Wednesday, April 8, 2009 - NewsBytes April 7, 2009 NewsBytes for April 7, 2009

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Gianna Jessen Abortion Survivor in Australia -  MUST SEE two part video

Dr. Oz to Oprah and Michael J Fox: "The stem cell debate is dead." Video of Oprah program. Another MUST SEE video


White House confirms it got 2 million red envelopes - President's mail worker claims letter campaign 1 of largest in 35 years

Pro-life float blocked from parade - For 25 years, Right to Life of Holland has had a float in the Tulip Time Festival -- but this year officials said no.

Abortion Foes Call Republican Response to Sebelius 'Baffling'

Belgian Euthanasia of Woman on Hunger Strike

March for Life held in Trinidad & Tobago last week.

A bill in the Oklahoma Legislature would allow pregnant women to use deadly force in order to save the lives of their babies.

Sedation linked to birth defects


There's nothing that Obama can't get away with at this point. He is the orchestra leader of a new political blitzkrieg, which makes the Clinton machine look like Tinkertoys.

The Master of Misdirection - How Obama maintains his popularity - He is a great salesman, marketing his product--the liberal agenda, plus a few add-ons--in a manner that disguises what he's really up to.

New 'Faith-Based' Obama Advisor Says Pope Is 'Discredited,' Knights of Columbus Are 'An Army of Oppression'

Obama embraces Muslim world

Barack takes a bow - The president shows fealty to a Muslim king - bow was an extraordinary protocol violation

Obama: Islam Has Shaped the U.S.A. By Robert Spencer

Democrats' Next Target: the Internet - Democrat Senator Jay Rockefeller of West Virginia has introduced two senate bills that may severely regulate traffic on the Internet.

Bill Allows Obama Power to Shut Down Internet
The President of the United States is said by some to be the most powerful man in the world -- but should he have control of the spread of information,7478.html


A Calumny against the Cardinal - The Chicago Tribune is wrong about the Notre Dame controversy, and much else - By George Weigel

Former secretary of Veterans Affairs and former U.S. ambassador to the Holy City, Jim Nicholson - I stand with Cardinal George and a lot of the bishops. There's 70 million Catholics in this country, and 55 percent of those that have voted voted for President Obama, and he's done nothing since he's been president but to stick it right into their eye,,2933,512736,00.html

Canadian Catholic Register column - Rescinding Obama's invitation would be un-civil. Civilization depends on certain social codes, and one of the most ancient and most important is that of hospitality. The very concept of hospitality was developed to protect the vulnerable. And in host-guest relations, it is the guest who is most vulnerable. Notre Dame students should not be denied the chance to see and hear in person the President of the United States.


Passion of the Lord also explains the defense of life in all of its stages, archbishop says

A RECONSIDERATION - On Denying Pro-Abortion Politicians Holy Communion

The End of Christian America

Connecticut bishop will not attend Catholic college ceremonies

Are vocal bishops also the most physically fit bishops?

California Catholic Conference's Lobby Day 2009 agenda ignores abortion -- again

Zambia: Jesuit wants homosexuality legalized - Concerned about a strong push around the globe to introduce laws that would make it a criminal offense to transmit HIV or expose others to the virus

Bleak stories behind failed condom campaigns - Before blanketing the continent with condoms to stop AIDS, why don't you live in rural Africa for a while?

Teachers' union calls for an end to faith schools

Breakaway congregations form new Anglican diocese

Teenage atheism on the rise

Constitutionality of Mt. Soledad veterans' memorial cross to be defended in court

The Arrogant Gene: The Autobiography of Richard Dawkins


International leader of "moderate Islam" says there is no "moderate Islam"

Whipping 17-yr girl a "barbaric act", anger against Taliban mounts

The U.N.'s Dangerously Renegade Human Rights Council - The "defamation of religion" resolution is old trick at the United Nations, where Islamic states that belong to the OIC have been passing similar measures for a decade now.

Islam in America, Part Five: Education
School students in all 50 states use textbooks that contain such erroneous "facts." Of the 500 historical errors uncovered by the study, hundreds of them tout a blatant agenda of Islamic superiority. "No one knows how extensive Saudi funding of U.S. schools is," Geller told RightSideNews, "but since Saudis control 80% of US mosques financially, it's very likely that they control the same percentage of schools."


Prominent Conservatives Warn Against President's "Bailout Budget"

Budget will Bankrupt Americans as it bails out government and special interests

The G20 moves the world a step closer to a global currency - The world is a step closer to a global currency, backed by a global central bank, running monetary policy for all humanity.

Let's Not Reinflate the Housing Bubble - Haven't Fannie and Freddie done enough damage?

MPs slam government over CBC cuts - But Conservatives say the CBC is not alone in suffering during the economic downturn.


Marriage: A Hill to Die On

Same-sex "marriage" colliding with parental rights, religious liberty around the country

'Parental rights' - Congress in a race against the U.N.

Aw, Canada!: Homosexual Activism in the North

Federally Funded Group Advises Teens on How to Decide if They Are Gay

California's 'Gender Identity' Law Goes on Trial

Legalized polygamy is coming to a Canada near you

GLOBAL WARMING OR CLIMATE CHANGE (Depending on the time of the year)

Slate Editor Weisberg Second-Guesses the Potential of Climate Change Catastrophe

Scientist Links Melting Polar Ice to Greenhouse Effect but Government's Own Research Shows Otherwise

Obama: Accord on climate will be tough - says an international accord on combatting climate change will be difficult because of political and economic hurdles. Obama said, "This is going to be a big, big project, a very difficult one, and costly one."


Blair steps up fight to be crowned first 'President of EU'

Incrementalism: The God that failed? - Loyal to the Core: Stephen Harper, Me and the NCC By Gerry Nicholls

Threatened with Loss of Funding, University of Maryland Cancels Porn Movie

School to automatic A+ professor: You're fired. The story behind the dismissal, a Q&A with former prof Denis Rancourt, and one student's critique

School criticised for encouraging 11-year-olds to swear

Child porn sting bankrolled by private foundation,5143,705295297,00.html

Red Deer, Alberta weird sex-seeker underground


Australia Moves to Build High-Speed Network
The Australian government said Tuesday that it would create a publicly owned company to build a national high- speed broadband network, spending 43 billion Australian dollars in one of the largest state-sponsored Internet infrastructure upgrades in the world.

Microsoft to Allow Win 7 Downgrades to Vista, XP,7480.html

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