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30 October, 2008, 12:38 pm

It seems that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been hanging around her good friend, Justice Antonin Scalia, too long.  She now says that the infamous 7 justices on the United States Supreme Court in 1973 got it wrong with their abominable Roe v. Wade decision when they decided that it was OK to kill innocent unborn babies in America.  At least, up to a certain point she says. 

LifeNews.com reported today that "In an amazing admission, pro-abortion Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says the Roe v. Wade case that allowed virtually unlimited abortions throughout pregnancy went too far. She admitted that the sweeping decision made it an easy target for critics."

LifeNews.com reported that "Because of the expansive pro-...

29 October, 2008, 3:48 pm

One of the most puzzling aspects of the 2008 presidential campaign has been the media's hostility to the second woman who has pretty much reached the pinnacle of American power, a spot on a national party's presidential ticket.  One would think that the feminists in the media would at least commend the presidential standard-bearer of the Republican Party for selecting as his running mate the second woman in American history to be a vice presidential candidate following the pick by Vice President Walter Mondale of Geraldine Ferraro to be his running mate in 1984, some 24 years ago.    It is interesting to note that some prominent supporters of Hillary Clinton and some state chapter leaders of the National Organization for Women (NOW) have come aboard the...

29 October, 2008, 12:32 pm

The "New York Times" reported today in an article entitled: "Appeals Courts Pushed to Right by Bush Choices," that President George W. Bush on October 6th in a speech before the Cincinnati chapter of the Federalist Society, pointed with pride to his record of appointing judges who do not legislate from the bench; judges called "strict constructionists" because they make their rulings according to what the law and the United States Constitution say.   Even the "New York Times" pointed out that one of President Bush's legacies will be a "lifetime-tenured force that will influence society for decades and that represents one of his most enduring accomplishments." 

President Bush noted in his speech that he has appointed a third...

22 October, 2008, 7:36 pm

The Associated Press reported yesterday, that San Francisco  --  home of the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Democrat Nancy Pelosi  --  "would become the first major U.S. city to decriminalize prostitution if voters next month approve Proposition K—a measure that forbids local authorities from investigating, arresting or prosecuting anyone for selling sex."  The A.P. report said:  "In this live-and-let-live town, where medical marijuana clubs do business next to grocery stores and an annual fair celebrates sadomasochism, prostitutes could soon walk the streets without fear of arrest."

As the (U.S.) Capitol Hill Prayer Partners' newsletter stated today:  "... San Francisco brings shame and judgment upon this nation, adding another filthy...

21 October, 2008, 4:44 pm

The House and Senate Democrat leadership caved in to the desire of the American people to not have God forgotten in the new Capitol Visitor Center in Washington D.C.  Some 108 Members of the House of Representatives, both Republicans and Democrats, wrote to the House and Senate leadership last month to protest that any mention of God was "conspicuously absent" from the new visitor center. 

The builders and archtects responsible for the Capitol Visitor Center along with their Democrat overseers --  which is years behind schedule and hundreds of millions of dollars over budget and which will be visited each day by some 15,000 visitors per day according to estimates  --  had nary a mention of God and America's Judeo-Christian history in the visitors center. 

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21 October, 2008, 3:40 pm

So what’s all the fuss about ACORN, and why should it matter to anyone?  Well, if you’re an American citizen, and you take citizenship seriously, it matters because our electoral process is being compromised. 

 

As recent press reports have shown, ACORN (the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now) has been hard at work registering voters in all of the key battleground states for the upcoming election.  And, as many of these same reports attest, they’re busy being investigated for possible voter fraud.

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21 October, 2008, 4:53 am

As mentioned previously, the folks supporting passage of the state marriage amendment in California, (proposition 8), which would define marriage as one man and one woman, have gained a good bit of momentum and support in the past several weeks...and their opposition has actually been helpful.

Well now we see some in the pro gay-marriage crowd are actually turning violent as they get desperate.  From OneNewsNow:

A Proposition 8 volunteer in California was recently assaulted, evidently because he supports the proposed state constitutional amendment...

20 October, 2008, 9:23 am

by Richard John Neuhaus
October 19, 2008

LifeNews.com Note: Richard John Neuhaus is one of the top Catholic pro-life thinkers and the editor of the journal First Things. "Father Richard," as he is known to President George W. Bush and many others, is a Catholic priest and the president of the Institute on Religion and Public Life.
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I admit to being more impressed than most commentators, including those with whom I usually agree, with the Wednesday night debate between Senators Obama and McCain.

Political punditry is not my main shtick, and I have no idea whether the debate will contribute significantly to, as the pundits say, â€...