Despite the fact that Christmas is right around the corner, the news doesn’t take a holiday. This was proven as Vic presented details on these and numerous other stories:
--Young school children at a school in Alabama will be able to sing the Christmas hymn, Silent Night, despite legal threat.
--Nancy Pelosi said that extended unemployment benefits would add 600,000 jobs to the American economy.
--U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder is allegedly working with an A.C.O.R.N. connected group to stop voter I.D. laws.
--U.S. Capitol Christmas tree includes an ornament paying homage to President Barack Obama but no ornament paying homage to Jesus.
--Planned Parenthood requires teen applicants to attend a homosexual pride parade if they are to work for the organization.
--House members not allowed to use the phrases “Merry Christmas” or “Happy New Year”, in any mail sent to constituents this year.
--Planned Parenthood president says that GOP hopeful Mitt Romney was once a friend of the organization.
--Retired American Family Radio President, Don Wildmon, throws his support behind Newt Gingrich as the GOP candidate of choice for the 2012 election.
--An Iranian pastor who’s been under a death sentence for being a Christian will remain in prison at least 4 more months and possibly up to a year according to conflicting reports.
American Family Radio