Entries for August, 2006

New Stanek column on WND: “Babes in Thailand rapists needn’t leave U.S.”

So what if minor girls can’t buy emergency contraceptives without a prescription? Their rapists can. When last week the FDA authorized over-the-counter access of ECs to women 18 and older, it also authorized over-the-counter access to men 18 and older. Why would men buy ECs? Ask them in Thailand, where ECs have been marketed for […]

World Magazine article on Hialeah abortion mill baby murder case

The August 26 edition of World Magazine includes an article chronicling and updating the Hialeah abortion mill baby murder case. Read the entire article, “A child without a choice,” on my page 2 if you can’t access it on World (must subscribe).

Stanek 8-16 column: Breaking news on Hialeah abortion clinic murder case

My WorldNetDaily.com column today reveals breaking news about the baby that witnesses allege was placed kicking and gasping for air in a biohazard bag at an abortion clinic in Hialeah, Florida, on July 20, including: The medical examiner has determined this baby was born alive. The person putting the live baby in a biohazard bag […]

New Stanek column on WND: “Miami – legalized back-alley abortion capital of the US”

Abortion proponents said making abortion legal would stop back-alley abortions. In reality, all legalizing abortion did was make back-alley abortions legal. I’ve previously written about characters like Krishna Rajanna, the fetus-eating abortionist in Kansas, and Rodolfo Finkelstein, the sexual pervert abortionist in Michigan. But now I’ve stumbled on a nest of abortionist snakes in Miami, […]

Will (can?) the real Democrats please stand up?

From today’s NY Times, on Pew Research Center opinion poll findings released Thursday: The real import of these splits within the parties – and the problems they pose for Democrats – becomes apparent only when one seeks out the weight of the differing groups within each party. Moderate and liberal Republicans constitute only 36 percent […]

Clock ticking… Child Custody Protection Act update

Sen. Frist called for unanimous consent once again this morning to send the Child Custody Protection Act to conference (i.e., for Senate reps to meet with House reps to work out agreeable language, since they passed similar but not identical bills). This time, supposedly pro-life Sen. Reid stood up and objected, rather than rabid pro-abort […]

  
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shrewdsnakes_1x-1Then the Pharisees met together to plot how to trap Jesus into saying something for which he could be arrested. They sent some of their disciples, along with the supporters of Herod, to meet with him.

“Teacher,” they said, “we know how honest you are. You teach the way of God truthfully. You are impartial and don’t play favorites. Now tell us what you think about this: Is it right to pay taxes to Caesar or not?”

But Jesus knew their evil motives. “You hypocrites!” he said. “Why are you trying to trap me? Here, show me the coin used for the tax.” When they handed him a Roman coin, he asked, “Whose picture and title are stamped on it?”

Caesar’s,” they replied.

“Well, then,” he said, “give to Caesar what belongs to Caesar, and give to God what belongs to God.”

His reply amazed them, and they went away.

~ Matthew 22:15-22, quoted by Center for Bio-Ethical Reform’s Gregg Cunningham last night in a debate against Abolish Human Abortion’s T. Russell Hunter, “Incrementalism vs Immediatism,” as an example of Jesus’ pragmatism. The Pharisees expected Jesus to oppose the tax, and rightfully so – Jesus owed no one anything, particularly a subservient ruler, nor did the Jews, as chosen children of the true King. But Jesus determined the time was not yet right to exert His authority and trigger the revolution, demonstrating shrewdness, which Cunningham indicated could be applied to the pro-life movement via incrementalism and pragmatic public speech.

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