Topic: exaggeration

Washington D.C., Sep 4, 2014 / 05:54 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- The Vatican's investigation of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious is not a ‘nunquisition,’ as one Time magazine writer h ... discuss

So now Kerry is an expert on Islam ... but just like his boss - he's knee deep in denial and cover-up for the world's most intolerant and violent religion which is far more a political ideology than ... discuss

 “Stunning photos” of newborns show unmistakable continuity of human life By Dave Andrusko How many million times have pro-lifers made the simple—and absolute correct—asserti ... discuss

Mike Aquilina has written about 5,237 books.We-e-ellll, that may be a wee bit of an exaggeration, but he is admirably prolific. And he doesn't merely crank out information, he writes books that enligh ... discuss

This essay was originally published in Christian Democracy Magazine.Most of us are familiar with - and, often times, hypocritically preach - Christ’s teaching to love our enemies (Matt. 5:44).  ... discuss

Happy Easter! The Christian world feels like this: ...because we've just come through Lent, Holy Week, the Sacred Triduum and the Easter Vigil.I love the Mass of the Lord's Supper on Holy Thursda ... discuss

This essay was originally published in Christian Democracy Magazine.How should a devout Christian approach politics? [i]  To what or to whom does ou turn for guidance?[ii]ly, Christians often rel ... discuss

I may not be a Roman Catholic, but my interest was certainly piqued last week when I read of Pope Francis’ assertion that the church has become overly “obsessed” with the issue of a ... discuss

I may not be a Roman Catholic, but my interest was certainly piqued last week when I read of Pope Francis’ assertion that the church has become overly “obsessed” with the issue of a ... discuss

THE MAN FROM ISSACHAR An Address Delivered in the City of Washington, D.C. upon the inauguration of Russell D. Moore as President of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern B ... discuss

If you don’t follow Pope Francis (@Pontifex) on Twitter, you need to. Secondly, I would like to write today about the Pope’s latest tweet. Don’t be afraid to ask God for forgiveness. H ... discuss

During my Haiti trip I brought my Kindle and read in transit and in down time. After finishing Tom Sawyer, I read a book I bought on sale at Amazon, Is God a Moral Monster?: Making Sense of the Old Te ... discuss

By Don DeMarco, Ph. D. In his encyclical “On Christian Marriage” (Casti Connubi, December 31, 1930), Pope Pius XI addresses the issue of abortion. He asks the rhetorical question, “. . . what co ... discuss

From The Center for Vision & Values, Grove City College By Paul G. Kengor Editor’s note: This article first appeared at The American Spectator. The most important adviser ... discuss

...he can't stand what the Church teaches. And he is 80 years old. Here is the full text of his letter. *** June 2013 TO : Family, Relatives, and Friends, Colleagues and Partners in Ministry, ... discuss

Very few people are freakish enough to claim that newborns are incapable of feeling pain. Anybody who has ever encountered a newborn knows that the baby is taking in and processing sensations.Let's fo ... discuss

Some brief opinions and observations regarding Edward Snowden: Is there anything more sinister to Ed Snowden's disclosure than meets the eye? And just what did Snowden disclose th ... discuss

In coming months, Echo Zoe Ministries will be presenting a seminar on Logic. My guest this month, Eric Douma, and I will be teaching hour-long sessions over several weeks after church. I will be teac ... discuss

On the seventh of April in 1947, a stunned nation learned that Henry Ford had died at his home in Dearborn, Michigan. As his body laid in state at Lovett Hall, throngs of ordinary people ca ... discuss

“I know your works: you are neither cold nor hot.  Would that you were cold or hot!  So, because you are lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spew you out of my mouth.” —Revel ... discuss

A Protestant friend of mine decided to tweak me publicly on Facebook.  “I was reading Tony Layne’s blog the other day and it reminded me of this bit from The Meaning of Life which Tony took ... discuss

The annual budget irresolution is getting to be like an ABC Family Channel Christmas special: You don’t want to watch because, no matter how it turns out, you know it’s gonna be bad. This year i ... discuss

One of my true heroes passed away over the weekend. Here's his story from my upcoming book Where Do We Find Such Men?James A. “Jake” Blanchfield attended to his regular duties as Circulation Manag ... discuss

Brothers and sisters: Peace and Good to all of you in Jesus’ Name. We’ve discussed so far the common Tradition the Catholic and the Orthodox Church hold in common, as well as their common “apos ... discuss

Comments:Democrats don't need to lie to their base; they will swallow anything.Democrats don't need to lie to their opponents; they see them a mile away.Democrats don't need to lie to Independents; th ... discuss

