Challenging pornography, one step at a time

May 6, 2008 by

For our US readers – something small, but practical and significant You have an unprecedented opportunity to take a stand with 47 national pro-family leaders against hotel-room pornography. In less than two weeks—May 14—I will be joining other pro-family leaders to meet with Marriott International officials to urge them to stop offering in-room porn. This is the first time a major hotel chain has agreed to meet with us on this issue. Currently, Marriott offers open access to video pornographic materials in their hotel rooms. Pornography is highly addictive and extremely destructive. In the “secrecy” of a hotel room, pornography can be especially dangerous because it creates a sexualized climate that puts men, women and children at risk. I believe Marriott—which presents itself as a family friendly hotel chain—cannot in good conscious continue to peddle pornography in their hotel rooms. But I need your help! The meeting with Marriott...

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The Face of Intolerance: Lesbian Riot Shuts Down Sorba Speech at Smith College

May 3, 2008 by

From Americans for Truth Beware lesbians with frying pans (if you care about free speech). Lesbian activists at Smith College stormed the “Born Gay Hoax” talk by Ryan Sorba, shutting it down. Lesbian activists at Smith College just couldn’t stand by and let a young critic explain his views about the supposed innateness of homosexuality — so they stormed Ryan Sorba’s speech on the “Born Gay Hoax” and forced him to end it prematurely. Thus they decided for everyone in the room — supporters, foes, the curious and the undecided — whether Sorba’s arguments would be heard. Stalin would be proud. Brian Camenker, Amy Contrada and the dedicated folks at have captured the totalitarian episode on film for the world to see. Kudos to MassResistance for once again chronicling the anti-democratic antics of the “gay” Left for the record. It is absolutely shameful that Smith College and Massachusetts...

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Good News is no news in Nnewi!

Apr 3, 2008 by

Editor’s note:  Bishop Martyn Minns represented CANA at the Church of Nigeria’s Standing Committee which met March 26–29 in southeast Nigeria.  Jesus proved you can do a lot in three days, and that’s what this Standing Committee did:  amongst other things, they approved 19 new dioceses (with seed money in the bank!), they reported that GAFCON expenses for all 100+ bishops from Nigeria have been paid-in-full, and they announced that the Church of Nigeria — the largest province in the Anglican Communion — no longer needs dioceses to support the national province operations, but wants dioceses to redirect their former assessments to church planting!  Read about it here: Good News Is No News in Nnewi! by the Rt. Rev’d Martyn Minns A funny thing happened in Nnewi, Nigeria, last week. (Nnewi is a bustling city in southeast Nigeria.) Archbishop Peter Akinola presided over a remarkable meeting of the Standing...

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