Posts Tagged ‘opinion’

Thousands of doctors are walking away from Obamacare

by Tony Perkins December 10, 2013 (FRC) - The weather may be chilly, but it’s nothing compared to people’s reactions to ObamaCare. This month, the only thing falling faster than the temperature is the number of the new law’s supporters. Making matters worse, the policy’s biggest defectors seem to be…

Let me count the ways Dutch doctors kill

by Wesley J. Smith How do Dutch doctors kill? Let me count the ways: Dutch euthanasia statistics are bogus. Always were.  First, they have a very narrow definition of euthanasia and assisted suicide. For example, when a doctor lethally injects someone who didn’t ask to be killed–known as termination…

Predictable: Pro-aborts desperately try to debunk study linking abortion and breast cancer

by Joel Brind, Ph.D December 10, 2013 (NRLC) - Just this past week, NRL News readers learned of a bombshell—a systematic review and meta-analysis of abortion-breast cancer studies in China, which reported a 44% overall increase in breast cancer among women who’d had any abortions. I described it as a “game-changer”…

Pay no attention to how great Planned Parenthood said Plan B was 5 minutes ago

by Jill Stanek In 2005, after the FDA under President George W. Bush resisted liberal pressure to make the hormonal emergency contraceptive Plan B available over-the-counter, Planned Parenthood was furious, claiming unfettered access to hormonal ECs would cut the number of abortions in America by a whopping…

A moral revolution at warp speed—now, it’s wedding cakes

by Albert Mohler December 11, 2013 (Albert Mohler) - Six months. That’s how long it took to get from the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision striking down the Defense of Marriage Act to the decision of a Colorado judge ordering a Christian baker to make a cake for a same-sex ceremony. Just six months. Back in June,…

She barely escaped abortion, then went on to become homecoming queen: a fairytale come true

by John Stonestreet December 11, 2013 (BreakPoint) - True stories are always full of both ugliness and beauty, and this one is no different. A married woman is sexually assaulted in California and becomes pregnant. Compounding her pain, her husband gives her an ultimatum: Abort this baby, or I’ll divorce you. That’s…

How I failed Nelson Mandela

by Alveda King December 10, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) - At the passing of Nelson Mandela I am acknowledging that he was a humanitarian who gave his life to ending apartheid in South Africa and human racism on this planet. At the same time we must acknowledge that he was a man deeply flawed, as we all are, who, while…

Judge to Colorado baker: bake cakes for gay ‘weddings’…or else

by Tony Perkins Dec. 10, 2013 (FRC) - As the owner of Masterpiece Cakes, Jack Phillips is used to making batter. What he’s not used to is being battered for his beliefs. Unfortunately for Jack, the two now go hand in hand under a ruling many would argue is its own masterpiece of religious intolerance. The case had…

Angry America: we need more light, less heat

by Eric Metaxas Dec. 10, 2013 (Breakpoint.org) - As Christmas Day approaches, it appears that many of us are acting more like Ebenezer Scrooge than Tiny Tim. According to a new USA Today study, the share of Americans who report feeling angry or irritable has surged from 50 percent just two years ago to 60 percent today.…

My time with Peter Singer

by Dan Becker Dec. 10, 201 (GRTL) - “An unjust man is an abomination to the righteous, but one whose way is straight is an abomination to the wicked.” Proverbs 29:27 ESV Webster defines the word “abominable” to mean “causing moral revulsion.” Yesterday I had an opportunity to sit…

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