Archive for May 21st, 2008

Verbal Assaults Directed at Uniformed [Military] Personnel

Wednesday, May 21st, 2008

This is so incredibly low down and despicable that it defies description.
If one has problems with what the government is doing, then go to the polls and change the leadership. Don’t take it on people who are just obeying orders. They are just like you and me; normal people who are trying to earn a living. They chose to be in the military, a very honorable place to be.
Don’t take out your anger on them!!

Washington D.C.

Dept of Transportation Federal Transit Administration sends:

Recently, there have been local incidents in which military personnel have been verbally assaulted while commuting on the Metro. Uniformed members have been approached by individuals expressing themselves as anti-government, shouting anti-war sentiments, and using racial slurs against minorities.

In one instance, a member was followed onto the platform by an individual who continued to berate her as she exited the
metro station. Thus far, these incidents have occurred in the vicinity of the Reagan National Airport and Eisenhower Ave metro stations on the yellow line, however, military members should be vigilant and aware of their surroundings at all times while in mass transit.

Should you be approached by any individuals expressing anti-government/anti-war sentiments, or any other types of direct verbal assault, immediately notify your local police jurisdiction. If riding metro, exit the train at the next stop, distance yourself from the individual, and notify the Metro Transit Police Department.

For this and any other suspicious activity, NGB personnel are also asked to notify the Pentagon Command Center at (703)697-1001, and the NGB Antiterrorism/Force Protection Officer, MSgt Cyril Charity, at (703)607-2396 or (571)239-1109 (after duty hours).

Here are a few friendly reminders of personal protective measures that can help you to stay safe:

-If possible, do not commute in uniform (military members) -Do not display DoD building passes, “hot cards”, or personal identification in open view outside of the workplace -Do not discuss specifics about your occupation to outside solicitors

-Always try to remain in well lit, well populated train cars if traveling via metro -Be vigilant at all times!

V/R,

National Operations Center

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Abortionists to Surrender Records of Child Rape?

Wednesday, May 21st, 2008

Amid fierce accusations that Planned Parenthood has systematically concealed cases of statutory rape and sexual abuse from authorities, the organization may be required hand over revealing patient records in a precedent-setting case.

Ohio clinic staff are said to have deliberately concealed the statutory rape of a 14-year-old girl abused by her school’s soccer coach. The trainer, age 21, drove the pregnant girl to the Cincinnati abortion clinic after he discovered she was carrying his child.

According to the Alliance Defense Fund, the ADF filed a friend-of-the-court brief with the Ohio Supreme Court Monday. The organization claim the abortion provider frequently fails to notify authorities when underage children have been sexually abused.

“The health and safety of young girls trumps Planned Parenthood’s desire for secrecy,” ADF Senior Legal Counsel Jeff Shafer said. “Ohio law mandates that Planned Parenthood report the sexual abuse of minors, and evidence that may reveal the organization’s violation of that legal obligation may not be hidden.”

ADF is asking the Ohio court to reverse an earlier appellate court decision preventing the girl and her parents from having access to clinic records that may indicate routine cover-up of statutory rape and other sexual abuse.

The child’s parents sued Planned Parenthood when they learned staff performed an abortion on their daughter at the request of her soccer coach without contacting authorities, a requirement in cases of statutory rape. Neither the clinic nor the coach informed the girl’s parents of her abortion or sexual activity.

ADF filed the lawsuit to collect clinic documents that could reveal a history of illegal statutory rape cover-up. A judge ordered Planned Parenthood to release specific records; however, the abortion provider appealed the original decision, and an Ohio appellate court ruled in favor of the clinic. The case is now being heard by the Ohio Supreme Court.

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“How Same-Sex Marriage Points to End of the World” by Janet Folger

Wednesday, May 21st, 2008

What do May 17, 2004, and May 15, 2008, have in common? One judge and a redefinition of marriage against the will of the people.

Both the Massachusetts Superior Court and the California Supreme Court by a one-judge margin redefined what marriage has always been in every culture and every religion for more than 5,000 years of recorded history.

Why does this matter?

As I wrote about in my book, “The Criminalization of Christianity,” Jeffrey Satinover, who holds an M.D. from Princeton and doctorates from Yale, MIT and Harvard, was on my radio program one day and I asked him about where we are in history. He explained that according to the “Babylonian Talmud” – the book of rabbis’ interpretation of the scriptures 1,000 years before Christ, there was only one time in history that reflects where we are right now. There was only one time in history, according to these writings, where men were given in marriage to men, and women given in marriage to women.

Want to venture a guess as to when? No, it wasn’t in Sodom and Gomorrah, although that was my guess. Homosexuality was rampant there, of course, but according to the Talmud, not homosexual “marriage.” What about ancient Greece? Rome? No. Babylon? No again. The one time in history when homosexual “marriage” was practiced was … during the days of Noah. And according to Satinover, that’s what the “Babylonian Talmud” attributes as the final straw that led to the Flood.

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U.S. Commitment to Protect Israel Questioned

Wednesday, May 21st, 2008

Leaders of a pro-Jewish movement within Israel’s Likud Party do not believe President Bush’s recent comment to the Israeli Knesset that the U.S. has an unbreakable bond with Israel.

Manhigut Yehudit — the Jewish Leadership Movement of Likud — listened to the president as he told the Israeli government that Americans believe in Israel’s right to defend itself from extremists and “killers pledged to its destruction.” U.S. director Rob Muchnick says the president cannot make statements like that, and at the same time insist that Israel give up more of its covenant land to create a supposed Palestinian “state.”

“By George Bush pushing this state, he can only be saying one thing: that he wants Israel destroyed,” states Muchnick.

“The land [of Israel] belongs to the Jews — period! We’re not asking America to give Texas back to Mexico. We’re not asking America to give all of America back to the Native American Indians,” he continues. “In Israel, we are the Indians — the Jews are the Indians. So if the American Indians [claimed U.S. land], they raised an army and they took back Arizona, I don’t think anybody would say … it doesn’t really belong to them in the first place.”

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Senate Debating Amnesty … Again

Wednesday, May 21st, 2008

Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-California) has attached a measure to the Iraq spending bill that would award a five-year work visa to an estimated 1.3 million illegal immigrant farm workers and their families. It would also triple the maximum number of H-2B visas for lower skill, non-agricultural seasonal workers. The measure being pushed by Feinstein and her Senate colleague Larry Craig (R-Idaho) has been approved by the Senate Appropriations Committee and will be voted on by the full Senate Wednesday.

Phil Kent with the Immigration Control Foundation says the country does not need more foreign workers coming into the U.S. until its guest worker programs have been reformed.

“The bottom line, especially in the era of 9/11, is we need to know who is here in this country. We currently don’t have that. We need to do border security first,” he argues. “The American people spoke very loudly last summer when we were debating more foreign workers [and] illegal amnesty, and now we’re back to this debate again. Feinstein, of course, [is] a long-time open borders advocate. I think the American people are going to say, again, to both parties: ‘No. Border Security first,'” Kent contends.

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