So, I haven't written in a couple of days because of everything that's been going on. It's so much to get into but I will try to keep it as "in a nutshell" as I possibly can. As the title says, I've e ... discuss

We mailed back our Clearplay on the 23 of June, because it broke. They sent a tracking ID number for mailing us the replacement. But then it didn’t come and it didn’t come. My husband lo ... discuss

kreuz.net – Ein hartgesottener Ketzer wird Präfekt der Glaubenskongregation\ He insulted the mother of God, the Eucharist and the Church. It is a foretaste of what is to c ... discuss

Barack Obama is losing votes among women.  So his campaign concocted a claim that his opponents are conducting a “war on women.” The Obama campaign is known for this kind of demagoguery.  A poli ... discuss

Fox News journalist, Shep Smith, welcomed President Obama into the 21st century and declared those who still oppose same-sex marriage to be on the wrong side of history. May 9, 2012 was indeed an hist ... discuss

was a Benedictine monk who became the first Archbishop of Canterbury in 598. He is considered the "Apostle to the English",a founder of the English Church, and a patron of England.The Christian Church ... discuss

Part of our critic Savrola’s issue with us paleos is that he doesn’t like our debating style. He can speak for himself, but I take it he thinks it is too cerebral, too nice and not effect ... discuss

So, a couple of weeks ago Socon or Bust covered how the National Post reported how there was a “huge rally” of pro-aborts on Parliament Hill to protest the recent personhood motion that i ... discuss

Opportunity to clarify abortion law By Paul Brady, Sunday Business Post, 29th January 2012 The group considering the implementation of the European Court's abortion decision must produce a 's ... discuss

An adult gentleman and 7 teenagers need accomodation for May 9 (possibly) and May 10.  They are coming into Ottawa to attend the March for Life and the Youth Conference the next day.  If anyone can ... discuss

Hey, LSN covered Squeaker’s blog post.  They incorrectly attributed the post to me, but a plug is still a plug for Socon or Bust! Ottawa social conservative activist John Pacheco, who organized ... discuss

It seems that enough of you complained to the National Post, which forced them to correct their horrifically distorted reporting about a small pro-choice gathering yesterday. If you click on the link ... discuss

Click here to subscribe to the Social Conservative Review. Dear Friends, The outpouring of grief over the passing of Chuck Colson has been moving. It was for his courageous and extensive ministries t ... discuss

This has to be the worst instance of media exaggeration in favour of abortion ever. Yesterday, the media reported quite widely about a motion to be debated in Parliament regarding when human life begi ... discuss

Remember when I said that I expected to grow quickly over the next few weeks?  I think this week was it.  Maybe I’m fooling myself, but last week I felt like I was still at the stage where a c ... discuss

The relevance of this comic to my work experience is uncanny. To say I have come to despise detailed Project Plans is not an exaggeration. On many occasions, I have been taken to task for my work no ... discuss

Chris Pelicano from Catholic Culture: "Being offended" is in such vogue these days. It is either the basis for or the dominant element in most major news stories. "Offense" is a kind of fuel that keep ... discuss

This special column by Wende Right is a summary of the Florida Pro-life Network project. I’ve been watching this develop for the last several years with great interest. The information shared here ... discuss

I hope this is true. We need a much smaller federal government. I'm sure there is some exaggeration from the msm and the left, but I hope they are right.mThe Tory base will be pleased. So much for pag ... discuss

The Quebecois elite in the shape of L'actualite and J.F. Lisee did a leading poll demonizing Anglophone Quebeckers. Don Macpherson has a good column on this. As I have said before, it is just ... discuss

The Cheshire Patriarch disappeared, leaving only the watch visible. As part of the MSM’s usual Holy Week anti-Christian push, Hell’s Bible (aka the New York Times) ran a piece on Holy Thursday ... discuss

By Stephen StonePresident, Renew America One of the curious things about Mitt Romney's 2012 presidential bid is the near-unanimous support he enjoys among fellow Mormons. He won the Nevada, ... discuss

was born about 390, in southwest Britain, somewhere between the Severn and the Clyde rivers, son of a deacon and grandson of a priest. When about sixteen years old, he was kidnapped by Irish pirates a ... discuss

Remember when Barack Obama promised that his Executive Order made it clear that abortion was not a part of Obamacare? He even told us that the Pitts/Stupak Amendment should be rejected because his Exe ... discuss

March 14, 2012 9:00 P.M.No Compromise The U.S. Catholic Bishops, united in defense of religious freedom. By George Weigel ... discuss

The other day, George Weigel wrote a piece at National Review criticizing a recent Washington Post column by E.J. Dionne in which Dionne, according to Weigel, "attempts some fraternal intimidation of ... discuss

