Thursday, January 31, 2008

Blasphemous Dana Jackson of ESPNTOPIC: ESPN Anchor Sinks to New Low with Christian Bashing
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ESPN's anchorwoman Dana Jacobson ought to be fired for her bigoted, anti- Christian tirade at a recent ESPN function, says Dr. Gary Cass, Chairman and CEO of the Christian Anti- Defamation Commission. Speaking at an event in Atlantic City, N.J., to honor ESPN Radio personalities Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic let go with vulgar remarks like "F--- Notre Dame," "F--- Touchdown Jesus" and finally "F--- Jesus."
"The hypocrisy and double standards are outrageous," said Dr. Cass. "If she were a Christian and said the same things about Jews, Blacks, homosexuals or Muslims, the Jewish Anti-Defamation League, or the NAACP, or the Human Rights Commission or the Council on American-Islamic Relations, aided and abetted by the politically correct media, would demand nothing less than internment in rehab, court ordered psychiatric evaluations, mandated psychotropic drugs and a humiliating public apology."
Celebrities such as actor Mel Gibson, radio host Don Imus and bounty hunter Duane "Dog" Chapman have suffered career setbacks after making offensive remarks and have spent countless hours trying to placate the aggrieved groups. This situation is no different and the consequences should be the same.
"Because she was allegedly intoxicated at a bawdy event, this is supposed to mollify her critics. But people speak out of the abundance of their heart. Alcohol reveals a dark, hateful heart, it does not cause it," said Dr. Cass. The CADC is calling on people of faith to contact ESPN and register their disapproval of anti-Christian bigotry.

E-mail ESPN:
Call ESPN: 860-766-2000

The Christian Anti-Defamation Commission is a non-profit organization devoted to protecting the rights of Christians to confidently live their faith. Dr. Gary Cass has degrees from Westminster Theological Seminary. He previously served as Executive Director of the Center for Reclaiming America for Christ, an outreach of Coral Ridge Ministries founded by the late Dr. D. James Kennedy.

Saturday, January 26, 2008

Ultra-liberal Barack Obama stumping the campaign trail in SCTOPIC: Obama Wins South Carolina; Hilary Comes in Second; Edwards is a Loser!
Photo by Stefan Zaklin
With most of the precincts reporting, it seems that Barack Obama has won the South Carolina Democratic primary. Hilary Clinton (that name makes me shudder) came in second and John Edwards is a loser (which is fair since he's such a liar and fake, anyway).
Already, there are stirrings in Washington that Senator Ted "Chappaquiddick" Kennedy will endorse Obama this coming week. Well, that settles the idea for me. IF I were ever considering voting for Barack Obama, that idea just flew out the window on the wings of one of Teddy Kennedy's liquor bottles. Kennedy is one of the most liberal, liberals in the US government. If he endorse a candidate, it's highly likely that candidate is much like Ted Kennedy. After all, the Kennedy ego is huge and well-rooted in the status quo of their beliefs. Therefore, any candidate accepting Ted Kennedy's endorsement is a liberal's, liberal -- or one in the making.
Barack Obama can say he's a Bible believing Christian all he wants. BUT, if he accepts the anti-Christian, anti-anything-conservative-or-traditional-values-oriented Kennedy endorsement, then I'd say something smells very fishy! The amoral ideas for which Ted Kennedy stands are at polar opposites from that of a Bible believing Christian. So, which will it be Obama? Are you really a Christian Democrat or a Kennedy liberal?

Friday, January 25, 2008

TOPIC: Logic on Death Penalty and Abortion
How is it that many of the people who are pro-abortion (which is the killing of an unborn child) are the same people who are against the death penalty? I'd love for someone to comment and explain that kind of logic to me. I just don't get how anyone can be for the killing of an unborn human being who has done nothing wrong, yet argue against putting to death an individual who purposely takes another life.
If you can debate your point coherently and with decent language, please feel free to comment. I'll gladly publish all who provide a coherent, decent reply.

