Friday, July 6, 2012
9:25 am edt
Beginning in the 1960s, a lot of Americans
began trying to drive God out of our society — out of our schools, out of the media, out of our government institutions
and the public square. Could these be some of the results?
TOWN MURDER RATE SURGES – A new FBI report notes an alarming new trend,
an “18.3 percent jump in murder in cities with populations of less than 10,000.”
AMERICAN FAMILY SEES PLUNGING NET WORTH — A new
Fed report notes devastating financial news for American families. “The net worth of the American family has fallen
to its lowest level in two decades, according to government data released Monday, driven by a more than 40 percent drop in
their stakes in their homes,” reports the Washington Post. “The Federal Reserve’s detailed survey of consumer
finances showed families’ median wealth plunged from $126,400 in 2007 to $77,300 in 2010 — a 39 percent decline.
That put them on par with median wealth in 1992.
CANNIBALISM —The Drudge Report and media outlets across the U.S. have been dominated in recent weeks by
stories of six different instances of cannibalistic acts, some here in America and some around the world. “Miami police
shot and killed Rudy Eugene, 31, on May 26 after he refused to stop eating another man’s face,”
ABORTION – Since 1973,
Americans have aborted more than 53 million babies. Before long, we will reach the point where the U.S. will have murdered
ten times more human beings than the Nazis murdered during the Holocaust. And if that were not bad enough, last month President
Obama and 168 Congressmen decided to go on the record in support of sex-selection abortions
COURT: GOV'T INTERESTS TRUMP RELIGIOUS BELIEFS - Alliance
Defense Fund (ADF) will appeal a ruling that a young Christian couple who owns a photography business in New Mexico violated
the rights of a lesbian couple by declining to handle their same-gender "commitment ceremony."In 2006, Elane Photography of Albuquerque politely refused to photograph the ceremony -- prompting a complaint to the
New Mexico Human Rights Commission that business owners Elaine and Jon Huguenin discriminated based on sexual orientation.
After a one-day trial, the Commission ordered in April 2008 that the Huguenins pay more than $6,000 in costs. On
Monday the New Mexico Court of Appeals upheld the ruling by the Commission that the Huguenins were guilty of "sexual
orientation" discrimination under state anti-discrimination laws.