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Thursday, January 15, 2009

Barack Obama And The Culture Of Death

By Doug Patton
January 13, 2009

On January 20th, 47-year-old Barack Hussein Obama will be sworn in as the 44th president of the United States of America, with millions of adoring sycophants streaming into Washington, DC, to catch a glimpse of their idol. Two days later, somber pro-lifers will once again gather in the same city to observe another anniversary of the worst Supreme Court decision since Dred Scott, and to mourn the senseless slaughter of 50 million unborn babies over the last 36 years.

Oddly, if exit polls are to be believed, some people will be there for both events. (continued...)

Jindal to GOP: Repent!

by Cal Thomas

BATON ROUGE, La. -- As a practicing Roman Catholic, Louisiana's Republican governor, Bobby Jindal, knows a lot about repentance and penance. And in an interview last Wednesday at the governor's mansion, Jindal sounded a lot like a preacher listing the sins of a party he hopes will soon see the light. (continued...)

Minus 16 Days

"The world" begins to sour on Obama.


Barack Obama takes the oath of office next week, having promised to win back the respect of "the world," which George W. Bush has alienated. So the big question is this: How long after Obama becomes president will it be before "the world" begins to sour on him--begins to suspect that he is one of us, not one of them?

The answer is minus 16 days. (continued...)

Quarterback Who Led Florida Gators to Championship Almost Victim of Abortion

This is a cool uplifting story:

Gainesville, FL ( -- Tim Tebow led his Florida Gators football team to become national champions last Thursday in a win over Oklahoma. On Sunday, the former Heisman Trophy winner announced he's coming back for his senior season, despite thoughts that he was looking to leave early for the NFL after pulling off the big victory. However, Tebow's accomplishments may never have been supported had his mother followed a doctor's recommendation to have an abortion. Pam Tebow and her husband were Christian missionaries in the Philippines in 1985 and they prayed for "Timmy" before she became pregnant. Pam entered into a coma after she contracted amoebic dysentery, an infection of the intestine caused by a parasite found in a contaminated food or drink. The treatment for the medical condition would require strong medications that doctors told Pam had caused irreversible damage to Tim -- so they advised her to have an abortion. Pam Tebow refused the abortion and cited her Christian faith as the reason for her hope that her son would be born without the devastating disabilities physicians predicted. Pam ultimately spent the last two months of her pregnancy in bed and, eventually, gave birth to a health baby boy in August 1987.