Monthly Archives: May 2007

First Amendment Separation of Socialism and State

by Thomas E. Brewton Separation of church and state applies as much to the religion of socialism as to the Judeo-Christian tradition. Read Sol Stern’s article in City Journal, the publication of the Manhattan Institute, which was the think tank … Continue reading

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United Methodist Official Opposed to Old Glory?

“The United Methodist Church, under its liberal leadership, is losing over 50,000 members a year, and this church lobby official is oddly worried about getting American flags out of our churches.” —Mark Tooley, Executive Director UMAction _________________________ Washington, DC—An official … Continue reading

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Imus and Virginia Tech

by Thomas E. Brewton The inconsistency of atheistic materialism. There's more there than Marx allowed for. Our thoroughly secularized society explains events and behavior, human nature itself, as the product of the material conditions of living and earning a living, … Continue reading

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A Change of (Commencement) Address

Shaping young minds…or is it twisting? by Thomas Lindaman One of the perks of being a celebrity is being asked to give public speeches, including the occasional commencement address for a high school or institution of higher learning. Of course, … Continue reading

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An Ice Age versus Global Warming

By Alan Caruba The latest summary of yet another revised edition of a report by the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Control has evoked all the usual fears predicting the deaths of millions by 2080, and other end of … Continue reading

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Flying Imams Revisited: Part of Greater Islamic Strategy?

by Sher Zieve Were the antics of the six Flying Imams merely additional tactics in the Islamic overall strategy of installing Shari’a law in the USA? It would appear so, according to some self-avowed moderate Muslims and the results of … Continue reading

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Illegals Marching Again—Issuing New Demand

by Sher Zieve After their 2006 Communist May Day march, illegals and their handlers are at it again. They have resumed their "we want our rights" march. 1 May has become the illegals in the US new protest-against-the-US-and-its-"European"-population-day. Last year, … Continue reading

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ABC Reschedules Debate About God

New York, May 2, 2007 – Actor Kirk Cameron and best-selling author Ray Comfort will square off with two atheists in New York on Saturday, May 5. ABC originally planned to stream the 90-minute debate LIVE on their website, but … Continue reading

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Lift Up Thy Voice as the First Admendment Nears Death

PHILADELPHIA – Repent America (RA) is urgently calling Christians not to exercise their "right to remain silent" as the federal "hate crimes" bill proposal, H.R. 1592, heads for a vote in the U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday, May 3, … Continue reading

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Californina Colleges: Bible Verses Contaminate Textbooks

High School students in California who use textbooks that include references to Christian viewpoints may not be allowed into the University of Californian system. According to Robert Dynes, UC president, Biblical verses and Christian perspectives in textbooks do not qualify for core requirements, … Continue reading

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