Month: June 2005

Homosexual Activist Group Targets Kids in School

Silencing the Truth: Homosexual Activist Group Targets Kids in School Feature by Ed Vitagliano June 21, 2005 (AgapePress) – Most people would immediately recognize the significance of common abbreviations, like FBI, IRS or CIA. But there is another abbreviation with which parents might want to become familiar, because more than likely the organization it represents

Schiavo Autopsy Report: No Excuses for Dehydrating the Disabled

WASHINGTON, June 15 /Christian Wire Service/ — Concerned Women for America (CWA) responded to the autopsy report on Terri Schiavo, released today by a medical examiner for Florida’s Pinellas-Pasco County, which confirmed that the “removal of [Terri’s] feeding tube resulted in her death.” “Terri Schiavo’s autopsy results confirm what was feared – she was disabled,

Coalition Wants Retraction From Dems, Apology From Dean

By Bill Fancher June 16, 2005 (AgapePress) – Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean’s recent attack on the Republican Party, in which he called it a party of “white Christians,” continues to generate anger among members of both political parties. Michele Combs of the Christian Coalition of America believes Howard Dean needs to take a

Daughter of Homosexual Dad Hopes to Share Her Saga

By Chad Groening June 15, 2005 (AgapePress) – A Christian woman in Canada whose father was heavily involved in the homosexual lifestyle says she wants people on both sides of the border to understand how devastating homosexuality is on children. Dawn Stefanowicz is a born-again Christian and mother of two. She wants that committee to

Many Promote Homosexual Parenting With Poor Reasons, Faulty Premise

By Mary Rettig June 9, 2005 (AgapePress) – It’s a biological given that homosexuals cannot reproduce; however, many are getting children by hiring surrogates. One professor at Marquette University says these manufactured families are just an effort to “normalize” homosexuality. Dr. Christopher Wolfe is a professor of political science and an expert on homosexuality and

Media Stumbling Over Jefferson’s ‘Wall of Separation’

By Gregory J. Rummo June 10, 2005 (AgapePress) A University of Connecticut Department of Public Policy study found that journalists who were surveyed picked Democrat John Kerry over George Bush in the 2004 election by a margin of over 2-to-1. In another survey, only 12 percent of local reporters, editors, and media executives are self-described

Parents Riled About 6th-Grade ‘Sex Survey’

By Jim Brown and Jody Brown June 10, 2005 (AgapePress) – Parents in one Massachusetts town are expressing outrage over an explicit sex survey being administered to sixth-graders without disclosing the questions to moms and dads. Parents in Shrewsbury are upset that the local school committee is refusing to reveal the content of its version

Freedom of speech in grave peril as religious hatred bill is unveiled

June 09, 2005 The chief problem is that religious hatred is in the eye of the beholder — and that Muslim advocacy groups have been quite canny in appropriating the language of civil rights movements in tarring their adversaries as hatemongers. Underscoring this is the fact that British pols openly courted Muslim votes in the

Darwin’s Sand Castle

by Thomas E. Brewton 08 June 2005 Hypotheses resting upon metaphysical speculation are not science. My aim in this article is to amplify and perhaps make clearer a point noted in Begley Begs a Question. In that article I wrote: Third, the insurmountable problem for the Darwinian evolution hypothesis is that it starts with a