I don't often find cause to applaud the American Catholic bishops, but I'm delighted to take this opportunity:The March 14 statement of the Administrative Committee of the United States Conference of ... discuss

Human Life International recently received the following open letter (translated) written by the Catholic Archbishop of Veszprém, Gyula Márfi, in response to professor David Baer of Texas Lutheran U ... discuss

Your Church and Life Planning - Jonathan Leeman has an interesting and important article on how your church fits into your life. “If you are a Christian, it’s worth asking whether you incl ... discuss

Right now, there’s a lot of guffawing and name-calling over Georgetown Law student Sandra Fluke’s testimony before the House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee on Monday.  Among othe ... discuss

http://www.contextwithlornadueck.com/CONTEXT with Lorna Dueck, Pain & Suffering (episode 1109) On November 13th the above noted program dealing with with assisted suicide will be aired across Canada ... discuss

It has not been a good few weeks for the climate hoaxsters. Fakegate has shown fundamentally dishonesty and therefore how anti science the hoaxsters really are. Heartland's Joe Bast deconstructs the f ... discuss

What if they're wrong? Kuhn describes very well the build-up of evidence that ultimately leads to the over-turning of accepted orthodoxy within the scientific community, of some particular theory. ... discuss

Jason D. Fodeman, M.D. internal medicine resident, writes an interesting post about the prescription drug crisis. He says: The tragic death of Whitney Houston has once again shined the spotlight on t ... discuss

The other day a Recorder reporter asked for my thoughts on Amsterdam's Downtown Past, Present and Yet to Come. A few of my remarks made the paper today. Here's the rest of what I said:My famil ... discuss

 One need not be a libertarian to recognize the truth in the following column.  Forcing any organization, company and individual to purchase or do anything in violation of their conscience i ... discuss

I am no one special. Just a common man with common thoughts. I’ve led a common life. There are no monuments dedicated to me and my name will soon be forgotten, but in one respect I’ve succeeded as ... discuss

An alarming must read via Hugh Hewitt: SOTU: Did I hear that right? : managing director, White House Writers Group, Inc.; chairman, Pacific Research Institute. It sounded like such a soft, even cons ... discuss

The below letter to the editor is by Robert "Bob" McDowell, Jr. He is a Professional Engineer and Geologist with over 50 years experience in creating drilling prospects, supervising drilling, ... discuss

As you may or may not know, I love music. I listen to a lot of music. All kinds of music. That’s not an exaggeration just so that I seem eclecticly hip. I really do listen to all kinds of music ... discuss

The media just can’t stand it when a pro-lifer is popular.  While Tim Tebow was voted the most popular athlete in the nation by an ESPN poll and named #10 on the Forbes Most Influential Athletes ... discuss

The media just can’t stand it when a pro-lifer is popular.  While Tim Tebow was voted the most popular athlete in the nation by an ESPN poll and named #10 on the Forbes Most Influential Athletes ... discuss

The following is a press release from Fr. Michael Rodriguez concerning the unprecedented legal action taken by (his) Bishop Armando Ochoa against him (I formatted the press release to eliminate sp ... discuss

The scientific “studies” purporting to prove that conservatives and liberals have different biological responses strike me as so dumb.  Usually, they conclude that conservatives are angr ... discuss

Osama Bin Laden's legacy: It will depend in part on what Obama does next. - Slate Magazine Hitchens on Osama Bin Ladens capture and legacy. Donald J. Boudreaux: If Supermarkets Were Like Public Schoo ... discuss

This "Euro-parable" via John Derbyshire is, unfortunately, not only not that much of an exaggeration but given the way that the Obama administration has been managing our money, the time is fast appro ... discuss

Lowe's pulled it's ads from the All American Muslim and a Democrat senator called on Lowe's CEO to apologize to Muslims for doing so.  Please do a search yourself to see that this neither a lie n ... discuss

Nancy Pelosi has a bone to pick with pro-life Christians, because “they have this conscience thing.”[1] The Protect Life Act is being bashed upside and down by Nancy Pelosi, a full-fledged support ... discuss

http://www.contextwithlornadueck.com/CONTEXT with Lorna Dueck, Pain & Suffering (episode 1109)On November 13th the above noted program dealing with with assisted suicide will be aired across Canada. ( ... discuss

Every day you faced the questions Torn by the lot you had received Every tear was a reminder Of how I was conceived. But in the middle of the confusion You found strength to make it through And now ... discuss

by C. Edmund Wright - If there’s one thing that the ongoing national debate over Herman Cain’s 9-9-9 plan has exposed, it’s how much some conservatives love our current tax code and ... discuss

