OTTAWA, Dec 1 (LSN) Imperial Oil, Canada’s largest oil producer, became the first large Canadian company to publicly condemn the UN’s radical environmentalist Kyoto treaty last month. On November 11, an Imperial Oil analysis said that the proposed greenhouse gas emissions reductions promised under the treaty would likely result in “a doubling of consumption taxes on transportation fuels as well as limiting families to no more than one small, fuel-efficient vehicle.” To see an earlier analysis by Imperial of the Kyoto deal go to: https://www.imperialoil.ca/news/globewrm.htm
TWIN PEAKS, California, Dec 1 (LSN) – Jeff White, director of Operation Rescue California and father of nine children received a letter at his home Monday which claimed he had been exposed to the deadly anthrax bacteria used in biological warfare. The FBI was called in to investigate and has retained the letter for its investigation. Authorities suspected that the letter, forwarded to White’s home from his pro-life office, was a hoax and no evacuation of the neighbourhood was deemed necessary. “It comes with the territory,” White said. White suspects radical abortion advocates are behind the threat. Since 1988, when […]
WASHINGTON, Dec 1 (LSN) Yesterday, the US Supreme Court rejected an appeal by a gay Boy Scout leader who charged the youth organization with discrimination after it discontinued his services because of his active homosexuality. Charles Merino became the second former Boy Scout leader to be denied access to the young boys by the Supreme Court. In 1984, former Eagle Scout Timothy Curran, a practicing homosexual, lost his Supreme Court battle to lead a troop of young boys. Homosexual activist lawyer Evan Wolfson of the Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund revealed that numerous other attempts to legally force admission […]
MOSCOW, Dec 1 (LSN) Citing Health Ministry figures, Interfax news agency reported Sunday that approximately 2.5 million abortions were committed in Russia in 1997. The figures also indicated that two out of every three women who have their children aborted suffer from health complications as a result. The situation is pathetic considering 70 per cent of babies conceived are killed by abortion and this in a country where the number of abortions is said to have fallen by 25 per cent in the past four years.