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Month: June 2012

“Supreme Court Decision is a bitter bill of goods,” says Dr. Alveda King

“Supreme Court Decision is a bitter bill of goods,” says Dr. Alveda King

For Immediate Release June 29, 2012 Contact: Eugene Vigil @ 757-593-9982 Atlanta, GA – “The Supreme Court today voted against the American people. The Affordable Care Act tramples on our religious liberties and our conscience rights and it affects every American. When will we wake up and realize that we are being sold a bill of goods? The system of checks and unbalance is doling out death care in the name of affordable care. Many of the goods and services…

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“Our government pays no heed to the Constitution”

“Our government pays no heed to the Constitution”

Priests for Life lawsuit against HHS mandate will continue FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Date: June 28, 2012 Contact: Leslie Palma 347-286-7277 STATEN ISLAND, NY – Father Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life, issued the following statement today following the U.S. Supreme Court decision upholding the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. “The Supreme Court today officially declared that our current government pays no heed to the Constitution. Neither the President, nor Congress, nor the Supreme Court…

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The Decision That Will Affect Generations To Come

The Decision That Will Affect Generations To Come

As we await the Supreme Court’s decision on Obamacare, a few things come to mind. I was thinking about the various outcomes and the ramifications they will have. Will the Supreme Court strike down the whole law as unconstitutional leaving our healthcare system in dire need of some type of reform. Will they strike down only parts of the bill, and if so, what parts will they strike down. Will abortion funding still be a part of the bill that…

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Confusing Pointing Out Gendercide With Being Judgmental

Confusing Pointing Out Gendercide With Being Judgmental

Have you ever noticed that when you point out when someone is doing something wrong they accuse you of being judgmental? Such has been the case in the latest of Live Action‘s “sting” videos regarding the abortion industry’s willingness to perform abortions based on the gender of the baby. When it is discovered that an abortion center is willing to abort a baby simply because it is a girl, the center’s answer “[i]n response to the incident [as reported by…

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To Answer Your Questions

To Answer Your Questions

As I travel all over the country and around the world, the talk I usually give is entitled “How Can the Dream Survive If We Murder the Children?” I may change it a bit depending on the audience. After the talk people often come up to me and ask me if my persoanl testimony is on the internet. Others may ask me if I have a book, or other materials for sale anywhere. I travel a lot and usually don’t…

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When Moral Wrongs become Civil Rights – A case for correcting America’s “misplaced compassion” syndrome

When Moral Wrongs become Civil Rights – A case for correcting America’s “misplaced compassion” syndrome

June 21, 2012 – Today marks the historical 40th Anniversary of Title IX – the federal legislation that prohibits sex discrimination in all educational programs that receive federal financial aid. Many people have thought over the years that Title IX was about equality for women in the area of sports, even though athletics was not mentioned in the initial bill. The initial effort of Title IX was to advance equality for women in the areas of math and science. Now,…

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Priests for Life Welcomes Day of Life Celebration; Pilgrimage to Rome Planned

Priests for Life Welcomes Day of Life Celebration; Pilgrimage to Rome Planned

STATEN ISLAND, NY – Priests for Life will lead a pilgrimage to Rome in 2013 to help celebrate “The Year of Faith.” The group will be at the Vatican on June 16, which the Vatican has announced will be a day dedicated to the Gospel of Life. Special events in the presence of Pope Benedict XVI are planned on that special day. “This initiative of the Vatican is an exciting development which will give believers around the world the opportunity…

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From Stumbling Blocks To Building Blocks

From Stumbling Blocks To Building Blocks

“This anthology exposes a broader conception between heaven and earth (God and man), the natural and unnatural, and the interconnection between hope, grace and Salvation. Throughout this work the contributors reveal a nearly undisclosed picture of today’s society, and its complex functions. Let it be universally acknowledged that the contributors’ consistent years of researching and writing this volume are inspired by an ever increasing sense of truth-consciousness!” Dr. John L. Johnson, Publisher, and author of The Black Biblical Heritage, God’s…

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McKee: First Black President ‘Wearing Thin’ With African-Americans

McKee: First Black President ‘Wearing Thin’ With African-Americans

This interesting article came across my desk this week. Another prospective . . . FYI By Todd Beamon President Barack Obama is losing favor among many African-Americans because “the fact that you have a first black president is kind of wearing thin,” consultant Clarence V. McKee told Newsmax.TV in an exclusive interview. “They’re realizing that because he’s got a black skin, that doesn’t do anything to help the green color of their money in their pockets,” McKee, a lawyer, government…

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Open Letter: Fortnight For Freedom

Open Letter: Fortnight For Freedom

Come out and join us in Atlanta at the Stand Up For Religious Freedom as part of the 14 days of prayer in support of our religious liberties. When: Friday, June 22 Time: 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm Where: Marist High School, 3790 Ashford-Dunwoody Rd., Atlanta, GA