Monthly Archives: May 2009

Appropriate Discomfort in South Bend

CBR continues to make baby killing the issue at Notre Dame. Those complaining about the impossible to ignore pictures all over South Bend, are the very same people who wish to keep abortion legal.  The logic then is, it is justifiable for abortionists to kill the babies but wrong for CBR to show them.  CBR obviously rejects that “logic”. Gregg Cunningham’s monthly letter for the month of May can be downloaded and viewed here. CBR makes abortion impossible to ignore or trivialize every day all over the world.  That is made possible by individual supporters like you.  Help us save more

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CBR Called “Outside Agitators”

Local paper again:  Now we are “haters” and “outside agitators.”  Hmmm.  That last one has a familiar ring to it.  Didn’t I hear someone else called that in Alabama in the middle 1960s? Read the South Bend Tribune article titled:  ”No harm is done to a cause by listening to the other side” Gregg

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Obama Economic Disaster Looming

CBR regional offices and international affiliates would do well to redouble their efforts in the fundraising and cost reduction realms. The Obama Administration’s economic policies, designed to socialize society under the pretext of mitigating difficult economic circumstances, will almost certainly do economic damage which will be severe, long-lasting and systemic. Much of the rest of the world will also be adversely affected. Out-of-control borrowing and spending will likely give rise to cyclical inflation which could impose stresses not seen in modern times. It will become much more costly for ministries to function and revenues are likely to fall as costs rise.

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Passer-by Pushes Suicide Jumper In South China

“Passer-by pushes suicide jumper in South China,”  AP News, May 23, 2009. Beijing (AP) – Chen Fuchao, a man heavily in debt, had been contemplating suicide on a bridge in southern China for hours when a passer-by came up, shook his hand – and pushed him off the ledge. *** The passer-by, 66-year-old Lai Jiansheng, had been fed up with what he called Chen’s ’selfish activity,’ Xinhua [News Agency] said.  Traffic around the Haizhu bridge in the city of Guangzhou had been backed up for five hours and police had cordoned off the area. ‘I pushed him off because jumpers like

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NY Times Reports on Notre Dame Project

More news from South Bend:  http://www.nytimes.com/2009/05/18/us/politics/18obama.html?pagewanted=1 CBR’s “10 Week Abortion” banner over Notre Dame during commencement weekend.

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