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Why Is The AP Advising All Babies Being Born In Philadelphia, To Look Both Ways Before Po ping Their Head Out?From Newborn & Baby Forum:
Why is the AP advising all babies being born in Philadelphia, to look both ways before piping their head out? Could this warning by the American Academy of Pediatrics be a result of the Police Raid on the New Beginning Abortion Clinic of ABM supporter, Kermit Snell ? The 261 page Grand Jury Report is available with all of it's Horror on Politics Daily.
Answer: Crap like this is happening all over the country, they just caught the guy in Philly. Thank god. This is exactly why abortion needs to lose it's stigma, so women won't have to go to these chop shops.
What Is The Influence Of The Roman Catholic Church Today?From Religion & Spirituality Forum:
What is the influence of the Roman Catholic Church today? What do you think is the influence of the Roman Catholic Church in politics, daily life, education, etc. today? Any links you could give me regarding this subject would be great!
Answer: Hello, smiles o.O: The Catholic Church has more influence than any other religious organization and the Vatican is recognized as a country by the U.N.. Although it does not have voting status there, there are enough Catholic countries to promote Catholic agenda before the world. Bible prophecies describe Rome and although it lost most of it's political influence when Napoleon's general Berthe invaded Rome, disbanded the RC and took the pope captive to France, that wound began to heal. First, in 1801 Napoleon allowed a new pope and the pope corona ted him with the concordat. The RC agreed to not meddle in politics then, thus a Bible prediction fulfilled allowing the Gospel to go to all nations. But Mussolini signed the Lateran Treaty making the Vatican an independent government within Italy. Thus the wound is healing more and more. Currently, the World Council of Churches wants Protestants to unite with Rome to form a One-World Church. It will be a move with good intentions with the goal to eliminate conflicts between religions. They did that in the past and militarily assaulted varying sects of Christianity--that is why God gave 1/2 of the Eastern church to Muslims. For a start, read THE TIME OF THE END, GOD'S FINAL MESSAGE at http://revelado.org/thetimeoftheend.pdf Then THE RISE AND DECLINE OF ISLAM AS PREDICTED IN THE BIBLE at WNW.revelado.org/islam.htm I hope this information helps and take it seriously as we will enter into a "time of trouble such as there never was since there was a nation." Blessings in Jesus, Ben Yeshua
Should All News Casters And Pundits Have A New Requirement Placed On Them?From Politics Forum:
Should all news casters and pundits have a new requirement placed on them? When they are on screen the tag line at the bottom should have their name with a (D) or(R) behind it just like politicians have so people who don't follow politics daily can know their bias.
Answer: The government should not be putting any requirements whatsoever on newscasters and pundits. Besides...think it out....the likely outcome is that most will simply claim they are not biased or of either party (which would entirely defeat the point of your suggested "requirement").
Thesis Statement For A Term Paper About Ancient Greece?From Words & Wordplay Forum:
Thesis Statement for a term paper about ancient greece? I'm writing a paper about ancient Greece. Pretty much just a overview of ancient Greece life. Politics, daily life, religion, government, military and so on. I am just stuck on my Thesis statement and I need a little help please and Thanks
Answer: Ancient Greece Essay example: About 4000 years ago, the original Greeks came from central Europe and settled on the Greek peninsula. In about 1600 BC a great Greek civilization rose up. It was called the Mycenaean. Many of the Mycenaean rulers lived in grand palaces with wall paintings like the ones of earlier times discovered on the Aegean island of Crete. The lords of Mycenae were buried with gold masks that looked like themselves. They also buried some of the personal possessions with them, such as cups, rings, and dagger blades that showed scenes of war and hunting. The Mycenae's honored the strength and courage of lions, and two stone lions still proudly remain above the magnificent gateway of Mycenae. Greece is a country of mountains and small plains. In ancient times in the mountains, herds of goats and mountain sheep were raised for their skins, their wool, and their milk. In the plains, where the soil is rich, the farmers planted grains, grapes for wine, and olives. If the crops did not do well, the farms did not make enough money and that was tough for both the rich and poor people. The rich people could lose their land, since they could not afford to pay for it. The poor people often had to sell themselves or their children as slaves. The Greeks believed that nymphs and spirits lived in their fields and woods. They thought that a nymph called Pan, who was half man and half goat, protected their flocks. If something went wrong with their sheep or cattle, they thought Pan had caused it and that’s why we have the word “panic”. The diet of the Greek people was very simple. They used olive oil for cooking. They hunted wild animals for food and rarely ate the sheep that they raised. The poor people, called peasants, ate mostly barley bread and lots of vegetables. The most common foods that everyone ate were fish, fresh figs, grapes, cheese, and honey. Somewhere in the middle of the eighth century BC, the population of Greece became too large for the island. People in their cities started to look for other places to live. Colonies of Greeks moved to places such as Sicily, Italy and northern Greece. In the cities, people became upset; they wanted their land back. New leaders then rose up and seized power from the rich aristocrats. These new leaders were called tyrants. Eventually, the tyrants also become unpopular and after BC, the idea of Democrat, which our word democracy comes from, began. In Democrat, woman and saves had no vote, but there was freedom of speech and male’s citizens did have a say in government. The people formed an assembly of people to govern their cities and towns. In Athens, even poor Athenians were allowed to speak before the assembly. The Greeks’ right to freedom of speech inspired and encouraged Athenian playwrights, philosophers and historians. Many of those ancient Greek philosophers, historians, and playwrights are still known as some of the greatest writers in history. The Greeks were also outstanding architects and people of Athens built beautiful buildings for public use. One of the most famous buildings was a temple up in the high city, or Acropolis, called the Parthenon. The Greeks have a long history of sports and war. Many of the organized sports of today began in Greece. Greeks in Olympia held huge competitions in all kinds of events such as jumping, discus throwing, horseback riding, chariot racing, boxing, wrestling, and many others. Competition was very fierce and some competitors in certain sports even died. These games were held every four years and Greece is credited being how our modern day Olympic tradition began. Warfare between the Greek states always stopped during these competitions. Over the centuries the Greeks battled each other constantly. In Sparta, at the age of seven, young boy were sent to special camps to train as soldiers. The Spartans were specially fierce and dedicated soldiers. One of the most famous wars was in Greece was between Athens and Sparta. The Greeks also fought people such as Persians, who had conquered some of their colonies. Led by King Alexander of Macedon, also known as Alexander the Great, the Greeks defeated the Persians in several major battles and were able to win control of the entire Persian Empire. After the conquests of Alexander the Great, the Greek civilization quickly spread all over the known world. Today, the ancient Greeks are still known for all the culture, thinking, education, sculptures, architecture, medicine, writing, and science they brought to the entire world. Modern archaeologists continue to try to learn more and discover other facts about the culture that was called “the cradle of western civilization.”
