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Eighth Grade Students to be Taught Homosexual Sexual Act that Increases HIV/AIDS Risk

Thomas More Law Center 24 Frank Lloyd Wright Dr. Ann Arbor, Michigan 48106 News Release -- For Immediate Release: August 2, 2007 Contact: Brian J. Rooney 734-827-2001 Montgomery County Public Schools Say Yes to Anal Sex, Homosexuality, Bisexuality, and Transvestitism ANN ARBOR, MI – A public school district’s program promoting anal sex, homosexuality, bisexuality, and transvestitism as normal sexual variations was recently approved by the Maryland State Board of Education despite strenuous opposition from several pro-family groups. Montgomery County Public School’s controversial sexuality curriculum for eighth and tenth grade students is the result of pressure by homosexual advocacy groups. In response, the Thomas More Law Center, a national public interest law firm based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, announced today that it will assist the pro-family groups in their appe

Son Suing Mother and Lesbian Partner for Horrifying Abuse

Son Suing Mother and Lesbian Partner for Horrifying Abuse By Hilary White AKRON, Ohio, August 2, 2007 ( - 19 year-old Darrell Shaffer is suing his mother Mary Rowles, her lesbian partner Alice Jenkins, the Summit County Children's Services Board, the agency's former director, and agency social workers for the horrifying abuse and neglect he and his brothers suffered for years. Jenkins and Rowles pleaded guilty and were convicted in 2003 of 55 counts of abuse and neglect that included savage beatings, starvation, being locked in a closet and forced to eat animal feces. When they were apprehended by police, the boys were found to be severely malnourished; one boy was 8 years old and weighed only 28 pounds. In January 2004, the women were each sentenced to 30 years imprisonment and are being held at the Ohio Reformatory for Women in Marysville. Shaffer is the eldest of five boys who, at the time of the two women's arrest, were aged six, eight, ten, thirteen a

The new Anti-Semitism in Europe is related to their anti-Americanism because both have courage and they loathe courage.

Nothing Worth Dying For Richard Salbato 8-1-2007 “No greater love has man than to lay down his life for a friend.” These are the words of Christ describing what true love is. To understand these words you need to understand the meaning of life to a Christian and the meaning of death in the Bible. Christ says that if we live in Him, we will live forever and that sin brings death. As far as the body is concerned, everyone dies, both the sinner and the just. From a Biblical point of view, however, those who die in grace, never really die, but those in sin are already dead. How then do we, who never die, lay down our life for a friend? Here Christ is talking about the earthly life and not the eternal life. He took on all the sins, the sufferings, the injustice, and the indifference of the world and laid down His life for all others. His being did not die, only his human body and even that rose up again, as ours will be at the end of the world. How then do we lay down our life for a

How To Pray In A Few Words By One Who Formed Pope Benedict XVI

Yet everything depends on this ability to stand still and to be present with full inner awareness. The basic meaning of the word 'collected' is to be gathered together, united. A glance at our life will show how much we lack this aptitude. We should have a fixed centre which, like the hub of a wheel, governs our movements and from which all our actions go out and to which they return; a standard, also, or a code by which we distinguish the important from the unimportant, the end from the means and which puts actions and experiences into their proper order; something stable, unaffected by change and yet capable of development, which makes it clear to us who we are and how matters stand with us. We lack this; we, the men of today, lack it more than did those who lived in earlier ages. This becomes evident in our attempts to pray. Spiritual teachers speak of 'distraction' as that state in which man lacks poise and unity, that state in which thoughts flit from

Fred Thompson is a member of the CFR which is pushing the North American Union/Immigration Amnesty Bill

Fred Thompson / CFR / North American Union - The CFR is pushing the North American Union (NAU) - Fred Thompson is a member of the CFR The CFR and the NAU: The Immigration Amnesty Bill (S.1348) is all about the North American Union, the merger of Canada, the United States, and Mexico, promoted by the CFR: PREMEDITATED MERGER North American union plan headed to Congress in fall Powerful think tank prepares report on benefits of integration between U.S., Mexico, Canada Building a North American Community Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)Task Force Report No. 53 Security and Prosperity Partnership Of North America "The Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP) was launched in March of 2005 as a trilateral effort to increase security and enhance prosperity among the United States, Canada and Mexico through greater cooperation and information sharing." Check out this U.S. Governm

Hillary Clinton said "It is God's law to kill babies."

