Abortions, "The Pill", RU-486, condoms distributed in schools. Birth control made available to those who have no business needing it. And now the newest abomination on the hit parade is the so called "Morning After Pill". This further demonstrates how far the world has traveled down the path of iniquity. This is becoming more and more a world of "If it feels good or satisfies in some way, then do it." Consequences are no longer important thanks to these oh so handy inventions that make it so easy to discard responsibility by taking a pill. The net effect is supposed to be that there are NO consequenses to these things. Sadly, this is not now and never will be true. We would all do well to remember what the scriptures have to say about it:
Galatians 6:7, "Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap."
Morning-After Pill: For Emergencies Only
NEW YORK, June 30, 2003
(CBS) The morning-after pill can prevent conception if taken up to 72 hours after having sex. Right now, you can only get it with a prescription, but the Food and Drug Administration is considering changing that. If they do, it'll have a big impact on teenagers, who are already discovering the pill's perks and its price.
CBS News Correspondent Tracy Smith met with some teens and found each has a story about a friend who had unprotected sex.
As if sex hasn't become cheap enough. Lets make a game out of it and cheapen it even more (if that is possible).
In this article several people make the claim that what is being reported here is not in fact actually happening. My own personal opinion is frankly that it's sadly in keeping with today's moral slide.
December 11, 2003 at 0:59:49 PST
Controversy Surrounds Popular Bracelets
By MARTHA IRVINE
CHICAGO (AP) -
Orange, red, blue, black - they're just thin, rubbery bracelets that come in a rainbow of colors, but they're causing quite a stir. First made popular by Madonna and other pop stars in the 1980s, "jelly bracelets" are making a comeback with teens and some grade-school kids.
But this time, there's a twist: In some parts of the country, they're calling them "sex bracelets" - with various colors supposedly representing promises to perform sex acts in a game called "Snap."
Once again RFID Technology is in the news.
It's interesting to note here that the controversy over the privacy concerns of RFID technology are seldom if ever mentioned in mainstream television news and only once in a while in print publications. The larges part of what is being said about RFID is online in usenet newsgroups and on websites that are concerned about privacy. Very little is ever said out where the average 'Joe Public' can hear about it and maybe learn some truth.
Here's a sneak peak into the not too distant future. The implications will make your hair stand on end.
Bug devices track officials at summit
By Audrey Hudson
THE WASHINGTON TIMES
Officials who attended a world Internet and technology summit in Switzerland last week were unknowingly bugged, said researchers who attended the forum.
Badges assigned to attendees of the World Summit on the Information Society were affixed with radio-frequency identification chips (RFIDs), said Alberto Escudero-Pascual, Stephane Koch and George Danezis in a report issued after the conference ended Friday in Geneva. The badges were handed out to more than 50 prime ministers, presidents and other high-level officials from 174 countries, including the United States.
The trio's report said they were able to obtain the official badges with fraudulent identification only to be stunned when they found RFID chips - a contentious issue among privacy advocates in the United States and Europe - embedded in the tags.
Researchers questioned summit officials about the use of the chips and how long information would be stored but were not given answers.