You win some, you lose some and some are still undecided
But the battle goes on! A recap of recent news on the battle front. First the good news:
A Danish Court has vindicated Jyllands-Posten, the newspaper that first printed the "Mohammad (may he be damned eternally!) Cartoons". Remember them? The MSM refused to print them, but brave little papers and much of the blogosphere made them readily available to the world and the jihadist pigs went nuts! If you missed them last year, here they are for your viewing pleasure! The story from Yahoo! News.
Nicaragua is set to ban all abortions. While the modern, enlightened, jacobin republics extend the killing ever further, these poor, benighted Catholics of Nicaragua stand up for the rights of the unborn. May God bless them! The story from the L.A.Times.
Now some of the not so good news:
In "Catholic" Quebec, in violation of the rights of parents to be the "primary educators" of their children (see the "Charter of the Family" for the true teaching on this matter,) the "Ministry of Education has told unlicensed Christian evangelical schools that they must teach Darwin's theory of evolution and sex education or close their doors." How low has Quebec fallen? Ste Anne, pray for Quebec! the story from the National Post.
And, again from Quebec, a "pro-abortion" priest (isn't that a contradiction in terms? It would be, if his Bishop had a backbone!) is running for a seat in the Federal Parliament. Not only is he pro-abort, but he's also pushing the envelope on obedience, since Canon Law prohibits priests from holding civil office. The story from LifeSiteNews.
And in "Catholic" Spain, the Red government has approved a plan whereby children are conceived with a plan for murdering them in the womb so that their tissues may be used to help an incurably ill sibling. I have to wonder if the parents will tell them, "Oh, yes, you had a brother, but we killed him so you could live."? The story from the Irish Examiner.
And one that isn't decided yet:
"Catholic" Portugal is going to try to follow the lead of its sister Iberian State, "Catholic" Spain and "liberalise" its abortion law. Whilst Portugal already allows the murder of the unborn, it does have a fairly restrictive law. The new law would make "abortion on demand" legal through the 10th week of pregnancy. The Church has called on all Catholics to vote "no", of course. Two stories from the International Herald Tribune and the Indian Catholic.