Thursday, January 24, 2008

TOPIC: Pro-Life Movement is Alive and Well on the Eve of the 35th Roe v. Wade Memorial
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Pro-life activists are now focusing their attention away from Washington, D.C. and aggressively turning their sights to state and local initiatives. Rev. Patrick J. Mahoney, Director of the Christian Defense Coalition, comments,
"On the eve of the 35th Memorial of Roe v. Wade, the pro-life movement is alive and well. Support for abortion, and abortions themselves, are at their lowest levels in over 30 years. This past Sunday thousands of churches preached messages on 'The Sanctity of Life,' and tens of thousands participated in statewide pro-life rallies and marches. On Tuesday, January 22, over 100,000 will join the annual 'March for Life,' in Washington, DC. On the pro-choice side, we see virtually no major events happening on the national stage."
Here is a list of some of the positive things happening in the pro-life movement:
  • Crisis pregnancy centers, which care for women with crisis pregnancies at no charge, outnumber abortion clinics 3 to 1.
  • A recent Gallup Poll shows that 72% of Americans 18 and under believe that abortion is 'immoral.'
  • 85% of counties in America do not have an abortion clinic.
  • All candidates running for the Office of President believe abortion is a tragic, and regrettable decision.
  • Young physicians are choosing not to become involved in the abortion industry creating a massive shortage of abortion providers.
  • At least ten states are considering legislation to ban abortions and introduce Human Life Amendments.
  • For the first time in 35 years, the United States Supreme Court banned an abortion procedure.
As the political landscape has changed in Washington, DC, the pro-life movement has adapted and is now focusing their attention on state and local initiatives. We see that in the citizen led grand jury convened in Wichita, Kansas against abortion provider George Tiller as well as state Human Life Amendments like the one recently introduced in Georgia. These efforts are bypassing the gridlock in Washington on abortion and chipping away at Roe from a local level.

Thursday, January 10, 2008

TOPIC: Newly Identified Corporate Supporters of Planned Parenthood Named
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Life Decisions International (LDI) has released a revised edition of The Boycott List, which identifies corporations that are boycott targets due to their support of Planned Parenthood, the world's primary abortion-advocacy group. "As a direct result of the commitment, action and prayers of pro-family people, at least 160 corporations have stopped funding Planned Parenthood," said LDI President Douglas R. Scott, Jr.
It is estimated that the boycott has cost Planned Parenthood more than $40 million since the Corporate Funding Project (CFP) began nearly 16 years ago. "This should be a testament to those who believe it is impossible to change corporate philanthropic behavior," Scott said.
Corporations appearing on The Boycott List for the first time include:
  • BBJ Linen (home products)
  • Carlson Companies (travel agencies, hotels...)
  • Country Inns & Suites
  • Park Inn
  • Park Plaza
  • Radisson
  • Regent
...and restaurants
  • T.G.I. Friday's
  • Pick Up Stix
  • FastSigns (graphics/printing)
InterContinental Hotels
  • Candlewood
  • Crowne Plaza
  • Holiday Inn
  • Indigo
  • InterContinental
  • Staybridge
  • Midas (motor vehicle care)
  • Paul Ecke Ranch (poinsettias)
...among others.

Corporations continuing as boycott targets from the previously released Boycott List include:
  • AlphaGraphics
  • Basics Office Products
  • Wachovia
  • Nike
  • Time Warner (Cinemax, HBO, AOL, etc.)
  • Bank of America
  • the Dallas Cowboys
  • Walt Disney
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Lost Arrow (Patagonia, etc.)
  • Chevron
  • Wells Fargo
  • Whole Foods Market
  • Nationwide (insurance)
...among others.

The new Boycott List includes a significantly expanded "Dishonorable Mention" section, which identifies charitable groups that are associated with Planned Parenthood and/or its agenda. Groups named in this section include:
  • Amnesty International
  • the American Cancer Society
  • Camp Fire Girls Inc.
  • Girl Scouts
  • Human Rights Watch
  • Kiwanis Clubs
  • Doctors Without Borders
  • the March of Dimes
  • the Muscular Dystrophy Association
  • Rotary Clubs
  • the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation
  • the YWCA
...among others.

"This has not been some sort of 'Jesse Jackson boycott' where we make news for a few days and then go away," Scott said. "Corporate officials are learning that those who value life are among the most dedicated people on earth. We will not go away until corporate involvement with Planned Parenthood comes to an end. The Pro-Life Movement will succeed only to the extent that pro-life people are willing to be inconvenienced," Scott said. "The very lives of children are worth that much -- and a whole lot more."

More information about the CFP:
Life Decisions International (LDI) is dedicated to challenging the Culture of Death, concentrating on exposing and fighting the agenda of Planned Parenthood. LDI's chief project is a boycott of corporations that fund the abortion-committing giant.

To learn more about Planned Parenthood, please visit: