Monthly Archives: March 2006

Anti-conversion law passed in ‘tolerant’ Algeria

Another Islamic government has made it illegal to convert to Christianity. As attention focused on an Afghan Christian convert who faced the death penalty for his conversion, Algeria quietly passed a law that punishes anyone who persuades a Muslim to … Continue reading

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Moving Muslims to Europe does not make them Europeans

Vox Day has a wonderful commentary explaining the difference between immigration and migration and how allowing politicians to confuse the two will cause a huge possibly unwanted change to a culture.  Leftist out there will hate this article but that … Continue reading

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‘Satanic’ art in Catholic Church exposed

Now this is interesting stuff from a sector inside the Catholic Church. Could the Roman Catholic Church’s sex abuse crisis be tied to embedded Satanic and occultic imagery in its artwork – some of it hundreds of years old? That … Continue reading

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The Cost of becoming a Christian in Afghanistan

Of course you don’t hear this in the MSM but this is what happens pretty regularly in the Muslim world.  Abdul Rahman is facing a death sentence for becoming a Christian.  What a heinous crime! One bystander states… "Cut off … Continue reading

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Archbishop: stop teaching creationism

Archbishop of Canterbury argues against teaching creationism in schools.  Even schools started by Christians.  This seems a bit odd to me because the actual theory being taught is Intelligent Design, not creationism.  There seems to be significant confusion here. The … Continue reading

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Update on Blogs For Terri

Dear Friends, One year ago we fought together on behalf of Terri Schiavo at BlogsforTerri as a loose coalition of independent bloggers, commenters and readers. Despite our protests, we watched with sadness and alarm as Terri’s food and water were … Continue reading

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Photo of the Day: Shadows of a Rose

Shadows of a Rose Originally uploaded by !!WaynePhotoGuy. The sun was just perfect, I wanted to have a little fun. This is the result.

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Everything Happens For A Reason

Sometimes people come into your life and you know right away that they were meant to be there …  to serve some sort of purpose,  teach you a lesson or help figure out who you are or who you want … Continue reading

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X-rated ‘children’s’ books outrage students’ parents

What is with our schools and libraries? Parents across the nation are taking action against both school districts and libraries that feature books, some of them required reading, that include sexual issues and obscenity many believe are inappropriate for school … Continue reading

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My State Rep takes up life issues

I knew there was a reason why I liked this guy…. With heated debate reflecting a deep social divide over issues of life and death, a Minnesota House committee on Tuesday passed a bill that would require health-care professionals to … Continue reading

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