Why Did The GOP Fail To Condemn The Racist Council Of Conservative Citizens?From Politics Forum:
Why did the GOP fail to condemn the racist Council of Conservative Citizens? The Council of Conservative Citizens was the rich man's KKK during the S's. "GOP Halts Bid to Call Group Racist" "The controversy over the St. Louis-based Council of Conservative Citizens, which advocates the preservation of the white race, erupted late last year after Rep. Robert L. Barr Jr. (R-Ga.) spoke to the group. Barr later condemned the organization, as did Lott, who had appeared before the council in 1992 and on at least one other occasion. Leaders of the group have insisted their purpose is to serve as advocates for whites. But the group has promoted on its Web site and in its newspaper writings suggesting integration and intermarriage lead to "mongrelization," and that preservation of the white race is essential if the fundamental values of the United States are to survive." http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/politics/daily/march99/house24.htm
Answer: This coming from a party that honors KKK Byrd; senior senator from W Virginia
Are People Justified In Seeking Revenge Against Those Who Offend Them?From Homework Help Forum:
Are people justified in seeking revenge against those who offend them? I'm looking for concrete details about this. Politics, daily life, short stories, and book examples are prefered Thank You very much. Sincerly... A person stuck on an essay
Answer: Down through history people have sought revenge against those who have insulted or offended them. Just look at the current situation today. Cartoons are drawn, people riot. A book is written, buildings are burned. People seeking revenge when they have been offended are very shallow people. What may offend some, may just be someones opinion. Take what Oprah said on the XML radio broadcast. That really offended me, but am I going to seek revenge against Oprah? Am I calling every radio/TV station demanding money for her offending me? Do you get my point? People today take comments made by others, and to get their 15 minutes of fame, go to extremes. Pick up any newspaper and you will find dozens of stories about people seeking revenge.
Biden Has Stated On Politics Daily That The Democrats Are Headed For More Losses In The Senate For 2012 ?From Elections Forum:
Biden has stated on Politics Daily that the Democrats are headed for more losses in the Senate for 2012 ? Does this also mean that Bi den thinks that Buckwheat is also toast as the Master of Race Baiting for the 2012 Erection ?
Answer: Every now and again Bi den speaks the truth unlike ABM.
What News Source Should I Use For Citing Where I Got News Stories For School?From Media & Journalism Forum:
What news source should I use for citing where I got news stories for school? For school, we have to search for interesting news stories to present and discuss in class. I typically try to use Associated Press stories. How would you guys rank the following news sources by which I should use (most frequently)? ABC News BBC News CBS News CNN "The Laos Angel es Times" National Public Radio NBC News / msnbc "The New York Times" "TIME Magazine" "USA Today"
Answer: I would take the NY Times & the LA Times before any of the television networks or other publications. Television and magazine news is more often than not superficial while newspaper journalism is more exhaustive. No sources are perfect, but if you want credible coverage, you're better off with The Atlantic, The Washington Independent, Democracy Now, The Nation, Foreign Policy, Politics Daily, Reason and the Economist.
How Can You Keep Contact With Other Cultures Without Discriminating Their Culture, The Religion, And Their Vis?From Other - Cultures & Groups Forum:
How can you keep contact with other cultures without discriminating their culture, the religion, and their vis? I need honest answer, no stupid answers please Sorry for the cliffhanger there I meant to say... and their vision of the world? This is for a project and I need answers, I can't find it online
Answer: By getting involved with them of course. You don't think those anthropologists and sociologists spent years learning native languages, and went off living in jungles, with possible cannibal tribes, for a cheap holiday - do you? The first step is knowing the language as that is the greatest barrier. While a guide can help, it's not 100% effective for understanding long term. After that you can research into what is known about the culture and then check if it really is true or bogus. After that you can broach the subject of religion, politics, daily life and worldview. If it's for a project then pick someone who went to live with a tribe. They'll usually go over their preparations before going and their trials while there.
What Do You Think Of These Comments That Nixon Made About Jews?From Politics Forum:
What do you think of these comments that Nixon made about Jews? http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/politics/daily/oct99/nixon6.htm http://www.slate.com/id/1003783
Answer: Nixon was a smart guy. But not especially lovable.
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