eBay Bans Homeschool Teacher’s Manuals along with “Illegal, Dangerous, Offensive, or Potentially Inf

By Gudrun Schultz SAN JOSE, California, August 28, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The Internet auction giant eBay has banned the sale of all teaching manuals for homeschool teachers, reported World Net Daily yesterday, causing widespread concern among members of the homeschool community who rely on the trading centre to obtain necessary materials for home study. The new policy prohibits the sale of all teacher’s edition textbooks and related material, including material utilized by homeschool teachers, stating that the products often contain “special answer keys, exams, teaching tips, and guides.” “As you may know, eBay does not permit items that are illegal, […]
News
 • 

LifeSiteNews.com NewsBytes

Study Finds Aborting Brings Teens More Problems Than Giving Birthhttps://headlines.agapepress.org/archive/8/afa/282006a.asp ADF: School District Misleads Parents About Pro-Homosexual Diversity Traininghttps://headlines.agapepress.org/archive/8/afa/282006c.asp APA President Signals Policy Change on Homosexuality – gays can change message may finally be getting throughhttps://www.family.org/cforum/extras/a0041796.cfm FRC Reviews Legal Options After FDA’s Plan B Decisionhttps://www.frc.org/get.cfm?i=PR06H06 Intellectual bankruptcy of the current “centrist” position on abortion – First Things Aug. 28/06https://www.firstthings.com/ CBS To Air Profanity-Laden Programhttps://www.afa.net/Petitions/IssueDetail.asp?id=209 The curious case of NEA prioritieshttps://www.townhall.com/Columnists/AlanSears/2006/08/25/the_curious_case_of_nea_priorities Domestic partners bill sparks personal attacks in California’s statehousehttps://news.lp.findlaw.com/ap/o/51/08-24-2006/81a0001ace9db4e5.html ‘Darwin’s Deadly Legacy’ Gives Shocking Look at Social Impacthttps://www.christianpost.com/article/20060825/24004.htm Fewer Evangelicals, Catholics View GOP as Faith-Friendlyhttps://www.christianpost.com/article/20060825/23996.htm Mexico’s conservative near win as […]
News
 • 

Conservative Government Continuing Pro-Abortion Extremism at United Nations

By John-Henry Westen NEW YORK, August 25, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The switch to a Conservative Government seems to have had little effect on the pro-abortion activism of Canadian representatives at the United Nations. While pro-life Canadians did not expect that the Harper government would be pro-life, it did have hopes that the radical promotion of a global right to abortion by Canadian delegates at the UN would cease. Such radicalism has seen several important United Nations documents held up by Canada’s insistence that a right to abortion be included in the wording, a position which is intolerable to numerous African […]
News
 • 

New Vatican Astronomer to Stay Out of Darwinian Debate

By Hilary White ROME, August 25, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The Vatican has appointed a Jesuit priest to head the Vatican Observatory, Argentine Fr. Jose Funes. The appointment follows the retirement of Fr. George Coyne, another Jesuit astronomer who had vehemently opposed the Catholic Church’s stand on materialist Darwinism. Father Funes, speaking to Catholic News Service, the official news outlet of the US Bishops Conference, denied that Fr. Coyne had been removed by the Vatican for his opposition to Catholic teaching. Funes put the change down to personnel changes being made by Pope Benedict XVI, a pope widely considered to be […]
News
 • 

US Condemns Beijing for Farcical Trial of Blind Activist Who Exposed Forced Abortion

By Peter J. Smith WASHINGTON, D.C., August 25, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The United States has condemned China for imprisoning a blind Chinese activist who exposed the forcing of sterilizations and abortions on villagers in accord with the Communist government’s one-child policy. According to AFP, the US State Department described the recent conviction of Chen Guangcheng, 34, as part of a larger attempt to curtail individual rights. Chen faces four years and three months in prison for “willfully damaging property and organizing a mob to disturb traffic”; charges which the State Department called “highly questionable”. Many believe yesterday’s conviction of Chen […]
News
 •