Additional Titles









Churches Are
Spreading Mad
Cow Disease

The Deluded Christian Church











By Coach Dave Daubenmire
October 21, 2010

I’m sorry, but I have become very skeptical of what passes for most science today. With all of the money being awarded in the form of grants, I am afraid that scientific research is no longer unbiased.

Let’s face it, those who provide funding through grants are often fishing for a desired outcome from the research in order to bolster an agenda or a product. One need look no further than the Climate-gate scandal for evidence of scientific fraud.

Al Gore and his henchmen should be in jail.

I have often posited the idea that if Christians wanted to prove Creationism to be true they need only raise billions of dollars to fund scientists to look for evidence of a “Creator” in nature.
Currently, all of the funding goes to evolutionists who are hell-bent on proving God doesn’t exist. If we changed the focus of their investigation I believe we would change their conclusions.

After all, that is what they are getting paid to prove. If the monkey was on the other foot and they were receiving grants of millions of dollars to find patterns that demonstrate a “Creator” I guarantee you they would be able to find a trail that takes them right to Genesis One.

Much of what passes for “research” today is fraudulent because it has been tainted by money. As any football coach can tell you, “Statistics lie and liars love statistics.” That is why our schools’ test scores are higher while the students get dumber. Statistics show “test scores” are getting better, while our students are falling farther behind children in other countries. I wonder if it has anything to do with the questions on the test.

It is all a big chase for funding. Remember what football coaches say about statistics.

This all was brought home to me this past week as I fought to avoid the incessant pink-promotion for breast cancer research. From Major League Baseball, to the NFL, to local high school football teams, athletics have been hi-jacked to raise funds for breast cancer.

Breast cancer funding makes me see red, not pink.

(Here comes the necessary disclaimer that is required anytime you speak against a sacred cow.) I am not in favor of breast cancer, I wish it was totally cured, and I do not hate breast cancer patients, breast cancer survivors, nor those who march in support of its eradication. I only wish that the medical field would tell us the truth about one of the most important ways breast cancer can be prevented.

There is a direct link between abortion and breast cancer. There are hundreds of articles on the internet regarding this subject, yet you will not find a word of reference to it on the Susan Komen website. In fact, they specifically state that abortion is not a risk. Over 50 million women have had abortions in America, while, at the same time, incidence of breast cancer in America have sky-rocketed. But they say that is mere coincidence…

If you want to know the truth about the abortion/breast cancer link visit this site. If you have had an abortion your chances of getting breast cancer are significantly higher. Don’t you think they should tell us that?

Millions of folks take to the streets to raise money for this insidious disease, yet the organizers of the Race For The Cure refuse to tell women the truth. I wonder if it has anything to do with the cozy relationship between the Komen Foundation and America’s largest abortion provider Planned Parenthood. It seems that in 2009 the Komen Foundation gave $700,000 to Planned Parenthood.

“The Komen grants to Planned Parenthood prompted medical research analyst and Hispanic outreach director Eve Sanchez Silver to resign from her leadership position within Komen.
Silver eventually had a meeting with Komen officials about their grants and abortion's link with breast cancer.

"SGK officials did not appear to have knowledge of simple breast facts," Silver said in a statement received. Silver explained that the breast is an organ that is not mature at birth and SGK officials appeared to be surprised to learn that the breast does not become fully mature until after 32 weeks of pregnancy.

As a result of that state of development, interruption of pregnancy via an abortion before 32 weeks leaves breast cells exposed to estrogen, which is highly carcinogenic.

She indicated the Komen representatives also appeared to be "more concerned about assisting women after they had contracted breast cancer, than informing them to avoid breast cancer risk by avoiding abortions and having [an] early, full term pregnancy."

"This is an appalling lack of concern for the women the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation is supposed to be helping," Silver added.


Let’s see: Smoking causes cancer, so don’t smoke. Cell phones may as well, so we need to limit their usage. Too much sun causes skin cancer so use sun-screen and stay out of the sun. X-rays are dangerous so limit the number you receive. Second-hand smoke is carcinogenic so please smoke outdoors. Many food additives are suspect and have led to labeling on our food. Yet the Komen foundation refuses to warn women about the abortion/breast cancer link.

I guess the Komen Foundation is as interested in ending breast cancer as the tobacco companies are in ending lung cancer. At least the tobacco companies put a warning on the package.

"Notwithstanding she shall be saved in childbearing, if they continue in faith and charity and holiness with sobriety." I Timothy 2:15. Hmmmm…odd Scripture. I wonder what that means?

As I watched all of those athletes run around on TV dressed in their pink icons I couldn’t help but wonder how many abortions those men had paid for and how many women would later suffer from breast cancer because some jock refused to take responsibility for the seed he had sown. I guess wearing a pink ribbon is the least a guy can do.

The abortion-hypocrisy hit a new low this week here in Ohio as a man was charged with attempted murder of an unborn baby for trying to force his girlfriend to have an abortion. Here is the story.

You can’t make this stuff up. A woman can have an abortion against the will of the baby’s father and it is called “choice.” The father, who is equally responsible for the birth of the child, and financially obligated until the child is 18 years old, has no “choice”. If he wants to have his unborn child killed it is not called choice, but attempted murder. How do you murder a fetus? Does “choice” magically make a baby a fetus? I guess I’m confused.

Is it just me, or does it seems as if the law admits that killing an unborn baby is “murder”? If Mommy does it, it is a choice. If Daddy does it is murder. But Daddy wasn’t killing the baby; he was merely taking the child to a “health clinic” where the same “Doctor” who murders in the name of choice will kill his baby in a “safe, sterile environment”…A safe environment partially funded by The Susan G Komen Foundation. Do you suppose that Planned Parenthood hands out pink ribbons to post-abortive women?

And you tell me the abortion lobby hasn’t gained control of the abortion debate? The exploitation of women in the name of women’s rights is staggering.

Subscribe to the NewsWithViews Daily News Alerts!

Enter Your E-Mail Address:

When we hold vigil outside the abortion clinics we use a phrase every time a woman enters. “One dead, one wounded.” Perhaps we need to change our slogan to “One dead, one breast cancer victim.” I wonder how many women could be saved if the were merely informed of the truth?

Follow the money. Women are being lied to. The Race For the Cure makes me see red.

I’ll never give a cent to breast cancer research until they start telling the truth about abortion.

Order the CDs here.



Do you think like a Christian or a humanist? Did the Founders really separate Church and State? Is Judicial tyranny ruining America? Check out these great teachings by the Coach

� 2010 Dave Daubenmire - All Rights Reserved

Share This Article

Click Here For Mass E-mailing

Sign Up For Free E-Mail Alerts
E-Mails are used strictly for NWVs alerts, not for sale

Coach Dave Daubenmire, founder and President of Pass The Salt Ministries and Minutemen United, is host of the high octane Pass The Salt radio show heard in Columbus, Ohio.

In 1999 Coach Daubenmire was sued by the ACLU for praying with his teams while coaching high school in Ohio. He now spends his energy fighting for Christian principles in the public domain.











Let’s face it, those who provide funding through grants are often fishing for a desired outcome from the research in order to bolster an agenda or a product. One need look no further than the Climate-gate scandal for evidence of scientific fraud.