Monthly Archives: April 2011


On February 29,2000, the Houston Chronicle ran a story about a 37 year-old bull-rider named Johnny Chavez.  It painted a picture of commitment and determination.  When he arrived to compete at the Houston Rodeo that same month, he was recovering … Continue reading

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Charles Plumb, a US Naval Academy graduate who flew jets in the Vietnam War was shot down by a surface- to- air missile. He ejected and parachuted into the jungle where the Viet Cong captured him and held him as … Continue reading

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Not a Surprise

According to Catholic News Agency, the 2011-2012 school calendar published by a branch of the European Union has omitted all references to Christian holidays. However, the same calendar has kept its references to prominent Jewish, Hindu, and Muslim holidays. The … Continue reading

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True Love Waits

“True Love Waits” is a sexual abstinence movement for teenagers that is making a difference. Statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Health Statistics point out that a growing number of teenagers and young adults … Continue reading

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The Boycott Continues

The American Family Association said in the April 2011 issue of the AFA Journal that almost 327,000 people have joined their boycott of The Home Depot over the company’s promotion of same-sex marriage and other aspects of the homosexual agenda. … Continue reading

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