Sunday, May 6, 2012

SUNDAY EDITION (4): "One News Now" WEEK-IN-REVIEW May 6, 2012 Iyyar 14, 5772

Paper Dream

Holding on to Holder

Archived Perspectives

James Lambert smallIt can't be a coincidence that Hollywood is going with a communist sympathizer to play the part of Nancy Reagan in an upcoming movie.

Bryan Fischer smallMitt Romney is a politician rather than a statesman. While he won't do the right thing out of political conviction, he will do the right thing out of political convenience.

Robert Knight smallBarack Obama's bookThe Audacity of Hopegave us a number of clues as to how he would govern based on his worldview. We can't say we weren't warned.

Chuck Colson: The Great Encourager
After Easter, a milquetoast Jesus?

Msg to moms: Stay the course
Respond like mates - not like parents

Media frenzy triggered by threat of dinosaurian aliens
Feathered dinosaur too big to fly

Successful people get back up!
Unity is the key in money, marriage

Grieving loss
Fighting fair

Israeli flag tinyA Presbyterian leader, through years of study and prayer, has developed a deep theological understanding of -- as well as a deep love for -- the People of the Book.

TV television video tinyFamily loyalty, integrity and honesty, an admirable work ethic -- those are the themes that resound throughout the latest title in the Walmart/P&G Family Movie Night series.

9-11 defendants ignore judge at Guantanamo hearing

GUANTANAMO BAY NAVAL BASE, Cuba - The second attempt to prosecute the self-proclaimed mastermind of the Sept. 11 attacks and four men accused of helping orchestrate the plot got off to a rough start, with the defendants disrupting their arraignment and forcing the proceedings to drag on late into the night.


Billy Graham backs NC marriage amendment

Rev. Billy Graham is urging North Carolina voters to support a proposed amendment to the state constitution banning same-gender "marriage."

Idaho RU-486 case watched closely

There are odd twists in a case involving an Idaho woman who had been accused of self-aborting with RU-486.

Arizona says NO to Planned Parenthood

PHOENIX  — Gov. Jan Brewer on Friday signed into law a bill to cut off Planned Parenthood's access to taxpayer money.


Recent poll results (Apr. 30 - May 4, 2012)

See the results from our poll questions last week. 

Conservative Methodists victorious on 'gay' issues

As United Methodists wrapped up their gathering in Tampa, delegates to the General Conference dealt with issues related to how the church deals with homosexuality.

Churches vote to change affiliation

Two Presbyterian congregations in Mississippi have voted to split from the Presbyterian Church USA to affiliate with the more conservative Evangelical Presbyterian Church.

Civil unions bill advances in Colorado

DENVER - A bill to allow civil unions for gay couples in Colorado must survive two more votes in the Republican-led House before it gets to the governor's desk.

Bringing 'compliance' philosophy into focus

A coalition of clergy, theologians, and scientists is weighing in on comments from a recently resigned administrator for the Environmental Protection Agency.

GA bill grand step toward protecting unborn life

Georgia Governor Nathan Deal has signed a fetal pain bill, which will drastically reduce abortions in the state.

KS Senate honors chaplain ahead of retirement

The Kansas Senate has honored its longtime chaplain, who's known for using humor and rhymed verse in his daily prayers, and concluding them with the words, "I pray in the name of Jesus Christ. Amen."

Canadian artist puts focus on stewardship

Contemporary Christian songwriter and singer Dan Macaulay has released his latest CD, titled From You, For You.

The week's top stories (Apr. 30 - May 4, 2012)

See which stories were most popular on our website over the last week.

U.S., China forge tentative deal on Chen

The U.S. and China forged the outlines of a deal Friday to end a diplomatic standoff over legal activist Chen Guangcheng that would let him travel to the U.S. with his family for a university fellowship.


U.S. botched initial deal re: Chen (AP video report)

Judge: TX can't cut funds to Planned Parenthood

A federal appeals judge says Texas cannot ban Planned Parenthood from receiving state funds.

Nov. elections chance to 'fumigate' corrupt DOJ

poll vote button 2A former Justice Department attorney says it would make little difference if Attorney General Eric Holder were replaced. Anyone who replace Holder, he says, would be "just as radical, just as corrupt, just as leftist."

WH criticized at prayer observance

The Obama administration is being accused of shirking its constitutional responsibility to enforce the laws.

Groupon now for Playboy?

An anti-pornography organization that has been leading a national boycott of a Groupon says it appears the online deals company has doubled down on its support of porn.

Romney wanted 'gay' spokesman to stay on the job

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney says he wanted Richard Grenell, an openly homosexual spokesman who resigned from his campaign this week, to stay on.

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Anger, sighs as 9-11 families watch terror hearing
Israeli leader expected to declare early elections
France votes in presidential run-off election
2 bodies found in Miss. amid search for mom, girls
Doolittle's Raiders recall daring WW II mission

Tampa another Dearborn?
Prediction: Egypt to be led by Muslim Brotherhood
'Gift' for Muslim couples = proper wife beatings?
9-11 was the rule, not the exception
States must choose -- sharia or Constitution?

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