Tag: justice

Walmart, Unions, and Un-Fair Labor Practices

[The other day I was mildly annoyed by an email I got from Care2 asking me to sign a petition against Wal-Mart. Coincidentally, I recently had a conversation with a good buddy of mine about Wal-Mart, unions, and related topics. WhenI got the Care2 email, I forwarded it it to him and asked if he’d …

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Consistent Life Ethic

On Friday, CNN published a brief article describing the differences between John F. Kennedy and John F. Kerry in the eyes of Catholic voters. The moral of the story is pretty obvious at this point. Namely, more observant Catholics favored Bush by 13 points because of his conservative stances on social issues like abortion. What …

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Crimethink?

A couple weeks ago I heard about 11 Christians who were arrested while peacefully protesting Outfest in Philadelphia. I waited for a few MSM outlets to report it, but they didn’t. Here are two WorldNetDaily articles about it. I wish I had some less obviously conservative sources. Any suggestions? 11 Christians arrested at homosexual event …

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Nail 'Em to the Wall

Justice! Judge awards $1 billion in spam lawsuit A federal judge has awarded an Internet service provider more than $1 billion in what is believed to be the largest judgment ever against spammers.

Unnatural Disasters

Blogicus reminds us that the Khartoum regime of Sudan has killed almost 400,000 civilians. That’s about half of the death toll from the genocide in Rwanda. The deaths caused by the tsunamis – a natural disaster – happened nearly instantly in comparison to these murders. We can’t stop nature’s wrath, but we should have done …

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