January 24, 2013 (NCRegister) - When I was younger, I was always particularly shocked when I heard about societies where it was common to abandon or kill unwanted newborns. In college I once read a particularly graphic description of a family in ancient Greece "discarding" a newborn baby girl. I was shocked to the point of breathlessness. I was also horribly confused: How could normal people be okay with this, let alone participate in it? Nobody I knew would do that! Were people that different back then?! Read More...
“The Wyoming Family Coalition invites State Legislators and other interested individuals to a showing of the movie “Monumental.” Find out the recipe our forefathers cooked up that resulted in the spectacular success of liberty in the United States. Come discover the “Matrix of Liberty,” that together we may do our part in securing that liberty for ourselves and our posterity.
This outstanding family friendly motion picture will be shown at the Laramie County Public Library (2200 Pioneer Ave) in Cheyenne and is free and open to the public. Show dates are Thursdays at 6:30 pm.
January 24, 2013
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The teenagers who speak in this video belong to http://www.im2moro.org. These young people realize that if they don't stand up and speak out for life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness today, they will be living in a very different America tomorrow.
The story of how a life was saved from forced abortion
It's Not Too Late But We Have To Act
The key is educating and arming our people to recognize, name, and reject wrongdoing, and to support, expect, and demand ethical behavior, both personal and public. Doing the Right Thing explores the ethical and moral breakdown that is hitting culture from all sides. Through panel discussions, interviews, and live student questions, it raises ethical issues in a non-condemning but challenging way, stimulating thought, discussion, and action.
"The penalty good men pay for indifference to public affairs is to be ruled by evil men." - Plato