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LeBron James doesn’t think any of Donald Sterlings family members should be allowed to own the L.S. Clippers. According to
I recently came across an article titled “The Christian Rights ‘Religious Freedom Law’ Scam” by Vanessa Sheridan, writing at the Huffington Post.
This might be one of the worst mischaracterizations of efforts to secure religious freedom through legislative action by anyone I’ve read in recent memory. The article is so full of misstatements and absurd claims that it’s hard to decide if it should be at The Huffington Post or The Onion.
Ms. Sheridan first accuses a small group of people of seeking to pass laws that would legalize open discrimination. She is, presumably, talking about laws like the one recently vetoed by Arizona governor Jan Brewer that would have protected the religious convictions of business owners from forced government violation. But in her words this bill would:
Yes, I’m admitting that I watch Phineas and Ferb. In my venture to find a cartoon that I could stomach with my kids we stumbled on this very creative show about two brothers that spend the summer building crazy things and having adventures with their friends. Initially I was just glad to find a show using old-school animation. But as we watched I discovered a gem of a show that has some important life lessons in each episode.
Not only is the writing and music of Phineas and Ferb brilliant, but the lead character, Phineas, just might be one of the greatest leaders in the world; and he’s not even in middle school yet. With this in mind I’ve compiled some leadership lessons courtesy of Phineas and Ferb.
This is a big deal folks. Currently West Virginia is just one of a few states that has a completely unregulated abortion industry. That means an unborn child can be killed via abortion at any time up to the moment of birth. Yet, a super-majority of Mountaineers believe that life should be defended. The failure of our lawmakers to adequately reflect the will and wishes of the people is glaring.
However, that could all change with one bill. The Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act is poised to pass in the legislature and be sent to the governor to be signed into law. This bill would keep unborn children 20 weeks and older from being killed via abortion. A recent article reports:
“The House Judiciary Committee passed the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (H.B. 4588) Friday afternoon on a voice vote. Now that H.B. 4588 is out of Judiciary, the bill will go to the House floor for first, second, and third readings. After a favorable vote (and it should pass by an overwhelming margin), the bill will be sent to the Senate.”
It is critical that you take a few moments to contact your lawmakers and let them know how much you support this bill and want to see it passed. You can contact elected lawmakers by clicking here or going to wvforlife.org/legislation/wv-senate/.
For what it’s worth it seems, the folks directing the Grammy’s decided to cater to as small a crowd as possible. So they decided to appease Satanists, homosexuals, and…whatever crowd enjoyed Beyonce’s “performance.” And while I wish I could just forget it all and move on there is an urge to comment (Though, admittedly I didn’t watch the show and caught the “highlights” the next day.).
It is a sad commentary on our society when average people question what they witnessed. The Internet was buzzing with comments from people wondering out loud if Katy Perry just “summoned Satan” during her performance. Even E Online! pondered if they were watching “actual witchcraft.”
You MUST WATCH this amazing video featuring women born in every year since Roe v. Wade was passed. The video chronicles milestones in the fight to defend life since 1973. I cannot urge you enough to watch this video and share it with others.
Then, let’s join with the women in this video to proclaim that “My generation WILL end abortion.”
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