The Price of Liberty is Eternal Vigilance. While the title I have chosen represents only one among many and differently attributed variations of this wise observation, accurate phrasing and attribution are of less importance when compared to the urgency and importance each one of us must place upon understanding–and embodying–the unchanging among variations message. Continue reading →
Yesterday, while getting caught up with my friends in the blogosphere, I learned through one of my friends, Kasey, and with great alarm of the official Obama campaign affiliate African-Americans for Obama.
Mark your calendar and register now for a powerful gathering called The Awakening 2012/El Despertar 2012 at Calvary Assembly in Winter Park (Orlando), FL, on April 20 – 21. We have come to a critical crossroad in world history. The future of America will be determined in Continue reading →
Newborn baby just after birth. Photo via Wikipedia
Washington, D.C. – An article entitled “After-birth abortion: Why should the baby live?” was recently published in the London-based Journal of Medical Ethics, advocating that if abortion is allowed, then society also has the right to kill a newborn child. This outrageous deduction by Alberto Giubilini and Francesca Minerva takes abortion to its logical conclusion.
By Eva Galperin, Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF)– Earlier this month, EFF called for the protection of Saudi blogger and journalist Hamza Kashgari, who had fled Saudi Arabia after tweets he wrote about the Prophet Mohammed provoked clerics to demand that he be tried for apostasy, and members of the public to call for his murder. Kashgari had been a columnist for the Jeddah-based newspaper Al Bilad until outrage Continue reading →
Strasbourg, France – The European Centre for Law and Justice (ECLJ) welcomes the adoption, by the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE), of a Resolution setting the principle that “Euthanasia, in the sense of the intentional killing by act or omission of a dependent human being for his or her alleged benefit, must always be prohibited.” This is the first time, in the past decades, that euthanasia is so clearly rejected by a Continue reading →