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Jody
Wed, May. 26th, 2004 04:41 pm

Hey guys, check out my new blog URL:

http://adamantius.net/quo_vadis.htm

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Jody
Fri, May. 7th, 2004 11:55 pm

I just turned on the TV and happened to see this animated series on Spike TV. . . Its like somebody animated me and my friends.

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Jody
Sat, May. 1st, 2004 05:58 pm

Just updated. Here's a selection from "Weddings and Wrong Choices"

Children, undoubtedly, often keep one from doing what one may want to do. With children, travel is limited and more complex. Schedules become more regular and less spontaneous. Time and attention must be concentrated on activities outside of our list of wants and goals. Children interrupt the ideal modern marriage in which both partners want the same things and share the same goals. In short, children inevitably break the modern ideal of shared selfishness.


Read more.

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Jody
Sat, May. 1st, 2004 12:25 pm


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Jody
Sat, May. 1st, 2004 10:35 am

from the Pro--eugenics, genocide, irresponsibility, and simple rudeness Choice march.

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Jody
Sat, May. 1st, 2004 10:23 am

About people who want everything to go their way, even what children they get.


The reasons for the persistence of offspring sex selection, and the exact numbers of pregnancies involved, have been hotly debated since the early 1990s, when the economist Amartya Sen called attention to the phenomenon of "missing women." By some social scientists' measure, more than 100 million females are now missing from the populations of India and China. Mr. Sen and others have argued that sex selection both reflects and reinforces women's low social status, which -- beyond its intrinsic cruelty -- impedes the development of democracy and prosperity in male-skewed nations. Scholars and feminist organizations in both Asia and the West have produced many volumes of often conflicting advice about how to combat the practice.

Now two political scientists have joined the fray with an ominous argument: Offspring sex selection could soon lead to war.

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Jody
Sat, May. 1st, 2004 10:20 am

Liberals in the Church have no agenda? Riiiiiiight. . .. Beware the pseudo-Religious left.

WASHINGTON, April 26, 2004 (LifeSiteNews.com) - While pro-abortion organizers claimed some 1.1 million marchers, police and media estimates put the marchers at last weekend's pro-abortion march at somewhere between 300 and 500 thousand. More than the numbers however, some observers were saddened by the support of mainline Christian church denominations (or at least their leaders) for the anti-life march.

The Episcopal Church, Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), United Methodist Board of Church and Society and the United Methodist Women's Division were all listed as endorsers of the march. The march's organizers included the American Civil Liberties Union, Feminist Majority, NARAL Pro-Choice America , National Organization for Women, and Planned Parenthood Federation of America. Some march events are occurring in the United Methodist Building on Capitol Hill.

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Jody
Sat, May. 1st, 2004 10:17 am

Upset at the growing perception that they are godless degenerates, marchers tried to wrap themselves in religion as much as possible. Planned Parenthood now has a chaplain. And march organizers cobbled together other phony religious fronts for abortion, such as "Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice." "You don't own religion," one speaker said to the "religious reich." A female rabbi appeared on the podium to say that she was "pro-God, pro-choice." The marchers know that God blesses the abortion of unborn children because God is a woman. "I asked God. She's pro-choice," was a popular sign. And they are now theological enough to place Satan on the same ticket as George Bush -- the "Bush/Satan" administration.

Separation-of-church-state advocate Barry Lynn, whom the media insist on calling a "reverend" but is obviously a fraud, also described the protest as a "hallowed space." But though they wanted to turn God into an abortion activist and enlist the support of as many churches and religions as possible -- "Episcopalians for Choice," "This Is What a Jewish Feminist Looks Like" were signs seen in the crowd -- the marchers could not resist certain anti-religious chants. "Tax the church, tax the church" followed the attacks of Kissling and others on the Pope and the Catholic Church.

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Jody
Sat, May. 1st, 2004 10:09 am


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Jody
Sun, Apr. 25th, 2004 10:32 pm


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