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Some Things Said… (March 07) (3)

No laws against web pornography Thanks to the federal courts in Philadelphia and the Supreme Court, more than a decade has now passed since Congress first acted to protect children from Internet pornography, and there are still no enforceable laws that require persons who commercially distribute pornography on the Internet to take reasonable steps to restrict children's access to the material. --Robert Peters, as found at 3.26.07 and submitted by Muriel McConnon.
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Some Things Said… (March 07) (2)

Homosexuals Less Than 2% of Population Says Report Released Today Philadelphia, Mar. 23 /Standard Newswire/ -- According to two researchers, the largest random sex survey ever conducted has reported that only 1.4% of adults engaged in homosexual behavior. Analyzing a 2003 Canadian Community survey of 121,300 adults, Drs. Paul and Kirk Cameron told attendees of the Eastern Psychological Association Convention that 2% of 18-44 year olds, 1% of 50 year olds, and only a third of a percent of subjects 60+ considered themselves homosexual. Thus homosexual activity was much more common among younger adults.
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Some Things Said… (March 07)

Priest Says Poverty Vow Prevents Child Support Payments Portland, Ore. (RNS) A retired Jesuit priest and former Oregon prison chaplain contends that his vow of poverty prevents two men recently identified as his children from collecting back child support. -- by Ashbel Green, of Reuters News Service, as found at the PBS Religion and Ethics Newsweekly site online, 3.10.07.
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Some Things Said… (January 07) (2)

People's Will Triumphed in Bay State Marriage-Amendment Vote Family advocates determined to defend traditional marriage ultimately proved too strong for Massachusetts legislators to cross, pro-family analysts said today -- one day after Bay State lawmakers surprised just about everybody by voting to advance a marriage-protection toward the ballot. The vote -- which brings the state one-step closer to defining marriage as the union of one man and one woman in its constitution -- came after three years of division, obstruction…

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Some Things Said… (January 07)

Japanese Broadcasters seem to "Get it" - Raunchy television show sparked public outrage, apology from broadcasters. When New Year's Eve rolled around this year, the Japanese took a cue from lessons ignored by American broadcasters: apologize and be done with it. The phones started ringing off the hook as hundreds of furious and outraged Japanese viewers called NHK, the Japanese national broadcasting company, during a New Year's Eve show complaining about the scantily dressed women parading across the screen. As…

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