Thursday, June 25, 2009

News Updates, 6/26

Pro-Life Group Wants Justice Department to Investigate Death Threats, Gets Refusal
A pro-life group is asking the Justice Department to review several death threats it has received in the wake of the shooting of late-term abortion practitioner George Tiller. However, Operation Rescue officials say the Obama administration has not responded...

Dr Edward Peters: The insordescence of Abp. Milingo demands response
Insordescence. It's not a likable word. It's not a likable thing. But Abp. Milingo is insordescent. And he needs to be dealt with.

Pope to Pelosi: Catholics cannot back abortion
'Work in cooperation with all men of goodwill...'

Irish Catholic orders to tell gov't of wealth soon
Next step in making them pay more to thousands of victims

Paraguayan president accused of sexual assault
Ex-bishop allegedly assaulted former housekeeper

Bishops clarify 2002 Catholic-Jewish document
'Ambiguities' continuing to cause confusion
[Really????? Who woulda thought that? How about the truth?]

Polish Catholic survivors recall day Auschwitz began
Holocaust memorials typically disregard Christian victims

St. Therese's astronaut visits the Vatican
American put relics in orbit around the earth

PETA: Pro-lifers 'loathsome' and 'hypocritical'
Animal rights group undecided on killing of unborn babies

Archbishop Milingo slaps Catholics in the face
Schismatic ordained new bishop to anti-celibacy sect

Six priests held prisoner in Sri Lanka refugee camps
Clerics are being kept in solitary confinement

Other Issues

China Calls for World Currency

Climate bill would be 'biggest tax in American history'
The Cap and Tax Fiction
Democrats off-loading economics to pass climate change bill

Waxman-Markey Global Warming Bill: How bad will it be for where you live?
It has become quite clear over the past several months that placing a cap on carbon emission--via rationing, taxing, and eliminating consumer choice--will have major implications for American families and the economy....

Japan to order Citi to suspend some operations
Japanese financial regulators are set to sanction Citigroup Inc. , demanding it suspend some of its business due to overly lax money laundering controls, reports said Friday. Tokyo-traded shares of Citi were down 3.6% following reports....
[Another criminal enterprise in parnership with .gov]

Qantas cancels 15 Dreamliner orders
Qantas Airways has reached an agreement with Boeing Co. to defer the delivery of 15 Boeing 787 Dreamliners by four years and to cancel orders for 15 additional 787s planned for delivery in 2014...

"If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their money, first by inflation and then by deflation, the banks and corporations... will deprive the people of their property until their children will wake up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered."
-Thomas Jefferson, 1802

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