Hummm... are all that far from a call to 'storm the Bastille'? Do you think we'll soon hear the seductive siren call to arms at the barricades to shout for the King's head not in effigy but in trut ... discuss

OK, if you've followed the action from the state that started the abortion holocaust for very long, you know we never miss an opportunity to protest evil. But if you are looking at the MSM coverage o ... discuss

Herman Cain scored a big win yesterday coming out on top in the Florida Presidency 5 Straw Poll. Interestingly enough, every winner of the straw poll has gone on to win the GOP nomination. It’s ... discuss

Okay, so I admit that I had very little desire to watch The Passion of the Christ. I heard it was very violent and very intense so I just avoided it. It's not that I wanted to avoid thinking about the ... discuss

This connects with the discussion of Spirituality below: The folks who make up God as they go are side-by-side with self-proclaimed believers who claim the Christian label but shed th ... discuss

This is an interview with chair of the Royal Society’s committee on end-of-life decision-making in Canada. Please note that the first issue addressed in the interview deals with the costs involve ... discuss

In addressing the historical objection, we state that, whether the early Christians explicitly believed in an Immaculate Conception or not, it’s a legitimate development from things they held true a ... discuss

Although our Narcissist-in-Chief has previously compared himself to Lincoln, Reagan, FDR and even Martin Luther King Jr., yesterday he made his most laughably ridiculous exaggeration yet - claiming he ... discuss

Demonic, by Ann Coulter We’ve all seen the rioting in the UK, Greece, Italy, and France.  We have to wonder if it can happen here.  If the Left has successfully created in our youth an enti ... discuss

This is a difficult post for me to write because it deals with prayer, and prayer is the least consistent aspect of my spiritual life. Then why write about it? Because I read Dr. Randall Smith’s e ... discuss

In my last post “Response to William Lane Craig’s Question 225: “The ‘Slaughter’ of the Canaanites Re-visited” Part I” I discussed William Lane Craig’s position on the Canaanite Conque ... discuss

Harry Potter and the Christian Magicians | John C. Wright's Journal The voice of reason in the Harry Potter debate tags: ... discuss

I used to be the kind of person that considers her limits sacred territory. "This is who I am", I would say, "and there is nothing I can do about it". This attitude led me to some wrongdoing, even tow ... discuss

Randy Alcorn has recently released a book titled We Shall See God (buy it at EPM or at Amazon) in which he has compiled some of the most profound spiritual insights on the topic of eternity from ... discuss

Mike Brownfield's piece today at The Foundry this morning, The Obama EPA's Brave New Future, addresses the drastic effects of Obama's EPA on the auto industry. The very first paragraph puts the damage ... discuss

Crossroads Grassroots Policy Strategies (GPS):  Crossroads GPS is a policy and grassroots advocacy organization that is committed to educating, equipping and mobilizing millions of American citiz ... discuss

source: http://econfaculty.gmu.edu/wew/quotes/arms.htmlfont size=3 face=Sylfaen>The most foolish mistake we could possibly make would be to allow the subject races to possess arms.  History shows ... discuss

The Associated Press is citing that goofy PolitiFact operation in its report on Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann, "FACT CHECK: Bachmann bomblets raising eyebrows."Who's eyebrows are ... discuss

Tom Tancredo is clearly the best candidate for Governor of Colorado, but some of my very conservative, less conservative, and generally Republican friends have gotten stuck on some misinformation whic ... discuss

Tom Tancredo is clearly the best candidate for Governor of Colorado, but some of my very conservative, less conservative, and generally Republican friends have gotten stuck on some misinformation whic ... discuss

On 1 May 2011 the world received the news that Osama Bin Laden was dead; gunned down in Pakistan by an elite team of US Navy Seals. Even before his death Bin Laden had become a legendary persona. Not ... discuss

was a Benedictine monk who became the first Archbishop of Canterbury in 598. He is considered the "Apostle to the English",a founder of the English Church, and a patron of England.The Christian Church ... discuss

Maybe I sound arrogant but IMO if you cheat on your spouse you've got your head up your ass.There's a good article on the Washington Post about the topic, how infidelity is on the wane. Here's the lin ... discuss

Photo courtesy zombietime.com About 15,000 people – a record number – attended the National March for Life  in Canada this past Thursday, May 12th, on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. This event takes ... discuss

Photo courtesy zombietime.com About 15,000 people – a record number – attended the National March for Life  in Canada this past Thursday, May 12th, on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. This event takes ... discuss

