In this issue: Obama's hatred for domestic energy / Romney the day before his southern defeat / Congressman defends prayer at food pantry / Surprise: The New York Times has a bias against Christianity / Islam: Girl forced to marry rapist commits suicide / In the UK man sentenced to jail for being critical of Islam while UK government says Christians have no right to wear cross in public / Another Christian mother arrested for blasphemy in Pakistan
ROMNEY THE DAY BEFORE ALABAMA - The day before he lost Alabama and Mississippi Mitt Romney said, "Sen. Santorum is at the desperate end of his campaign." Santorum won both states. Fearing a loss in Illinois as well Romney is shifting millions of dollars to buy radio and TV time there. The night of Santorum's win in the south Neal Cavuto on the Fox Business channel had seven Romney apologists in a row to explain how any Santorum victory was actually a Romney victory. It is just a little odd that both the left leaning and right leaning news outlets are pushing Mitt Romney as the GOP candidate.
UK: YEAR IN JAIL FOR ISLAM INSULT - On March 6th, 2012 Darren Conway was sentenced to a year in prison for posting anti-Islamic materials in the window of his ground-floor apartment in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. As the BBC puts it, he was "convicted of a religiously aggravated public order offense for putting anti-Islamic literature in his window." This is Sharia law in action. Read more
UK: CHRISTIANS HAVE NO RIGHT TO WEAR CROSS Christians do not have a right to wear a cross or crucifix openly at work, the British government is to argue in a landmark court case. In a highly significant move, ministers will fight a case at the European Court of Human Rights in which two British women will seek to establish their right to display the cross. It is the first time that the government has been forced to state whether it backs the right of Christians to wear the symbol at work. Read more
PAKISTAN: ANOTHER CHRISTIAN WOMEN ARRESTED FOR BLASPHEMY - A Pakistani Christian woman has been arrested and charged with blasphemy-on the same day that human-rights activists delivered a petition to the UN on behalf of another Pakistani Christian woman who faces the death sentence on blasphemy charges. Read more