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February 27, 2006

Dr. Henry Morris now with the Lord

Dr. Henry Morris, founder and president emeritus of the Institute for Creation Research and the "father" of the modern creationist movement (especially with The Genesis Flood, which he co-authored in the early 1960s) had in recent days suffered a series of debilitating small strokes, and passed into the presence of...
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February 17, 2006

Stem Cells, Questions and Language

Missouri’s cloning war came to the Capitol on Thursday when two Washington University scientists wrangled over research on early stem cells and the laboratory techniques used to grow them. The Kansas City Star reports the essense of their debate:The conclusion? It comes down to whether you view the cells created...
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February 15, 2006

Mugabe's Economic Reforms Take Hold ...

.... and Zimbabwe inflation soars to 613 percent:Zimbabwe's annual inflation rose to 613.2 percent in January from 585.5 percent in December as housing and food prices raced into the stratosphere. The January rate was near the all time high of 622.8 percent hit during the same period in 2004, official...
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February 14, 2006

Not so graphic after all

The Herald reversed its prior decision to reject pro-life advertisements:After re-examining the ads that were submitted by Will County Right To Life, The Herald News has decided that the ads will be allowed to run should this group decide to do so. For the record, the original decision to not...
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February 10, 2006

Coffee may lower risk of type 2 diabetes

Yes, it's true:Moderate consumption of caffeinated or decaffeinated coffee may lower the risk of type 2 diabetes in middle-aged and younger women, according to a new report. ... In general, higher coffee consumption, both caffeinated and decaffeinated, was associated with a lower risk of type 2 diabetes, the team reports...
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February 9, 2006

Embryo Images too Graphic for Newspaper

CNSNews - A pro-life group in Illinois said a local newspaper refused to publish advertisements featuring sonogram images because executives at the paper considered the ads to be "too graphic." When contacted by Cybercast News Service, the advertising manager of the Joliet-based Herald News did not deny using that...
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Stop the ACLU's One Year Blogiversary

Happy Birthday Stop The ACLU Top Ten Myths of the ACLU: 10. The ACLU is non-partisan: The Truth: Not only were they founded on Communism, they are about as liberal an organization in existence. The public saw first hand in 1988 how the ACLU was involved in politics. “The portrayal...
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Islamic Cartoons

The New York Times decided earlier this week not to reprint the cartoons that have led to widespread violent riots by Muslims. “That seems a reasonable choice for news organizations that usually refrain from gratuitous assaults on religions symbols,” The Times wrote on Feb. 7, 2006. The same editorial Board...
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