Just heard Bryan Caplan, father of five - and author of Selfish Reasons to Have More Kids: Why Being a Great Parent is Less Work and More Fun Than You Think on the Laura Ingraham Show. I've request ... discuss

Here is Paul Ryan's response to Obama's speech and then FactCheck.org weighs in. Now from FactCheck.org in an article titled The president went too far in his critique of the House Republicans' ... discuss

I missed this a few days ago, but it’s too good not to share: Obama claimed the Republicans’ “Path to Prosperity” plan would cause “up to 50 million Americans … to lose ... discuss

As of 4/18/2011 Today in Washington, D.C. - March 18, 2011: Congress on Easter recess. In response to Standard & Poor’s placing the U.S. Debt on "Negative Long-Term Outlook," Rick Calhoun, Crews a ... discuss

At the Live Action blog, Paul Pauker comments on a recent interview Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards did on the Rachel Maddow show. Here's the video and here's the transcript. Pauker no ... discuss

Reposted“Everyone loves a parade.” This old expression indicates that whenever there’s some sort of festivities, all are happy to join in. Of course, “everyone” is an exa ... discuss

I have to admit nothing gets my dander up like a debate on human cloning.  The reason is not the cloning part (as bad as that is), it is the lies and distortions by scientists and the media sur ... discuss

One of the most infuriating aspects for me in the embryonic stem cell debates has been the continual hype lying I have seen–indeed, personally witnessed–by scientists. I say lying because ... discuss

I promised that if you kept buying The Next Story in the Kindle version, the price would keep falling. Well, it’s now down to $7.99. Remember, for every 200 people who buy it, the price falls by ... discuss

Galatians 4:8-11 – The Slave-Freeing Gospel© Eric M SchumacherPreached March 20, 2011 at Northbrook Baptist Church, Cedar RapidsAudio will be available here. (Suggested resource: Galatians, Thomas ... discuss

was born about 390, in southwest Britain, somewhere between the Severn and the Clyde rivers, son of a deacon and grandson of a priest. When about sixteen years old, he was kidnapped by Irish pirates a ... discuss

Please check out my newest weekly feature post in the Battle Ready series: Fraternization is a Crime As dads, it is our job to enforce rules, make hard choices, teach virtues, and guide our chi ... discuss

They're baaack!From the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:Unbowed and unrepentant, 14 Democratic state senators returned to the Capitol on Saturday and received a tumultuous welcome from tens of thousands of ... discuss

A pro-abort conference titled "How can we protect the right to abortion in 2011?" reported that in 2009, France reported 237 000 abortions in 2009 versus 213.380 in 2007. A parliamentary re ... discuss

From: ProLifeBlogsSent: Friday, February 25, 2011 Subject: Propagandists Target Pence Amendment and more... In This Issue...Propagandists Target Pence Amendment:  http://www.proli ... discuss

Last week the US House of Representatives did something that has been a long time in coming: they passed the Pence Amendment as part of a federal spending bill which includes a provision to cut taxpa ... discuss

Update on federal DOMA Litigation We wanted to update you on the litigation involving the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA – which essentially is the law that defines marriage to include one man and on ... discuss

Christopher Tollefsen, writing about Planned Parenthood:It is no exaggeration to say that the corruption in Planned Parenthood's rank and file merely reflects the profound moral error at the core of a ... discuss

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has endorsed Scott Walker for governor, finding him to be a better choice than Tom Barrett to serve as the state's chief executive.That, of course, hasn't stopped the ne ... discuss

Tom Tancredo is clearly the best candidate for Governor of Colorado, but some of my very conservative, less conservative, and generally Republican friends have gotten stuck on some misinformation whic ... discuss

I’ve been a student of political campaigns for more than 30 years, and every election cycle it seems more voters are turned off by the relentlessly negative tone of political advertising. The truth ... discuss

It's the little thingsLove – 1 Corinthians 13:4-8a, 134Love is patient, love is kind. It is not jealous, it does not boast, it is not proud. 5It is not rude, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily ... discuss

THE GREATEST TEST EVER? - Over the past few weeks a fair bit of my time has been consumed watching cricket as Australia traveled to England to begin a tour which will ultimately result in the winnin ... discuss

The reality has been known for years now, though the Western media have generally resisted any direct coverage of the horror. That changed this week when The Economist published its stunning cover sto ... discuss

THE GREATEST TEST EVER? - Over the past few weeks a fair bit of my time has been consumed watching cricket as Australia traveled to England to begin a tour which will ultimately result in the winnin ... discuss

