30
Mar 15

Celebrate Religious Freedom

Celebrate and remember the Religious Freedom Restoration Act unanimously passed in the House, passed by 97 senators, and signed by Bill Clinton in 1993.

Take a quiet midday prayer break.

Study the Bible, Quran, Sutras, Torah, Scriptures.  Bring your rosaries, prayer beads, shawls, rugs, etc. etc. to the restaurants, cafes, and other suitable social businesses.

‘Out’ your religion!
Prayer Brunch!


27
Mar 15

From the Left:

Harry Reid has announced that he won’t seek office again. Pharmer offers thanks and praise to God.

Too Whacked to Run Again

Too Whacked to run Again

The Boston Herald Slams Obama for trading 5 high ranking Taliban prisoners for a soldier who has been charged with deserting his post, then throwing a big event in the Rose Garden to celebrate.

Nice Job Barack Bergdahl Boston Herald


27
Mar 15

Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act has Leftists Freaking Out!

Most lefties wouldn’t understand the Religious Freedom Restoration Act signed into law by Governor Mike Pence of Indiana.  That doesn’t stop them from melting down over it.

Actually the law is quite limited, and provides an avenue of relief from governmental bullying of private individuals and businesses who live according to a religious moral code.

This act does not protect an employee from the demands of an employer, on the job.  It’s restricted to protecting individuals such as THIS woman from being harassed by rabid state attorney generals or similar government officials or entities.

For example, the law won’t protect a pro-life health professionals from reprisals by their employers, but it could possibly help them to fight persecution from their respective state regulatory boards.


19
Mar 15

What does Hormonal Birth Control Do to the Brain?

A pair of Austrian scientists, Belinda Pletzer and Hubert Kerschbaum have published a provocative article in Frontiers of Neuroscience, asking for more research on the effects of hormonal birth control on the brain.  Of particular interest are the social and behavioral  effects of these hormones when used in younger patients whose brains are still undergoing major development and maturation.

The authors review some studies of feminizing or masculinizing hormone effects upon mood, verbal skills, spatial reasoning, behavior and mate selection,  which collectively could have profound effects on social structures in the long term.  They suggest that any behavioral studies be controlled for the use of hormones by study subjects.  Changes in brain structure caused by the various types of estrogens and progestins used as birth control, vary with the the degree of androgenicity or estrogenicity, and with duration of usage.  Changes in brain development in younger BC users may be more profound, with some expected to be irreversible.

Check the article out HERE.