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The Pictures from the 2006 March for Life

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Published on: January 25, 2006

I finally got the pictures from the 2006 March for Life up on my web site. Again I am sorry it took me 2 days to get them up.

Bin Laden offers a “truce”

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Comments: 1 Comment
Published on: January 19, 2006

Aljazeera is broadcasting some more propaganda from Bin Laden. He is claiming that the US is losing the war in Iraq and Afghanistan, and is “offering” a “truce”. I doubt it; from what I have seen in the pass Bin Laden’s goal was to destroy the US and the culture because of its decadence. Now[…]

This up comming weekend

Categories: Friends, News, Politics
Comments: 14 Comments
Published on: January 18, 2006

Well I was hoping to go to DC on Friday afternoon after work. But those plans fell though. I will still be going down, but I will be picked up early Monday morning (I am going down for the annual March for Life), and comming back late Monday night. I promise I will take my[…]

How long till the ACLU defends this jerk

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Comments: 10 Comments
Published on: January 17, 2006

A news station in Florida is running a story about how a many who threatened to punch a Taxi Driver and used some racist slurs has been sentenced to attend a “black” church of 6 Sunday. First what is a “black” church? A church is a church as long as it preaches the gospel of[…]

Jessica’s Law in Pennsylvania

Categories: News, Politics
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Published on: January 16, 2006

With all the coverage on Vermont and the 60 days that the pervert got after raping a little girl for 4 years. I looked to see if Pennsylvania has Jessica’s Law. I looked over Bill O’Reilly’s Web site to see what PA looked like. I lists PA as “headed in the right direction. So I[…]

Is the so called “New Media” really this important?

Categories: News, Politics
Comments: 2 Comments
Published on: January 12, 2006

They say no ID in Science, but it is OK for a Philosophy class (some have said mythology class), but they are not happy with a Philosophy class with ID in it.

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Published on: January 11, 2006

The Mercury News is running an article on a class some California going to do on Philosophy class on alternative thought to evolution. There were many in the anti-ID groups that said that if you want to have it discuses in a public school (we are talking ID, and I would say I hope all[…]

This was a nice thing for Clinton to do.

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Published on: January 10, 2006

Fox News has a story on how Clinton was returning from Paris, and had plane troubles when he landed for a refueling stop. Well at the same time some troops were returning home. Well Clinton (Bill that is) went out to welcome to troops home, and to thank them for their service. I have to[…]

Ed Rendell claims to spend more on Pittsburgh then Philadelphia

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Published on: January 6, 2006

Ed Rendell claims to spend more on Pittsburgh then Philadelphia, but lets look at the numbers that comes from KDKA (a liberal news source) and they quote Rendell’s numbers from his people. The proof they use to claim they spend more on Pittsburgh is the per person cost in Pittsburgh compared to Philadelphia. Now lets[…]

Can not pray in the Name of Christ/Trinity/Allah/whatever

Categories: News, Politics
Comments: 1 Comment
Published on: January 6, 2006

World Net Daily has an article about the Naval chaplain Gordon Klingenschmitt’s hunger strike. The article covers that the Navy claims they said no such thing, but only said it about “Official” gatherings. To this I have to say, and ask. If you want a Christian to pray at the gathering, then you have to[…]

Save the GOP has a good post on the Pat Robertson problem

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Comments: 4 Comments
Published on: January 6, 2006

Save the GOP asks a great question over at their site. And that is, “does anyone take Pat Robertson seriously anymore, or have we all agreed he’s the Al Sharpton of the right?” I mean come on Pat Robertson is a moon-bat, I don’t think he ever spoke for the right, nor has he spoken[…]

Media filters

Categories: News, Politics
Comments: 7 Comments
Published on: January 5, 2006

Where are the so called media filters? People say you can not trust Rush Limbaugh, or blogs such as drudge report and the like, because they don’t have the filters that the media has. But I ask where are these filters? Remember the media reporting the rapes and shootings at the supper dome after Katrina,[…]

Add 3 new feeds to my News site under Politics section

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Published on: January 4, 2006

I just added 3 new blogs to my news aggregator that I want to watch, the first is Rick Santorum’s official reelection blog the second is Save the GOP blog a conservative blog in PA. The last of the 3 is ProLife blogs (this one is more of an aggregator, I have also submited my[…]

Tropical Storm Zeta

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Comments: 5 Comments
Published on: December 31, 2005

I just looked at the NHC’s web site, and we have Tropical Storm Zeta I wish I was joking but we have one more storm this year. It is a good thing that tomorrow is the last day of the year. I wonder what would happen if another Storm was to form, we have ran[…]

A deaf girl is given the gift of hearing

Categories: News
Comments: 4 Comments
Published on: December 23, 2005

The Telegraph is running an article about how a young girl (12 years old) has been given cochlear implants and can now hear. It brings joy to my heart to read that. More so to me, then maybe it should, you see when I was born I was also deaf, I was deaf for the[…]

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