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Planned Parenthood Director Who Resigned Shares Story On National Television

November 10


On Saturday's Huckabee show on FNC, host Mike Huckabee interviewed the former executive director of a Planned Parenthood clinic in Bryan Texas, Abby Johnson, who became a pro-life activist after witnessing an ultrasound of an abortion while she assisted in a procedure.

She charged that the abortion provider tries to "increase the number of abortions they do" for the purpose of making money, and described the emotional experience of watching an unborn baby at 13 weeks pregnancy "trying to get away" as its life was being ended. Video of the interview can be found here.

Johnson: "I saw the probe going into the woman's uterus. And at that moment, I saw the baby moving and trying to get away from the probe. ... And I thought, 'It's fighting for its life.' And I thought, 'It's life, I mean, it's alive.'"

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PC Users Framed By Virus Collecting Child Porn

November 10

Of all the sinister things that Internet viruses do, this might be the worst: They can make you an unsuspecting collector of child pornography.

Heinous pictures and videos can be deposited on computers by viruses - the malicious programs better known for swiping your credit card numbers. In this twist, it's your reputation that's stolen.

Pedophiles can exploit virus-infected PCs to remotely store and view their stash without fear they'll get caught. Pranksters or someone trying to frame you can tap viruses to make it appear that you surf illegal websites.

Whatever the motivation, you get child porn on your computer and might not realize it until police knock at your door.

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Will U.S. Attorney General Arrest Pastors for Violation of the "Hate-Crimes" Law?

November 10


 

 

 

 

 

The Coalition for Faith And Freedom -- an ad hoc, inter-denominational group of concerned clergy -- will be holding a Rally for Religious Freedom and Pray-In on Monday, Nov. 16th at 1:00 PM in Washington DC, in front of the Department of Justice, to demonstrate their opposition to the new Federal Hate Crimes Legislation.

Ministers will host a press conference, followed by several brief sermons from the Bible on the subject of homosexuality. The group will release a letter which will be presented earlier that day to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder expressing their concerns and demanding that the religious liberty of all Americans be respected.

Legal challenges to the unconstitutional hate crimes law may be announced at that time. Matt Staver, Esq., Founder and President of Liberty Counsel, has been retained as their legal Counsel and will be present for the news conference.

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College Launches Attack Campaign on Student Body President Over Pro-Life Group's Display

November 10

Attorneys with the Alliance Defense Fund Center for Academic Freedom have issued a cease-and-desist letter to Sacramento City College officials after the president of the Associated Student Government was subjected to an illegal recall election for refusing to censor a pro-life group on campus.

College officials targeted Steve Macias for retaliation after they attempted to censor the speech of an off-campus pro-life group that ASG had already voted to allow to participate in a campus event. Macias refused to censor the pro-life display on the grounds that doing so would violate the group's First Amendment rights. The officials and ASG retaliated by subjecting him to an illegal recall election.

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Mass. Employee Opposes Homosexual Opinion, Loses Job

November 10


An employee at a Brookstone store in Boston Logan Airport is without a job because of his Christian beliefs.

The situation involves a manager from another shop telling Peter Vadala of her impending wedding to another woman. Vedala did not immediately react, nor did he provoke his superior to discuss the issue further. However, after being approached multiple times, he did later express the view of his faith toward homosexual conduct. A short time later, he heard from the chain's human resources department.
 
"I was fired from my job," Vadala reports. "The reason wasn't that I didn't do my job correctly. It was because I expressed my belief that homosexuality is wrong. That's the reason that I was fired."

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U.S. Congressman Wants Probe of E. Coli In School Lunches

November 10


The chairman of the House Education and Labor Committee wants an investigation into the risk of deadly E. coli getting into school lunches.
 
Rep. George Miller, D-Calif., is worried about a recent outbreak that killed at least two people and sickened about two dozen others in 11 states.
 
The E. coli outbreak was linked to ground beef produced by Fairbank Farms of Ashville, N.Y.

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School Moves To Hide Students' Medical Decisions from Parents

November 10

One of the largest school districts in the Sacramento area is quietly moving to revise its student absence policy to make clear that parents will not be notified if their children in grades 7-12 leave school to get "confidential medical services," such as abortions, contraceptives and drug abuse counseling.

Pacific Justice Institute has learned that last week, the school board of San Juan Unified held an initial hearing to revise the district's student absence policy. School officials have acknowledged that, currently, decisions are left to individual school counselors, nurses or administrators as to whether parents are notified when their children miss school for "confidential medical services." The new proposal would make clear that parents of 7th-12th graders would not be informed in such instances. Only one board member, Dr. Larry Masuoka, questioned the proposed policy change. A final vote is scheduled for the next board meeting on November 17.

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