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Thursday, April 29, 2010

» Team Obama Calls Out Swat Team on Tea Party Patriots! - Big Government

Swat team called out to "protect" Obama from elderly women at Tea Party. For photos and 1,200 comments visit:
» Team Obama Calls Out Swat Team on Tea Party Patriots! - Big Government

The Pill's Deadly Affair with HIV/AIDS | 2010 (v12)

"More than 50 medical studies, to date, have investigated the association of hormonal contraceptive use and HIV/AIDS infection. The studies show that hormonal contraceptives—the oral pill and Depo-Provera—increase almost all known risk factors for HIV, from upping a woman's risk of infection, to increasing the replication of the HIV virus, to speeding the debilitating and deadly progression of the disease.1" Visit:
The Pill's Deadly Affair with HIV/AIDS | 2010 (v12):

Monday, April 26, 2010

Government Run Health Care will be More Expensive. Secondhand Smoke | A First Things Blog

"Obamacare, we all knew it would be more expensive than the Administration or its supporters in Congress pretended. And now, a new U.S. Government study illustrates the depth of dishonesty and the blatant false advertising..." Visit:
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Bambera installed as new bishop of Scranton - News - The Times-Tribune

"It is rare for a congregation to applaud during a Catholic Mass, and rarer still for hundreds of priests to whoop and cheer during the ceremony.
But St. Peter's Cathedral echoed on Monday with the sound of the jubilant pastors of the Diocese of Scranton who watched one of their own become bishop of the 11-county Roman Catholic church." Visit:
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Bambera installed as new bishop of Scranton - News - The Times-Tribune

"Joseph Bambera became the new bishop of the Diocese of Scranton today. Watch video of the ceremony here, and check back later for full coverage" Visit:
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Another state considers Arizona eligibility plan

Another state considers Arizona eligibility plan

Sunday, April 25, 2010

Special Guests: Christianity is Spreading in Indonesia

Perhaps Islam is the squeaky wheel that gets the grease when it comes to attention going to a religion that seems to be growing in the west but the country with the largest Muslim population in the world - Indonesia - is quietly witnessing a significant growth in Christianity. Likewise, Africa, which used to be one third Christian and two thirds Muslim has now seen a complete reversal of those figures.
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Thursday, April 22, 2010

CANADA DEFEATS EUTHANASIA BILL! - Euthanasia Prevention Coalition

Bill C-384, the private members bill that would have legalized euthanasia and assisted suicide in Canada was strongly defeated by a vote of 228 to 59.

We would like to thank every member of parliament who voted against Bill C-384. We would also like to thank all of our supporters who made this victory possible. Months of work have resulted in an incredible victory. But the battle is not over. Visit:
Euthanasia Prevention Coalition

A Press Release from Life Decisions International Regarding American Idol Give Back

"Idol Gives Back"--To Pro-Abortion Groups

FRONT ROYAL, VA -- Once again, "American Idol" is aligning itself with pro-abortion groups. Among the groups benefiting this year's "Idol Gives Back" fund-raising campaign are Save the Children and the United Nations Foundation. "Idol Gives Back," which airs tonight, will feature several celebrities who will urge Americans to make a donation.

Save the Children has a working relationship with what it calls "prominent international organizations." Several of these groups are actively pro-abortion, including Better World Fund, Center for Reproductive Rights, Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Population Action International, and the U.S. Committee for UNICEF.

In 2001, Save the Children worked with Planned Parenthood, the Population Action Council, and the pro-abortion Audubon Society on its five-year "Planet Campaign." Funded by the rabidly pro-abortion/population control David and Lucile Packard and Bill and Melinda Gates Foundations, the purpose of the campaign was to "raise awareness of the connections between international family planning and the health of children, women and the environment." The Planet Campaign used television and print advertising, community outreach, special events, and other activities to spread its message. Save the Children said the campaign's website provided "an international forum for discussion of, and action on, women's reproductive health---including family planning---in various countries and diverse cultures around the world."

Save the Children has stated that "family planning" has been a "critical component" of its work for nearly 20 years. The group quoted a UNICEF document which stated that "family planning could bring more benefits to more people at less cost than any other single technology now available to the human race." Save the Children noted that the report identified "access to family planning" as a "key factor contributing to maternal and child survival and well-being."

LDI recently learned that "American Idol" judge Randy Jackson is working with Save the Children as "Program Ambassador."

Several divisions of the United Nations have donated funds to Planned Parenthood and the body has wholeheartedly embraced the same abortion and population control agenda.

"It is laudable that the people involved with 'American Idol' want to help the poor," said LDI President Douglas R. Scott, Jr. "But it is tragic that they would choose to do so through groups like the Save the Children and the United Nations Foundation. These groups have far too much deadly baggage."

