Jared Loughner, the man who shot Rep. Giffords and 19 others, is an atheist and a pothead who also dabbled in the occult. At just 22 years old, he has a history of drug and alcohol abuse that includes being taken to the hospital for alcohol poisoning. His abuse of drugs caused the military to refuse him. He was described by fellow students as “left-wing” and “out of control.”
The relatively new concept of teaching children sexual abstinence in the past 18 years is being credited with the American teen birth rate hitting a record low in 2009.
According to the National Center for Health Statistics, the birth rate fell to 39.1 births per 1,000 teens in 2009, the lowest level in 70 years! Read MoreAbstinence Credited for Record Low Teen Birth Rate
I remember back in the late ’60s or early ’70s, Germaine Greer and many of her feminist cohorts used to appear on Australian television and “pile on” Christianity as an oppressor of women.
Coming fresh out of the Middle East into the West and knowing how Christian women are lovingly treated in comparison to their Muslim counterparts, I wanted to scream at the television:
Do these people understand that Jesus is the only true liberator of women?
Christmas Day is not celebrated until January 7th in Egypt by Coptic and other Christian denominations. About 130 Christians, including children, will probably remain imprisoned on January 7th, nearly two months after they were arrested when months after 2,000 members of the state security forces attacked their church building. Several people were killed during that attack in which police chanted Islamic war cries tried to tear down the three story building that was under reconstruction. The object of the attack was to prevent the building from being used for Christmas services.
Very religious Americans are the most healthy Americans, especially when compared to nonreligious Americans.
According to a Gallup-Healthways Behavior survey, very religious Americans score a 66.3 compared with 60.6 and 58.3 for those who are moderately religious or nonreligious, respectively.
This analysis, based on more than half a million interviews Read MoreReligion Makes You Healthy, and Wise