Category: Christianity


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Marxism is Anti-Bible!

Marxism is Anti-Bible!

Now that he no longer draws spiritual succor from Jeremiah Wright—the America-hating, racist demagogue who served as his pastor and spiritual mentor for twenty years—Barack Obama has turned elsewhere for guidance in the task of carrying out his political duties while remaining true to his religious values.

 

The most notable of his spiritual advisors today is his friend of many years, Rev. Jim Wallis, founder of the Sojourners organization. Says Wallis, “We’ve [he and Obama] been talking faith and politics for a long time.” 

Who is Jim Wallis? According to The New York Times, Wallis “leans left on some issues” but overall is a “centrist, social justice” kind of guy. But a closer look at Wallis’s background reveals him to be nearly as radical, if better at disguising the fact, as Jeremiah Wright.

As a teenager in the 1960s, Wallis joined the civil rights movement and the anti-Vietnam Warmovement. His participation in peace protests nearly resulted in his expulsion from the Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Illinois, a Christian seminary where he was then enrolled. While at Trinity, Wallis founded an anti-capitalism magazine called the Post-American, which identified wealth redistribution and government-managed economies as the keys to achieving “social justice”—a term that, as educator/journalist Barry Loberfeld has pointed out, is essentially “code for communism.”

In 1971, the 23-year-old Wallis and his Post-American colleagues changed the name of their publication to Sojourners, and in the mid-1970s they moved their base of operation from Chicago to Washington, DC, where Wallis has served as Sojourners’ editor (and leader of the eponymous organization) ever since. 

Advocating America’s transformation into a socialist nation, Sojourners’ “statement of faith” exhorted people to “refuse to accept [capitalist] structures and assumptions that normalize poverty and segregate the world by class.” According to Sojourners, “gospel faith transforms our economics, gives us the power to share our bread and resources, welcomes all to the table of God’s provision, and provides a vision for social revolution.”

As one of its first acts, Sojourners formed a commune in the Washington, DC neighborhood of Southern Columbia Heights, where members shared their finances and participated in various activist campaigns that centered on attacking U.S. foreign policy, denouncing American “imperialism,” and extolling Marxist revolutionary movements in the Third World. 

Giving voice to Sojourners’ intense anti-Americanism, Jim Wallis called the U.S. “the great power, the great seducer, the great captor and destroyer of human life, the great master of humanity and history in its totalitarian claims and designs.”

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The measure that would make it all but impossible to get an abortion in the state now goes to the North Dakota Senate after the state House.

BISMARCK, N.D. — A measure approved by the North Dakota House gives a fertilized human egg the legal rights of a human being, a step that would essentially ban abortion in the state.

The bill is a direct challenge to Roe v. Wade, the U.S. Supreme Court decision that extended abortion rights nationwide, supporters of the legislation said.

Representatives voted 51-41 to approve the measure Tuesday. It now moves to the North Dakota Senate for its review.

The bill declares that “any organism with the genome of homo sapiens” is a person protected by rights granted by the North Dakota Constitution and state laws.

The measure’s sponsor, Rep. Dan Ruby, R-Minot, said the legislation did not automatically ban abortion. Ruby has introduced bills in previous sessions of the Legislature to prohibit abortion in North Dakota.

“This language is not as aggressive as the direct ban legislation that I’ve proposed in the past,” Ruby said during House floor debate on Tuesday. “This is very simply defining when life begins, and giving that life some protections under our Constitution — the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.”

Critics of the measure say it will cost millions of dollars to defend. Ruby said the state has been willing to go to bat for other principles that were less important.

In Oklahoma, meanwhile, a state House committee Tuesday approved legislation that would prohibit physicians from performing abortions solely on account of the gender of a woman’s fetus, even though the measure’s author said there is no evidence the practice has ever occurred in the state.

The legislation passed 20-2 by the House Public Health Committee. The bill now goes to the full House for consideration.

The author of the bill, Rep. Dan Sullivan, R-Tulsa, said it is designed to stop couples from using the gender of a fetus as a reason to get an abortion. Sullivan said a doctor would be prohibited from performing an abortion if the mother specifically said the fetus’ sex was the reason.

However, he said there is no evidence the practice has occurred in Oklahoma. “I haven’t received any definite information that proves it,” Sullivan said.