"'American Idol' should stop using the contestants to raise money for groups when they are keeping the activities of these charities a secret," Scott said. "'American Idol' should practice full disclosure and give those contestants who may wish to decline participation in 'Idol Gives Back' the opportunity to do so without repercussions."

"If you believe the plight of preborn children is as important as the plight of the poor, do not participate in 'Idol Gives Back,'" Scott urged. "We are caring people who want to do our part to help those less fortunate, but we will do so through organizations that do not view the killing of human beings as a 'solution' to poverty and other adult-created problems."

It is worth noting that "American Idol" recently supported a fund-raising campaign by Planned Parenthood of Los Angeles.

Life Decisions International - Press Room

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

ACLJ : Court Challenges: Christian Rights & National Day of Prayer

From the Notebook of Atty. Jay Sekulow:
Court Challenges: Christian Rights & Nat'l Day of Prayer
"There's a very important religious liberties case before the Supreme Court. The Justices today heard oral arguments on a case involving the constitutional rights of religious groups to set membership and leadership criteria according to the dictates of their religious beliefs." The first case involves Christian organizations on college campuses. The second caseinvolves last week's "decision by a federal district court in Wisconsin declaring the National Day of Prayer unconstitutional." Visit: ACLJ : Court Challenges: Christian Rights & Nat'l Day of Prayer

Monday, April 19, 2010

The Tea Party Movement and Racism

Demonizing their opponents has been a political tactic used by the left for decades, perhaps longer. Hear tea party activists talk about the media's false charge that the tea party is racist. Visit:

Saturday, April 17, 2010

Constituting America » Blog Archive » 90 in 90 = 180: History Holds the Key to Our Future

"History Holds the Key to Our Future
By Janine Turner
I was driving my mother’s car the other day and I commented on how small her rearview mirrors were. My rear view mirrors are rather big because, as a Texan, I drive a large SUV I use to work my ranch. As I was looking out of her rearview mirrors, I pondered, as a Constitutionalist, my new self-definition, about whether Americans have something in common with rear view mirrors. Is the traditional American view – the basis of our country, our thesis, our founding principles, our United States Constitution – diminishing in our rearview mirrors? Are we, as a country, driving away from these founding principles?" Visit:
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Thursday, April 15, 2010

How have TV Networks Treated the Tea Party Movement Over the Past Year?

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Palin Tells Tea Party Rally in Boston to Fight Obama (Update2) - BusinessWeek

Sarah Palin at Tea Party rally in Boston
April 14 (Bloomberg) -- Sarah Palin told a crowd of thousands at a Tea Party rally in Boston today to fight the agenda of President Barack Obama and other Democrats in power and take back control of the government. Visit:
Palin Tells Tea Party Rally in Boston to Fight Obama (Update2) - BusinessWeek

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Missing 11-year-old girl found safe in swamp | floridatoday.com | FLORIDA TODAY

A church member who said he was following the Lord found an 11 year old girl with autism. From floridatoday.com FLORRIDA TODAY: "He woke up this morning and prayed and asked the Lord to lead him,' Holland said. 'He went into the swamp and found her. He's a guy who's determined, like any man would be, determined to find this girl and do whatever it takes.'" Visit: Missing 11-year-old girl found safe in swamp | | FLOfloridatoday.com RIDA TODAY:

The GOP’s ‘Doc Fix’ to ObamaCare: Doctors as Congressional Candidates

With elements of ObamaCare going into effect before the November mid-terms, voters in at least 31 congressional districts will have the opportunity to send someone to Congress who can offer an expert’s critique: a local doctor. After years of fighting reduced Medicare payments with an annually passed bill known as the “doc fix,” these medical professionals are poised to help the GOP set the record straight on government-directed health care. Visit:
The GOP’s ‘Doc Fix’ to ObamaCare: Doctors as Congressional Candidates

Monday, April 12, 2010


No longer are we sitting in front of our TV sets yelling! We have joined Americans from across the country through a grassroots movement called the "Tea Party" which is like no other!
We the People are fed up with this out of control spending and our time is Now! Republicans, Democrats, Independents, Libertarians, etc. have made their voices heard and proclaimed that we are not going to take it anymore! The Primaries are our first line of defense ... Get Involved!
Since this movement began, we have changed the dynamics of elections in New Jersey, Virginia and Boston to help us stop this out of control congress. We also educated the public to halt a cap and trade bill that would have destroyed our economy. Although we have accomplished many changes, there is still much to be done! The fight against the health care bill that was shoved down our throats is far from over!
We hope we can count on those of you that have volunteered so much of your time to continue to make this grassroots effort a success by recruiting more members to help us stop this out of control government!
For the first time we will allow candidates to have a platform and speak at our tea party. We encourage all candidates to attend whether they are Republican, Democrat, Independent, Libertarian etc. Please come out and meet them and get the answers you need to make your vote count! It’s time to decide who deserves your support!
THINGS TO BRING: Please bring flags, cameras, camcorders, and creative homemade signs.
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Kagan, Judges Said to Be Considered for Supreme Court Vacancy - Bloomberg.com

