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Beware of Fake Pro-Lifers: Matthew 25 Network and Doug Kmiec

Don't Listen to the Counterfeit Pro-Lifers Like Matthew 25 Network and Kmiec Washington, DC (LifeNews.com) -- Last week, nationally-recognized pro-life nurse and blogger Jill Stanek wrote a column about fake pro-lifers. She responded to groups like the Matthew 25 Network and Obama backers like Doug Kmiec who tried to fool pro-life voters into thinking pro-abortion candidate Barack Obama wasn't so bad. Stanek says so-called pro-life advocates like them never show up with the millions of Americans who are genuinely pro-life. "If you've missed spotting any of these pro-life 'activists,' the clueless Washington Post deemed them, at pro-life events like the annual March for Life, or speaking or writing on the pro-life issue, it's because they've been MIA." Stanek says she's always ready to welcome a pro-life convert to the cause. "Just not Obama supporters who argued that despite his support of abortion on demand even after delivery, Obam

California: "69,000 HIV/AIDS Deaths due to Male/Male Sex"

Should California Declare Homosexuality 'Marriage' in Light of HIV/AIDS Data? On World AIDS Day, Accountability Needed in California COLUMBUS, Ohio, Dec. 1 /Christian Newswire/ -- For two decades, the U.S. has done virtually nothing to arrest the behavior causing most cases of HIV/AIDS in this country: homosexual sex. In California, homosexuals are now demanding their behaviors be considered "marriage," even if it means subverting a lawful vote. Let's look at California and HIV/AIDS: 1. In California, 67% of HIV/AIDS cases are directly linked to male homosexual behavior, with another 9% involving the combined risks of males having sex with males (MSM) and injection drug use (IDU)(Source: California Department of Public Health). 2. California has experienced 69,000 HIV/AIDS deaths due to male/male sex since the beginning of the epidemic (From CDPH data). 3. In California, nearly 62,000 people are now living with HIV or AIDS (Source: CDC 2006 Surveillance Rep

Pope Benedict XVI May Change Catholic Mass

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/11/28/AR2008112802209.html Pope May Change Catholic Mass Saturday, November 29, 2008 Pope Benedict XVI may change the sequence of the Catholic Mass, including the sign of peace exchanged between worshipers, in order "to create a more meditative climate" of worship, a senior Vatican official said. Cardinal Francis Arinze said the pope had asked all bishops for their views on whether the sign of peace, which is shared before Communion, should be moved to an earlier point in the Mass. Arinze, who heads the Vatican body in charge of liturgy and sacraments, made the announcement in last Saturday's edition of the Vatican newspaper L'Osservatore Romano. "The meaning of this gesture is often not fully understood," Arinze said. "It is thought to be a chance to shake hands with friends. Instead it is a way to tell those nearby that the peace of Christ, really present on the altar, is also with all

Palin's Priorties of God and Family vs. Leftist and Republican Elitist

-"Since the election [Palin] has fearlessly and steadfastly stated her priorties- God, family- stop right there, because that is enough to enrage the leftist [as well as some Republican elitist] and drive them to relentless attacks." - "Apparently, insiders of both parties are afraid that Sarah might represent the majority of Americans." [Journalist Christopher Manion, The Wanderer, Nov.20, 2008] http://community.adn.com/adn/node/134309 McCain Owes Sarah Some Straight Talk Where's John McCain's honor when we need it? We'll find out tonight, when the Arizona Republican appears on "The Tonight Show" with Jay Leno. In the week since the election, Mr. McCain's campaign team has leaked some nasty stuff about Sarah Palin. These leaks are personal, and they speak more to the character of Mr. McCain and the leakers than they do to Mrs. Palin. So it will be telling if Mr. McCain stands up for his partner and says how offended he has been by

Palin: "I think the Republican Ticket Represented too much of the Status Quo"

-“I think the Republican ticket represented too much of the status quo, too much of what had gone on in these last eight years, that Americans were kind of shaking their heads like going, wait a minute, how did we run up a $10 trillion debt in a Republican administration? How have there been blunders with war strategy under a Republican administration?” Palin said. http://209.85.173.132/search?q=cache:UHkvd798KysJ:www.politico.com/news/stories/1108/15474.html+I+think+the+Republican+ticket+represented+too+much+of+the+status+quo+sarah+palin&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=1&gl=us GOP ticket was too ‘status quo’ By ANDY BARR | 11/10/08 11:19 AM EST Text Size: Sarah Palin says she and John McCain lost because the GOP ticket 'represented too much of the status quo.' Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin said Sunday that she and running mate John McCain lost because the Republican ticket “represented too much of the status quo.” In an interview with the Anchorage Daily News posted