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By -ThoughtRogue

Epitome of Innocence

Epitome of Innocence

Looks like our Usurper-in-Chief’s vision for America is right on track.  Just on the heels of his recent speech in defense of killing babies who somehow escape the executioner’s instruments, a most fascinating episode from Florida comes to the fore.  Make no mistake, Obama, the most radical abortionist ever to occupy the Oval Office is accelerating the Left’s Eugenic vision of manufacturing the perfect ‘progressive’ society through selective killings (sound familiar?)

 

 

Divine Tissue Mass

Divine Tissue Mass

Help me out here, folks, as I attempt to unravel the irony piled upon sick irony in the following recently “botched abortion” in Florida.  Isn’t this exactly what an Obamanable paradise should look like?

 

 

 

  • 1)  An abortion “Doctor”?  What on Earth is THAT?
  • 2)  Is that a mere oxymoron, or some Orwellian horror?
  • 3)  Does this abortion “Doctor” take the Hyppocratic Oath, or simply the Hypocritic Oath?
  • 4)  Didn’t the doctor and his assistants ultimately perform the thing that the mother asked for?
  • 5)  Can the patient be called a “Mother” since her “baby” never did really exist?
  • 6)  What’s the difference here, when the “tissue mass” is ultimately bagged and hucked into a dumpster?
  • 7)  I’m so confused here! – Won’t you please Help Me to understand Obama’s new, ‘hopeful’ paradise?!

Here’s the Story from Florida:

By Christine Armario

Spared, or Botched?

Spared, or Botched?

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) – Eighteen and pregnant, Sycloria Williams went to an abortion clinic outside Miami and paid $1,200 for Dr. Pierre Jean-Jacque Renelique to terminate her 23-week pregnancy.

Three days later, she sat in a reclining chair, medicated to dilate her cervix and otherwise get her ready for the procedure.

Only Renelique didn’t arrive in time. According to Williams and the Florida Department of Health, she went into labor and delivered a live baby girl.

What Williams and the Health Department say happened next has shocked people on both sides of the abortion debate: One of the clinic’s owners, who has no medical license, cut the infant’s umbilical cord. Williams says the woman placed the baby in a plastic biohazard bag and threw it out.

Police recovered the decomposing remains in a cardboard box a week later after getting anonymous tips.

“I don’t care what your politics are, what your morals are, this should not be happening in our community,” said Tom Pennekamp, a Miami attorney representing Williams in her lawsuit against Renelique (ren-uh-LEEK’) and the clinic owners.

The state Board of Medicine is to hear Renelique’s case in Tampa on Friday and determine whether to strip his license. The state attorney’s homicide division is investigating, though no charges have been filed. Terry Chavez, a spokeswoman with the Miami-Dade County State Attorney’s Office, said this week that prosecutors were nearing a decision.

Renelique’s attorney, Joseph Harrison, called the allegations at best “misguided and incomplete” in an e-mail to The Associated Press. He didn’t provide details.

The case has riled the anti-abortion community, which contends the clinic’s actions constitute murder.

“The baby was just treated as a piece of garbage,” said Tom Brejcha, president of The Thomas More Society, a law firm that is also representing Williams. “People all over the country are just aghast.”

Even those who support abortion rights are concerned about the allegations.

“It really disturbed me,” said Joanne Sterner, president of the Broward County chapter of the National Organization for Women, after reviewing the administrative complaint against Renelique. “I know that there are clinics out there like this. And I hope that we can keep (women) from going to these types of clinics.”

According to state records, Renelique received his medical training at the State University of Haiti. In 1991, he completed a four-year residency in obstetrics and gynecology at Interfaith Medical Center in New York.

New York records show that Renelique has made at least five medical malpractice payments in the past decade, the circumstances of which were not detailed in the filings.

Several attempts to reach Renelique were unsuccessful. Some of his office numbers were disconnected, no home number could be found and he did not return messages left with his attorney.

Williams struggled with the decision to have an abortion, Pennekamp said. She declined an interview request made through him.

She concluded she didn’t have the resources or maturity to raise a child, he said, and went to the Miramar Women’s Center on July 17, 2006. Sonograms indicated she was 23 weeks pregnant, according to the Department of Health. She met Renelique at a second clinic two days later.

Renelique gave Williams laminaria, a drug that dilates the cervix, and prescribed three other medications, according to the administrative complaint filed by the Health Department. She was told to go to yet another clinic, A Gyn Diagnostic Center in Hialeah, where the procedure would be performed the next day, on July 20, 2006.

Williams arrived in the morning and was given more medication.

