Annotations & Elucidations Hope For Hollywood?
Almost all the news today is national in scope, and much of that is about culture. It appears now that the same-sex marriage drive in the Northeast has stalled. Starting with Maine's decisive ballot victory November 3 (another conservative victory that historic night almost unnoticed by the media), now the legislatures in New York and New Jersey have ground to a crawl their moves to put the issue to a vote. In the nation's capital, however, the city council there most certainly will approve a same-sex marriage measure. But a reluctant hero is emerging in Catholic Archbishop Donald W. Wuerl, who is telling the D.C. government that if you force this immorality on my faith, you can forget about Catholic Charities' help. The liberal hysteria is amazing.
In another battle in the culture war, Virginian Lisa Miller has been ordered, incredibly, by a Vermont judge, to cede full custody of her daughter to her former lesbian lover. Meanwhile, Pastor Rick Warren asks liberals if they think abortion is so bad it should be "rare," why not ban it?
In other news, the global warming hoax scandal is shedding still more light on the motives and evil mentality of its perpetrators (celebrating a man's death, for example) and we see a school without God. Yesterday, we posted a link to an article about Angelina Jolie calling President Obama a "socialist." Today, we find one about Sandra Bullock's "blessing to meet a Christian," (the woman she portrays in her hit movie Blind Side). Who knows? Maybe there's hope for Hollywood yet.
Jan. 12 Va. Senate elections to fill Cuccinelli, Stolle seats (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
Marshall to propose 'healthcare freedom' constitutional amendment (Washington Post Virginia Politics Blog)
GOP in 5th District to meet, choose route for '10 election (Roanoke Times)
Gay marriage vote stalls in N.J., N.Y. (Washington Times)
Lisa Miller Ordered to Hand Custody of Daughter to Former Lesbian Lover (LifeSiteNews.com)
D.C. Council poised to legalize same-sex marriage (Washington Post)
Archbishop takes a reluctant turn in the spotlight (Washington Post)
Sandra Bullock: A blessing to meet, portray a real Christian (OneNewsNow.com)
E-mail reveal more than global-warming scam (OneNewsNow.com)
Tax increases may stall healthcare vote (OneNewsNow.com)
Long, bitter debate ahead in health care bill (AP/OneNewsNow.com)
Huckabee's White House hopes hurt by commutation (Washington Times)
Global Warming Hypocrisy (Matt Friedeman/Rightly Concerned Blog)
A School Without God (David P. Smith/Rightly Concerned Blog)