An Army veteran in Wisconsin will be allowed to display an American flag until Memorial Day, but the symbol honoring his service in Iraq and Kosovo must come down next Tuesday, his wife told FoxNews.com.
Dawn Price, 27, of Oshkosh, Wis., said she received a call from officials at Midwest Realty Management early Wednesday indicating that she and her husband, Charlie, would be allowed to continue flying the American flag they’ve had in their window for months through the holiday weekend. The couple had previously been told they had to remove the flag by Saturday or face eviction due to a company policy that bans the display of flags, banners and political or religious materials.
We spotted that Mike Huckabee and Chuck Colson were wearing Life Bands on this recent program.
"If Kagan is confirmed, how will she affect the Court?"
I know I’m not.
I believe in you Oklahoma.
And now a break from the regular scheduled programming…
I love this story of hope and persevering prayer. My prayer is that churches in communities all across the nation will set their sights on a goal like this.
In a blog post entitled It’s Easy to be Anti-Choice the Abortion Gang try to take the moral high ground by explaining that abortion is a hard but "right" decision:
It’s not easy to be pro-choice. It’s not because we’re wrong to be pro-choice (as I covered in a previous post, we’re not, and it’s nothing to be ashamed of), but let’s face it, abortion is a surgery, or at the very least a medical procedure. There’s nothing warm and fuzzy about a drug addict opting to have an abortion rather than have a baby addicted to cocaine, born with brain damage, and to a mother unable to care for her – just cold, hard, reality and pragmatism…
Finally some somewhat fair journalism.
The abortion industry will stop at nothing…
And death threats are not the reason.
I pray. In fact, I have given myself over to the idea that God does answer prayer and that intercession can change the course of history. But let me be honest with you… sometimes believing for the ending of abortion in America can be difficult. That’s not to say I have stopped believing or have been devastated by doubts, no. It simply means some days are harder than others. A sentiment, I think, everyone can agree with.
In praying for the ending of abortion and for just and righteous leaders I have often felt the burn of misplaced hope. As well as desires left unfulfilled. It seems like whenever I have a good idea of how God could bring down the abortion industry… nothing happens. Or the exact opposite happens.
Facing defeats and setbacks is something everyone has to live with and learn from but when you believe God to do the impossible and know that he is fully able to do whatever he wants to do, you can become hurt by not "seeing" results.
I have bordered on the line of anger at God for not "responding" in a manner befitting him. That is to say, they way I think he should.
However, in my bout with anger God taught me a few things. Some knowledge that I hope will help you as you pray for the ending of abortion.
This is just plain awesome:
Marie Boswell expected to get the latest information about the status of her unborn child from her physician. In a rare ultrasound picture showing her baby giving her a thumbs up, she got a progress report from the baby boy himself.
Bosworth was stunned by the ultrasound photo of her 20-week-old unborn baby giving her the popular sign when everything’s all right.