UK Hotels Must Switch to Single Rooms Only or Allow Homosexual Sex on Premises

By Hilary White LONDON, July 30, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) – In conflicts over same-sex couples staying in hotels run by religious believers, it is up to the owners to accommodate or close, the government says. In April, the Labour government passed the Sexual Orientation Regulations of the Equality Act 2006, drafted under the supervision of homosexual lobbyists, that make it illegal for Christian and other religious objectors to homosexual behaviour to refuse business to gay clientele. In the case of family owned bed and breakfast establishments, this requirement means that proprietors must allow homosexual partners to stay in the same room […]
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WYD Organizers Will Not Sanction Efforts to Disseminate “Safe-Sex” Information

By John Jalsevac SYDNEY, Australia, July 30, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) – World Youth Day ‘08 organizers have said that they will not co-operate with any efforts to disseminate safe-sex information that contradicts Church teachings on extra-marital sexual relations and contraception to WYD participants, reports the Sydney Morning Herald today. The Herald is reporting the organizers’ stance as a “row” over the safe-sex message, though in the article it is unclear with whom the organizers are having the “row.” According to the Herald the New South Wales Health Minister is preparing a fact sheet for the event, though a spokesman for the […]
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Two Men Arrested for Involvement in Riots Against Chinese One-Child Abortion Terror

By Elizabeth O’Brien BEIJING, July 30, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Two men have been arrested for their participation in massive protests against the one-child policy enforcement that took place in southern China this spring, Reuters reports. According to the Chinese government Xinhua News Agency, the two men referred to as Peng and Li, were arrested for forging government documents and making 400 photocopies in order to incite people to claim a fake “social support fee” refund. According to Reuters, Peng was one of many whom the government forced to pay thousands of yuan for “unapproved” births. According to Xinhua, the court […]
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Schumer says No More Judges for Bush

By Peter J. Smith WASHINGTON, D.C., July 30, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) – President Bush can expect to make no more Supreme Court judicial appointments “except in extraordinary circumstances” according to Senate Judiciary Chairman Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY). “We should reverse the presumption of confirmation. The Supreme Court is dangerously out of balance,” Schumer said Friday at the American Constitution Society convention in Washington. “We cannot afford to see Justice Stevens replaced by another Roberts, or Justice Ginsburg by another Alito.” Schumer and other Democrats fear that another justice like Justice Alito could presage the demise of Roe v. Wade and lead […]
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Russian Youth Group Encourages “More Sex” to Save Motherland from Dwindling Population

By John Jalsevac MOSCOW, Russia, July 30, 2007 (LifeSIteNews.com) – A Russian nationalist youth group is encouraging youth to have more sex in an effort to combat the nation’s devastating demographic crisis, reports the Daily Mail. In a lengthy special report the Daily Mail documents the activities of the Nashi youth movement, which is sponsoring a summer camp attended by some 10,000 Russian youth this summer. Not only are Nashi organizers encouraging the youth to have more sex, but they have designated a special area at the dormitories, the Love Oasis, for young men and women to engage in sexual […]
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Catholic Adoption Agency Will Close Before Giving Children to Homosexual Parents, Bishop States

MOTHERWELL, Scotland, July 30, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The Catholic Bishop of Motherwell, Scotland, Reverend Joseph Devine, stated that a Catholic adoption agency would close rather than comply with the recent UK Sexual Orientation Regulations (SOR) and allow children to be adopted by homosexual couples. Commenting on the possible closing of the Glasgow-based St. Margaret’s Children and Family Care Society, Bishop Devine commented in the Daily Express, “It would be a great loss because Catholic family care agencies have done such wonderful work.” According to the Scotsman, St. Margaret’s presently places 15 to 20 children in new homes each year, provides […]
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