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Paybacks to Planned Parenthood massively increased in 2015-17 biennium Oregon Right to Life In passing HB 3391 this summer, Oregon’s governor, Kate Brown, and legislative Democrats massively expanded taxpayer-funded abortions. The bill was the self-stated top priority of Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon. Suspecting

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Drain Hollywood’s Cesspool Catholic League Revelations about Harvey Weinstein’s predatory behavior should inspire others in Hollywood to come forward. We have known for decades that Hollywood is infested with sexually abusing men in senior positions, but there has been a reluctance to come forward. Weinstein has provide

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Innovative Restaurant Model Serves up Affordable Dining Experience for the Needy The Oregon Optimist A motivated quintet of local community advocates and business owners plans to offer Willamette Valley residents a new dining experience. The group intends to open a for-profit restaurant, dubbed “Food for Thought Cafe and

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Euthanasia Pioneer Having Second Thought Oregon Right to Life  There are red flags. And then there were are really big red flags. Dr. Boudewijn Chabot is considered the patron saint of euthanasia in the Netherlands, which he still supports. But he’s now sounding the alarm that the killing has gone too far. This should be

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Unprecedented Worship Gathering on the National Mall in Washington D.C. Christian Newswire Between October 6-9, 2017, our nation is being called to an unprecedented worship gathering on the National Mall in Washington D.C. The Mall will become a ‘tent-city’ filled with tents representing every state in America.

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CNN backtracks Playboy headline, lessons from Portland By M. Martin Oregon writer All it took was a few hours before CNN pulled their ridiculous headline “Playboy celebrated connection between the sexes” which was chosen to recognize the passing of Playboy founder Hugh Hefner. The headline represents the media attempt t

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The Oregonian Editorial Board Sunday Editorial focused on recent OPB media question of Oregon’s Secretary of State’s view on homosexuality followed by news stories of criticism.  Below is the editorial entitled “Criticize Richardson’s work for legitimate mistakes, not his religious beliefs: Editoria

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Catholic League for Civil and Religious Liberty, Hugh Hefner’s legacy cannot be adequately assessed without addressing the sociological fallout of “The Playboy Philosophy.” Hefner founded Playboy in 1953 and he quickly succeeded in making it an important cultural marker. He rebelled against his conservativ

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Hugh Hefner’s Legacy Christian Newswire Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the passing of Hugh Hefner: Hugh Hefner’s legacy cannot be adequately assessed without addressing the sociological fallout of “The Playboy Philosophy.” Hefner founded Playboy in 1953 and he quickly succeeded in

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By Faith News Note, Three local charities have been recruiting volunteers help for hurricane Harvey in Texas. The first was the Red Cross which held quick volunteer training classes and immediately sent local people into the disaster area to help. The next has been the NW organization, Forward Edge International a Christian

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Football glory shouldn’t mean moral bankruptcy Via Tom Krattenmaker College football fans, your new season has arrived. Here come the parties, the pageantry, the action, and if your team is as good as you hope, some stirring victories and bowl game glory ahead. Sorry to spoil the fun, but are these worth it if your [̷

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Hurricane Maria Leaves Destruction Across the Caribbean, Mission Aviation Fellowship Providing Assistance Chris Burgess, Mission Aviation Fellowship Christian Newswire Hurricane Maria has ripped apart homes and caused destruction across Dominica, Barbuda, and other islands already reeling from the effects of Hurricane Irma

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Child Labor Awareness Message Urges Greater Care for Exploited ‘Precious Ones’ Via Christian Newswire In a part of the world where many children are valued only for the small amount of money they can earn through long hours of hard work, some communities have been reminded of the young ones’ great worth in

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By M. Martin, Oregon writer Last Friday, comedian Jim Gaffigan came to Portland on his Noble Ape comedy tour. He has been called the Pope’s comedian for his role in an opening act for Pope Francis’ Philadelphia visit last year. Gaffigian shared with the Portland audience about that experience. He recounted that he only

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Darren Aronofsky’s relentless God bashing film, Mother!, is record money losing flop By M. Martin Oregon writer, Darren Aronofsky, the director behind the film “Mother!”, is becoming one of Hollywood’s most sacrilegious anti-Christian filmmakers and coincidently just joined the hall of shame as the Mother! Film

