Saturday, November 04, 2006

The Amazing Comeback of Stockwell Day

Rising Stock: The amazing comeback of Stockwell Day
LAWRENCE MARTIN
The Globe and Mail
POSTED ON 04/11/06

... Today, the same Stockwell Day is one of the lead performers in the Stephen Harper cabinet. He has his respect back. He has his power restored. The guy we loved to ridicule is Minister of Public Safety, charged with keeping the great north safe and free from the terrorist hordes ...

Homosexuality Damaging To the Young

Summer camp for gay teens urged
4-day program aims to boost self esteem
Fri Nov 3 2006
By Gabrielle Giroday

... According to an oft-cited 1997 Canadian Medical Association Journal article, gay and lesbian youth account for a third of all youth suicides and are two to three times more likely than straight youth to commit suicide. Other studies suggest up to 30 to 40 per cent of all runaway youth also identify as gay or lesbian ...

Friday, November 03, 2006

'Southern Baptist Sissies’ Homosexual-Themed Movie Planned

'Southern Baptist Sissies’ homosexual-themed movie planned
By Gregory Tomlin
Nov 2, 2006

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--“Southern Baptist Sissies,” a fictional theatrical production about four homosexual men raised in Southern Baptist churches, will soon become a motion picture, Baptist Press has learned. Production on the film will begin in the summer of 2007, according to the author of the play and the film’s producer, Del Shores ...

Saudi Arabian Orgies Blamed on Western Culture

Orgies in Wahabi Saudi Arabia: Western culture blamed
Special to World Tribune.com
GEOSTRATEGY-DIRECT.COM
Thursday, November 2, 2006

Known as a modest and pious man, Saudi King Abdullah has been hearing steady reports of a sharp decline in morals in his country ... Al Shelabi said his centre has received reports of wife swapping, of husbands pressuring wives to sleep with their friends and of orgies. He said these requests reflect the influence of Western culture, easily accessible on satellite television or the Internet ...

More Evidence of Canada's Troubled Medical System

29% of us can't find a GP
'Inaccessible'; Quebecers with no MD almost double national average
AARON DERFEL
The Gazette
Friday, November 03, 2006

Twenty-nine per cent of Quebecers can't find a family doctor - almost
twice the national average, a new survey shows. The Decima poll, commissioned by the College of Family Physicians of Canada, paints a bleaker picture of primary care in the country than a survey made public in June by Statistics Canada ...

'A Shocking Menagerie of Genetically Modified Animals'

Supercow and pigs that glow at night - an average day on the GM farm
Last updated at 16:33pm on 2nd November 2006

Channel 4 is to unveil a shocking menagerie of genetically modified
animals in a new show revealing the frightening leaps technology has
taken.

Among the bizarre engineered creatures from around the world is a giant
cow, three times the size of ordinary cattle, reared without fat to
produce gallons of milk ...

Records Indicate Concealed Abortion-Related Crimes

Abortion records reveal cases of suspected child rape, incest
Kansas attorney general wins battle over files that may conceal felonies
Posted: November 2, 2006
1:00 a.m. Eastern
By Bob Unruh
© 2006 WorldNetDaily.com

The attorney general in Kansas has won his courtroom battle over the
medical records for dozens of abortions in his state, and says the
documents appear to have concealed cases of child rape, illegal late-term
abortion, rape by force or fear, incest, child sexual abuse and other
crimes ...

UN Corruption Probe 'At Full Throttle'

U.N. Corruption Probe 'At Full Throttle'
- By EDITH M. LEDERER, Associated Press Writer
Friday, November 3, 2006

(11-03) 02:22 PST UNITED NATIONS, (AP) -- A day after a senior U.N. official was indicted on bribery charges, the United Nations management chief said Thursday an investigation into corruption was "at full throttle" and he urged anyone with relevant information to cooperate ...

Google 'Will Keep Tabs on Us All'

Google 'will be able to keep tabs on us all'
Alexi Mostrous and Rob Evans
Friday November 3, 2006
The Guardian

The internet will hold so much digital data in five years that it will be
possible to find out what an individual was doing at a specific time and
place, an expert said yesterday ...

Some Gays Seek Out the HIV Virus

(Scroll to page 24 of the PDF file for the article, "Testing Positive Intentionally"):

In my clinic, we have a 24-year-old gay male patient who recently tested HIV positive ... the patient was actually overjoyed at his status. Apparently, he wanted to be HIV positive for a long time and he got his wish ...