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They Said What? (May 2018)

Vol. 35 No. 4 May 2018

When the cell of a pig is used and its genetic material is utilized in the production of food, the cell, in fact, loses its original identity and therefore cannot be defined as forbidden for consumption. It wouldn’t even be meat, so you can consume it with dairy.

Rabbi Yuval Cherlow, stating that cloned pig meat is kosher.

New York Post, 3-22-18


To think that man can alter the Earth’s ecosystem — when God remains omniscient, omnipresent and omnipotent in the current affairs of mankind — is to more than subtly espouse an ultra-hubristic, secular worldview relative to the supremacy and importance of man.

Ralph Drollinger, who leads weekly bible study meetings for members of Congress and Trump’s cabinet, including EPA chief Scott Pruitt.

Right Wing Watch, 4-3-18


Prosecutions have always been focused on the abortionist. There is no way a woman would go to jail let alone face the death penalty. The statute alone, the threat of prosecution, would dramatically reduce abortion. That is my goal.

Bob Nonini, candidate for lieutenant governor of Idaho. During a moderated candidate forum, Nonini nodded in agreement when asked if he supported the death penalty for the woman as a possible outcome for abortion.

Idaho Statesman, 4-3-18


This is part of our country’s history. Our nation was built on a Christian foundation. We need to make sure the children know that and pass it on to the next generation.

Louisiana state Sen. Regina Barrow, who introduced a bill that would require “In God We Trust” be taught and displayed in all public schools.

USA Today, 4-9-18