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Christian Student Defends Crucifixion in College Class and is Suspended (March 27, 2017) reports that:
A student at Rollins College has said he was suspended for challenging his Muslim professor over a claim they made that Jesus was
NOT crucified. Twenty-year-old Marshall Polston, a sophomore at the Florida-based college, said that the professor of his Middle
Eastern Humanities class also told students that Jesus’ disciples did not believe he was God.
“Honestly, it reminded me of some of the more radical groups I researched when abroad,” Polston told the Central Florida Post
about his professor’s comments on Jesus. “Whether religious or not, I believe even those with limited knowledge of Christianity can
agree that according to the text, Jesus was crucified and his followers did believe he was divine… that he was ‘God,’” he continued.
“Regardless, to assert the contrary as academic fact is not supported by the evidence.”
“Our university should be a place where free-speech flashes and ideas can be spoken of without punishment or fear of retribution,”
Polston told The College Fix. “In my case it was the total opposite. … I came forward with the story because I know so many other
students like me suffer under today’s liberal academic elite.”
There seems to be a link between liberal passivism and Muslim academics. It’s good to see Christian students refusing to be brainwashed
by professors in liberal colleges.

Link Between Breast Cancer and Abortion in Older Black Women (March 27, 2017) reports that:
…a Vancouver researcher is asserting that a recent surge in breast cancer cases among older African-American women is the
downstream effect of legalizing abortion in the U.S. with the 1973 Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade.
Brent Rooney, a tireless amateur numbers cruncher and advocate for full disclosure of abortion’s impact, claims that the story
behind breast cancer’s rising incidence rate among America’s older black women is the story of abortion’s rise among the same
group two generations ago.
Much of his case is based on recent studies by Harvard Professor David Williams, but Rooney readily admits that Williams himself
favors a more politically correct explanation. “He blames it on social conditions, the effects of discrimination,” Rooney told
What did the study find?
Williams’ 2016 study on breast cancer in the U.S. found that “black women had a death rate for breast cancer that was more than
twice as high as the rate for whites at ages 35 to 44, was 70 percent higher at the ages 45 to 54, and was 50 percent higher at the
ages of 55 to 64 years.
Williams’ findings contrast sharply with those of the 1990s when older black women experienced a significantly lower breast cancer
rate than Caucasian women. While Williams blames the relative increase on social conditions, Rooney points to the sudden surge in
abortions among black women after 1973. It was much sharper than it was among white women. American black women continue
to have abortions at four times the rate of Caucasian women.
Evidence is mounting that a woman’s “right to choose”, which feminists insist is a legitimate right, may not be the best choice for a
woman after all.

Physician Assisted Suicide Bill Dies in Hawaii (March 28, 2017) reports that:
A bill that would have permitted physician-assisted suicide in Hawaii has been unanimously deferred by a House committee
following hours of what has been described as “intense debate.
S.B. 1129, also known as the “Medical Aid in Dying” bill, initially passed the Senate on March 7, with only three votes of opposition.
But the bill did not see as much support once it advanced to the House Health Committee on Thursday.
The Committee, led by Rep. Della Au Bellati, D-Honolulu, expressed concern about the wording of the legislation and said that it
might not contain enough safeguards against abuse.”
One patient testified that if he had chosen to end his life when given a terminal diagnosis he would not be here today:
Earlier this month, Sen. Breene Harimoto, who had been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer two years ago, shared his emotional
story of survival in urging lawmakers to vote against the bill.
“I broke down and cried, thinking that I would die soon,” he recalled of the diagnosis, bringing tears to the eyes of some of those
present. “I’m sure that if I chose not to suffer through surgeries, chemo and radiation, I would have been given just a few months to
“But after much prayer, my wife and I decided to have faith. I chose to fight for my life with every ounce of energy I had,” Harimoto
explained, noting that his cancer is now in remission.”
Safeguards to protect abuse were lacking in the bill:
Our job is to consider a full range of policy options and consequences, and base our decisions on data and evidence. We must
balance the right to choose with protecting those who are most vulnerable,” Belatti wrote. “There must be a broader discussion
about safeguards and oversight to this ‘aid in dying’ proposal.”
Another victory for human life in the midst of a culture dedicated to death!!

United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley Condemns Iran Deal (March 28, 2017) reports that:
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley blasted former President Barack Obama's Iran Nuclear Deal on Monday during a
question and answer session at the annual American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) conference.
"At the U.N., what is the attitude about the enforcement of the Iran Deal and how to hold Iran accountable, most importantly how
to hold Iran accountable for the deal and for the threats it's posing?" Dan Senor, a former adviser to President George W. Bush and
the moderator for the conference, asked.
"It's concerning, and the reason it's concerning is because when the Iran Deal took place, all it did was empower Iran and it
empowered Russia," Haley said. "And it emboldened Iran to feel like they could get away with more."
Sanctions should have never been removed:
“You can put sanctions on a country. To take sanctions away, it's very hard to go back and put sanctions back on, so what we have
said is we are going to watch them like a hawk. We are going to make sure that every single thing they do is watched, processed,
and dealt with," Haley added.
Haley added that she was concerned there was a "lot of love" for the Iran Deal in the U.N. Security Council, calling the situation
"Why that was ever allowed to go through, why that was ever passed is beyond me. I mean, it's terrible," Haley said.
The current administration must get rid of this blight as soon as possible.





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