American Family Association

by R. Burge

A post by Jerry Richardson notes that the current debate over mammograms for women is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to rationing under the current health care proposal in Congress. Richardson writes, “This sort of medical decision-making contains the crux notion of a “death panel”, whatever name you prefer to give it. ” Another brief post highlights some statements by Senators on the health care reform.  Another mentions that the vote by the Senate was not for passage, but merely procedural.  Yet a fourth post highlights some of the numbers associated with healthcare reform, including its total cost and the increase in bureaucracy.

In their ‘Prophecy Matters’ segment the AFA takes on the current claims that the world will end in 2012. The AFA believes, “Surely the Mayan fad is part of this deception of looking for signs everywhere else.” They argue that the only resource available to those interested in the end times is the bible.

On the foreign affairs front, the AFA mentions recent statements made by Fred Thompson that indicates the war in Afghanistan is already lost.

A post on economics contends that any tinkering with the economy causes a whole rash of unintended consequences.

The AFA also highlights a recent interview with Dr. James Dobson about his new book which is concerned with how to raise boys in the 21st Century.

David Smith writes a piece indicating that the current debate on global warming is little more than a power grab by the governments of the world.  Another post indicates that statements made by Sen. Inhofe from last year have been vindicated by the current back and forth over global warming.

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