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Dutch Courage

by –Mark Steyn

Mark Steyn won his own battle last year against Orwellian “Hate” Police, in his case, masquerading as the Canadian Human Rights Commission after “human rights” complaints were filed by the Canadian Islamic Congress regarding Steyn’s alleged “hateful” writing about the facts of Islam.  Thankfully, enough word got out worldwide about these PC clowns trying to destroy the accused via “hate speech violations” without due process, that these Kangaroo Courts eventually backed down.  [Research is still underway to determine which of the aforementioned PC Police monikers are perfect oxymorons – or merely perfect morons..]

Mark Steyn is also author of the brilliant, yet profoundly chilling, book America Alone which makes clear the stunning realization that civilizational demographics alone will soon transform the human face of our planet.  He deftly proves and warns that “Eurabia” – a continent dominated by Islam – is inevitable and imminent.

 

Conservative Canadian!

Conservative Canadian!

Last year, The New York Times ran a story (front page, above the fold, gosh) on my troubles with the Canadian “thought police”, at the end of which I’m quoted as follows:

Western governments are becoming increasingly comfortable with the regulation of opinion. The First Amendment really does distinguish the U.S., not just from Canada but from the rest of the Western world.

The latest jurisdiction to get way too “comfortable with the regulation of opinion” is the Netherlands. As Andrew noted below, the Amsterdam Court of Appeal has ordered prosecutors to put the politician and film-maker Geert Wilders on trial for “making anti-Islamic statements”.

The Dutch, like the Canadians, think they can maintain social peace by shriveling the bounds of public discourse and bringing what little remains under state regulation. But one notices that the coercive urge, which comes so naturally to Euro-progressives, only goes in one direction. The Swedish Chancellor of Justice shuts down the investigation into the Grand Mosque of Stockholm for selling tapes urging believers to kill “the brothers of pigs and apes” (ie, Jews) because that’s simply “the everyday climate in the rhetoric”. The masked men marching through the streets of London with placards threatening to rain down another 9/11 on the infidels are protected by a phalanx of Metropolitan Police officers. The PC nellies of the Canadian “Human Rights” Commission, happy to hound the last neo-Nazi in Saskatchewan posting to the Internet from his mum’s basement, won’t go anywhere near Abou Hammaad Sulaiman Dameus al-Hayitia, the big-time Montreal imam whose book says infidels are “evil people”, Jews “spread corruption and chaos”, and homosexuals should be “exterminated”.

Instead, the state’s response to explicit Islamic intimidation is to punish those foolish enough to point out that intimidation. You don’t have to be as intemperate as Minheer Wilders can sometimes be: In the Netherlands even the most innocuous statement can get you into trouble. To express his disgust at Theo van Gogh’s murder, the artist Chris Ripke put up a mural outside his studio showing an angel and the words “Thou shalt not kill”. But the cops thought this was somehow a dig at the local mosque and so came round, destroyed the mural, arrested the TV news crew filming it, and wiped their tape. The Dutch have determined to commit societal euthanasia, and dislike fellows pointing out it might not be as painless as they’ve assumed.

O’Reilly won the battle – but lost the debate

Ontologist says: O’Really is an excellent culture war community organizer, and is really effective at mustering the troops for battle; unfortunately, he is dreadfully lacking in philosophical understanding and depth, regularly committing major logical gaffes and fallacies, and uncritically affirming too many of the same philosophical positions that are held by the postmodern cultural nihilists that he is apparently fighting against. George W. Bush is also notorious for yielding vast philosophical and theological ground to the cultural nihilists. We should never underestimate the fact that ideas do indeed bear fruit and have very real consequences, whenever and wherever they are accepted by faith and persistently acted upon.

By Ilana Mercer

Bill O’Reilly has been tossing and goring Gov. Gregoire of Washington state. The reason for his welcome war on the super-left, supercilious Gregoire is the rude screed she sanctioned alongside the traditional Christmas display of the Nativity scene in the state capitol building.

Christine Gregoire allowed impolite atheists to flank the baby Jesus with a placard that read: “There are no gods, no devils, no angels, no heaven or hell. There is only our natural world. Religion is but myth and superstition that hardens hearts and enslaves minds.”

Fox New viewers have since deluged the governor’s office with angry phone calls – 200 an hour. So far so good. Bully for Bill.

But then Gregoire briskly disposed of Bill. In response, reported the Associated Press, the Democratic governor deferred to the U.S. Supreme Court, which has “been consistent and clear that, under the Constitution’s First Amendment, once government admits one religious display or viewpoint onto public property, it may not discriminate against the content of other displays, including the viewpoints of nonbelievers.”

