ChristianGovernance eletter – November 15, 2012
Focus on the Family head, Jim Daly, seems to be a really nice guy, but the interests of the Church and society are not advanced by naivity. Note the story below with Mr. Daly’s comments, followed by our analysis.
Focus on the Family Community – November 12, 2012
NYC Mayor Bans Food Donations?
Posted by Jim Daly
The Canadian Press article reports: “If state officials determine there is a case of discrimination, they can order Liberty Ridge to take appropriate action and can set monetary damages.”
Totalitaria is a beautiful tropical island. On could call it a paradise. It’s handsome people live in a land of perpetual and lush vegetation that provide for every human need. One of the most attractive aspects of life in Totalitaria is the absence of problems and worries!
The Washington Times – May 7, 2012
Saving the planet, one crucifixion at a time
Environmental movement has tentacles reaching all levers of power
By Robert Knight
What do Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico have in common?
They comprise the Environmental Protection Agency’s Region VI. They also constitute the core of America’s energy production, especially oil.
ChristianGovernance eletter – May 1, 2012
Homosexual parenting fuels tyranny
Perhaps the greatest fraud in the multi-decade campaign to normalize homosexual parenting and domestic relationships is the notion that this libertine ethic is consistent with the view that the state has no business in the bedrooms of the nation. This claim is false and dishonest in at least two ways, and despite the transparent dishonesty of these claims, social conservatives have, for some reason, been very muted in challenging activists on these points.
Las Vegas Review-Journal – December 26, 2010
Time to separate school and state
By Vin Suprynowicz
We keep getting letters explaining government schools can’t turn out as good a product as private schools – even private schools spending less per student – since the private schools choose their students, while mandatory government youth internment camps have to “take every which one.”
LifeSiteNews.com – November 26, 2010
Mexican state government investigated for ‘endorsing’ ex-gay conference
By Matthew Hoffman
GUADALAJARA, Mexico – The government of the Mexican state of Jalisco is under “investigation” by the state human rights commission for alleged sponsorship of a conference that included Richard Cohen, an ex-homosexual and therapist who treats homosexuals for unwanted same-sex attraction, according to the Mexican newspaper El Universal.
The positive utopias of the good society in literature were utopias of centrally planned states. No one has written them in a century. The dystopias are also centrally planned states. They reflect modern men’s declining faith in the healing powers of science as implemented by the state (emphasis added).
National Post – October 29, 2010
Judge finds David Chen not guilty; or, The Grocer Wore Grey
By Peter Kuitenbrouwer
In a cliffhanger ruling that mixed references to film noir and pulp fiction, Justice Ramez Khawly of the Ontario Court of Justice took two hours yesterday, in a court packed with 100 people, to get to his decision: David Chen, the vigilante grocer, is not guilty on all charges.
Do you want more proof that Canada’s – and particularly Ontario’s – human rights industry is a realm of tyranny, or arbitrary rule? A few weeks ago, a decision came down from the province’s human rights tribunal that they had the right to make the final decision on who can be the dean of a university’s law school. The case in question involves the university of Windsor. In this more recent decision, covered in the article below, the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario had decided that it’s jurisdiction does not extend to the editorial pages of newspaper. But if it believed this, why did Ontario Human Rights Commission Czar Barbara Hall express such strong opinions against Maclean’s magazine and its Mark Steyn content that put these agencies in the news across Canada for a couple of years?