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  • It's time for Clark University's Deborah Dwork to issue an apology

    06/23/2012 7:27:07 AM PDT · by cleghornboy · 3 replies
    La Salette Journey ^ | June 23, 2012 | Paul Melanson
    In several past Blog posts I've documented how Deborah Dwork, Director of Clark University's Strassler Center for Holocaust & Genocide Studies, has engaged in anti-Catholic historical revisionism, falsely accusing Pope Pius XII of happy memory as having "failed Europe's Jews miserably, unconscionably." See here for example. Now, Zenit is reporting that: After six years of untiring research that has uncovered 76,000 pages of original material, plus multiple eyewitness accounts and testimonies from prominent international scholars, Gary Krupp is confident the besmirching of Pope Pius XII's reputation is coming to an end. "We're definitely winning, absolutely no question," Krupp tells me...
  • Michele Bachmann's 2nd Surge, by Jerry McGlothlin

    12/04/2011 6:57:15 PM PST · by geraldmcg · 33 replies
    WND ^ | 12-4-11 | Jerry McGlothlin
    With Herman Cain out of the race, is Michele Bachmann poised for a second surge? And is there a biblical precedent for electing a woman president? Many people forget that Michele Bachman had a first surge that briefly made her the GOP presidential primary frontrunner. She appealed to secular conservatives due to positions espousing smaller government and low taxes. Evangelical Christians loved her unashamed positions on issues of faith. But somewhere along the way. Evangelicals questioned the biblical teachings on submission for women, wondering if it would be a 'sin' to vote for a woman President. So, is there a...
  • WHY MICHELE BACHMANN IS SET FOR A SECOND SURGE: Biblical Precedent for Electing a Woman President

    11/23/2011 8:39:07 PM PST · by geraldmcg · 41 replies ^ | 11-24-11 | Jerry McGlothlin
    Many people forget that Michele Bachman had a first surge that briefly made her the GOP Presidential Primary frontrunner. But that may have been because many Bible believing Christians loved her values and spunk but quickly had 'buyer’s remorse' as second thoughts kicked in, wondering if it biblically correct to have a woman president. So, the question is: Is there a biblical precedent for a woman President? Yes. In a word: Deborah. The book of Judges, chapter 5, explains an eerily similar pattern to today's political and economic state of America. Ancient Israel had fallen on tough times. They had...
  • Sarah Palin - America’s Deborah

    06/21/2011 11:55:10 AM PDT · by The Ignorant Fisherman · 188 replies
    The Ignorant Fishermen ^ | 6/21/11 | DJP I.F.
    In the days of the judges of Israel, Israel had turned their backs repeatedly on the Law of Moses and the God of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and Moses (Deut. 31:29, Judges 2:6-11). When they followed these absolutes of time and ETERNITY (which was almost NEVER) they were blessed and prospered by the hand of the Lord (Judges 4-5). "The consequences of this lawless departure led to the break down of society and to the chastening hand of the God of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and Moses" During one particular time when Ehud - a godly man, deliverer and judge of the...
  • California's stem cell debacle

    06/07/2005 8:13:47 AM PDT · by thebiggestdog · 157+ views ^ | June 7, 2005 |
    In the elections last November, Californians overwhelmingly voted to spend over three billion dollars of taxpayer money for stem cell research. Celebrities came pouring out of the woodwork, (and the Betty Ford Center) to praise the initiative, and pump up the minions with unfounded claims about the potential for stem cell research. Christopher Reeves name was thrown out more than a few times, even though almost every doctor admitted that it would be extremely doubtful that stem cells could have prolonged his life. Reeves, and other people with debilitating illnesses like childhood Diabetes, MS, and Alzheimers may someday be helped...
  • Former Marine to Battle for Lower Taxes in Bay Village

    12/22/2004 4:25:04 PM PST · by bruce_cobbeldick_for_congress · 5 replies · 1,294+ views
    Dec 23 2004 | Bruce Cobbeldick
    Contact us at 440-808-8926 and let's help Bruce Cobbeldick win this one! All citizens' votes are the deciding votes. Your voice matters! Lobby for Cobby! Simple And To The Point The message I want to get out is this: "If we learned anything in 2004, it ought to be our new-found ability to see beyond Partisan Labels and look for substance, character and humanity - not mere Party affiliation to get our votes!" "Send in the Marine!" Vote for Bruce Cobbeldick. He's battling to lower your taxes! Bay Village Is a Fantastic Community We Plan To Make It Affordable Again...
  • DAY OF INFAMY 2001

    03/22/2004 2:50:54 AM PST · by MarvntheMartian · 3 replies · 571+ views
    WorldNetDaily | March 19, 2004 | PAUL SPERRY
    Official: Kerry failed to act on pre-9/11 tip 3rd agent to say he warned security lapses made Boston airport ripe for 'jihad' attack WASHINGTON - A third federal aviation-security agent, one still with the government, has stepped forward to say he also warned Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry about security lapses at Boston's Logan International Airport before the 9/11 hijackings there. Earlier this week, two former FAA agents said the Democratic presidential hopeful failed to take effective action after they gave him a prophetic warning that his home airport was vulnerable to multiple hijackings. Brian Sullivan, a retired special agent from...
  • Senate Confirms Long-Stalled Cook Nomination

    05/05/2003 5:25:03 PM PDT · by warped · 14 replies · 211+ views ^ | 05/05/2003 | Thomas Ferraro
    Senate Confirms Long-Stalled Cook Nomination May 5, 7:17 pm ET By Thomas Ferraro WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Judicial nominee Deborah Cook, denied even a hearing let alone a vote by the previous Democratic-led Senate, won confirmation on Monday from the Republican-controlled Senate. On a largely party-line vote of 66-25, the Senate approved President Bush's nearly two-year-old bid to elevate the Ohio Supreme Court justice to the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati. Also on Monday, Republicans tried and failed for a fifth time to remove a Democratic procedural hurdle against another long-stalled judicial nominee, Miguel Estrada. The Senate voted...