Friday, March 12, 2010

March 12, 2010 - Washington, DC

Obama silent about Christian massacre / President drops everything to lead march of folly / Ten Commandments Weekend Resolution introduced/ House comes to a grinding halt / Democrat leaders admit they want abortion funding and dump Stupak / Obama Care vote in House next week / Atheist fails to ditch National Motto/ Jihad Jane on a mission / What would Clinton do?/ Daily Islamic victim count
NEW MARCH CHAIRMAN'S REPORT NOW ONLINE- The March 3, 2010 Chairman's Report is now available online in PDF format. This issue contains information on persecuted Christians in Pakistan and Iraq. How Congress really works and why it doesn't. Click here for PDF version.
NOTHING HAPPENED IN NIGERIA? - Journalists counted more than 500 bodies of Christians after a bloody attack by Muslims in central Nigeria. One mass grave in Dogo Na Hawa contains 332 Christians who were buried on Monday according to the Nigerian Red Cross. Although Nigeria is half Christian, it has a Muslim president. Officially the government police claim that only 109 died and say it was a reprisal for Muslim cattle being killed in January. Actually there were more than 300 Christians killed in January in the same area. President Obama has no comment on the massacre of Christians. Instead he is preparing for a trip to Muslim Indonesia where he is expected to make another speech thanking Islam for its great contributions to civilization.  
OBAMA'S MARCH OF FOLLY - Everything is being ignored at the White House to concentrate on forcing the Democrat Party controlled Congress to pass Obama Care. The threat of Iranian nukes has been forgotten, our allies are ignored, and the unemployment situation goes to the back of the bus. Obama has even delayed his apology tour to Indonesia by three days to concentrate on talking to members of his own party in the House to vote for Obama Care. Two highly regarded Democrat pollsters had this to say in the Washington Post: "Their blind persistence in the face of reality threatens to turn this political march of folly into an electoral rout in November." Read more of their op-ed.
TEN COMMANDMENTS RESOLUTION COMING - The language for the new Ten Commandments Weekend resolution has been completed and was filed by Congressman Paul Broun (R-GA) today. Ron Wexler of the Ten Commandments Commission and I have been working with various congressional offices for weeks to prepare a resolution. Ten Commandments Weekend is the first weekend in May and will coincide with the May Day 2010, a day of repentance and prayer to be held at the Lincoln Memorial. Please contact your congressman and ask for his support  
HOUSE AT A DEAD STOP - Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi has canceled virtually all committee hearings to have her "team" work full time in getting the votes for taking over one sixth of the American economy with Obama Care. Not even in war time has the entire process of the House been nearly shut down to work on one bill. Democrats have over a forty seat majority and it is her own party that seems not to want to go along with her "march of folly" toward the cliff. Meanwhile the nation's business is being ignored.
"WE WANT PAID ABORTIONS" - Pro-life Democrat Bart Stupak, (D-MI) was told by committee Chairman Waxman that the leadership does want to fund abortion in a national health care plan. On a radio show Stupak recited a conversation between the two men: "I gave him the language. He came back a little while later and said, 'But we want to pay for abortions.' I said, 'Mr. Chairman, that's -- we disagree. We don't do it now, we're not going to start.' "'But we think (we) should,'" Stupak said Waxman told him. Read more

Speaker Polosi now thinks she has bought off enough congressmen to pass Obama Care without Stupak and his pro-lifers. She is scheduling a vote for next week.

VICTORY FOR "IN GOD WE TRUST" - The decision by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, which ruled that the national motto, "In God We Trust," does not violate the U.S. Constitution, is a victory in the fight to halt the continuing destruction of our nation's religious heritage. This is a victory to savor considering the far left tendencies of the Court. Atheist Michael Newdow who brought the suit against the national motto, also lost a previous court battle against the words "under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance. The Pledge case remains in that Court.  
JIHAD JANE - A Pennsylvania woman known to authorities as "JihadJane" was charged in federal court this week with using the Internet to recruit jihadist fighters. She seemed obsessed with killing Lars Vilks, the Swedish cartoonist who drew the cartoon of Mohammed that caused riots in many parts of the Muslim world. Read more on Jihad Jane. Meanwhile seven more people were also arrested in Ireland for plotting to kill Lars Vilks. Great story on this in the London Times.
NEW MARCH CHAIRMAN'S REPORT NOW ONLINE- The March 3, 2010 Chairman's Report is now available online in PDF format. This issue contains information on persecuted Christians in Pakistan and Iraq. How Congress really works and why it doesn't. Click here for PDF version.

CHRISTIANS SLAUGHTERED IN NIGERIA -The Muslims came in the middle of the night and fired guns into the air. When the women and children ran from their homes they were slaughtered with machetes. Pregnant women, children and infants were not spared. President Bill Clinton sprang into action and bombed Christian Serbia for weeks when less was done to Muslims in that nation. Eventually, a part of Christian Serbia was taken to provide an independent Muslim nation in Europe. But, when Christians are massacred there seems not to be much interest in Washington, DC. Read more  
ISLAMIC TERROR COUNT - In the last seven days Islamic terror attacks (that we know about) have killed in the following countries: Iraq 59, Lebanon 1, Nigar 5, Nigeria 528, Pakistan 61, Somalia 46, Thailand 5, and Yemen 2. More were injured than killed. For more details go to
IRAQI REFUGEES NEED HELP - Please help Iraqi Christian refugees with a tax deductible gift in 2010. All contributions posted online this week will go to assist Iraqi Christian refugees in Jordan and Syria. Please contribute at or at the Iraqi Refugee Project page at Face book.

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