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The Wintry Knight’s commentary On women leaving marriages that don’t make them happy enough — I’m really, really glad I married so well.

The TSA search policies are nuts.  The enhanced security all started because of Muslim terrorists, didn’t it?  So why do Muslims get exemptions?

So, let’s get this straight:

It’s okay for the TSA to grope nuns, but Muslim women are exempt (nothing beyond the head and neck). We cannot profile potential terrorists, but it’s okay to molest three-year olds(except we won’t call it molest because it’s the government doing it). Muslim men won’t go through body imaging machines, but it’s okay to grope non-Muslims’ genitals.

See Christian doctor forced off adoption panel goes to EU Court of Justice.  You can thank false teachers in the church for travesties like this.  They teach the opposite of the Bible and not only condone but encourage same-sex parenting.

A British Christian pediatrician has applied to be heard at the European Court of Justice after she was forced out of her position on the Northamptonshire County Council Adoption Panel because of her belief that adoptive children are best off placed with a mother and a father. Sheila Matthews, a physician with 18 years experience, is being represented in her legal challenge by human rights barrister Paul Diamond and the Christian Legal Centre.

How sad that these tools of Satan love the world and their false theology more than they love children.  Something about millstones comes to mind . . .

Charlie Rangel: Really, really, very guilty.

Even his fellow Democrats can’t deny he’s a crook. Isn’t it amazing that a guy who’s been in Congress since 1971 — and indeed was chairman of the powerful House Ways and Means Committee — still manages to claim victimhood?

Keith Olbermann is Right (?!?!?!) – Well, at least on one point.  My favorite part is in bold.  Fox has proven to be more balanced than most media outlets, but even if you buy the lie that they are a far-right factory, I’ll take them and the Leftist cheerleaders at MSNBC debating any day rather than faux “unbiased” organizations like the rest of the MSM.

Ted Koppel, Dan Rather and Walter Cronkite were always liberals who used their position to subtly but consistently promote a point of view. Frankly, I’d rather have the MSNBC crew advocate openly for their side than the entrenched but covert bias we endured for the 40 years before that. The American public is better served by an open argument between the best advocates for opposing views than it is by unnamed editors making decisions about what is important for people to know. I prefer occasionally disagreeable prosecutors (and defense lawyers) than a single dishonest judge pretending to be in the middle.

Sweet.  The 13 year old who initially got in trouble for having an American flag on his bike ended up with a parade and an apology.

Little known fact: After the owner left the room, the dog ate the guinea pig, the rabbit and the mouse.
Just kidding!  Probably!

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Does Mormonism teach that Adam was God (or a God)? Yes, and here is some of the evidence.  Don’t let them tell you otherwise.

What really caused Michael Jackson to die? (Ray Comfort) — Good video at Christocentric

North Korea executes (more) Christians 

Human rights groups in South Korea say North Korea has stepped up executions of Christians, some of them in public.

The communist country, the world’s most closed society, views religion as a major threat….

…[J]ust owning a Bible in North Korea may be a cause for torture and disappearance.

From Stand to Resaon:

A new scanning technique  allows life-size models to be made of unborn babies allowing the mothers to see their child in a realistic way.

Very cool.  These make a huge difference to abortion vulnerable women.  I’m on the board of a CareNet Pregnancy Center and just this week was reminded of the importance of ultrasounds as well.

One of the volunteers described a woman who just visited the center with her newborn son.  She originally had an abortion scheduled but came to CareNet the day before that and got an ultrasound.  The technician couldn’t find the baby at first but gave it one last try and showed him to the mother.  Her reply was a common one: “I realized I couldn’t kill my baby.”

Ultrasounds save lives.

A challenge for ID bashers

Read Stephen C. Meyer’s new book, Signature in the Cell: DNA and the Evidence for Intelligent Design (HarperOne). He lays out a massive evidentiary case. As a philosopher of science, he also explains what science is. If you really want to tell me there’s no positive scientific evidence that biological information coded in DNA reflects purposeful design, then go ahead and read Meyer’s book and report back to me your reasoned response.

Feel free to leave your comments there, not here.

Someone had to say it: OK, Enough! Cronkite Was NOT That Great .  Side note: I thought he was already dead, so it would have been more newsworthy to me if they had announced the previous day that he was still alive.