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Thursday, July 31, 2008

UN wants UK to curb religious free speech

As usual, the U.N. and other powers to be continue to kowtow before Muslim 'sensitivities.'

Now, the U.N. wants to step within the sovereign realm of Great Britain to tell them they must do more to curb negative views about Islam. This after Britain has already bent over backwards to accommodate Muslims.

Read more about the U.N.'s ridiculous request from the article by David J. Rusin, called UN to Britain: Stop Being Islamophobic.

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Thursday, July 24, 2008

Another step towards oppressing U.S. citizens

"The U.S. House of Representatives is scheduled to debate two bills that could give the federal government unprecedented control over the way parents raise their children – even providing funds for state workers to come into homes and screen babies for emotional and developmental problems.

"The Pre-K Act (HR 3289) and the Education Begins at Home Act (HR 2343) are two bills geared toward military and families who fall below state poverty lines. The measures are said to be a way to prevent child abuse, close the achievement gap in education between poor and minority infants versus middle-class children and evaluate babies younger than 5 for medical conditions."

Continue reading Chelsea Schilling's article, U.S. government: We know parenting better than you.

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Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Human rights only for some in Canada

Human rights, specifically free speech, is only meant for some in Canada. Disagree publically with perverse, despicable and sinful lifestyles, or with another religion (except Christianity, of course), and you will find yourself before some lunatic human "rights" tribunal.

Canada has indeed entered the era of the absurd. They infringe on the human rights of some to establish the human rights of others. How daft!

In line with my previous post, Free Speech is dead in Canada!, Chuck Colson has written a short commentary on this issue called What's the Matter with Canada?

Here is an excerpt:

"How is this for irony? Recent actions by Canadian human rights groups have observers alarmed for the state of human rights in Canada. That is because the Canadian Human Rights Commission and the British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal do not give a fig about protecting human rights. Their mission is suppressing free speech."
Continue reading Colson's article here.

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Monday, July 14, 2008

Christian Bloggers Network on Facebook

For those Christian bloggers that have Facebook profiles, you can join the Christian Bloggers Network group on Facebook.

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Friday, July 11, 2008

Speak against "The Race" and you are racist

Michelle Malkin has written a piece called 15 Things You Should Know About "The Race". What is she talking about?

Well, it is the National Council of La Raza (National Council of The Race). Of course, this is not the white "race". That would be racist! It is the Latino race.

Read Michelle's article. Quite an eye opener.

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Friday, July 04, 2008

The Birth of Freedom

Acton Media, of the Acton Institute, is releasing a DVD called The Birth of Freedom.

On the home page of The Birth of Freedom we read this:

"How is freedom born?

"The American founders said that all men are created equal and are endowed with certain unalienable rights—that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. They called this a self-evident truth. Eighty-seven years later, Abraham Lincoln reaffirmed this idea on the Civil War battlefield of Gettysburg. And in 1963 these same words echoed from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial as Martin Luther King, Jr. urged America to fulfill the promise of its founding.

"But humans are separated by enormous differences in talent and circumstance. Why would anyone believe that all men are created equal? That all should be free? That all deserve a voice in choosing their leaders? Why would any nation consider this a self-evident truth?"
Visit The Birth of Freedom to view the trailer here.

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Thursday, July 03, 2008

More reasons why Obama should not be U.S. president

Without adding my own commentary, read Lita Cosner's article ‘Bioethicists’ and Obama agree: infanticide should be legal.

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How to disrupt an ANC conference

Rapule Tabane of the Mail&Guardian wrote an article on How to disrupt an ANC conference.

I see his point.

In his opening paragraph he writes:

"Seven ANC conferences will take place in the next two months -- and it's a safe bet that many will be marked by fierce wrangling, disruption and what the ANC calls "un-ANC" behaviour."
The ANC may call the behaviour of their members as 'un-ANC', but the way I see it, it is simply par for the course.

In recent times we have seen all kinds of 'un-ANC' behaviour. From chair throwing, to butt-flashing, to stabbing.

It seems to me that the easiest way to disrupt an ANC conference is to have more than one ANC member present!

Shocking, indeed!

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Letters from War

War is perhaps never desirable, but the fact is that there are people fighting in wars and they have loved ones back home.

This video by Mark Schultz is about that relationship.

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Wednesday, July 02, 2008

Chuck Baldwin for U.S. President

I make no apologies for believing that Chuck Baldwin--standing on the Constitution Party ticket--should be the next U.S. president.

Mary Starrett, put together a few reasons why Chuck Baldwin would make a good president, here.

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