A Patriot or a Traitor?

Edward Snowden, a 29-year-old former CIA employee who has been working with an intelligence contractor, revealed himself to be the source of reports about the government’s mass monitoring of telephones and the internet. After the jump, read about the cloak-and-dagger details from the perspective of the reporter to whom he leaked the classified information.

Do you consider him to be a traitor for giving aid and comfort to the enemy by disrupting a major anti-terrorism program?  Or do you consider him to be a patriot for exposing major threats to constitutional principles and American liberties? [Read more...]

Religion and crime

The worst criminals tend to be very religious.  In fact, they often use religion to rationalize their misdeeds.  Of course, in doing so, their theology is horrendous.  Nicholas C. DiDonato reports on some research that studied  How criminals use religion to justify their crimes.  Details after the jump. [Read more...]

Terrorist murder updates

Officials have learned that the dead Boston Marathon bomber was involved in an earlier triple homicide.  His accomplice in that murder confessed under questioning but attacked interrogators with a knife, whereupon he was killed.  In the meantime, two men in London assaulted and beheaded an off-duty soldier while shouting jihadist slogans.  They filmed themselves and declared to the viewing public that “you will never be safe.” [Read more...]

Abortionist to get life in prison

Kermit Gosnell, the abortionist found guilty of murder, will not be executed.  He agreed not to appeal his conviction in exchange for a life sentence. [Read more...]

Abortionist convicted of first degree murder

After 10 days of deliberation, the jury found abortionist Kermit Gosnell guilty of capital murder for killing babies a few moments after they were born, as opposed to his usual practice of killing them a few moments before they were born, which is legal. [Read more...]

Court martial for evangelism?

How persecution begins:

The Pentagon has released a statement confirming that soldiers could be prosecuted for promoting their faith: “Religious proselytization is not permitted within the Department of Defense…Court martials and non-judicial punishments are decided on a case-by-case basis…”. [Read more...]


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