We are watching a frenzied campaign of leftist media hysteria and disinformation surrounding the religious freedom protection bills in Arizona, Mississippi and a few other states. Those who are opposed to these bills are falsely claiming they would promote the ill treatment of homosexuals. This is nonsense, of course. This is not about homosexuals themselves, but specific demands made by homosexuals that would force those with moral objections to violate their conscience.
A young lady, identified only as Lauren A., describes Duke University (a school whose motto is Eruditio et Religio: Learning and Religion) as her “dream school,” and she states that she has chosen to act in porn movies to finance her education. She tried to keep her identity under cover, so to speak, but one of the young men at the school recognized her on campus and exposed her identity. She was subsequently harassed and bullied online for what she does, so she decided to write a column about it and what she believes it means.
It doesn’t matter what naysayers think. It doesn’t matter what the leftist media declares or how aggressively it tries to suppress the message of it. It doesn’t matter what “establishment” politicians suppose. The fire of impeachment is nevertheless burning hot and spreading fast in the minds and hearts of the American people, the rightful guardians and intended masters of the Republic.
The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) filed a lawsuit some time back against a small, nonprofit group in New Jersey, Jews Offering New Alternatives for Healing (JONAH). The SPLC is attempting to shut down JONAH and discredit the legitimate efforts of others like them in helping people reduce or eliminate their homosexual attraction.
Reports indicate that that Attorney General Eric Holder intends to ban consideration of “religion” in terror investigations. By “religion,” we understand he means Islam, the religion of the overwhelming majority of terrorists who have attacked the United States.
We have repeatedly warned you that the radical homosexual movement’s goal is nothing less than the obliteration of the rights of those who oppose it. We have yet another proof of this in Massachusetts, a state in which the militant homosexual movement is on a vicious, seemingly inexorable march. On Friday, MassResistance reported on the story of a homosexual activist going through legal channels to force a Catholic school to hire him, despite the fact that he is “married” to another man.
We didn’t have to wait till 2016 to see Obama’s ugly America unfold. It was no surprise to see Barack Obama (or whatever his name is) sic his lawless Justice Department on Dinesh D’Souza, creator of the hugely popular documentary film 2016: Obama’s America. It is clear that Obama didn’t like this picture at all.
While we are not surprised at any outrageous thing liberals say, it is becoming increasingly disturbing how brazen they now are in their un-American pronouncements. This past Friday the Democrat Governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo, flatly declared that people who hold conservative views on life, guns and homosexuality have no place in New York. He called these views “extreme.”
Mission America Radio Host, speaker and author Linda Harvey is spot-on over the target with her excellent new book for young people, Maybe He’s Not Gay: Another View on Homosexuality, and she’s catching frenzied homosexual activist flak because of it.
When we read about a Russian television star saying he believes homosexuals should be burned alive in ovens and stripped of their right to vote (before or after the ovens?), then right off the bat, we know we’re dealing with a hard-core publicity hound or a lunatic, maybe both. Naturally, no one, other than fellow lunatics, would agree with him. That’s not a hard position to take.Next Page »
"We don't intend to turn the Republican Party over to the traitors in the battle just ended. We will have no more of those candidates who are pledged to the same goals as our opposition and who seek our support. Turning the party over to the so-called moderates wouldn't make any sense at all." - Ronald Reagan, Nov. 10, 1964