Monica Carrasco, missing from Balmorhea, TX since 10/1/2003Written by Kathy Carrasco, mother of MonicaOn Oct. 2 2003, between 1:30am and 6:00 am, my daughter, Monica Carrasco disappeared from her aun ... discuss

f="http://www.redstate.com/erick/2009/08/21/barack-obamas-administration-kills-a-military-fly-over/">From RedState.com:For 42 years, the God and Country Rally in Idaho has started its rally with a mil ... discuss

In what could indeed be, as JDamn at Astute Bloggers suggests, the scariest book report you'll ever read, Zomblog has deconstructed a book co-authored by John Holdren, whom Barack Obama has recently ... discuss

by Kelli Spotlighting important information gleaned from other pro-life blogs... In Culture Campaign spotlights an Generations for Life reports on the recent "overhaul" to Planned Parenthood's Teenw ... discuss

The title of liberal blogger here and Wonkette: Dear [REDACTED] Thank you for writing. As someone about to graduate from Notre Dame, you say you "don't think it is fair to have your home bombarded w ... discuss

I don't think it's an exaggeration to say that Barack Obama is damaging America more than any other president in its history. Here are ten of the biggest ways Obama is destroying America. 1. He's runn ... discuss

Fr. Richard John Neuhaus, who started First Things magazine, has died from the complications of cancer. Like many Martin Luther King liberals, the Left left him, and he became identified as a conserva ... discuss

Cruxnews 16 July, 2004 by Michael RoseNo, there was no torture or interrogation involved. No women either. They were all allegedly willing participants—and, to a man, they were men. One among their ... discuss

Listen to Mexican actor Eduardo Verastegui on abortion, hispanics and Barack Obama.Bella's Eduardo Verastegui's Hard Truth (shorter version - Spanish with English subtitles.)- Dura Realidad (Completo) ... discuss

Over at Pajamas Media, Dr. Melissa Clouthier is having trouble integrating after Hurricane Ike even though, as she quickly admits, many are much worse off than she. Every home — and that is not an ... discuss

It’s not hard to figure out why the percentages of men and women in favor of abortion are about equal, even though men can’t get pregnant. Oddly enough, men imagine that the availability of ab ... discuss

Over at Pajamas Media, Dr. Melissa Clouthier is having trouble integrating after Hurricane Ike even though, as she quickly admits, many are much worse off than she. Every home — and that is not an ... discuss

Just as pro-abortion forces inflated the numbers of back alley abortions and subsequent deaths in order to alter the political landscape, it seems that the AIDS pandemic was an exaggeration:Chin’s b ... discuss

I was speaking to someone after Mass on Sunday about Governor Palin's selection for the Vice-Presidential nomination and they commented favorably upon her, saying "That's a real woman." Five ... discuss

From CitizenLink: Australian Report Says Babies Harm the Economy by Devon Williams, associate editor Family advocates argue, 'Babies are blessings, not burdens.' Australia's fertility rate is ... discuss

The unabashed exaggeration surrounding embryonic stem cell research never ceases to amaze me. Especially when it comes from our elected officials who should know better.Democratic congresswoman ... discuss

Matthew 5:20-21I have come across many Christians who feel that righteous anger is justified by Jesus' anger at the moneylenders in the temple ... and that their own anger is equally righteous. I, mys ... discuss

The boys 8 and older were sent to the same boys' ranch where 27 of the other boys had already gone. That's a total, presuming everybody is counting properly, of 54 boys there now. Vince Nowak, an att ... discuss

Posted on Bruce Springsteen's website:Dear Friends and Fans:LIke most of you, I've been following the campaign and I have now seen and heard enough to know where I stand. Senator Obama, in my view, is ... discuss

Call No Man Your 'Father'  Annotatedtags: CATHOLIC, VVGThis is a good example of rejecting a perfectlybiblical Catholic practice by taking Scripture out of context.  Jesuswas simply usi ... discuss

The video tape caught Senator Hillary Diane Rodham-Clinton’s exaggeration of an "experience" under fire in Bosnia. A memory lapse, or was it a John Kerry-like deliberate fabrication? I would vote fo ... discuss

Now James Robison is delivering the gospel to the world - and because of his traumatic early life, has a deep compassion for the downtrodden of the world By Dan and Peter Wooding Special to ... discuss

Hillary Clinton's Bosnia exaggeration is not an exception to the candidate's record but another in a long line of "misspeaks". To be fair, I suppose we should consider Barack Obama's record:After wee ... discuss

(Hat tip: Feddie)Federal Judge William H. Pryor, Jr., writing for my alma mater's Virginia Law Review, argues "that the independence of the federal judiciary is secure" and "that contemporary criticis ... discuss

