Day Gardner of the National Black Pro-Life Union Comments on The Supreme Court's Rulings that Neither Blacks nor the Pre-born are'Fully Human'

Contact: Day Gardner, President, National Black Pro-Life Union, 202-834-0844, dgardner@NBPLU.comMEDIA ADVISORY, Mar. 6 /Christian Newswire/ -- Day Gardner, president of the National Black Pro-Life Union submits this statement regarding the anniversary of the decision of the Supreme Court/Dred Scott Case:One hundred and fifty seven years ago today Dred Scott, a black slave, petitioned the Supreme for his freedom, but was denied. In the case known as the Dred Scott decision, the Supreme Source: NBPLU

Arlen Spector: it’s time for him to go

It’s time to get rid of Senator Arlen Spector. The 79 year old Pennsylvania Senator has lost any connection he might have had with his constituents by casting two abhorrent votes in the United States Senate in the last few weeks. 

Care Net Applauds Dobson for Championing the Work of Pregnancy Centers

Contact: Kristin Hansen, Care Net, 703-554-8742LANSDOWNE, Va., March 2 /Christian Newswire/ -- Care Net President Melinda Delahoyde issued the following statement in response to news that Dr. James C. Dobson has stepped down as board chair of Focus on the Family, the organization he founded 32 years ago:"Throughout his career at Focus on the Family, Dr. James Dobson has been a hero to countless unborn lives. He has encouraged and comforted listeners facing tough life issues. He has m Source: Care Net

Supreme Court Concurs with The American Legion's Stand on Public Monuments

Contact: Craig Roberts, 202-263-2982, 202-406-0887 cell; Joe March, 317-630-1253, 317-748-1926 cell; both with The American Legion WASHINGTON, Feb. 26 /Christian Newswire/ -- A ruling announced this week by the U.S. Supreme Court gives weight to an argument by The American Legion against the placing of public monuments that could threaten the sanctity of veterans memorials. Justices ruled unanimously that an obscure religious group cannot use a"free speech&q Source: American Legion

The United States Supreme Court Upholds the Public Display of the Ten Commandments in Public Parks

Contact: Brandi Swindell, 208-867-1307WASHINGTON, Feb. 25 /Christian Newswire/ -- In a landmark 9-0 decision, the Court ruled the City of Pleasant Grove, Utah does not have to remove a Ten Commandments display from a public park.This paves the way for states, cities and counties to display the Ten Commandments without fear of expensive and massive lawsuits. This includes the City of Boise.The case also affirms the basic position of the Keep the Commandments Coalition in their fight t Source: Gen Life

Will the Real Monkey Stand Up!

Contact: Ermias Alemayehu, 213-804-1872, info@bondaction.org LOS ANGELES, Feb. 23 /Christian Newswire/ -- Rev. Al Sharpton and NAACP President Benjamin Jealous--outraged over a New York Post cartoon which they claim is"racist"and that the NAACP chief says is an invitation to assassinate President Barack Obama, are calling for a boycott of The Post. Sharpton also wants the FCC to investigate the parent company News Corp. and look into its hiring practices. The Pos Source: Brotherhood Organization of a New Destiny (BOND)

California Democrats have it wrong!

As a native Californian, I am deeply disappointed that California Democratic legislators have yet to learn from the mistakes made by our last Governor, Gray Davis, not too long ago. You may remember. Back then, California, had another budget deficit ($10 billion dollars) and Davis was ‘fired’ by the people (in a recall initiative) for his ineptitude.

Obama's Ass't AG nominee, Ogden, friend of pornographers not the family

When it comes to the selection of the President’s new assistant Attorney General nominee, David Ogden, pornographers and other smut peddlers will have no problem expressing their glee by reciting the quote made famous by Mr. Obama himself, a “change we can believe in.”




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