The secular progressive tactic of advocating death in the name of liberty continues, this time in the state of California, where Governor Jerry Brown recently signed a bill legalizing physician-assisted suicide in that state.
This makes California the fourth state to embrace the practice, after Oregon, Washington, and Vermont.
Commenting on his decision to sign the bill, Governor Brown remarked that were he afflicted with a painful terminal illness he would not want to suffer in his final days of life, the implication being that physician-assisted suicide is a means for individuals to free themselves from the physical suffering and indignity that natural death entails. more >>
It was an honorable send-off for a good friend and fellow law enforcer of the canine persuasion.
Members of the Hidalgo County Sheriff's Office bid their final farewells to a beloved narcotics detector K-9, Argo.
Born in 2006 in the Czech Republic, Argo had been battling bone cancer for some time, however the battle was becoming too much for the heroic creature. more >>
Talk about a house-trained animal! One formerly homeless pit bull developed a unique talent while waiting to be adopted.
Named Rush, the pooch was recently found ragging about his sheet to make his bed, showing that, if nothing else, he is a proper and civilized creature.
While under the care of the Society for the Improvement of Conditions for Stray Animals, Rush was filmed making his bed. more >>
For centuries and centuries it has been widely accepted in American Christianity that Satanism is a bad thing. But hopeful reformers look to make the Church more welcoming of people it has long marginalized as being evil and wrong.
In recent years, organizations like Cheap Grace Ministries Network, Light Bearer Presbyterians, Accuser Baptists, and Abaddon Out Loud are trying to help churches become more accepting of their Satanic neighbors.
Authorities in the Aceh province of Indonesia began tearing down a number of Christian churches on Monday at the demand of hardline Muslims, as religious tensions have risen in the province in recent weeks.
According to Reuters, government workers in the Aceh Singkil district used axes and sledgehammers to dismantle several small Christian churches after many hardline Muslims in the area demanded that at least 10 Christian churches be demolished.
BBC reports that over 200 police officers and military personnel protected government workers as they destroyed the church buildings on the grounds that the structures lacked the proper building permits. more >>
Who doesn't love a furry kitten? Even rough-and-tumble, chest-pounding gorillas show their softer side when a box of cuddly kittens shows up. Hey, gorillas want some feline friendship too.
In this video, Koko, a 44-year-old western lowland gorilla, receives a box full of kittens for her birthday. She adopts two as pets.
Koko is not your average primate. She's learned several phrases in sign language, courtesy of her trainers who seek to champion what they call "interspecies communication." more >>