Flying Pro-Life Dad Tells Teens to Fight the Matrix   Debate on U.S. Federal Marriage Amendment Heating Up on Capitol Hill   Researcher Says Chinese Sexual Revolution Brings Exploitation, Not Liberation   ‘O’Reilly Factor’ Addresses Secular Influence, Apathy of Clergy O’Reilly asked his guests to postulate why members of the clergy have found it so difficult to speak out on America’s great current moral issues of the day. Apparently, a primary concern among pastors, priests, and rabbis is to avoid offending others by speaking out.  If the pastors indeed have the ear of their congregation, they need to hear from their parishioners that they can no longer avoid the great moral issues of our times. Bold believers need to show up at church and school board meetings, object if civic leaders or area businessmen actions are immoral, and interact with the media and other voices in the community that help shape public opinion. We can no longer afford to be uninvolved. The future of this great nation depends on it.   After Geoghan Murder, Are Media Treating Homosexuality Issue Differently?  John Geoghan, a defrocked priest accused of being a serial sexual predator, was murdered on Aug. 23 in the medium-security prison where he was incarcerated in Shirley, Mass.  From the New York Times and the Boston Globe to law-enforcement officials, suddenly the words “gay” and “homosexual” are being used in reference to a priest involved in scandal. It was an “anti-gay,”“gay-bashing” murder, a “hate crime,” motivated by “homophobia.” The coverage has left some wondering: Since when is it okay to talk about the “homosexual factor” in the Church scandals? “The national press and the Boston district attorney did all they could simultaneously to create the higher level of outrage against the Catholic Church without mentioning the fact that it was active homosexual priests, not pedophiles, who were committing most of these crimes,” said Deal Hudson, editor of Crisis magazine. “Now that [Geoghan] has met with a violent death, the story is all about being a homosexual. A homosexual as a victim is news, a homosexual as perpetrator is not.”   Alliance and Tories make major progress in unite-the-right talks   California Bans Spam email, Threatens $1 Million Fines   Study: Tens of thousands of Fla. elementary students skip school regularly,0,7443885.story?coll=sfla-home-headlines   Pro-family Strategy for Weeks Ahead in Canada on Bill C-250 and Same-sex Marriage   TVC APPLAUDS LAWSUIT AGAINST RECENT SIGNING OF HOMOSEXUAL ‘‘MARRIAGE’’ BILL!!! Faces Moral Choice: Does It Support Or Oppose Child Molestation?   U.S. abortion policy closes clinics   Iraqi bishop says media distorts coverage to discredit U.S.-led war


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