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And for your Friday funny. Chainsaw-Wielding Nun Caught No Cam Clearing Debris From Irma    

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Three summer tragedies reveal Oregon’s dark side. By M. Martin Oregon writer As if it weren’t enough to see Oregon’s precious Gorge go up in flames from careless youths; after 18 hours of firefighting, one crew member returned to find his fire station looted. The thieves stole $100,000 worth of goods, including pe

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5 Practical Steps for Seeking Wisdom Through Mentorship by Randy Alcorn Eternal Perspective Ministries  Who are your mentors, the people who are helping you grow in your faith? Proverbs 13:20 says that “Whoever walks with the wise becomes wise, but the companion of fools will suffer harm.”  Sometimes knowing how to fi

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Knights of Columbus Helping in Harvey’s Aftermath, in Preparation for Irma K of C raises $1.3M for flood & storm victims By Joseph Cullen, Knights of Columbus Via Christian Newswire The Knights of Columbus has raised more than $1.3 million for victims of the disastrous flooding in Texas and in preparation to help

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Waiting with the Lord By Leah Ramos West Salem Foursquare Church Waiting with the Lord How lovely is your dwelling place, Lord Almighty! My soul yearns, even faints, for the courts of the Lord; my heart and my flesh cry out for the living God. Even the sparrow has found a home, and the swallow […]

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Kudos To Evangelicals Via Catholic League The Catholic League has a long history of mutual cooperation with evangelical Christians on a host of cultural issues. In that spirit, we condemn the unfair attacks against the statement on marriage, family and sexuality that was signed by more than 150 evangelical leaders following

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Words from an Advocate: Fostering Oregon’s Children Via Oregon Right to Life  “Words alone change nothing. Words connected to your heart can change everything.” We stand in church and sing so many songs whose lyrics speak of giving our lives to God, telling us how in all facets of our existence to submit ourselves to

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Preventing Trafficking, Keeping Children Safe in Cambodia Part 3/3 By Billie Loewen Comment Holt International  Just down the road from Yai lives Pelly and her family. With four children to care for and feed, Pelly used to travel to Thailand to work, making just a few dollars a day tilling and harvesting fields for other [

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Family Research Council Statement on D. James Kennedy Ministries’ Lawsuit Against the Southern Poverty Law Center Via Christian Newswire D. James Kennedy Ministries has filed a lawsuit in an Alabama federal court against the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) alleging “that the SPLC illegally trafficked in false

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Gov. Brown signs HB 3391, making abortion free in Oregon Via Oregon Right to Life Governor Kate Brown signed House Bill 3391 into law, solidifying Oregon’s status as the most radically pro-abortion state in America. Abortions must now be covered 100 percent by all insurance policies, without a copay or deductible. HB 3391

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Preventing Trafficking, Keeping Children Safe in Cambodia Part 2/3 by Billie Loewen Comment Holt International Garment production is booming in Cambodia. Part two of three Nearly 80 percent of Cambodia’s exports are textiles — shoes, clothes, plush toys. And of the 300,000-500,000 people who work in garment factories, 9

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Trump Was Right To Blame Both Sides By President Bill Donohue Catholic League Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the events of Charlottesville and what they mean: President Trump was right to call out the extremists on both sides of the Charlottesville tragedy, but more needs to be said about those on the Le

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By Naomi Inman Oregon Faith Report Whenever a major event in Oregon brings a large influx of out-of-state travelers, an uptick in sex trafficking is now a stark reality. Last week’s Aug. 6 Bend Bulletin warned of increased human trafficking expected during the week of the Aug. 21 solar eclipse, according to Nita Belles, e

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Preventing Trafficking, Keeping Children Safe In Cambodia By Billie Loewen Holt International Part 1 of 3 At 4:30 p.m., the garment factories in southwest Cambodia are letting out for the day. Beyond the fences and gates that surround each giant, metal warehouse, a row of industrial flat-bed trucks wait, some already fillin

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WORDS CAN KILL By Bill Donohue Via Catholic League Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the conviction and sentencing of Michelle Carter for her role in the death of her boyfriend: Michelle Carter has been sentenced to 2 1/2 years in prison for encouraging her boyfriend, Conrad Roy III, to kill himself. Her la

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