It is error alone which needs the support of government. Truth can stand by itself. -- Thomas Jefferson

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

In What May Be Final Turn In GOP Roller Coaster, Will Santorum Get Chance At Ascent? | Fox News



From Fox News:


  • With 45 percent of Iowa Republican voters undecided and a roller-coaster ride about to come to a screeching stop next Tuesday with the GOP caucuses, it may be Rick Santorum's turn to take the final ascent and surprise the political class by ... doing better than expected?
  • Santorum, the former Pennsylvania senator, has been touted as the sleeper candidate by none other than 2008 Iowa caucuses winner Mike Huckabee. He has relentlessly campaigned in the state, hitting all 99 counties and moving his family out there. He has held 350 campaign events in the past year.


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In What May Be Final Turn In GOP Roller Coaster, Will Santorum Get Chance At Ascent? | Fox News

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Student Sues School District Over Punishment For Expressing His Religious Views Against Homosexuality | CNSnews.com



The following excerpts are from the report on cnsnews.com, "Student Sues School District Over Punishment For Expressing His Religious Views Against Homosexuality" by Philip Shepherd.

  • According to the suit, McDowell asked the student, Daniel Glowacki, a junior at Howell High School at the time of the incident, whether he supported homosexuality. Glowacki responded that his Catholic faith and morals did not accept homosexual behavior and he could not condone the gay lifestyle. Following that answer, McDowell ordered Glowacki to leave the classroom under threat of suspension.
  • The Michigan Education Association, the state teacher’s union, reportedly supported the actions of McDowell, who is head of the school’s teachers union. As word of the incident spread, homosexual activists celebrated McDowell’s actions and reportedly labeled Daniel Glowacki and his family as bigots.
  • As the negative campaign against Daniel Glowacki grew, his mother Sandra Glowacki contacted the Thomas More Law Center and filed the lawsuit.
  • The lawsuit charges that Daniel Glowacki’s constitutional rights to freedom of speech and equal protection were violated by the policies and actions of the school district and McDowell. The school and the teacher deprived Glowacki of his “right to freedom of speech in violation of the First Amendment as applied to the states and their political subdivisions under the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution and 42 U.S.C. 1983,” states the lawsuit.
  • “By favoring speech that promotes and approves of homosexuality and punishing Plaintiffs’ less favored religious view toward homosexuality, Defendants [school and teacher] have violated the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment,” reads the suit.

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Student Sues School District Over Punishment For Expressing His Religious Views Against Homosexuality | CNSnews.com

Manure Makers, Yes; Catholics, No - Terry Jeffrey - Townhall Conservative

Manure Makers, Yes; Catholics, No - Terry Jeffrey - Townhall Conservative

Sunday, December 18, 2011

Some Quotations From Samuel Adams




  • Our contest is not only whether we ourselves shall be free, but whether there shall be left to mankind an asylum on earth for civil and religious liberty.
  • No people will tamely surrender their Liberties, nor can any be easily subdued, when knowledge is diffused and Virtue is preserved. On the Contrary, when People are universally ignorant, and debauched in their Manners, they will sink under their own weight without the Aid of foreign Invaders.
  • If ever a time should come, when vain and aspiring men shall possess the highest seats in Government, our country will stand in need of its experienced patriots to prevent its ruin.

-- Samuel Adams

Saturday, December 17, 2011

Who is paying for payroll tax cut bill? – USATODAY.com

The following excerpt is from USATODAY:


Who is paying for the two-month extension of the payroll tax cut working its way through Congress? The cost is being dropped in the laps of most people who buy homes or refinance beginning next year.

The typical person who buys a home or refinances starting on Jan. 1 will have to pay roughly $17 more a month for their mortgage, thanks to a fee increase included in the payroll tax cut bill that the Senate passed Saturday.

The legislation provides a two-month extension of a payroll tax cut and long-term unemployment benefits that would otherwise expire on Jan. 1. It would also delay for two months a cut in Medicare reimbursements for doctors that is scheduled to take effect on New Year's Day. The House is expected to act on the bill early next week. Two more months of the Social Security tax cut amounts to a savings of about $165 for a worker making $50,000 a year.


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Who is paying for payroll tax cut bill? – USATODAY.com

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Do You Know if Your Food or Vaccines Contain Aborted Cells? | LifeNews.com

  • "Little upsets pro-life people more than learning that things they consider innocent are actually tainted with the shedding of innocent blood. This long list of guilt-ridden products includes childhood vaccines, wrinkle creams and even your favorite soft drinks and chewing gum."


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Do You Know if Your Food or Vaccines Contain Aborted Cells? | LifeNews.com

Tim Tebow criticism says a lot about us ... and it's not good - NFL News | FOX Sports on MSN

Tim Tebow criticism says a lot about us ... and it's not good - NFL News | FOX Sports on MSN

Monday, December 12, 2011

Senate defense bill removes military ban on sodomy, bestiality | LifeSiteNews.com

Senate defense bill removes military ban on sodomy, bestiality | LifeSiteNews.com

Saturday, December 10, 2011

Mob Attacks On Iraqi Christian Businesses Raise Security Concerns | Fox News

The following excerpt is from the Fox News story Mob Attacks On Iraqi Christian Businesses Raise Security Concerns":


  • A rash of attacks on Christian-owned businesses in northern Iraq has raised troubling questions about the future safety of the country's shrinking Christian community, particularly as U.S. forces withdraw completely from the nation they've refereed since 2003. 
  • The attacks, which have received little international attention, raged through northern cities following a sermon last Friday by a local mullah. Video purportedly from the riots posted online shows mobs burning and wrecking businesses, which included liquor stores, hotels and hair salons. 


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Mob Attacks On Iraqi Christian Businesses Raise Security Concerns | Fox News