The Same Subject Continued (The Idea of Restraining the Legislative Authority in Regard to the Common Defense Considered) For the Independent Journal. Alexander Hamilton To the People of the State of ... discuss

Binky Boy posits an interesting question in regards to the Frank Church Dinner: After going to the Frank Church Banquet on Saturday night (thank you everyone), I have a few comments (of course, right ... discuss

In Canada, abortion was legalized in 1969. Canada’s Justice Minister of the day was the so-called "Honourable” John Turner. He stood in the House of Commons at the bill’s third reading and assur ... discuss

An example of blatant media bias is the coverage the main stream media gave the opposing parties of the results of the South Carolina primary elections. The GOP and the Democrat primaries were held o ... discuss

The abortion rate in the United States has fallen to its lowest level since 1974, the first full year after Roe v Wade, the case by which the U.S. Supreme Court usurped all state laws regarding the pr ... discuss

Have the Constitution's checks and balances come unglued? The First Things website carries a provocative essay by Richard John Neuhaus.  The essay explores the contention that, as Anti-Feder ... discuss

Last week someone forwarded me a LifeSiteNews.com another post, so I checked PP Federation's and saw it had over $40 million in investments (click to enlarge): Two points to take away. PP is likel ... discuss

WorldNetDaily: 'Obamamania' sputters, McCain 'comeback kid'Obama does sputter -- having seen him in the debates in IL -- I can honestly say he is the worst debater I have ever seen and that 's not an ... discuss

May 2008 bring you good health and happiness!Did you make any resolutions?I am resolving:1. To exercise (I'd say exercise more, but since I don't exercise at all right now, more would be a big exagge ... discuss

The View From 1776:Have the Constitution’s checks and balances come unglued?The First Things website carries a provocative essay by Richard John Neuhaus. The essay explores the contention that, as ... discuss

By Christopher Monckton: “’Scuse me,” I said…“but isn’t that a picture of a glacier that cuts across a freshwater lake in Argentina?” For it wasn’t Greenland. It looked suspicious ... discuss

Congressman Ron Paul (R-TX) is running on his pro-life record as he tries to secure enough citizen delegates to West Virginia’s primary: Attention Rudy, Fred and Mitt: He’s pushing opposition ... discuss

From the Author,John Francis Borra:To anyone familiar with the Third Reich, it's obvious what I've done here. This is a play on the iron gates surrounding Auschwitz concentration camp. The actual iron ... discuss

From the Author, John Francis Borra:To anyone familiar with the Third Reich, it's obvious what I've done here. This is a play on the iron gates surrounding Auschwitz concentration camp. The actual iro ... discuss

From the Author, John Francis Borra: To anyone familiar with the Third Reich, it’s obvious what I’ve done here. This is a play on the iron gates surrounding Auschwitz concentration camp. ... discuss

Lately, Britain has been abuzz with the abortion law review. This article is another in a series.The article focuses on 26-year-old Helena, who is having an abortion."They gave me a pill that stops th ... discuss

David Powlison was charged with the task of trying to tie everything together. One of the things that we’ve examined throughout these days together is avoiding pitfalls. We must try to avoid the pit ... discuss

File this in the "talk about Chutzpah!" folder: Two Stanford bioethicists, Mildred Cho and David Magnus, have written a column in Nature Reports Stem Cells bemoaning the hype and exaggeration that may ... discuss

You really must read Got a Grip's entire post. It is insightful. The CPLA had reported to me the pro-aborts were "shrieking" outside, in his words, which I thought might be an exaggeration. But if ... discuss

I almost feel like having a party to celebrate the fact that I actually made it to the end of Peony in Love by Lisa See. Okay, maybe that's a bit of an exaggeration, but not much... The rather pred ... discuss

By now I'm sure you've heard the news about the huge international pedophile ring that was busted up recently. (from the Brisbane Times):Police have smashed a global internet pedophile ring, rescuing ... discuss

We've been in Paperback Swap for a while now, and I really, really like it. We have gotten some sweet books, and we have made other people very happy with their 'new' books while purging some books of ... discuss

Since when did every parent in America become answerable to the media and the government for what they say to their children? Actor Alec Baldwin has been raked over the coals for a phone call he made ... discuss

While some schools are showing Al Gore's "An Inconvenient Truth" without rebuttal, a university class is demonstrating that perhaps the global warming alarmists can't handle balance. Nick Shipley, an ... discuss

There are a few pro-life advocates around who have played down the importance of the Supreme Court's recent upholding of bans on partial birth abortion. This despite the dramatic significance of the C ... discuss

the first report was more gruesome than reality. here is an updated report. i'll point the previous post to this one and delete the gross stuff....Dear partners,I know that many have been deeply upse ... discuss

