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The “Media” vs. 9/12 D.C. Protest

By George J. Miller Many of you know that one of the largest protest demonstrations in U.S. history was held in Washington D.C. on September 12, 2009. Or do you? Coordinated by The FreedomWorks Foundation, the nascent Tea Party Patriots … Continue reading

Ukraine Bans ‘BRUNO’ Movie!

The country of Ukraine, freed from the grip of the Communists, has banned the movie BRUNO as “morally dangerous.” Nine of 14 members of Ukraine’s culture commission voted for the total ban. “The film contains unjustified showing of genital organs … Continue reading

Your Local Community Can Stop Porn!

A conviction of X-rated pornographers in Pensacola and Pace, Florida last year proves once again that local communities can stop pornography if they put their minds to it. “Local obscenity trials of X-rated photography, videos and movies almost always result … Continue reading

Cyberporn Generation, Part Two

Canada’s Macleans national news magazine reported recently that children as young as 8-years-old are viewing and getting hooked on pornography that’s easily available on the Internet. Effects of such pornography on children can include a warped sense of sex and … Continue reading

Bringing the Gospel to Inmates

Christian Ministry NEXT Launches Powerful Prison Ministry NEXT and Bible League International Join to Bring Inmates andTheir Families the Good News of Jesus (Seattle, WA) NEXT, the publisher of the Japanese art style manga Bible series, is distributing 40,000 manga Bible books to … Continue reading

How Low Will They Go?

  The Fox television series GLEE finds a new low even for American television. November 8th’s episode featured a “romantic” storyline about two homosexual teens who have sex together for the first time. The episode “The First Time” is an … Continue reading

What College Students Really Want

By Diana Anderson and Tom Snyder The annual Almanac of the Chronicle of Higher Education reports that undergraduate enrollment increased by 38 percent from 1999 to 2009, passing 20 million for the first time in 2009. As this number continues … Continue reading


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