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Please Pray for President Bush

Please Pray for President Bush James Risen’s new book State of War: The Secret History of the CIA and the Bush Administration is interesting. The problem is the author has a history of unfairness and bias. Risen is the coauthor of a previous book called Wrath of Angels: The American Abortion Wars whose book proclaimed the "rise and fall of the American anti- abortion movement." The book saidthat the abortion movement won the war. I guess that’s why top Democrats are now claiming to be pro-life or trying to reach out pro-life voters. They are not about to stopping the killing, but want to pretend to be pro-life to get votes. One pro-life reviewer called the book “fiction ”as well as bias “cloak and dagger conspiracy” writing. Another said that it uses “caricature” and unfair “heavy- handed psychological explanations.” Getting back to the war book, the major problem is as one reviewer of State of War , who liked the book on the whole, said: “One major problem with ‘State of Wa

Do Sexual Revolutionaries Control the American Catholic Church?

Do Sexual Revolutionaries Control the American Catholic Church? Catholic journalist Paul Likoudis in his book “Amchurch Comes Out: The U.S. Bishops, Pedophile Scandals and the Homosexual Agenda” presents a case that sexual revolutionaries are to some extent in control of the American Catholic Church. The key theme of the book is the many of the US bishops are sexual revolutionaries with an agenda. Their agenda according to the book includes the use of sex education to promote homosexuality throughout Catholic schools, parishes, colleges, etc. These bishops are doing this despite the simultaneous sex scandals of the past two decades. In fact, they have hastened their promotion of homosexuality. Likoudis said that those who have attempted to expose both the sex scandals and homosexual education, “have been hammered, marginalized, isolated and even excommunicated by their bishops.” The book documents that since the 1950s many bishops’ offices and other top management positions withi