Monday, July 25, 2005
Rapture Monday: Child Sex Instruction
The rapture index is unchanged at 150
Interesting tidbit: the French vote against the EU
Constitution somehow downgraded the "Antichrist" category.
It'll be hard to pass an EU Constitution so long as it is
The rest of the news from the Religiously
- Laurie Taylor of Arkansas objects to "child sex
instruction" books in a school
library. You wouldn't want kids to be
able to learn about stuff in school.
- The American Family Association is fighting
hard against a bill that would bar
federal agencies from firing people because they are
gay. The AFA thinks it should be okay to fire
someone for their behavior. If you choose to have
sex, you can be fired. If you choose to walk into a
building with a steeple and a cross on top, you can
be fired. You can always make different
- Pat Robertson talked to God last year and got
the scoop on 2005. Read
how Pat's predictions are doing so far.
- The Australians are supporting
stem cell research while our Congress is writing
laws that would ban human
procreation. The American
Life League helpfully points out that stem cell
research hasn't cured anything yet.
- Just when you thought they couldn't get any crazier,
along comes Ed Klein to claim that Republicans have been unwilling
to attack Hillary Clinton.