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Daily Archives: May 31st, 2012

A Child at the Breast

  HERE’S a forthright fifteenth-century painting by Hans Memling of Jesus Christ at the breast. Why is this so radically different from the recent photos of nursing women that have gained international attention, leaving aside the obvious fact that this painting represents the imaginary vision of an artist? There is one overwhelming difference, and that is the gravity of Mary’s expression, […]

California Senate Bans Therapy for Homosexuals

  CONVERSION THERAPY, which helps homosexuals battle same-sex desires, was banned yesterday by California State Senate in another blatant political endorsement of a lifestyle that causes suicide, disease and depression. A lengthy response by Christopher H. Rosik, Ph.D. of the National Association for Research and Therapy of Homosexuality can be found here. Randy Thomasson of SaveCalifornia.com, said the bill would […]

More Crass Breastfeeding

  ONCE AGAIN, we have a mother in a shameless pose breastfeeding for the public. In this case, Terran Echegoyen-McCabe, a soldier in the National Guard, is pictured in uniform breastfeeding her twins, supposedly to raise awareness for breastfeeding. (Another military woman is pictured with her in a more modest pose.) What does the world think of America? Echegoyen-McCabe (who but […]