Sunday’s Newslinks – 01/31/10

January 31, 2010 at 9:17 am | Posted in Newslinks | Leave a comment
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Brown victory prompts political tremors in California
California Republicans have joined other party faithful across the country in celebrating the Scott Brown win in Massachusetts and believe it will be the political stimulus the GOP needs heading into this Fall’s election.

Study: Sexting a growing and dangerous problem
Pew Research Center has released results of a survey on “sexting,” the practice mostly among youth of transmitting nude or semi-nude pictures of themselves via cell phone.

Airline clerk appeals UK rulings banning crucifix
A Christian woman is asking London’s High Court to force British Airways to admit it was wrong in demanding she stop wearing a crucifix at work.

Ten Commandments monument in place at Okla. bank
A Ten Commandments monument that supporters want to put on the lawn of an Oklahoma county courthouse has been installed outside a bank for the time being.
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Remembering Dates

January 10, 2008 at 2:55 pm | Posted in Christianity | Leave a comment
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If I toss out dates like December 7th, 1941 or September 11th, 2001, people will know what I’m talking about (at least some people will know…). We recognize those dates as important in American History. These are dates that have shaped the days that we now live in. Just in case some of you don’t know, December 7th, 1941 was the day that the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. September 11th is, of course, the day that the Twin Towers of the World Trade center were attacked by domestic planes hijacked by Muslim terrorists. Dates like these we remember. But what if I threw out January 22nd, 1973? Would you know that date? This date may have shaped our lives more than any other date in American History including the wars that were fought in and by this country…

On January 22nd, 1973, the Supreme Court decided to uphold a ruling made by the Texas District Court that a woman had a right to choose whether or not she could abort the child within her. The decision was made on the basis of the rights of the mother to choose what to do with her body. Not only that, it has caused a divide in the country that continues today. There are supporters of the issue who say that the decision is Constitutional and is valid with concerns to women’s rights, freedom, and privacy. There are also many against the decision who say that it cannot be inferred from the Constitution and that it completely disregards the rights of the unborn child. Continue Reading Remembering Dates…


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