The hand of God in the Battle of Britain

Sep 15, 2019 by

by Peter Simpson, The Conservative Woman: TODAY is Battle of Britain Day. Would that it held a greater prominence in our national life. Let us consider why commemoration of this battle is so important. The aerial conflict known as the Battle of Britain had been raging since July 10, 1940, but a particularly severe and crucial push was made by the Luftwaffe on September 15, when the German bombers had more fighter support than ever before. Goering was hoping that this enormous wave of bombing...

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Genital mutilation on the NHS

Sep 15, 2019 by

by Ann Farmer, The Conservative Woman: THE NHS is setting up support centres for victims of female genital mutilation. Eight walk-in centres where women aged over 18 ‘will be offered expert care’ are to be located in Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds and five London boroughs: Brent, Waltham Forest, Croydon, Hammersmith and Tower Hamlets. Understandably, victims of the practice have told the BBC that they welcome these new facilities, which they see as ‘a way forward’ that would allow women to ‘speak...

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Girls must bow to trans rights in new rules for schools

Sep 15, 2019 by

by Nicholas Hellen and Sian Griffiths, The Times: Male pupils who choose to change gender will be allowed to use female changing rooms, a leaked document reveals. New guidelines on transgender pupils for primary and secondary schools in England and Wales have been criticised for “ignoring the rights of girls”. The confidential draft document from the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC), seen by The Sunday Times, is expected to be introduced in October. It seeks to protect not only...

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Pinch Yourself: New York City Walks Back LGBT Counseling Gag Rule

Sep 15, 2019 by

by Cathy Ruse, The Stream: The LGBT movement has asked for the repeal of its favorite new law in New York City. In a public statement on Thursday, the Speaker of the City Council agreed. Why? Because free speech matters. And elections have consequences. Sweeping Speech Bans In 2017 the City Council passed a law that punishes counselors who engage in LGBT-related speech from a certain viewpoint — the viewpoint of a patient seeking to overcoming unwanted transgender feelings or same-sex...

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Christian MP facing deselection over abortion vote

Sep 14, 2019 by

by Marcus Jones, Premier: A Christian SNP fears she could soon be out of a job because of her views on abortion. Reports suggest Dr Lisa Cameron is the only Scottish Nationalist Party (SNP) MP who has not been approved to stand in the next general election, expected later this year. The MP says activists in the party who disagreed with her decision to vote against lifting Northern Ireland’s abortion ban are behind the decision. According to The Times, SNP members have been asked to vote...

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The Prepolitical Core of Identity Politics

Sep 14, 2019 by

by Rick Plasterer, Juicy Ecumenism: Social commentator and author Mary Eberstadt discussed her most recent book, Primal Scream: How the Sexual Revolution Created Identity Politics, at the Catholic Information Center on September 4. She began by noting that her earlier book, Adam and Eve after the Pill, examined from empirical evidence “the paradoxical outcomes” of the sexual revolution. It considered the condition of “a humanity thrown into radical new forms of living.” Her subsequent How the...

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Daleiden reveals to court his horror of finding that ‘live beating’ hearts of aborted babies were for sale

Sep 14, 2019 by

by Lianne Laurence, LifeSite: In his first-ever time in the witness stand, pro-life advocate David Daleiden testified to the disturbing details in the fetal organ harvesting industry that led him to embark on an undercover investigation of the gruesome practice. Daleiden and Sandra Merritt are charged with 15 felony counts of illegal recording of confidential communications in connection with undercover videos the Center for Medical Progress released in 2015 that provide evidence of Planned...

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Anglican Unscripted 533 – Therefore go and Virtual Signal

Sep 14, 2019 by

Among the topics for discussion by the trio this week are Euthanasia, the Archbishop of Canterbury’s tour of India with the harmful ramifications, along with a wider discussion on paying reparation for historical events; falling (and rising) numbers in The Episcopal Church and the resurrection of the Falls Church. 

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Our Children Our Faith Our Rights: NO TO LGBT Lessons

Sep 14, 2019 by

PETITION from Change.org: OCOFOR is a movement that is fighting to protect the rights of people of faith to peacefully live out their beliefs according to the Holy Bible (a book that dates back more than 2000 years) in the UK without fear of persecution or prejudice especially as it relates to the LGBTQ agenda currently in full swing. It appears that in the process of liberating the LGBTQ community, the rights of Christians who chose to live according to biblical views and other religious...

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Welby’s India Trip Proves to be Major Miscalculation in Ecclesiastical Diplomacy

Sep 13, 2019 by

by David W Virtue, Virtueonline: If there is one single reason why Justin Welby should step down as the leader of some 80 million Anglicans, it would be his recent disastrous trip to the subcontinent of India. He dropped the ball by failing miserably to address the real issues that bewail Indian Anglicans, namely vast financial corruption by its bishops and the open persecution of Christians. He virtue-signaled over a 100-year old slaughter of unarmed Indian civilians where Indian Christians...

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