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Gregg will be on the Michael Medved Show this Thrusday, Aug. 16, 2007, at 4 PM to 5 PM EST (and 1 PM to 2 PM PCT respectfully). You may use this to find your station. Gregg is truly honored to have such an opportunity to speak with Michael about these issues. Michael is one of the rarest people with a very sharp mind. He is also a very good friend to Pundit Review. Pundit Review is a classy blog which also has a radio program of their own. It bring together both those who listen and those who blog. It is truly a delight. Don’t forget to listen in on Thursday!

Gregg will be discussing and debating an article which he wrote recently: 8 More Questions For Pro-Abortion Presidential Candidates. He will also answer general questions about abortion.

This is going to be a critical issue this year, all kidding aside. No longer will we step aside to the pro-death, pro-abortion lobbyists. There simply is no room for people of principle to continue supporting people who claim to be pro-life, yet allow the murder of unborn children to continue. It just will not work anymore. You can count my vote out if we get stuck with two pro-abortion candidates.

Why do I continue using the term ‘pro-abortion’? First of all, that is what they used to call themselves. They found themselves losing the debate, so they switched to pro-choice. Who could argue with choice, right? Well! Just try to make your own CHOICE about where to send your child to school, what your children will learn in sex-education without your knowledge, and on and on. There is choice in one thing…murdering your child. Is that what you want to be remembered as? Not me!

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    This article is one that should be on the front pages of all newspapers, but (un)fortunately it does not fit the ethic of blood and guts. No, this is an article of success!

    There was no network news coverage, no front page spread, but local leaders of Mrezat, a small agricultural village in a northern section of the Adhamiyah District, shed tears of joy as water pumped from the Tigris River and passed attendees of a ceremony to mark the opening of a new pumping station in the community.

    In Mrezat, water is the lifeblood of the people. The agrarian community subsists primarily on palm-date groves, which are grown throughout the year. Without proper irrigation the groves wither and date production ceases.

    Mrezat’s refurbished irrigation pump brings the needed water from the Tigris’ base to the farmers’ crops.

    Though the opening was of critical importance to the residents of Mrezat, the success story will not make any headlines, said Lt. Col. Al Shoffner, the commander of 2nd Battalion, 319th Airborne Field Artillery Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division.

    Sources: CentCom and reposted @ DoD Daily News-2. Please continue reading.

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