Brown walked the same line as Obama (and that’s a good thing)

    In the Presidential election I was disgusted with the Christians who let themselves be wooed by Obama’s muted stance on abortion.  “Let us work together to reduce the number of women seeking abortions. Let’s reduce unintended pregnancies. Let’s make adoption more available,” Obama said at Notre Dame.(source)  I wondered how any Christian could find this line acceptable?  He walked a line that made him palatable | Read More »

    Today’s Headlines — March 10, 2009 World loses more than $50 trillion — $900M Dulles rail deal back on track — Body odor: New proof of ID? — Dean says ‘enough’ on Limbaugh — Obama to demand ‘rigorous’ school standards — Funding of embryo experiments OK’d — CURL: ‘Snowflake’ baby stars opposite Obama — Legislators pack fundraiser hosted by Podestas Event raises money | Read More »

    Today’s Headlines — March 9, 2009 Obama signs order reversing stem-cell funding — Democrats try to brand earmarks as good It’s money well spent, they say — GOP says some banks may have to fail — Obama taps N.O. for U.S. blueprint Some neighborhoods still wait for government to clear red tape — Democrats dine with lobbyists, donors Members of Congress reject Obama’s rules, ride rising | Read More »

    B. Hussein’s “Executive” orders

    The Obamatons, I suspect, will not care, nor even know, what an executive order is. But rest assured, we will. As another arrow in our quiver, we should utilize these fiats to inform principled leaders to have more issues to run on in 2010 (and ’12). And we should keep a list of them handy. Obama’s Executive Orders Not that these orders should be the | Read More »

    A Little Catholic Hope

    Finally the US Bishops get a backbone!!! After the last few years of bending to the Left and not taking a stand on abortion the US Catholic bishops are going to get it right. Also note my Gov. Sebelius comes up again. For more info see my entry from yesterday. Catholics Bishops Vow to Confront Obama. Its about time. As far as I am concerned | Read More »