It was time once again for Vic to clear the news wire and pass along numerous news items of interest to Christians:
--The Salina, Kansas, City Commission gave preliminary approval to an ordinance that gives special protection to citizens based upon sexual orientation or gender identity.
--The lewd, Christian hating ABC TV series called GCB has been cancelled.
--A federal government study alleges that it could provide evidence to end the ban on blood donations from gay men.
--Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney says he’s opposed to same-sex marriages but also that same-sex couples have the right to adopt and raise children.
--A 54 year old Nigerian man working as an airport security supervisor was an illegal alien for 20 years as he used the identity of a murder victim. He worked at the airport from which United Airlines flight 93 departed on September 11, 2001, the flight that crashed in a field in Pennsylvania.
--Dozens of faculty and staff at Georgian Christian Academic Institute are resigning over a personal lifestyle statement that requires employees to refrain from alcohol, adultery and homosexuality.
--Rhode Island governor signs an executive order recognizing same-sex marriages conducted in other states.
--Obama puts homosexual marriage front and center on the campaign trail.
--A budget resolution based upon President Obama’s 2013 budget was brought before the U.S. Senate on Wednesday and the senators rejected the plan.
--Homosexuals oppose a push to name a navel vessel after former Navy diver and late San Francisco homosexual icon/activist Harvey Milk.
--Minnesota taxpayers paid for more than 58,000 abortions in 15 years at a cost of over 18 million dollars.
--Ohio bill HB125 (The Heartbeat Bill) is considered by some to be the best chance ever to save most lives. It’s been stalled in the Senate. To comment on this bill, see the contact information below.
--Nancy Pelosi believes conscience protection in regard to protecting chaplains is a fraud.
--The federal government moves quickly to open the skies to drones for commercial as well as government purposes.
--Grand Rapids, Michigan, mayor apologizes for calling pro-life advocates “the forces of darkness.”
To comment on Ohio’s Heartbeat Bill (HB-125) call:
President of the Senate—Tom Niehaus--614-466-8082
President Pro Tempore—Keith Fabor—614-466-7584
Majority Whip—Shannon Jones—614-466-9737
Majority Floor Leader—Tom Patton—614-466-8056