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PRO-ABORTION YOUTUBE CENSORS PRI

Youtube Censors PRI Investigative Video FRONT ROYAL, Va., July 2 /Christian Newswire/ -- YouTube.com, in what the Population Research Institute (PRI) is calling a case of blatant censorship, has removed a video from its website for the sole reason that it criticizes a pro- abortion journalist. The video, edited and posted by the Catholic News Agency, shows PRI affiliate Carlos Polo in conversation with pro-abortion activist Eve Reinhardt. Reinhardt had obtained an interview with Polo by assuring him that she was impartial and balanced. Polo, however, discovered that she was affiliated very closely with a hard-left, pro-abortion documentary project, entitled The Decency Gap. Polo brought his own cameraman to the interview and confronted Reinhardt, accusing her of deliberately misleading him. Shortly after this video was posted, the website for The Decency Gap vanished, and the video was taken down by YouTube. YouTube cited vague "terms of use violations" as their reason

Obama Calls Traditional Christianity “Divisive and Discriminatory”

If Obama is elected will it become a hate crime to be a orthodox Christian or Jew? Fred Obama: "I oppose the divisive and discriminatory efforts to amend the California Constitution, and similar efforts to amend the U.S. Constitution or those of other states." July 1, 2008 To: Friends & Supporters From: Gary L. Bauer Did Obama Just Lose The Election? He may have if the Republican Party rises to the challenge. Here’s the news that the liberal media won’t tell you: Barack Obama has embraced the radical agenda of the militant homosexual rights movement. As I reported to you recently, Senator McCain publicly endorsed the effort in California to pass a marriage protection amendment this November in response to the outrageous decision by the state Supreme Court finding a new right for men to “marry” other men. After the California Supreme Court issued its opinion, which arrogantly ignored the 61% of California voters who approved a Defense of Marriage law in 2000,