Monthly Archives: November 2011

No to Christmas Boycott, 11-30-11 Commentary

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End of a Run?

Herman Cain is “reassessing” whether to stay in the race for the Republican Party’s presidential nomination, according to a National Review Online report. In a conference call with senior staff on Tuesday, Cain said he would make a decision “over the next several days,” National Review reported. End of a Run

More to life than basketball

A legendary Ohio State and NBA basketball player has taken his success on the court to conducting memory-training seminars in churches across the country.

 

 

 

Jerry Lucas (Doctor Memory)Jerry Lucas played on the 1960 Ohio State NCAA championship team and was chosen seven times as an NBA All-Star during his 11-year professional basketball career with the Cincinnati Royals, San Francisco Warriors, and New York Knicks. But even with those accolades and achievements, the NBA Hall of Famer discovered something was missing.

“I became a Christian and realized there’s far more to life than basketball and the world and the aspects of what we look at in life, and I devoted my life to making a difference in education — and I’ve been doing that ever since,” he tells OneNewsNow. “It’s been the most exciting thing I’ve ever done.”

( Billy’s Thoughts>>> Read More on how this star basketball player is making a  difference for  the true star by clicking right here.)

Wisconsin pro-life Governor Scott Walker Needs Our Support

Planned Parenthood is part of a campaign to recall Wisconsin pro-life Governor Scott Walker (R) and four pro-life state senators because the abortion chain does not like the work they’ve done to cut their funding.

 

 

Barbara Lyons of Wisconsin Right to Life suggests there is no question about Planned Parenthood’s involvement with the Democrat-backed attempt at recall, but she reports that pro-life groups plan to battle against them. Also, she is not surprised that Planned Parenthood has joined the recall effort.

Barbara Lyons (WRtL)“Planned Parenthood CEO Teri Huyck recently penned a letter published in several papers, and it was just an enormous whine on the part of Planned Parenthood,” Lyons accounts. “She is lamenting the fact that since the governor took office and the legislature turned to pro-life leadership, Planned Parenthood has had their funding cut.”  ( Abortion chain wants pro-lifers out of office )

(Billy’s Thoughts>>> It is time for all pro life souls in the state of  Wisconsin and around the nation to rally  around this pro life gov.)

Jesus’ name ‘obscene’?

An international human rights organization for religious freedom fears that Pakistan’s new law that censors text messages may hinder the spread of the gospel.

 In order to protect young people from hearing what it considers to be “obscene” words, the government of Pakistan is proposing that the use of such language be blocked. But as Jonathan Racho of International Christian Concern (ICC) tells OneNewsNow, “Jesus” is included on the list. (Jesus’ name ‘obscene’? )
“Those names include ‘breast’ [and] ‘homosexuals’ and some offensive words that some cultures also don’t want used,” he reports. “But it is outrageous for them to consider the name of Jesus Christ as offensive.”

PakistanBut considering Pakistan’s track record in dealing with Christians and Christianity, Racho is not surprised at the ban

Home Bible studiers in the clear

A legal analyst says it was “wise” for a California city to drop a citation filed against a couple for hosting a home Bible study.

 

 

 

The city of San Juan Capistrano dismissed its citation against a local couple who held a growing Bible study in their home. Because of complaints from the neighbors, the city initially fined Chuck and Stephanie Fromm $300 for holding the session. Officials had also noted that the couple needed a conditional use permit to hold the gatherings, and they threatened to fine the Fromms $500 per meeting if they continued. So, the pair filed a lawsuit against San Juan Capistrano following an appeal to the city, which was rejected (see earlier story).

Ken KlukowskiKen Klukowski, fellow and senior legal analyst with The American Civil Rights Union (ACRU), believes the city ultimately made the right decision. ( Home Bible studiers in the clear)

 

 

 

Frank to Retire

Longtime Rep. Barney Frank, D-Mass., announced Monday he is not seeking re-election, saying that redistricting has made it too strenuous to continue to campaign.Read More

Obama Gives No Thanks to God on Thanksgiving, 11-28-11 Commentary

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