Friday, June 26, 2009

News Updates, 6/27-28

Boston Cardinal O'Malley Withdraws Caritas Christi From Potential Abortion Scandal
The following is a statement from American Life League president Judie Brown regarding Boston Cardinal Sean O'Malley's announcement that archdiocese-affiliated Caritas Christi Healthcare has withdrawn ownership of CeltiCare Health Plan. The announcement comes only two days after A.L.L. announced it would launch an investigation into the scandal...

Editorial: Archbishop Weisgerber is Wrong - Vatican Stopped its Donation to UNICEF in 1996Seeking to justify the giving of Catholic monies to groups that do not follow church teaching on abortion and contraception, Archbishop James Weisgerber recently used as an example the Vatican's yearly contribution to UNICEF. Ironically, however, the Winnipeg archbishop, who is currently the head of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB), only managed to disprove his own point, since the Vatican actually halted its yearly donation to UNICEF in 1996, precisely because the organization was found to be promoting abortion and contraception...

The New Catholic Manliness
The Catholic Church makes men...Of such she may also someday make soldiers. — Hilaire Belloc
It is a source of no small irony that, even as radical feminists within and without the Church have railed for two generations against patriarchy and phallocentrism, it can be quite plausibly said that the post-conciliar Church in this country has, for all intents and purposes, been run by women...

Other News

[Another piece of treasonous legislation passed WITHOUT being read!!! It's time for gallows - these criminals are not done stealing from the citizens of the several STATES]

300 pages added to ‘Climate Bill’ at 3:09AM – Rep John Boehner tells it like it is

House Democrats didnt want the American people to understand the true impact of Speaker Pelosi's 1,500-page national energy tax.

So House Republican Leader John Boehner took to the House floor and read portions of it to the American people, explaining how it
would to raise electricity prices, increase gasoline prices, and ship American jobs overseas
to countries like China and India.

House Democrats didnt much like it either, and they tried to shut him down.

But Boehner asked Chairman Henry Waxman (D-CA) and other Democrats: Dont you think the American people expect us to understand whats in the bill before we vote on it?
[Costs go sky high and jobs are lost. Got rope?]

"When plunder becomes a way of life for a group of men living together in society, they create for themselves, in the course of time, a legal system that authorizes it and a moral code that glorifies it."
- Fred Bastiat

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