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Here’s what’s making news around the Christian world

  • Chinese become Christians faster than you can say “In nomine Patris, et Filii, et Spiritu Sancto” (OrthodoxyToday)
  • Emily at AfterAbortion reports that Daily Kos is making anti-life hay because some pro-violence anti-abortionists protested outside an abortion clinic. When will the pro-life side realize that prayer trumps murder?
  • Updates coming . . .

    Man, Curb Your Wife

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    There’s not much to say. Judges have determined, in logical order, the following:

    A. Michael Schiavo is Terri Schiavo’s husband; therefore,
    B. Michael Schiavo is Terri’s legal guardian; therefore,
    C. Michael Schiavo’s desires trump laws of the state and of morality.

    Florida law does not permit the execution of a person in Terri Schiavo’s condition. The judges (like Glenn Reynolds and James Joyner and others) are too cowardly to come out and say, “Look, people, the mentally ill make us kind of sick. Like Dwight Yoakam said in Sling Blade, ‘You know retards and midgets make we physically ill, Linda. I ain’t sayin’ it’s right; it’s just the way I am.'” So the judges return to an earlier day when men were expected to discipline their wives.

    Terri Schiavo had the poor judgement to lose signficant mental capacity. Obviously, that pissed off her husband. He’s simply exercising his rights as master of the house.

    Why didn’t I see this before?

    Seriously, this is a sad day for justice in America. The 14th Amendment no longer applies to the mentally ill.
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    World Magazine: Blogstorm (Corrected Links)

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    World Magazine visits the McCain-Feingold vs. Blogs story and quotes . . . me? 

    World Magazine | World News | Christian Views

    Still, many conservatives are setting aside their dislike of liberal inconsistencies in hopes of allying against potential regulation. “Currently, the limits would hurt conservatives more than it would hurt liberals,” said conservative blogger Bill Hennessy, noting that more conservative blogs exist. “Ultimately, though, the pain is already even; stifling political speech hurts everyone.” Mr. Hennessy told WORLD that his hope lies not with the FEC leaving the internet alone but with an eventual Supreme Court ruling “that the First Amendment trumps McCain-Feingold.”

    Having my name appear in the same article as Michelle Malkin’s and Ed Morrissey’s is an honor. 

    If you think blogs should be protected under the First Amendment to the US Constitution, please sign this online petition.

    In a related story, Joe Gandelman examines the influence and popularity of blogs on Dean’s World.