With the retirement of Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, here are three possible nominees according to www.blomberg.com. Visit:
Kagan, Judges Said to Be Considered for Supreme Court Vacancy - Bloomberg.com

Saturday, April 10, 2010

The stem cell banking crisis - The Scientist - Magazine of the Life Sciences

The Scientist: The stem cell banking crisis - The Scientist - Magazine of the Life Sciences http://www.the-scientist.com/blog/display/57274/#ixzz0kjxxFlLT "The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has allowed a contract for the dissemination of embryonic stem cell lines approved for US government funding to lapse, shuttering a key stem cell bank, and doubling the price researchers pay for samples of some human embryonic stem cell (hESC) lines." The article goes on to say, "Researchers hoped that stem cell research would be moving forward by leaps and bounds." Cirba: Adult stem cell research is moving foreward by leaps and bounds, but the embryonic stem cell research that the article talks about is not moiving foreward. The article blames it on a lack of stem cell banks and a lack of government subsidies. Just maybe it is something else. Maybe embryonic stem cell lines aren't being used because they aren't producing the results adult stem cells produce. Visit:

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Breaking: Bart Stupak to Retire - Daniel Foster - The Corner on National Review Online

"Breaking: Bart Stupak to Retire [Daniel Foster]

Rep. Bart Stupak (D., Mich.), the leader of a group of 'pro-life' Democrats whose agreement to a compromise on abortion funding in the Affordable Care Act was critical to securing passage of the final bill, has said he will retire from the House at the end of his current term."
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Thursday, April 08, 2010

Legal Costs of the Fight Against Health Care

PA Gov. Ed Rendell on Greta Van Susteren's show on Fox complained that Pa Attorney General Tom Corbett was "wasting taxpayer money" by joining the lawsuit against Obamacare's mandates. On the other hand Gov. Brewer of Arizona joined the lawsuit estimating it will cost AZ taxpayers less than $5,000.
"PHOENIX - Arizona is joining the fight to repeal Obama's health care reform. The Governor says she'll be signing onto a multi-state lawsuit against the federal government.
There's been some dispute over how much this legal action will cost Arizona taxpayers. Turns out, it will cost less that $5,000, Gov. Brewer says." Visit:
Legal Costs of the Fight Against Health Care:
I think PA can afford it.

Palin campaigns for Minneapolis congresswoman: Former Gov. Sarah Palin | adn.com

"MINNEAPOLIS -- In a raucous rally before thousands of cheering supporters, Republicans Sarah Palin and Michele Bachmann delivered a stinging critique Wednesday of the Democrat-controlled Congress and told the crowd to replace it with one focused on undoing President Obama's agenda." Visit:
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Wednesday, April 07, 2010

Pennsylvania Leadership Conference April 16-17

Taking Back our State and Nation
Agenda -April 16 and 17, 2010 DIck Morris, Phyllis Schlafly, Pat Toomey, Tom Corbett and more. Visit: Pennsylvania Leadership Conference:

Tuesday, April 06, 2010

April 9- 7:45 - Wilkes-Barre - Meet the Candidates: “Issues & Eggs” hosted by the Luzerne County Republican Party

WILKES-BARRE – Voters in Luzerne County and surrounding areas will have a chance to meet their Republican candidates and find out how they stand on the issues at a unique forum on April 9 at Genetti Hotel & Conference Center.

“Issues & Eggs” hosted by the Luzerne County Republican Party, will feature local candidates who are running for federal and state offices along with the endorsed candidates for statewide offices.

A panel of local journalists will ask candidates questions on federal and state issues. Those in attendance may submit questions to be posed to the candidates.

Congressional candidates who will attend include Hazleton Mayor Lou Barletta, who is unopposed for the Republican nomination for the 11th Congressional seat; and three candidates who are vying for the nomination in the 10th District -- Dave Madeira of Luzerne County; Tom Marino of Lycoming County; and Malcolm Derk, Snyder County.

State candidates who will attend include Steve Urban, 14th Senatorial District; Frank Scavo, 22nd Senatorial District; State Rep. Karen Boback, 117th Legislative District; Tarah Toohil, 116th; Terrence O’Connor, 118th; Rick Arnold, 119th; Bill Goldsworthy, 120th; and James O’Meara, 121st. State Sen. Lisa Baker has a prior commitment in Harrisburg.

Jim Cawley, the Pennsylvania Republican Party-endorsed candidate for lieutenant governor, also will attend.

“This is unique because it’s more than your typical meet-the-candidates event that political parties hold,” County GOP Chairman Terry Casey said. “It’s not just a handshake and a meet-and-greet. People who attend will be able to ask tough questions and our candidates are ready for it.”

