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9 September, 2008, 10:27 am

Christian Coalition of America, represented last week at the Republican National Convention in St. Paul, Minnesota by top Christian Coalition leadership, said that "Governor Sarah Palin sealed the deal with the Republican Party and many Independents as she proved she is neither bitter about guns nor religion," a dig at a speech to San Francisco Democrats by the leader of the opposition ticket earlier this year.

Governor Palin's speech was watched by a gigantic television audience matching the audience of the candidate at the top of the Democrat ticket last Thursday night. Governor Palin and her family -- who has been under withering political fire for the past few days by left-wingers -- provided evidence Wednesday night that she has what it takes to be...

9 September, 2008, 10:07 am

Senator Sam Brownback, R-KS, recently issued warnings to the television industry regarding the smut they continue to put on during prime time when children are watching night after night. His statements followed the decision by the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals to side with CBS over the fines imposed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) upon CBS for smut queen Janet Jackson's so-called "wardrobe malfunction" during the Super Bowl half-time when Justin Timberlake ripped off part of her blouse exposing Jackson before hundreds of millions of children around the world.

Timberlake was singing lyrics which said that he was "gonna have you naked by the end of this song." CBS was rightfully fined $550,000 by the FCC for this outrageous incident...

3 September, 2008, 5:29 pm

Obama's Agenda for Your Employer

Obama has vowed to outlaw discrimination in the workplace based on sexual orientation and gender identity. Under Obama's plan, your employer will have to maintain an open-door policy not only for gays, lesbians and bisexuals, but also for transgender, transvestite, cross-dressing job applicants and will have to implement policies and employee training designed to protect such workers from harassment and discrimination . . . This may mark the first time in America that a Federal agenda contrary to scriptural/Judeo-Christian ethics will have been linked to economic rights, to the ability of companies to sell in the marketplace.

28 August, 2008, 12:25 pm

This has got to be the biggest story in this election cycle that has
NOT been told yet. Most Americans seem unaware that Senator Obama
endorses an extreme homosexual rights agenda. For the most part, the
only groups that seem to be aware of this are the gays. Try a simple
Google search for "Obama LGBT Rights" and you'll see what I mean.
Dozens of gay groups, including some with large followings, are openly
celebrating Obama's candidacy, while many conservative, pro-family or
Christian organizations are seemingly unaware of Obama's stand on these
issues.

Obama has said that he favors "traditional marriage," and wants to allow states to define marriage (He stated this before Pastor Rick...

27 August, 2008, 9:38 am

Last Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press," San Francisco Democrat and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi made the decision that she was the interpreter of Catholic Church doctrine regarding the dignity or sanctity of precious human life, including that of the innocent unborn. She told NBC's Tom Brokaw that "over the history of the Church, this (abortion) is an issue of controversy." As a result of these and other intemperate remarks by Pelosi to Brokaw, an uproar ensued not only amongst fellow Catholics and in the pro-life movement in general, but in the United States Congress.

Nearly a dozen fellow Catholics and Members of the United States House of Representatives took her to task in a letter dated August 25th led by the Honorable Thaddeus G....

26 August, 2008, 7:26 am

In this era of Paris Hilton and Britney Spears, American youth are rarely inspired by their fellow Americans, especially from their own generation. But such an inspiration emerged during the recent Olympic Games, an American swimmer named Michael Phelps.

During the 2004 Olympic Games, Phelps had an opportunity to become even more of a household name than he became when he tied the record for most gold medals won during a single Olympic year. Phelps tied the long-standing record of his fellow American swimmer, Mark Spitz, who won 7 gold medals during the 1964 Olympics in Munich, Germany, the games marred by the slaughter of many Israeli Olympians by Muslim barbarians.

In the Olympic Games in Beijing, China this month, Michael Phelps broke his and Spitz'...

25 August, 2008, 10:29 am

LOUISIANA TO THE RESCUE The Christian Coalition, while sticking to its primary agenda, champions Energy Independence such as the discovery and drilling in new oil and gas deposits as well as developing all other alternatives for cleaner fuels. The Christian Coalition is encouraged by the discovery of what appears to be one of the largest natural gas fields in the world in northwest Louisiana. This is also good for Louisiana’s image since the new discovery will impact the nation in a most positive way. The mere mention of Louisiana tends to conjure up all sorts of negative images. It is known for being first in many of the worst categories, and last or close to it, in the best. It ranks near the bottom of states for business investors. Louisiana’s unique history is...

22 August, 2008, 1:15 am

When guns are banned in schools, only the students and the crazed in the community carry them for nefarious purposes. Violence throughout the planet is increasing. School violence is escalating. Assaults on teachers are commonplace. Boys are bolder, girls are growing more aggressive. Angry students in their rage concoct lethal schemes to carry out deplorable plots.

The Sword of Damocles dangles over the heads of unsuspecting students. Meanwhile, school administrators and teachers are armed with verbal skills, “Why don’t we all just get along.” Education courses teach them in matters of class disruption, to acquiesce, understand, write up what happened, describe the atmosphere in the classroom, what they could have done to prevent the violence, and what they...