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Friday, August 23, 2013

Obama in Scranton

Ho-hum!  Obama makes another appearance in Scranton.  This time he announces the beginning of the take over of the colleges and universities  under the guise of keeping college costs down - Yeah, just like he's saving us money on insurance premiums with Obamacare.  Of course the ill-informed Scrantonians who attended the event cheered at the thought of repaying loans as a percentage of money they are making.  Don't they realize the less you pay on your loans, the more you have to pay in interest? How about real jobs as a solution to paying college debt?  You know, the kind that give you a 40 hour work week or more and insurance paid by your employer?  Oops!  Silly, me, Obamacare got rid of that kind of a job.

Anyway what Obama's rating system for colleges is sure to do over time is to deny students who attend Christian colleges government loans and grants.

Pro-lifers and patriots may want to know that at least 40 protesters greeted Obama as he came into Scranton with signs like Impeach Obama and Honk 2 impeach Obama.  Additional protesters were across town.  The positive response we received from persons driving by was very encouraging.  Don't expect to see any photos on the evening news.  I'll post some when I get photos.

Thursday, August 22, 2013

In pictures: The ruins of a burnt-out Coptic church - EGYPT - FRANCE 24

Attacks on Egypt’s Christian minority have multiplied following the bloody crackdown on supporters of the ousted Islamist president Mohammed Morsi. FRANCE 24 went to meet the caretakers of a burnt-out Coptic church in Giza, near Cairo."  In pictures: The ruins of a burnt-out Coptic church - EGYPT - FRANCE 24:

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Morally bankrupt neighbor wants autistic child euthanized.

A neighbor wrote a letter to the mother of an autistic child, a portion of that letter follows:
 ""He is a hindrance to everyone and will always be that way!!!!!" it continues. "Who the h_ _ _ is going to care for him?????? No employer will hire him, no normal girl is going to marry/love him and you are not going to live forever!! Personally, they should take whatever non retarted body parts he possesses and donate it to science.""  The letter ends with a suggestion that Begley "do the right thing and move or euthanize him."   Visit:
Letter targeting autistic boy causes outrage:

Friday, August 16, 2013

Egyptian blood runs as supporters march in 'Friday of anger' | Fox News

Egyptian blood runs as supporters march in 'Friday of anger' | Fox News: "Violent and bloody protests continued to rage throughout Egypt Friday, as Muslim Brotherhood backers clashed with fellow Muslims, security forces and  Christians in what was designated a "Day of Rage."

As night fell, rioters ignored a curfew and called for protests to continue into next week. Coptic churches were set ablaze, security forces and backers of ousted President Mohammad Morsi exchanged gunfire and the day's death toll swelled past 60. The figure was well below the two-day toll of 638 for Wednesday and Thursday, but observers saw no signs of hope the bloodshed would end anytime soon."

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Tuesday, August 06, 2013

NRLC pulls support over same-sex marriage opposition | The Daily Caller

NRLC pulls support over same-sex marriage opposition | The Daily Caller: "The National Right to Life has officially withdrawn support for the Cleveland Right to Life over the latter’s recent proclamation that it opposes same-sex marriage.

“The mission of the National Right to Live Committee (NRLC) has been articulated since the inception of the organization — to protect the right to life of innocent human beings, including those jeopardized by legal abortion, by euthanasia, and by assisted suicide,” NRLC president Carole Tobias wrote in a letter dated July 17 to CRTL president Molly Smith."

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Monday, August 05, 2013

Jill Stanek - With her typing fingers on the pro-life pulse

"Another North Carolina abortion clinic has failed its inspection. The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services found the clinic wasn’t complying with 23 rules:
In addition to other findings, the survey found the facility:
• Failed to maintain anesthesia (nitrous oxide gas) delivery systems in good working condition, with torn masks and tubing held together with tape. This could lead to patients not receiving the intended dosage and risk patients not being fully sedated during surgical procedures, leading to pain and physical harm."  To read other violations visit:  Jill Stanek - With her typing fingers on the pro-life pulse:

Rep. Trey Gowdy’s Explosive Claim About Benghazi Survivors | Video | TheBlaze.com

The Obama administration is “changing names” of the Benghazi survivors and “creating aliases” to keep them hidden from congressional investigators and the American people, Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) told Greta Van Susteren on Thursday night. He also said the administration is “dispersing them around the country” to keep them out of sight.

Gowdy’s stunning claims were overshadowed by CNN’s bombshell report that revealed there were “dozens” of CIA operatives on the ground in Benghazi on Sept. 11, 2012, the night of the deadly attack that killed four Americans. Meanwhile, the CIA is taking “unprecedented” to keep whatever it was doing in Benghazi a secret, according to the report."  Visit:  Rep. Trey Gowdy’s Explosive Claim About Benghazi Survivors | Video | TheBlaze.com:

Friday, August 02, 2013

Independence Law Center » Lancaster County’s family-run wood component business appeals loss of religious liberty

Independence Law Center » Lancaster County’s family-run wood component business appeals loss of religious liberty  :The Independence Law Center sent the following e-mail:

Pa. family business asks full Third Circuit to protect religious freedom 
Court of Appeals declined to halt enforcement of abortion pill mandate

LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. — The Independence Law Center representing the Mennonite-owned company, Conestoga Wood Specialties, Inc. has asked the full U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit to rehear its case after a three judge panel of that court declined to halt enforcement of the Obama administration’s abortion pill mandate.

The case, Conestoga Wood Specialties Corp. v. Sebelius, involves a mandate by the federal government that all employee health insurance plans include coverage for FDA approved contraception. Consistent with the FDA labeling, however, many of these forms of contraception work to change the lining of the uterus so that an embryo could be destroyed after conception. For the Hahn family, Mennonites from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, the government mandate confronts a matter of religious faith since it would be contrary to their faith to in any way facilitate the taking of human life.

Charles W. Proctor, III is lead counsel in the case, together with Randall Wenger, chief counsel of the Independence Law Center, and attorney Matt Bowman of Alliance Defending Freedom.

“Americans should be free to live out their faith in all areas of life—including the way they run their business,” said Wenger. “We are hopeful that the Court of Appeals or eventually the Supreme Court will understand the critical importance of our right to live out our religious faith—and the heart-wrenching violation of conscience that it would be to the Hahns to deny them that right.”

“The religious liberty of Americans is not something that should be withheld or dispensed by the government as it arbitrarily sees fit,” added Proctor. “Instead, our Declaration of Independence makes it clear that the Hahn family and all Americans are ‘endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights’ and the free exercise of religion is the very first right enumerated in our Bill of Rights.”

This has been a hard fought journey for Conestoga Wood and the Hahns. They filed suit in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania on Dec. 4 of last year asserting that being forced to provide and pay for insurance that covers drugs and devices that could result in the death of an embryo is contrary to their religious convictions. The District Court denied a request for a Preliminary Injunction on January 11, so Conestoga Wood and the Hahns appealed on January 14 and moved for an injunction pending appeal on January 22, which was denied on February 7. A three judge panel of the Court Appeals ruled against them on July 26, and they filed a petition this week seeking reargument before the full Court.

Conestoga Wood and the Hahns join many other family run businesses around the country seeking injunctions to protect them from the abortion pill mandate.

The Independence Law Center is a pro-bono, non-profit law center in Pennsylvania focused on protecting religious liberty.