The only contested primary race among the local races for Congress and state office is in the 10th where three candidates are vying for the opportunity to challenge incumbent Democrat Chris Carney in the fall.

“This could be the only chance for voters in the 10th to see all three candidates in person, answering the same questions,” Casey said.

Even though most of the candidates are unopposed in the primary, Casey said it is important for most voters to get to know the men and women who are seeking to represent them in Harrisburg and Washington.

“Republicans are discerning voters who don’t just give candidates a pass because they are seeking the party’s nomination,” he said. “They often feel very strongly about certain issues and they want to at least know something about a person before they cast that ballot. They often want to look them in the eye or shake their hand. This is their chance.”

The forum begins with a breakfast buffet at 7:45 a.m. with the program starting at 8:15 and running to 10:30 a.m. The event is designed to attract retirees, one of the biggest voting blocs, and to give people a chance to attend before heading to their workplace.

Tickets cost $20 each and include a breakfast buffet. Tickets may be purchased at Luzerne County Republican Headquarters, 41 S. Main St., Wilkes-Barre, or online at www.luzernegop.org

Luzerne County Republican Party
41 S. Main St. Ste. 14
Wilkes-Barre PA 18701
570-208-GOP1 or lcgop@luzernegop.org

Thursday, April 01, 2010

A Commentary on the Fifth Anniversary of the Starvation Death of Terri Schiavo from Veritatis: The Cartoon by John Francis Borra

The following was composed as a letter to editors of Kansas newspapers; it combines elements of several commentaries that have been posted to this blog. For more information about Terri, her family, the appalling injustice they've suffered and to support their efforts against America's culture of death, go to http://www.terrisfight.org/ .

This week marks the fifth anniversary of the court-ordered killing of Terri Schindler Schiavo, an innocent, harmless and defenseless woman who succumbed to two weeks of forced starvation on March 31, 2005.

Make no mistake: The battle to save Terri was a simple matter of right versus wrong. It takes no legal scholar to see this, but a vigorous effort was made to make it seem so. Why? Because our culture of death cannot exist without rhetoric to cloud straightforward issues. Terri Schindler Schiavo was not dying or brain-dead and she wasn't on any kind of life support. Her nutritional needs were being met with the assistance of caregivers, no differently than infants are nursed or toddlers and elderly might be spoon-fed. Despite this, judges, politicians and pundits bent over backward to paint her unworthy of life. Beholden to the all-powerful abortion lobby, they rushed to the cause of an adulterous, impatient and greedy husband who wanted her dead and forgotten.

Indeed, the battle for Terri’s life proved especially nerve-racking for the abortion lobby, its champions in the media and its minions in government. Despite the unqualified success of having created a massive legal altar upon which tens of millions of unborn had been slaughtered, these engineers of industrialized death were well aware of its shaky foundation. So they trivialized, derided, even vilified a disabled woman lying in a Florida nursing home. After all, any legislative action or judicial decision to reinsert her feeding tube might have been viewed as validating her life. And that might have led to validating life in a broader context.

Perhaps none of this should come as a surprise. Even before Roe v. Wade, our society had begun disintegrating, devolving toward a loose association of self-centered individuals who tolerate others only to the extent they prove useful. Sen. Barbara Mikulski of Maryland personifies this utilitarian attitude; late last year, she declared abortion "preventive health care." And thanks to the Democrat majority in Congress, Mikulski's diabolic definition is included in their new health care law, permitting anti-life bureaucrats like Health & Human Services boss Kathleen Sebelius to shunt billions to "community health centers" like Planned Parenthood and other purveyors of contraception and abortion.

In the long run, this means fewer and fewer taxpayers and ever deeper cuts in government services. So, who will future Democrats find to pay for their programs? The answer is clear: no one. Rather than increase revenues, they'll decrease expenditures. For Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid and like-minded politicians, killing is once again the answer. Just like they've sold abortion to generations indoctrinated in women's rights, they'll sell euthanasia to a shrinking electorate saddled with trillions in debt and a graying population of unproductive consumers. Just as "reproductive health care" became a euphemism for decapitating children in utero, "geriatric health care" will become the polite term for smothering grandparents in bed. All that's needed is to codify it, as some states have begun doing. And as the Catholic bishops and other observers have pointed out, ObamaCare lays the groundwork for it on the federal level.

If ObamaCare is ever fully implemented, it should come as no surprise to many voters when the fate Terri suffered becomes their final reward for having supported America's party of death.

What goes around does, indeed, come around.
Veritatis: The Cartoon

Obama's Broken Promises: A Long Post: The Complete List of Obama Statement Expiration Dates - Jim Geraghty

A Long Post: The Complete List of Obama Statement Expiration Dates - Jim Geraghty