Archive for: October 9, 2007

October 9, 2007

Obama Could Learn Plenty About Patriotism from Jim Broussard

Filed under: Immigration,In The News,The Democrats - 09 Oct 2007

To the best of my knowledge, veteran Jim Broussard has never been, and is not now, a candidate for the U.S. presidency. I have no idea if Broussard is a Democrat, Republican, or Independent, or if he is even registered …

Women Who Batter, Proudly

Filed under: Politically Incorrect Reality - 09 Oct 2007

Chivalrous men resist the image, but it’s a problem that has become so pervasive that we must summon up the courage to face it – an epidemic of women who pummel their husbands and boyfriends. A recent survey by …

China Cleans Up Its Airwaves Prior To Congress

Filed under: First Amendment,Foreign Countries & Policy - 09 Oct 2007

BEIJING – China said in mid-September (’07) that it has banned television and radio advertisements for push-up bras, figure-enhancing underwear and sex toys. The government calls the items “social pollution” and made its latest move to rid China’s airwaves of …

Campus Crusade: Bringing Christianity Onto College Campuses and Beyond

Filed under: Uncategorized - 09 Oct 2007

Campus Crusade for Christ is an interdenominational ministry committed to helping take the Gospel of Jesus Christ to all nations. The organization cooperates with millions of Christians from churches of many denominations and hundreds of other Christian organizations around the …

Lurching Toward Globalism

Filed under: Politics In General - 09 Oct 2007

Cliché, corny or trite, it can probably be said that most who occupy this globe, and certainly all Americans of sound mind would relish attaining that Holy Grail of “World Peace.” Unfortunately at present, from the perspective of the American …

The Great Ideological Divide Within Christendom

The history of Christianity has been replete with examples of various theological disagreements and contrary schools of thought, even within the pale of orthodoxy. Modern times have provided us no relieve from this syndrome, which speaks to the inherent …