Bill might have won the battle, but he lost the debate. Why? Because O’Reilly fiddles with the icing rather than the cake:

He defends the country’s founding faith on the frivolous grounds that it is a federal festival like any other – an “uplifting tradition … where peace and love are the theme of the great day.” The substance of O’Reilly’s claim against those who’d disrespect a Christmas display is: “Be nice, because Christmas is nice.” And because the feds have told you to.

Having defended Christmas as a lawful, public holiday, logical consistency then compels O’Reilly to stick up for every foul federal holiday, including Martin Luther King’s dedicated day. This he duly did, even going so far as to suggest that atheists apply to have their own, federally approved, winter solstice celebration. Until such a day, however, Bill vowed to banish them from the public square.

This is the country’s founding faith O’Reilly is talking about; not one among many competing holidays.

And this is O’Reilly’s problem. He’s forever arguing his case from the stance of the positive law. The “Law.com Dictionary” defines legal positivism as “man-made law, as compared to ‘natural law,’ which is purportedly based on universally accepted moral principles.” Believers call the natural law “God’s law”; others, like myself, refer to law derived from reason.

Whatever the case, the natural law is the law O’Reilly seldom defers to.

O’Reilly generally adopts the position that the law is always just because it was arrived at by majority vote. This species of legal positivism contravenes classical natural law theory, as it equates justice with the law of the State.

To follow this reasoning, Hitler’s actions would have to be considered legitimate because he came to power democratically. (The Argument From Hitler is tired, I know, but it’s the end of the year, and I’m tired.)

A jog through First Amendment jurisprudence will reveal that Grinch Gregoire’s ruling is naturally illicit, as does it distort the original intent of the Constitution. First Amendment law has tended to see the injunction against the establishment of a state religion as an injunction against the expression of faith – especially discriminating against the founding Christian faith – in taxpayer-supported spheres. The end result has been the expulsion of religion from the public square and the suppression therein of freedom of religion.

As I’ve repeatedly written, “sometimes the law of the State coincides with the natural law. More often than not, natural justice has been buried under the rubble of legislation and statute.”

If you doubt O’Reilly’s defense of the Christmas display was inadequate, consider: If Christmas were not a public holiday, would the atheistic exhibit the uncouth governor authorized be defensible? And if Christmas were not an “uplifting tradition” – O’Reilly’s diminishing description – but a sad and somber day, would it not still deserve pride-of-place in state capitols across the country?

It most certainly would. And not because the State designated it a holiday, or because it is a harmless and happy day. Christmas ought to be defended on the basis that Christianity is America’s founding faith.

To defend Christian America with reference to un-Christian State law that has all but banished Christianity from the public square is worse than silly.

It's Called Christmas, Pal!

It's Called Christmas, Pal!

by –ThoughtRogue

Yes, once again our uber-enlightened Governor, here in the Soviet of Washington, has sanctified the Atheist’s war on Christmas (not to mention Christianity) by allowing a large plaque to be displayed right next to a nativity scene in the state Capitol’s rotunda.  Under the guise of “free speech” and “equal public access”, our esteemed rulers somehow miss the fact that the Atheists’ “display” has no symbolism supporting their own belief system, but is rather an overt attack upon other citizens’ religion and their beliefs.

Would the state find it acceptable for a scorching display by the Anti-Negro Communionto make their symbolic claim that all people of darker skin shall burn in the Lake of Fire this Christmas season – as a simple expression of their faith?  How about the KKK?  Somehow, I don’t think free speech, or free exercise of religion, or anything else would justify this display in our Capitol’s rotunda.  Has anyone ever tried to hold a rational conversation or ‘debate’ with a so-called “Atheist” [Anti-theist]??  Good Luck.

BTW – Their rant calls for “reason” to prevail “this season of the Winter Solstice”?  Huh?  Last time I checked, the winter solstice was a singular point in time – not an entire “season” conveniently coinciding with the bashing of Christians while they celebrate the birth of their spiritual Savior.  Second, wasn’t the worship of annual celestial events the traditional domain of fairies, nymphs, pagans, and assorted shamans – surely not by the high-brow high priests of the Atheist’s own “religion”?

NC points out:  In order to watch this vid you have to prove you aren’t a minor. Youtube then makes the statement, “This video may not be suitable for minors.”  You’ll see why I make this point.  Oh, and by the way, I don’t give a rip which denomination of islam practices this barbaric mourning ritual!  The facts are that they want to do this here on your tax paid streets!  

 


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