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The Pool of Bethesda

The Pool of Bethesda “Beth hesda” is Hebrew for “House of mercy” Interestingly enough, Bethesda, Maryland is named after the old Bethesda Meeting House, which takes it’s name from the Pool of Bethesda story in the Bible. I used to … Continue reading

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Is Angelina Jolie shilling for genetic bulldozers and psychotropic shopping malls?

“Certainly preemptively lopping off your breasts and changing your odds of getting breast cancer from 87% to 5% must feel like control. I don’t know that it’s brave but it is certainly human and understandable. But something else could easily come around the corner tomorrow and turn her world to rubble. I mean, it would be nice if life’s struggles and tragedies would all announce their likelihood in a medical test but that generally isn’t how it works… Angelina Jolie is a pretty big smoker, too, by the way.” Continue reading

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The Not-So-Silent Scream: The Philly House of Horrors Murder Trial and the Coming Legalization of Infanticide

“PHILADELPHIA — A Delaware woman who worked for Kermit Gosnell testified Tuesday that she was called back to a room at his abortion clinic in Philadelphia to hear one [baby] screaming amid the bodies of aborted babies kept on a shelf.”
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The Health Care Violence Scare

In light of the recent political violence, which has been occasioned by passage of the Democrat’s heath care reform bill, I would like to repeat here something that I said back in October 2009: “Have things gotten so bad in … Continue reading

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