Month: April 2011

Shipped Right to Your Child’s Door – At Taxpayer Expense

According to an article at Fox News, the city of Philadelphia has begun a new campaign to engage children as young as 11 in the use of condoms. A new website set up by the city’s Health Department to promote the campaign offers, “If you live in Philadelphia and are between the ages of 11

A Christian Response to Earth Day

by Doug Phillips All men are religious because all men have an object of worship. All men have faith in something. In the end, men will either worship and serve the creature, or they will worship and serve the Creator. But they will worship something. In the 18th century, many began to worship the mind.

Snooping: It’s not a crime, it’s a feature

New apps hijack the microphone in your cell phone to listen in on your life Mike ElganApril 16, 2011 (Computerworld) Cellphone users say they want more privacy, and app makers are listening. No, they’re not listening to user requests. They’re literally listening to the sounds in your office, kitchen, living room and bedroom. A new

John Boehner’s “Deal”

by Chris The “deal” struck last Friday by House Speaker Republican John Boehner and Democrats President Barack Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid will fund the government for the remainder of fiscal year 2011 (through the end of September) and cut approximately $38.5 billion in spending. It will also allow Planned Parenthood to

Soros: It’s Not Easy Being God

By Joy Tiz Wednesday, April 7, 2010 “I carried some rather potent messianic fantasies with me from childhood, which I felt I had to control otherwise they might get me into trouble.” -George Soros Obama’s boss, George Soros discovered his own narcissism at an early age. Robert Slater, in his unauthorized biography of Soros—Soros, The

ACORN Pleads Guilty to Voter Registration Fraud in Nevada

The defunct political advocacy group ACORN has pleaded guilty to one count of an election law violation in Las Vegas, Nevada. ACORN attorney Lisa Rasmussen told Fox News that a plea agreement was worked out with the state attorney general. The violation was for unlawfully providing compensation for registering voters based on the total number