Lewis Libby has now been found guilty of perjury and obstruction of justice for lies that had absolutely no legal consequence. It was not a crime to reveal Valerie Plame's name because she was not a c ... discuss

Science did a very nasty and, in my view, politically motivated thing before the election: It printed a hit piece by William Neaves and others against David Prentice, essentially accusing him of lyin ... discuss

So I've read a few Canadian entries of the Blogs for Choice campaign. What I notice about these entries is that the substance of the debate over abortion is not acknowledged.It makes sense for them to ... discuss

."Global Warming may be occuring, but it is not caused by CO2 emissions" - fellow AGC blogger "Sam" .Global Warming as defined by the extremists on the left of the political spectrum is caused by man. ... discuss

More and more, people are understanding the nature of abortion, and the fact that it involves the taking of human life. They are beginning to understand what a gruesome and unconscienable procedure it ... discuss

Bernard Chapin takes on Professor W.C. Harris, author of \"In My Day It Used to Be Called a Limp Wrist: Flip-Floppers, Nelly Boys, and Homophobic Rhetoric in the 2004 US Presidential Ca ... discuss

Many people ask: just what does Status of Women do that merits its disbanding.Good question.Here is one example.In July, SOW published a report by the Final report of the Expert Panel on Accountabilit ... discuss

Just a quick note... My post tonight will be even shorter than last Thursdays.  On top of my already busy Thursday schedule, the Shepherd University Republicans will be meeting on Thursday nights ... discuss

General By Terry VanderheydenWASHINGTON, August 2, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) is targeting Mongolia – the most sparsely populated country in Asia at ... discuss

"Are we having fun yet?" So often in the slow news days of summer the media sink their teeth into a story and don't let go. They obsess and exaggerate. We've had the summer of shark attacks ... discuss

-By Warner Todd HustonIt is no exaggeration to say that we won the Cold War by forcing the U.S.S.R. to spend itself into despair. They did so to gain power and expansion was the means to that power ye ... discuss

Via Spero Forum Weblog, here's an American Life League press release about how Planned Parenthood uses your tax dollars to refuse service to the poor. Despite its heated tone, there's no exaggeration; ... discuss

by Baron Bodissey, FaithFreedom: Robert Spencer and Hugh Fitzgerald of Jihad Watch have a nickname for newspaper the New York Times, which they prefer to call “the New Duranty Times” owing to w ... discuss

No, that's not an exaggeration or a joke. The New York Times reports:The American Civil Liberties Union is weighing new standards that would discourage its board members from publicly criticizing the ... discuss

I am now convinced that the opening salvo for pushing medical futility to the forefront, which I have been predicting for several years was on its way, has begun. This note was sent to me from Elizab ... discuss

My first instinct when I found out about the shake-up at St. Agnes was to wait until the dust settled. Really. I have been both critical and supportive of Archbishop Flynn, depending on the topic, bu ... discuss

“Everyone loves a parade.” This old expression indicates that whenever there’s some sort of festivities, all are happy to join in. Of course, “everyone” is an exaggeratio ... discuss

... in your local bookstore soon.This post is in response to a rather lively discussion between The CRIB and Oversight of Souls. The latter is a blog of Dr, Ray Van Neste, Associate Professor of Chri ... discuss

Looking for something to post besides green beer and shamrocks, I discovered that Patrick was born in Scotland. He was kidnapped by pirates at 14, spent 6 years in slavery, then escaped to France, ... discuss

Yesterday, I went to court as a potential witness on behalf of a friend. We spent nearly all day waiting as the case was bumped from 10:30 to 11:30, to immediately after lunch, to 2:00...in the end o ... discuss

Here is a segment of a fascinating interview between Hugh Hewitt and Father Jospeh Fessio: JF: Let me divide my answer into two parts, and you can interrupt me at any time, because I realize i ... discuss

Some weeks are better than others – this ain’t one of them.My attempts to celebrate All Saints Day and Raphael’s Birthday didn’t turn out as nice as I had wanted them to.  The kids s ... discuss

From John Fund's diary of October 24: [A] reason for conservative suspicion [about the Miers' nomination] is that it was [Andy] Card, a former moderate Massachusetts state legislator, who pushe ... discuss

Numerous articles have discussed the recent arrests and firings of Chinese officials who forced women to be sterilized and have abortions. International human rights groups have accused overzealous C ... discuss

Jonathan Pitts at the Baltimore Sun has written a really splendid piece - a must read - that I will excerpt here, but please, do yourself a favor and read it and pass it around. It’s inspiring ... discuss




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