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27 March, 2008, 11:00 pm

The four decades-old seeds of Values Clarification (revision of family values) and Situational Ethics (nothing is right or wrong, depends on the situation) sown in the Public School have germinated and burst forth with fruit that manifests itself in a steadily corrupting culture. Biblical standards of morality for our youth, embodied in the Ten Commandments, have been replaced with a “feel good” no holes-barred agenda. Evangelists for America’s united church-state religion, Secular Humanism, have sullied the innocence of an entire generation of young people. Hardcore fundamentalists in that church have driven tested morality from the classroom and left our youth adrift in a roiling sea of Hollywoodish immorality.

America’s foremost prophet in the state-religion of...

27 March, 2008, 2:36 pm

If there's ever been any question to as to whether or not our religious rights in our nation are becoming increasingly more under attack, this outrageous violation of our freedoms to practice our religion - as reported by Cybercast News - should settle the question once and for all.

(CNSNews.com) - A Michigan church filed a federal lawsuit after police officers, led by a local prosecutor, entered the sanctuary at least twice without a warrant, alleging the church's music was too loud. In one instance, they threatened to arrest church musicians for disorderly conduct.

Faith Baptist Church, with a congregation of about 10,000 members, is...

20 March, 2008, 7:40 pm

The United States Supreme Court yesterday agreed to take a case involving the annual Billboard Music Awards broadcast on Fox Television Network during which the vulgar Cher Bono uttered an obscenity and a year later during the same show smut artist Nichole Richie uttered a different vulgarity. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) warned broadcasters about future violations of the law and that the broadcasters could be fined. The corrupt broadcast networks including Fox, CBS, NBC and ABC have maintained that they have to keep up with the vulgarities which the cable television networks get away with each night and which viewers voluntarily pay to watch in their homes.

Just last month, on Meridith Viera's "Today" show on NBC, Jane Fonda, the infamous anti-...

19 March, 2008, 7:21 pm

Last Thursday, Colorado Senator Wayne Allard introduced an amendment in the United States Senate to the bloated, pork-filled, and tax-increasing Democrat 2009 Budget Bill which would fund health care coverage for unborn babies from the "moment of conception." Every Republican voted for the Allard amendment except for 4 liberals, but only two Democrats voted with the Republicans for the Allard Amendment. Liberals in Congress want American taxpayers to fund health care for every single American, but not for unborn babies.

During the same day last week, liberals in the Senate refused to pass an amendment to the 2009 budget bill sponsored by Nevada Senator John Ensign which would provide funding for the Justice Department to vigorously enforce a prohibition...

16 March, 2008, 11:00 pm

My father was a sharecropper all the days of my life until I graduated High School and a few years beyond. When I was six years old we lived in a simple four-room bungalow, complete with a storm house and an out-house, nestled next to a beautiful lake. Except for the lake our farm house was surrounded by woods. It was an idyllic setting for a bare-foot boy with a fishing pole.

One cold Fall evening in 1934 our peaceful place was disturbed by a crowd of angry white men. They brought a black man and hung him from a tree in the woods behind our house. At first my parents were fearful and carried my brother and me to a nearby neighbor’s house. We learned that the black man had tried to rob the bank and in the process had killed the president of the bank and attempted...

12 March, 2008, 8:11 pm

If the Republicans really want to keep the White House in their control and even have the possibility of regaining control of Congress, they should make judicial tyranny and the appointment of federal judges by the next president as the most important issue of the 2008 election. Even those on the left in the Democratic Party know that this is the paramount issue since they have virtually shut down voting on President George W. Bush's nominees to the United States Court of Appeals. As of early December, Senate Democrats had approved only 5 of President Bush's nominees to the federal appeals court. The average number of appeals court judges confirmed by the Senate majority when the president is from the opposite party is 17 judges. The Republican majority confirmed 15 of...

12 March, 2008, 9:58 am

At the time of America’s Founding the nation’s leaders were almost to the man, Christian, but they deliberately chose to establish a secular government to minister in behalf of all the people equally. It was a very friendly disestablishment. The government would be a friend of the Christian religion, but not a religious state. The Reverend John Witherspoon, a Presbyterian preacher, President of Princeton University, and Signer of the Declaration of Independence had a profound effect upon America’s founding. In his sermon, “The Dominion of Providence over the Passion’s of Men” Witherspoon preached, “He is the best friend to American liberty, who is most sincere and active in promoting true and undefiled religion, and who sets himself with the...

7 March, 2008, 1:40 am

In yet another indication that America's judiciary -- both state and federal -- has gone competely out-of-control, California's liberal 2nd District Court of Appeals, ruled last week in one of the most tyrannical decisions in this decade, that parents who "lack teaching credentials cannot educate their children at home." This state court of appeals has the same reputation in California as the infamous federal 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, located in -- where else? -- San Francisco. The 9th Circuit's frequent insane decisions are routinely overturned by the United States Supreme Court.

As the "Los Angeles Times" said on Thursday in their headline, the "Ruling (is) seen as a threat to many home-schooled families" and it reported that...