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Archive for September, 2012

-God and Politics American Style 2012

Thursday, September 6th, 2012

There was a time in America when every politician was wrapped in the flag, was seen praying to God, and had at least one piece of apple pie nearly every day during a campaign. How things have changed. At least the God part. Yesterday (Wednesday) we were treated to a major political party in total […]

-Brazil: Controversial ‘Three-Partner’ Civil Union

Wednesday, September 5th, 2012

                    (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Polygamy is legal in most Muslim dominated countries but in nations with a Christian background and heritage it is unheard of in modern times. Now comes news of the first legal ‘three-partner’ civil union in Brazil. It has created considerable controversy particularly among Christians in the nation. Most Western nations are […]

-Court Ruling: Christian After-School Club Has 1st Amendment Right to Meet

Tuesday, September 4th, 2012

(Child Evangelism Fellowship: Wikipedia) From the Christian Post: A federal appeals court ruled that a Minneapolis school district engaged in viewpoint discrimination when it removed the Good News Club, sponsored by Child Evangelism Fellowship, from the after-school program. Minneapolis Special School District No. 1 must reinstate the club. Overturning a lower court decision, in a […]

-Liberals and Conservatives Agree- Porn Harms

Monday, September 3rd, 2012

  Here’s something liberals and conservative can now agree on- pornography actually harms society. From Citizen Link: Conservatives and liberals can agree about pornography: It’s harmful to society and the future of our relationships. One of Britain’s most liberal authors, Martin Amis, briefly discusses why he believes pornography is not good for society. He describes […]

-Secret Service Checks Out ‘Pray for Obama’ Sign

Saturday, September 1st, 2012

From KENS 5, San Antonio: "Let his days be few, and let another take his office."  (Psalm 109:8) Milton Neitsch  Jr., who has lived in Victoria since 1961,  says he didn’t intend for people to pick up on the hateful wishes of death and pain surrounding the tiny verse. But some people say it is […]