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May 31, 2005

Washington Post Confirms Felt Was 'Deep Throat'

Woodward, Bernstein and Bradlee Reveal Former FBI Official as Secret Watergate Source One of the great mysteries of American politics came to an end today after Bob Woodward confirmed the identity of his Watergate Source, known as "Deep Throat". The Washington Post today confirmed that W. Mark Felt, a former...
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Ex-FBI Official, Felt, Claims to be Watergate's 'Deep Throat'

According to Vanity Fair, a former FBI official claims he was "Deep Throat," the anonymous source who leaked secrets about President Nixon's Watergate coverup to The Washington Post. W. Mark Felt, 91, who was second-in-command at the FBI in the early 1970s, kept the secret even from his family until...
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May 30, 2005

Adult Stem Cell Breakthrough Ignored by Media and Politicians

Although adult stem cell research continues to produce concrete therapeutic applications and has shown feasibility in the treatment of most major diseases, media attention has been dismal. Instead, overtly positive articles focus on embryonic stem cell research, which requires the destruction of a human life.

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May 28, 2005

Forced Abortion Still A Reality in China Says New Amnesty Report

LifeSiteNews reports that China has continued its policy of forced abortions. LONDON, England., May 27, 2005 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Amnesty International, the well known human rights group, has issued its 2005 Amnesty International report which again shows China's continuing abuse of women due to the one-child policy. Successive reports indicating such...
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May 27, 2005

Aborted Babies Sold for Beauty Treatments?

Joseph Farah of WorldNetDaily has published an editorial that exposes the practice of peddaling aborted babies in the former Soviet republics:In Ukraine and other former Soviet republics, women are being paid about $200 to have abortions and turn over their dead babies, which, in turn, are sold for over $9,000...
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May 26, 2005

Muslim Activists, Italian Government Persecute Critic Oriana Fallaci

"If you are a Westerner and you say that your civilization is superior, the most developed that this planet has ever seen, you go to the stake. But if you are a son of Allah or one of their collaborationists and you say that Islam has always been a superior...
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May 25, 2005

Another Umbilical Cord Stem Cell Successful Application

Doctors have successfully treated babies with a usually fatal genetic disorder of the brain by using stem-cell transplants from umbilical-cord blood. The successes, reported Thursday in The New England Journal of Medicine, offer hope for victims of a host of rare diseases brought on by genetic flaws that cause specific...
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May 24, 2005

Bush calls embryonic stem cell research the deliberate destruction of a human

President Bush made the right decision and took a public stand by again promised to veto legislation that would fund embryonic stem cell research using federal tax dollars. "The deliberate destruction of unique living self-integrated human persons is not some incidental tangent of embryonic stem cell research. It is the...
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After Supporting Genocide in Darfur, China Pledges Peace Keeping Troops for Sudan

During his recent visit to China, Sudanese Foreign Minister Mustafa Othman Ismail emphasized Sudan’s interest in economic co-operation with the country and obtained China’s agreement to expand into more areas and raise its level of financing. In addition, Ismail said China has promised to join the United Nations peace-keeping force...
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May 23, 2005

Delays and Complications in Darfur, Sudan

The genocide in Darfur began more than two years ago. Since then, more than 400,000 people have died and the international community has yet to take any concrete action toward stopping the violence or helping the nearly 2 million displaced return to their destroyed villages and resume semi-normal lives. And...
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May 21, 2005

Star Wars Episode III -- Revenge of the Sith Grosses $50 Million

The final chapter of the George Lucas' Star Wars epic just set a record for the biggest one-day box office ticket sales. CNN reports that "Star Wars: Episode III -- Revenge of the Sith" took in a whopping $50 million in its first 24 hours in North American theaters, shattering...
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Near Record Heat in Phoenix

Ok ... now is not a good time to visit the Phoenix area.Tomorrow: Sunny skies. Near record high temperatures. High 112F. Winds SW at 5 to 10 mph.Right now it is 106F....
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Terror in Africa: Radical Islam in Nigeria

CBN reports that radical Muslims are trying to create the first Taliban-style nation on the African continent (HT: Black Kettle):A group calling themselves al-Sunnah Wal Jama'ah, an Arabic name meaning "Followers of Mohammed's Teachings", have carried out a series of deadly attacks in the Nigerian states of Yobe and Borno...
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May 20, 2005

Building Hope Among the Ruins of Zimbabwe

The epicenter of hell is Britain, and the Queen or King in power at the moment is the Devil. This comprehensive indictment summarises the message of the vitriolic new book produced by the Zimbabwe government in its all-out determination to win the parliamentary elections due on March 31st. This "election"...
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The Evangelical Reformed Presbyterian Church

I received the following press release regarding the formation of another presbyterian denomination. Despite the vague "concerns" that are apparently the basis for the formation of this denomination, neither the Orthodox Presbyterian Church nor the Presbyterian Church in America have accepted any false expressions of the Gospel. New Denomination to...
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Britains Clone a Human Embryo

