“Section 20 of the bill, entitled Ideal Family Size, says the state will “encourage [couples] to have two children as the ideal family size,” while saying that is neither mandatory nor compulsory.”
“The legislation, titled “An Act Providing for a National Policy on Reproductive Health, Responsible Parenthood and Population Development, and for Other Purposes,” calls for up to six months of imprisonment and heavy fines for anyone who openly challenges the law and tries to inform others of the dangers of contraception and abortion.”
Get to know the multitude of sharia-promoting, jihad-leveraging, anti-freedom Islamic groups that abound in the U.S. (CAIR, ISNA, ICNA, MAS, MSA, etc) and educate your friends and elected officials about them. via The History of MPAC - Andrew C. McCarthy - National Review Online.
Established in 1988 by followers of the Muslim Brotherhood and admirers of Hezbollah, MPAC styles itself a “moderate, inclusive and forward-thinking organization with a history of fostering a strong Muslim American identity, and combating terrorism and extremism.” In reality, MPAC is yet another Islamist wolf in the “social justice” clothing of the hard Left.
In my last post, here, I wrote some about cultural relativism, and it's replacement of good and evil with infinite shades of gray. In an age in which every public utterance (and many private ones as well) of a public figure, and often private ones as well are recorded and available to everybody; we have an administration that acts as if its words are written on the wind.
Two months ago, my priest-formator asked me to make a photo slideshow of the events captured last 50th International Eucharistic Congress held in Dublin, Ireland. He showed me a lot of pictures he took during that event which he intended to show among us seminarians. With that photo slideshow, he asked me to accompany it with the theme song of the Congress entitled "Though We are Many".
By Staff Report | August 8, 2012 | WNDThis quiet push would make citizens in dozens of states irrelevant
Progressive organizations are quietly pushing a “popular vote” that could see only 14 states – those with the largest populations – decide the presidency for voters in all 50 states, according to a book released this week that’s now skyrocketing up bestseller charts.
This is why I will vote for Ron Paul for President