BreakPoint: Abortion ahead

by Ruth Moon

With the Nelson-Casey-Hatch amendment defeated, government funding of abortion lies ahead.

The media is twisting Fort Hood shooter Nidal Hasan’s story much as it twisted JFK’s story.

Al Mohler: Societal decisions

by Ruth Moon

Mohler signed The Manhattan Declaration because, he says, Christians “are facing an inevitable and culture-determining decision on the three issues centrally identified in this statement.”

Mental illness – one reason given for the Fort Hood shootings –  should not be an excuse for immorality.

BreakPoint: Civil liberties and civil rights

by Ruth Moon

Abortion is not in the child’s best interest. Also, a new face cream was made using protein from the skin cells of an aborted fetus, and forced abortions are taking place in China.

Catholic Charities will lose up to $20 million if anti-discrimination legislation passes in Washington, D.C.

The Fort Hood massacre was not caused by a “gun control problem” as Chicago Mayor Richard Daley says. Muslim extremists post “a real threat to our culture and way of life.”

Pornography is becoming more accessible in public places, leading to uncomfortable situations.

American Family Association

by R. Burge

Bryan Fischer the AFA writer who argued that Muslims should not be allowed to serve in the military reiterates his previous assertion. He references the Pentagon’s policy of not allowing members of the Aryan nation to serve as they would be harmful to the overall health of the military. He places Muslims in this same camp.

Another post by the AFA highlights the media’s current take on the tragedy in Ft. Hood, who continue to play the angle of the increasing number of suicides by servicemen and women because of the stress of their jobs.

Finally, the AFA notes that we have become a society of appeasing and soft responses instead of the stern rebukes of yesteryear.  The author blames this phenomenon on the feminist movement that has swept the country.

NAE: Response to Ft. Hood

by Ruth Moon

The NAE responded to the Fort Hood shootings with a call for prayer.

BreakPoint: 14, not 13

by Ruth Moon

Don’t forget there were 14 victims of the Fort Hood shooting, not 13 — one of the soldiers was pregnant.

Abortion causes more deaths daily than the 114 children who have died from swine flu so far.

How many deaths does it take to raise awareness of overseas violence? The death toll in Democratic Republic of Congo is over 5 million, compared to Darfur’s 300,000.

A Massachusetts store manager should sue over a recent free speech/gay marriage run-in.

People complaining over religious leaders’ influence in Congress should remember there were similar complaints over church criticism of slavery back in the 1850s.

The Planned Parenthood employee who resigned should share things she learned at the clinic with those at the anti-abortion clinic she now works with.