Number of Unmarried Mothers Skyrockets
March 25, 2009

The number of unmarried women bearing children has skyrocketed 26% in the United States since 2002, according to a study of 2007 birthrates in America by the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services.   The estimated 1,714,643 babies born to unmarried women represent 39.7% of all births in 2007, a new record.   Also, the birth rate for U.S. teenagers increased again for the second straight year, from 41.9 births per 1,000 teenagers to 42.5 births.   Pundits are mulling over the effects of these new trends toward sexual immorality and away from traditional marriage, but, as Hamlet remarks in Act 1, Scene 2, "It is not nor it cannot come to good."   - U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, 03/18/09.  ...
 

 
Children Raised by Single Mothers Fare Poorly
March 25, 2009

Statistics from multiple sources show that children raised by single mothers are more likely to commit murder and rape, go to prison, commit suicide, drop out of school, become involved in a teenage pregnancy, become runaways, and live in poverty.   This does not bode well for the 1.7 million babies born to unmarried women in 2007, according to a March 18, 2009 report by the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services.   As Jesus says in  Matthew 19:4-6, "Haven't you read that at the beginning the Creator ‘made them male and female,' and said, ‘For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and the two will become one flesh'? So they are no longer two, but one. Therefore, what God has joined togethe...
 

 
Parents of Suicide Victim Want Laws Against ‘Sexting’
March 25, 2009

The parents of an 18-year-old Cincinnati girl, who committed suicide after people distributed a nude photo of her sent to her boyfriend, are launching a national campaign for laws against "sexting" - the practice of sending or posting sexually explicit cell-phone photos.   Cynthia Logan, mother of Jessie, the teen in question, are attaching Jessie's name to the campaign.   After the picture got around, Jessie was mercilessly taunted and called names, even by students who did not go to her school. No letters or calls were sent to parents about Jessie's situation, and no charges were filed, by authorities, before Jessie suddenly committed suicide.   "We want a bill passed," Cynthia Logan said. "It's a national epidemic. Nobody is do...
 

 
Scriptwriting Workshop Offered
March 22, 2009

Do you want to create or recognize a blockbuster, then join us for the SO YOU WANT TO BE IN PICTURES Scriptwriting class dates:  April 15-16-17  Here is the schedule: 04/15/09 Wednesday                   9:30 AM -12:30 PM Script writing class begins at the MG® office 04/16/09 Thursday                      9:30 AM – 12:30 PM Script writing class 04/17/09 Friday                            9:30 AM – 12:30 PM Script writing class     Lunch on your own   This class is taught around the world and at UC Berkeley where I chair the Advisory Board of the Christian Institute for the Study of Media, at the Center for the Arts, Religion and Education (CARE), at the Gradu...
 

 
Hollywood’s Hypocrisy on Taxes
March 21, 2009

A recent comment by actor Alec Baldwin of TV's 30 ROCK shows how hypocritical Hollywood can be when it comes to taxes. During a local cable show in New York City, Baldwin rebuked New York Governor David Paterson for suggesting that the cancellation of a 35% tax credit for movies shot in New York City could help reduce the state's $7 billion deficit. "If these tax breaks are not reinstated," Baldwin said, "film production in this town is going to collapse, and television is going to collapse, and it's all going to go to California." The Wall Street Journal pointed out that Baldwin's comments were echoed by Hollywood's recent support for tax breaks in Michigan, Texas and California, despite the recent economic downturn that has affected th...
 

 
School Shooter in Germany Played Violent Video Game, Liked Horror Movies
March 21, 2009

Two reports about a 17-year-old school shooter in Winnenden, Germany who murdered 15 people say that the teenager not only played a violent video game that involves killing people to complete missions but also had a large collection of horror movies. The shooter targeted mostly females, killing eight female students and three female teachers. The teenager used a gun from his father's collection of 15 firearms. The father was a member of the local gun club and kept all the weapons locked away except for the handgun, which was kept in the bedroom. Countless scientific studies have shown that depictions of violence in the mass media are a causal factor in violence and aggression by children and teenagers, affecting some youths more strongly...
 

 
Obama Attacks on Limbaugh Almost Double His Ratings!
March 21, 2009

Recent attacks on conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh by the Obama administration and its Clinton cronies have nearly doubled his ratings, James Hirsen's LEFT COAST REPORT on Newsmax notes.   Limbaugh's ratings have gone from 14.2 million listeners to about 25 million, according to Talkers magazine, since being targeted by the administration.   Reportedly, the attacks originated from suggestions by former Bill Clinton aides James Carville and Paul Begala. It has also been reported that former Clinton aide, George Stephanopoulos of ABC "News," gets daily talking points from Obama's White House.   The fight began when Obama and his team became incensed over Limbaugh's comments that he wanted President Obama's policies to fail b...
 

 
Indiana Babysitters Arrested for Raping Children
March 21, 2009

A couple running a home babysitting service in Veedersburg, Ind., have been arrested for videotaping themselves raping several children aged two months to six years. Police found other pornography in the house. They also seized several computers, cameras, video equipment, drugs, drug paraphernalia, and sex toys. Neither the man nor the woman has a criminal history. Authorities have removed the couple's daughter from the home. - Source:  Associated Press, 03/14/09.   ...
 

 
Hollywood’s Final Frontier? Waiting for Captain Kirk To Go Boldly Where No Man Has Gone Before
March 18, 2009

By Dr. Tom Snyder, Editor A recent news report noted that the trailer for the upcoming new STAR TREK movie, which opens on May 9, is the most popular trailer of the year so far. This shows that there is a lot of anticipation brewing for this movie, which has been created by the man behind such popular TV shows as LOST and ALIAS, J.J. Abrams. Like BATMAN BEGINS, the new movie is an origin story that re-imagines the original STAR TREK characters, created by Gene Roddenberry, that people have come to know and love – Captain James T. Kirk, Dr. Leonard McCoy, Lt. Uhuru, Scotty, Lt. Sulu, and, of course, Mr. Spock. Only time will tell, of course, whether this movie will live up to people’s expectations, or even exceed them. Whatever ...
 

 
Belief in God Necessary for Morality, Americans Assert
March 16, 2009

Most Americans, 57%, agree "it is necessary to believe in God in order to be moral," but 99% agree with that statement in Egypt, 84% in Turkey, 82% in Nigeria, and 66% in India. In contrast, only 30% of adults in Canada believe this, 22% in Britain, 17% in France, and 10% in Sweden. - Source:  Pew Forum, 12/11/08.   ...
 

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