The Great Christian Sellout

05/21/2005

Much controversy this week over the approval of judges by the Senate. Republicans say it’s Democratic judicial activism to promote left-wing causes, but has anyone noticed some of the anti- Christian decisions that conservatively-appointed judges are making? Colorado talk show host Bob Enyart (www.kgov.com) has written an open letter to Dr. James Dobson, which is now making the rounds in conservative circles.

Jenny Stokes of Salt Shakers (www.saltshakers.org.au) in Australia joins us next to look at the effects of Victoria’s Racial and Religious Tolerance Act of 2001 three years after it was enacted with special emphasis placed on freedom of speech issues.

Finally we do another Steel on Steel vignette with an anonymous listener to give you an idea of the incredible load state and local fees are placing on taxpayers.

John’s boralogue examines the Culture of Death emerging in the medical profession in the light of a new case in Great Britain, where a man does not want doctors to be able to determine if food and life support should be denied to him rather than state-paid doctors.

 

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