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Vote for life

Election Day offers voters clear choices on a variety of important issues. The election will determine whether we as a country continue to head down the road toward European socialism or instead embrace free markets; whether we have a smaller or larger federal government; and whether we embrace a confident foreign policy or continue to […]

My thoughts regarding Election Day

I seriously could not have articulated my thoughts regarding Election Day any better than did Erick Erickson of RedState.com. This is exactly what I’m thinking, except for the fact I know I will be quite upset if Barack Obama wins. I’m only human. That said, I know God is in control. I would get over it. I have been disappointed many times only to look back and say, “Ah, I get it, and I sure am glad I’m not the one running things.” Excerpts from Erick’s post…

I believe Mitt Romney will win on election day….

My world view is pretty simple. I think this world is destined to go to hell in a hand basket by design. I think things are supposed to go to pot. So if Barack Obama wins, I won’t be upset. If Mitt Romney wins, I won’t be running through the streets cheering. I think, either way, it is all part of the design. The world is going down hill. Barack Obama re-elected just gets us down the slippery slope faster in my view. For others, it is Mitt Romney who does.

The coming Chick-fil-A voters

The came in droves seemingly out of nowhere, standing hours in line to quietly cast their vote for traditional marriage by simply buying a chicken sandwich.

Wisconsin: Abortion planes incoming

The Center for Bio-Ethical Reform announced today it will fly 50′ x 100′ aerial billboards displaying photographs of first trimester, ten-week-old aborted babies over Green Bay, Appleton, Oshkosh, Racine and Waukesha, Wisconsin, from November 2 through Election Day, November 6:

Pro-life activist occupies Ohio early voting center

Pro-life activist Richard Justman became more and more disturbed to see only Democrats show up in force after a Columbus, Ohio, Early Voting Center opened for business near his home on October 2.

Finally, at 1 a.m. on Monday, October 22, Justman, unable to sleep, decided to do something about it, he says prompted by the Holy Spirit.

Justman awakened his son and the two drove Justman’s box truck and van and parked them right on the 100-ft yellow line marking the legal distance partisans could appeal to incoming voters, directly in front of the building.

Several pro-life voter guides available for printing, distribution

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 The Catholic Association has released a great “Religious Freedom Voter Guide,” available online with or without TCA’S logo, in case you want to insert your own organization’s logo, and also available without the thumbs and grades if you want to distribute the flyer in your church. For those pdfs email info@thecatholicassociatoin.org.

TCA will also ship flyers to you free, in any amount. It has shipped 1.1 million so far.

FRC Action is also making available for printing its 2012 Values Voter Presidential Voter Guide, which is acceptable for distribution in churches….

Catholic University prof: Voting for Romney will raise abortion rates

Even a professor at Catholic University of America, Stephen Schneck, has proposed the absolutely insane argument that voting for Obama is a good thing because there will be less abortion under him than Romney because Romney’s policies will cause more poverty and therefore more abortions. And this man has a PhD.–and more to the point– […]

Poll: Abortion advocacy hurts Obama in swing states

Up on Drudge now is a link to a Washington Examiner story reporting the results of a new Susan B. Anthony List’s poll, which are:

African-American pastor calls for Christians to leave Democrat Party

It is time for a mass exodus of Christians out of the Democrat Party… My friends, the Democrat Party and their progressive coalition have become anti-God, anti-bible, anti-church, anti-family, anti-marriage, and anti-life. They have turned their backs on Christians. It is time to turn our backs on them. ~ Bishop E. W. Jackson, founder and […]

Mega-church pastor: Evangelicals warming to Romney for 3 big reasons

I had no reason to think that evangelicals would be any more enthused about Mitt Romney than they were about John McCain. But over the last 11 months three developments have changed my mind about Romney’s appeal to evangelical voters. First, many evangelical Christians are incensed by the Obama administration’s relentless assaults on religious freedom…. […]

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by Kelli

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What I have learned in the last 3 years is what to really expect when having a child with Down Syndrome. Someone once gave me a book about what to expect, I read a few chapters and threw it away. I hated it. Most books and pamphlets are so outdated the material is beyond depressing….

Some people still don’t see the beauty in a child like ours….

I have learned there is beauty in “imperfections”. I don’t believe Ollie is one bit imperfect but in the eyes of many she is. There is great beauty in all her God given pieces. Her crooked pinky fingers, the light spots in her eyes, the way she smiles…. Her tiny little heart beat that doesn’t beat quite as it should but it’s healthy – oh that heart beat is precious. The way she smiles with her whole body – I can truly see her smile from the back of her head she wears it so well!

I have learned that God’s plans are always best and in time they always make sense. I have learned that unanswered prayers are often answered – just not as you have requested. I have learned that having a sibling with Down Syndrome doesn’t limit your other children but makes them better, more compassionate, more understanding, more open hearted, more open to the world in general….

Fear is abolished, God has prevailed! Every day I thank the good Lord for that single extra chromosome that has made all the difference!

~ Annie Reid, discussing what she has learned from her daughter Ollie Faith, who was prenatally diagnosed with Down syndrome and is now three years old, The House That Jade Built via NetworkedBlogs.com, April 23

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