Original Article: Breaking Christian News
"There is nothing empowering to women about bringing abortion-on-demand up to the moment of birth to New York. In a day and age when females can be killed in utero simply for the crime of not being male, it is a mockery of what our feminist foremothers stood for to try and force this on New Yorkers. Women's rights must begin in the womb, or women have no rights at all." - Lori Kehoe, Executive Director, NY State Right to Life
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By Todd Starnes Todd's American Dispatch Published January 13, 2014FoxNews.com
James had fallen on hard times.
He totaled his car and he was living in a shelter in Atlanta. His wallet was empty. There was no money for a bus, certainly none for a cab. And that posed a significant problem.
James was supposed to report to a court in Lilburn, Ga. to resolve a traffic citation – some 29 miles away.
Failure to appear could have resulted in a warrant for his arrest. So James decided to do what needed to be done -- he would walk.
From: The Bozell Column
By Brent Bozell | January 4, 2014
Sarah Silverman celebrated Christmas in her usual mode: mocking Christians, and religion in general. On Twitter, she wrote “Happy Birthday, Jesus! I'm sorry [you] were murdered by people afraid of new ideas!”
Her last HBO special in 2002 was even mockingly titled “Jesus Is Magic.” Her new special was called “We Are Miracles.” Once again in the new show, she made fun of the death of Jesus, as a Jew: “You’re welcome. If we hadn’t killed him, he wouldn’t even be famous.”
Silverman then mentioned Scientology as crazy, but added “its no more bats--t crazy than every single religion. It’s just new. Christianity is super-old, but its f---ing crazy.” Silverman turned to mocking Catholics and confession. She claimed that Hitler could kill six million Jews, then go to confession, and have a priest say, “no problem, say ten Heil Marys, and Hitler goes to Heaven!”
She also praised the late Mother Teresa for not being obsessed with her body image, then went for the humor by calling her “stick thin,” and adding “f—ing bitch."
Original Article: Life Newsby Sydney Volanski
Tell me who you hang out with and I’ll tell you who you are.
Anna Maria Chávez, CEO of Girl Scouts USA (GSUSA), offers this pithy saying as her favorite quote. In order to figure out who the Girl Scouts are, I suppose we must follow Ms. Chávez’ logic and look at the organizations that GSUSA associates with.
A good place to start would be the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS). WAGGGS has member organizations across the globe, the largest of which is GSUSA, contributing approximately a quarter of the ten million members that belong to WAGGGS. GSUSA is a co-founder of WAGGGS and one of WAGGGS’ largest financial supporters, paying over $1 million each year in membership fees which are triggered by each girl and adult member’s annual GSUSA registration.
The global organization is a well-known advocate for sexual and reproductive rights, including abortion, for youth, and claims to speak for all of its 10 million members.
Original Article: YDR.Com
Second-grader Christian Bucks came up with the idea after seeing one at a school in Germany during some research.
By Lydia Ann Stern For the Daily Record/Sunday News
Second-grader Christian Bucks noticed that some of his friends didn't have anyone to play with on the playground at Roundtown Elementary School.
He decided to take action to help foster friendships at his school, setting forth to acquire a buddy bench for his peers.
Original Article: Christian News Network
AUGUSTA, Maine – A senator in Maine has introduced a religious freedom bill that seeks to protect the people from unlawful government actions.
Senator David Burns (R-Whiting) unveiled the legislation, LD 1428, on Thursday before the Maine House Judiciary Committee. More than 100 supporters gathered outside the state house to rally for the bill, and also participated in the hearing.
“Without sufficient protection for this right, citizens are never more than one judicial opinion away from losing their religious freedom,” Burns told the Bangor Daily News.
"I don't for one second think a wooden cross staked into the ground is offensive to the majority of the people that we serve." -Police Chief Jeremy Clark
(Searcy, AR)—Police Chief Jeremy Clark is refusing to take down a cross that was planted on the lawn of the police department in Searcy a year before he took office after the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) contacted him with a request to remove it.
"Someone put it there," said Clark. "I didn't put it there—I don't know who did. I wasn't going to remove it just because this organization in another state told us that we should."
"The only person that sees that cross every day is me," he added, "unless someone is purposely trying to look for it. You can see these crosses in yards all over the community we service. I don't for one second think a wooden cross staked into the ground is offensive to the majority of the people that we serve."
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Original Article: Alter Net
Most of us are so familiar with the cluster of issues that compel the religious right—opposition to gay marriage and abortion, hostility to the separation of church and state, hostility to modernity—that we don’t often think about the underlying theme holding these disparate obsessions together. It might even be tempting to believe there isn’t a unifying theme, except for the fact that conservatives themselves often allude to it: “civilization collapse.”
Original Article: Buzz Post
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