Archives for July 2014

Scientist sues Cal State Northridge for firing him

After his dinosaur discovery supported creationism

The following comes from a July 27 story on The Christian Post. A scientist has filed a lawsuit against the California State University, Northridge saying he was terminated from his job due to his religious views after he discovered soft tissue on a triceratops fossil which supported his creationist view. Mark Armitage, a former scientist at CSUN in Los Angeles, was … [Read more...]

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Maybe they made an ‘honest mistake’ in charging 12 times cost

Ninth Circuit tosses whistle-blower case against Planned Parenthood

The following comes from a July 24 story published by LifeSiteNews.com. The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld a lower court’s dismissal of a lawsuit by a former Planned Parenthood executive who blew the whistle on an alleged $200 million the company overcharged federal and state health programs for birth control. The court said the lawsuit was filed too late to move … [Read more...]

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To those who wait to conceive

Men can cause a woman to accept Mr. Right Now in her late thirties

The following comes from a story dated June 26 on the website of Crisis magazine. It saddens me to know couples in their late thirties trying unsuccessfully to conceive. The notion that it is easy to conceive at any age under 40—and perhaps beyond that—has taken firm, but mistaken, hold in our culture.  The American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology recently published a … [Read more...]

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U. of Pacific prof writes gay fairy tales

‘I wanted to fill that void’

The following comes from a July 28 story on RecordNet.com. Two handsome men get married as their happy parents look on weeping with joy, and the couple lives happily ever after. Sound like a fairy tale? It is. University of the Pacific (Stockton CA) business management professor Jeffry Miles has written The Princes and the Treasure, a children's book about two … [Read more...]

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Cameras roll on both sides

SF’s Planned Parenthood claims ‘harassment’—but where’s the evidence?

On Sunday July 27, the San Francisco Chronicle reported on complaints from the proprietors of San Francisco’s largest abortion business. The Chronicle’s article “Planned Parenthood gripes about S.F. Protestors” covered the latest fallout from the Supreme Court’s McCullen v. Coakley ruling, which defended the First Amendment rights of pro-life activists. The article … [Read more...]

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Rosemary’s Baby –the evil was just beginning

Sharon Tate, murdered by Charles Manson, and Roman Polanski, rapist of 13-year-old

The following comes from a Jan 2014 story in Crisis magazine. Unexpectedly, I came across a reference to NBC re-making Rosemary’s Baby into a four-hour mini-series; press reports suggest that shooting has already begun this month. With this news, a fear began to grip as my thoughts returned to the original. Strange tales grow up around movies. Like many before and since, … [Read more...]

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President Brown?

Calif. pro-abort Catholic governor changes tone on run against Hillary

The following comes from a July 24 story on CaliforniaWatchdog Is the fourth time the charm for Gov. Jerry Brown’s presidential aspiration? The question may well have more to do with politics at the national level than the state level. Believe it or not, a fresh round of chatter and interest is springing up around the idea of yet another presidential run for … [Read more...]

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