Scientists at Newcastle University have cloned a human embryo for the first time in Britain, a breakthrough that they hope will eventually lead to successful treatments for degenerative diseases such as Parkinson's and Alzheimer's. The scientists announced their important advance as South Korean researchers revealed landmark stem cell research that...
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May 19, 2005

Eugenics in America

State Secret: Thousands Secretly Sterilized ABC News reports that thousands of people were secretly sterilized by the state between 1929 and 1974. From the early 1900s to the 1970s, some 65,000 men and women were sterilized in this country, many without their knowledge, as part of a government eugenics program...
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May 18, 2005

Embryonic Stem Cells not Needed with Alternatives says President’s Council on Bioethics

Here is an informative article by LifeSiteNews: WASHINGTON, May 16, 2005 (LifeSiteNews.com) - The President’s Council on Bioethics, the body that advises President Bush on issues related to cloning, stem cell research and the new reproductive technologies, has issued a report suggesting that stem cells may not have to be...
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May 16, 2005

Newsweek Retracts Koran Desecration Story

Newsweek on Monday retracted a report that claimed U.S. interrogators at Guantanamo Bay had desecrated the Koran, which triggered days of rioting in Afghanistan and other countries in which at least 16 people were killed. - more...
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Genocide in Sudan - The Darfur Collection

The people of Sudan have suffered considerably in plain view of the international community. Save Darfur reports that 400,000 people have died in Dafur following the inception of the conflict two years ago. According to the Washington-based Coalition for International Justice (CIJ), 140,000 people have been killed by Sudanese government...
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Cancer Treatment Success Stuns Scientists

No one could have been more surprised than the doctors themselves. They were just hoping to relieve the symptoms of a deadly blood disorder — and ended up treating the disease itself. In nearly half of the people who took the experimental drug, the cancer became undetectable. Specialists said Revlimid...
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Whitehouse Reacts to Newsweek Koran Blunder

Michelle Malkin covered the admitted mistake by Newsweek which provoked rioting in Afghanistan and led to the deaths of more than a dozen individual. The White House reacted strongly to the story:WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The White House said on Monday that a Newsweek report based on an anonymous source had...
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German Spam Worm Floods Email Inboxes

During the last two days I've received a flood of messages in German that were somewhat bewildering. I assumed they were spam and found the explanation in today's news:E-mail users perplexed by the barrage of German-language spam waiting in their inboxes Monday morning can point the finger of blame at...
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May 12, 2005

Buy a Ford (Mustang)

Ford Motor Co. chairman and chief executive Bill Ford said Thursday he will forego all compensation until the company, whose credit rating was downgraded to "junk" last week, is sustaining profitability. At the company's 50th annual shareholders meeting, Ford told about 50 shareholders that he has asked Ford's compensation committee...
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May 11, 2005

Newt and Hillary Unite ?

Longtime political foes Newt Gingrich and Hillary Rodham Clinton joined cheerfully Wednesday to promote legislation on health care changes, joking that some might view it as a sign of a soon-to-come doomsday. [more]...
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May 9, 2005

Budget Surplus Follows Tax Cuts

The Treasury Department this week reported there would be a $54 billion swing from projected deficit to surplus in the April-to-June quarter, after an unanticipated gush of tax payments poured into the Treasury before the April 15 deadline. That prompted private forecasters to lower their deficit projections for the fiscal...
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May 5, 2005

Silent Witness : The Untold Story of Terri Schiavo's Death

... by Mark Fuhrman is scheduled to be released June 28, 2005. However, you can order it today: Silent Witness : The Untold Story of Terri Schiavo's Death...
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Doctor who treated herself at South Pole describes ordeal

An amazing story about a doctor who diagnosed and treated herself for breast cancer while stationed at the South Pole:After diagnosing herself with breast cancer, "I thought I might die before I got off this place," she said. With the help of a welder and a maintenance man, Nielsen performed...
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May 2, 2005

Adult Stem Cells Restore Eyesight

Another successful therapeutic application of adult stem cells has been reported and involves a pioneering new treatment shown to restore eyesight. The Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead, developed the treatment over the past five years and has successfully helped 40 people see again. The procedure uses stem cells taken from...
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Stay-At-Home Moms Deserve High Pay

I couldn’t agree more with the sentiment behind the recent study that concluded stay-at-home moms should earn six figure incomes for the hours they work and the duties they perform. "The importance of this calculation or this estimate is just calling attention to the fact that being a stay-at-home mom...
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May 1, 2005

State Rules Church in China

The practice of religion is only allowed in China under "state-supervision" and in churches that reject outside sources of leadership. The arrangement places the humanistic government as the ultimate source of authority and power (i.e., god) and those who choose to seek God are often arrested, harassed and tortured for...
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