Christian Pro-Life News: Hillary (Jezebel) Clinton: "It is God's law to kill babies." - 05.18.07 Volume 5, Issue 12 -- May 18, 2007 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Hillary (Jezebel) Clinton: "It is God's law to kill babies." By Steve Lefemine Article in Life Advocate, March 1993, "Washington Week" p. 12" A word for (from) the Clintons", by Lurleen Stackhouse [Excerpts, emphasis added] 'On January 21 my name appeared on the back page of the Washington Post as "an anti-abortion demonstrator" who confronted President and Mrs. Clinton at the AMEC church on Inauguration Day. The full story needs to be told. ''What should have been written was how stridently pro-death the Clintons really are. I had the opportunity to confront Hillary face to face and she countered by scoffing, "It is God's law to kill babies." This is the story that should have been told. Hillary Clinton believes in child abuse although she cl

Canadians don't want the SPP to "absorbed [Canada] into the U.S.[ and Mexico]"

Continental integration on the march Jul 10, 2007 04:30 AM Linda McQuaig It's a great irony that, while the United States has probably never been less popular among Canadians than in the era of George W. Bush, plans to integrate Canada more deeply into the U.S. have been proceeding at a brisk clip. The threat of Canada being absorbed into the U.S. has traditionally provoked strong reactions here, as the pitched electoral battles over the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) and the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) in the 1980s and '90s attest. But the issue seems to have largely disappeared in recent years, leaving the impression that the push for deeper integration has stopped or that Canadians no longer care about it. Neither is true. Rather, what's happened is that those pushing for deeper Canada-U.S. integration – principally members of the corporate elite on both sides of the border – have become more sophisticated in their strategy. Rather than loudly trumpeting thei

"Recently released documents uncover...secrecy surrounding..." the end of the USA

The secrecy surrounding the talks come as no surprise to those who have been following the Security and Prosperity Partnership. The SPP is carrying out a merger of the three sovereign North American nations A Peek Behind Closed Doors Recently released documents uncover powerful business influence over SPP process James Corbett Corbett Report July 9, 2007 The Corbett Report has obtained minutes from the highly-secretive Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) Ministerial Meeting held in Ottawa on February 23rd, 2007. This meeting — attended by political heavyweights from Canada, the United States and Mexico — received much criticism in the Canadian press at the time for being needlessly secretive. This was in fact the main focus of a Canadian Press report from that day headlined "Officials play down criticism that talks too secretive" which noted how "North American ministers deflected criticism that they had consulted only big business for their talks on trade and s

Did Mom Who Killed Newborn Babie Kill Her Three Unborn Babies?

Her only crime according to "Republican" Rudy was not having the unborn and newborn babies killed by abortionists. If Rudy wins we are about to see the end of the Republican party. Fred Three Fetuses Found in Mom's Home By RANDALL CHASE, AP Posted: 2007-07-30 13:45:06 Filed Under: Crime News, Nation News OCEAN CITY, Md. (July 30) - Investigators found three tiny bodies wrapped in plastic and hidden at the home of a woman who was charged last week with killing her newborn child, police said Monday. Peter J. Casey, The Daily Times / AP Members of an FBI team examine a patch of ground Monday outside the home of Christy Freeman, who was charged with killing her newborn child last week. Police found three dead fetuses at the home over the weekend. None of the bodies was full-term, and only one of the four deaths was recent, said Ocean City Police spokesman Barry Neeb. "The rest could be a number of years old," he said. Two of the bodies were found in a trunk in

The period following Vatican II reminds Benedict XVI of the "total chaos" after the Council of Nicaea

All Against All: The Postconciliar Period Recounted by Ratzinger, Theologian and Pope The period following Vatican II reminds Benedict XVI of the "total chaos" after the Council of Nicaea, the first in history. But from that stormy Council emerged the "Credo." And today? Here is the pope’s response to the priests of Belluno, Feltre, and Treviso by Sandro Magister ROMA, July 27, 2007 – Like two summers ago in Aosta, again this year Benedict XVI, during his vacation in the Alps, wanted to meet with the local priests and respond to their questions. He did so on the morning of Tuesday, July 24, in Auronzo di Cadore, in the church of Santa Giustina Martire, against the backdrop of the Dolomite mountains. The pope responded spontaneously to ten questions on a wide variety of issues. For example, in relation to the growing presence of non-Christian immigrants in Italy and Europe, he explained how to reconcile the proclamation of the Gospel and dialogue with the other relig