Most Americans Pray Daily
March 16, 2009

The vast majority of Americans, 90%, say they pray daily, while 50% say they pray several times a day, according to a Brandeis Univ. study. The study also reported that about 80% begin their prayers with a familiar greeting like "Dear Lord" or "Hello, Jesus," 75% of Americans pray for themselves, families and friends, and only 25% pray for themselves alone. Asking God to guard loved ones or watch over children is one of the more popular prayers. - Source:  Washington Times, 12/05/08.   ...
 

 
Believers Are Happier
March 16, 2009

Another study, this time by British researchers, shows that people who believe in God are happier than agnostics or atheists. People become even happier the more they pray and go to church. The researchers also found that religious people were better able to cope with disappointments, such as unemployment, divorce or the death of a spouse, than non-believers. - Source:  The Foster Letter 03/25/08. ...
 

 
The Kinsey/Planned Parenthood/Big Pornography Morality Heist
March 13, 2009

By Judith Reisman EDITOR'S NOTE: Dr. Reisman, president of the Institute for Media Education in Crestwood, Ky., is the author of KINSEY, CRIMES & CONSEQUENCES. This article is reprinted with the permission of Dr. Reisman. In his inspirational, and charismatic July 17, 2007, speech to Planned Parenthood sexperts, the now President Barack Obama encouraged "age-appropriate sex education, science-based sex education in schools," even for kindergartners. It is "the right thing to do," urged our democratically elected 2008 U.S. President. In fact it is really the left "thing to do." The President would hand over kindergartners to Planned Parenthood (PP) mavens like he would hand over the U.S. Department of Justice to Big Pornography lawyer...
 

 
Most Americans Say Religion Is “Important”
March 11, 2009

Most Americans, 56%, say religion is "very important" in their life, according to the Pew Forum's U.S. Religious Landscape Survey, with 82% saying it is very or somewhat important. Only 16% say religion is not too important or not at all important. - Source:  Harris Interactive®, 12/10/08.   ...
 

 
Religious Beliefs of American Adults, 2008
March 11, 2009

A Harris Interactive® Poll of 2,126 American adults on the Internet, taken Nov. 10-17, 2008, found that 80% of Americans believe in God. Harris Interactive®, Nov. 2008 Category Believe In Don't Believe Not Sure God 80% 10% 9% Miracles 75% 14% 12% Heaven 73% 14% 13% Jesus is God or the Son of God 71% 17% 12% Angels 71% 17% 12% The resurrection of Christ 70% 18% 13% Life after death 68% 15% 17% The Devil 59% 27% 14% Hell 62% 24% 13% The Virgin Birth 61% 24% 15% Darwin...
 

 
Religious Faith of American Adults, 2008
March 11, 2009

Of the 226.2 million American adults:   Total Christian* 75.8% Evangelical Protestant 26.3% Roman Catholic 23.9% Mainline Protestant 18.1% Nothing in Particular 12.1% Historically Black Churches 6.9% Agnostic 2.4% Jewish 1.7% Mormon 1.7% Atheist 1.6% Other Faiths (Muslim, Wiccan, etc.) 1.2% Jehovah's Witness 0.7% Orthodox Christian 0.6% Metaphysical (Spiritualist, etc.) 0.3% Don't know/refused 0.8% * Note: Mormons and those belonging to the Jehovah's Witness, who are generally considered non-traditional spinoffs from Christ...
 

 
New Stats on World Religion and Christianity
March 11, 2009

According to a new study by the International Bulletin of Missionary Research, 2.2 billion of the world's 6.7 billion people are Christian, with 1.5 billion of them being "church attenders." Of the 2.2 billion Christians: ·      170,000 are new converts every day, but 91,000 defect, for a net gain of 79,000 per day out of 219,000 new people every day, or 36%. ·      Thus, every year, the number of Christians increases by 28,835,000 people. ·      There are 39,000 separate Christian denominations in the world. ·      Christian church members globally have an income of $18,170 billion. ·      Christians have comprised about 33% of the world's population since 1800. World Religions, 2008 Source:  Internat...
 

 
WATCHMEN Shows Weakness
March 10, 2009

Warner Bros. took a gamble making the vile $150 million R-rated WATCHMEN. On opening weekend it grossed nearly $55 million, which is quite respectable for the average movie. However, a closer look reveals weakness. The director, Zack Snyder's, previous hit, 300, opened at 70.9 million. Paramount's $140 million IRON MAN, with a PG-13 rating, brought in $99 million opening weekend and went on to make $318 in domestic box office. Warner Bros.' PG-13 blockbuster, THE DARK NIGHT, made $158 million opening weekend and was 2008's box office leader with $533 in domestic box office. Warner Bros. own exit polling showed that 65 percent of the audience for WATCHMEN was male. THE DARK KNIGHT's opening weekend came in at a much healthier 52 percent...
 

 
It’s Always Darkest Before the Dawn
March 09, 2009

By Dr. Ted Baehr with Dr. Tom Snyder A common joke among Communists during the Cold War was that when they finally conquered the world, they would have to leave one country free to help them determine the prices for goods and services. Prices are determined by the law of supply and demand in a free market.  Government bureaucrats do not have the ability, or the omniscient wisdom, to set the correct prices for goods. Without the marketplace, all they can do is guess or show preference for their pet projects - even if those projects are as outdated as the buggy whip. Every day there are many anxious and accurate foreboding news stories about the collapse of capitalism and republican democracy in the wake of the first few weeks of the impo...
 

 
WATCHMEN Shows Weakness
March 09, 2009

Warner Bros. took a gamble making the vile $150 million R-rated WATCHMEN. On opening weekend it grossed nearly $55 million, which is quite respectable for the average movie. However, a closer look reveals weakness. The director, Zack Snyder's, previous hit, 300, opened at $70.9 million. Paramount's $140 million IRON MAN, with a PG-13 rating, brought in $99 million opening weekend and went on to make $318 in domestic box office. Warner Bros.' PG-13 blockbuster, THE DARK NIGHT, made $158 million opening weekend and was 2008's box office leader with $533 in domestic box office. Warner Bros. own exit polling showed that 65 percent of the audience for WATCHMEN was male. THE DARK KNIGHT's opening weekend came in at a much healthier 52 percent ...
 

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