Wednesday, September 02, 2015

PP Founder Sanger: "Murder Not the Worst Sin"

Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger seemed unsure in a television interview whether there is such a thing as "sin" and if there is, she was unsure what should be considered "sin."

She said, "Whether I think murder is a sin or not, it's a terrible act," but she continued, "there is a greater sin than murder."

The revelation of Planned Parenthood's recent barbarism in selling baby body parts is also a further revelation of the lack of courageous political leadership in America.

Far too many Republican lawmakers have become strangely silent when it comes to actually de-funding, rather than merely denouncing the abortion behemoth.

Thomas Sowell, Senior Fellow at Hoover Institute, Stanford University wrote an article yesterday addressing, not the revelations of Planned Parenthood, but those of the current presidential campaign.

Bottom line---lack of leadership.

Tuesday, September 01, 2015

Insanity Unleashed in the Name of Education--Call Me 'Ze', Not 'He'

Educators at the University of Tennessee are very concerned that students might be offended by the usage of personal pronouns like she, he, him and hers---so they are offering an alternative vocabulary to the old misconceptions of male and female.

A University spokesperson says, "It's about education. We are a higher education institution and exposing our students to a lot of different things."

"We are exposing our students to an increasingly diverse and global world," she says.


Global education rankings show her "global world" has moved on, leaving the US far down the list.

America was once rated #1 in education, now depending on the survey organization, we are as high as #14 and as low as #28.

Remember the little song, "School days, school days; Dear old Golden Rule days; Reading and...

Monday, August 31, 2015

Ted Cruz: "It Feels Like Sunday Morning"

More than 10,000 people gathered at the State House in South Carolina Saturday to say publicly, "We Stand With God."

The SC newspaper, "The State," reported that the gathering "amounted to a political and religious revival" with Ted Cruz and Rick Perry joining local pastors and politicians.

The newspaper reports "they were preaching messages denouncing abortion and gay marriage and calling for a spiritual awakening in Washington DC and across the nation."

Is something going on---or is this just politics as usual?

Friday, August 28, 2015

Defining a Nation by Birthright Citizenship?

This week Ira Mehlman, head of Federation for American Immigration Reform, told One News Now: "A nation is more than just a random collection of people who happen to have been born in a particular place or happen to share a defined piece of geography. There is a lot more that defines a nation and if we don't start recognizing that, we're not going to have a nation."

But what does God say?

Is the concept of "nations" important in God's purposes? If so, how does He define a nation?

Thursday, August 27, 2015

Heads up Parents---and a Suggestion for Teachers

Heads Up Parents: As kids prepare to return to public school classrooms, Human Rights Campaign, the nation's largest Homosexual Rights organization, is prepared to welcome them.

Their new "Welcoming Schools Initiative Guide" is waiting on the educator's desk to help teachers answer questions that may come up in class, like, "How can a family have two moms [dads]?" In addition, they are preparing the teacher to seize "teachable" moments in the classroom.

The "Guide" also addresses which words are and which are not acceptable in the classroom, with a goal of making gay and transgender kids feel comfortable.

Suggestion To Teachers: If you're a Christian or conservative, have you considered redirecting the use of your mandatory NEA dues? A number of public school teachers are doing so to avoid supporting Planned Parenthood and political candidates and legislation that does not represent their personal beliefs.