinton has held the spotlight in American politics for the past year and has been upstaged only slightly by the occasional antics of a few divas like Hilton, Madonna or Aguilera. In the 19th century many towns in America …

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