Roundup for Today

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The quote for today:

"Error does not become Truth because it is widely accepted; Truth does not become error, even when it stands alone!"

Christian news you can use –

A new campaign, Abortion Changes You focuses on helping women recover from their experiences with abortion.

Boomer has a great article on security and salvation

Sarah Flashing, of Women of Faith in Culture, discusses the fact that our culture has become sexually desensitized.

On a more encouraging note, pornography is decling compared to Social Media according to Mary Richert of the UK Guardian.

Gianna Jensen is an abortion survivor. Barry remembers what Ronald Reagan said, "I’ve noticed that everybody that is for abortion has already been born."

Jeremy Pierce has a series book on knowledge theory that is excellent.

Newsweek has an interesting article on Joel Osteen and his ministry.


Some news for the political junkies –

Hillary Clinton has also accused the Obama campaign of voter fraud.

Barney Frank talkes about higher taxes.

Eric wants to know if Obama respects anyone.

Is CNN still trying to lower voter turn-out?

Michelle Malkin has more info on Obama’s problems withcredit card donations.

Townhall takes ABC to task for their portrayal of Sarah Palin’s challenge of Joe Biden.

I think spending $150,000 on wardrobe for Sarah Palin is not wise. Jeri Thompson blasts Alan Colmes for his snooty piousness though.

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2 Responses to “Roundup for Today”

  1. Definitely not wise, and certainly not necessary… Michelle Obama was looking much classier and comfortable in her own skin in a $100 dress from the Gap than Sarah or Cindy (whose wore over $600,000 in clothes in jewelry on one day at the Republican convention alone). Yeah, these people are really in touch with Joe Six-Pack…

    Oh, and I’m sure the homeless people that they now claim they’re donating the clothes to after the election (uhhh… if she’s going to buy her own clothes once she’s elected, why didn’t she buy them in the first place? One word: LIAR). would rather have, I don’t know, something that would keep them warm rather than a $75,000 pantsuit.

  2. Oh, and the same hypocrites who blasted John Edwards for getting a $400 haircut paid Sarah Palin’s hairstylist enough in the past four weeks for a few dozen of those…