Roundup

Should you wait until marriage?  Short answer: Yes.   Click the link for a more thorough and excellent response by the Pugnacious Irishman.

As an atheist, I truly believe Africa needs God” — “Missionaries, not aid money, are the solution to Africa’s biggest problem – the crushing passivity of the people’s mindset”  Hat tip: Rediscovering the Church

In the city we had working for us Africans who had converted and were strong believers. The Christians were always different. Far from having cowed or confined its converts, their faith appeared to have liberated and relaxed them. There was a liveliness, a curiosity, an engagement with the world – a directness in their dealings with others – that seemed to be missing in traditional African life. They stood tall.

Interesting movie about the real, live censorship of “The Path to 9/11.”  Why isn’t the liberal media howling?  Why do people believe the ridiculous conspiracy theories about 9/11 but not the truth about how the Clinton administration’s role is being covered up?  Hat tip: Christine

Watch your back, Prop 8 donors: The addresses of people who contributed to the Prop 8 cause are on maps distributed to the pro-gay crowd.   Have you heard about this in the mainstream media?  Didn’t think so.  Now consider if the pro-Prop 8 folks published Google maps like this with addresses of gay people on them. 

New Bill introduced to stop disingenuously named Fairness Doctrine — Hopefully the more appropriately named Broadcast Freedom Act will pass.

“The time has come to do away with the Fairness Doctrine once and for all,” said Congressman Pence. “Over the past few months, some of the most powerful Democrats in Congress have made their intentions to restore this Depression-era regulation clear. However, bringing back the Fairness Doctrine would amount to government control over political views expressed on the public airwaves. It is dangerous to suggest that the government should be in the business of rationing free speech.

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