Archives for May 2010

Greece Shows What America Would Be Without More Borrowing

AOL Daily Finance By Peter Cohan On May 2, Greece announced a deal to get a bailout from the European Union and the International Monetary Fund. But as part of the agreement, Greece needs to cut government spending in ways that are causing social unrest. That chaos could get so bad that Greece might decide it's better simply to forget about the bailout and "restructure" its debt. Greece … [Read more...]

Preacher Arrested in England for Saying Homosexuality is a Sin

London Telegraph Frank Lockwood, religion editor for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette: "It’s ironic, isn’t it, that the nation that gave us the King James Bible is now criminalizing the very kind of speech contained within the Scriptures.” ++++++++++++ A Christian street preacher was arrested and locked in a cell for telling a passer-by that homosexuality is a sin in the eyes of … [Read more...]

Russian Orthodox leader says church will not interfere in politics

Ecumenical News International / 30 April 2010 By Jonathan Luxmoore Warsaw, 30 April (ENI)--A leader in the Russian Orthodox Church has insisted his church has no wish to be an official State denomination and will never side with any single political force. "The threat that the church will be used by government doesn't exist today," said Metropolitan Hilarion Alfeyev, chairperson of the … [Read more...]

Italian Baby Aborted at 22 Weeks for Cleft Palate–Born Alive, Left to Die

From: Second Hand Smoke (Wesley J. Smith) This is what Western Civilization is becoming. From the story: A baby found alive nearly a day after a failed abortion in Italy had been rejected by his mother because he had a cleft lip and palate, according to reports. The 22-week infant was found breathing a day after the operation. He died one day later in intensive care at a hospital … [Read more...]

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