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Stop the Bullying:  The One-sided Affair

Stop the Bullying: The One-sided Affair

I’m not going to mince words. I’m tired of the radical agenda driven peoples, claiming special consideration for gay teens, while then claiming they are fighting “bullying” of teens. No, you aren’t. You are fighting the bullying of specific groups — not bullying itself. That’s wrong! That’s as wrong as the act of bullying.

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A New Standard For Measuring Anti-Bullying Policies

A New Standard For Measuring Anti-Bullying Policies

Alliance Defending Freedom, in a joint effort with Focus on the Family, has developed an Anti-Bullying Policy Yardstick that allows public schools and the general public to evaluate several legal aspects of a school’s proposed or existing policies, including whether a policy protects all students from bullying or only a select few favored by activist groups advancing a homosexual agenda.

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Bullying a Country

Bullying a Country

The “mainstream” media is all aghast at a childhood bullying incident of MItt Romney’s, but the real bullies in America exist primarily in government and primarily on the left. One could fill volumes recounting liberal Democrats kicking sand at the little people to gain and maintain power. Government, just by its nature, resembles a schoolyard bully, exerting its power through judicial fiat, often nullifying the will of the people, and then there are unelected bureaucrats, regulators and executive orders — some compatible with liberty, many not.

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Video: Dan Savage At War With God

Video: Dan Savage At War With God

This video compiles evidence that makes a compelling case for any objective mind that homosexual activist Dan Savage is at war with God. Indeed, his so-called “anti-bullying” campaign is itself a bullying campaign itself–bullying anyone who refuses to bow in homage to political correctness and the homosexual agenda.

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Dan Savage: Bully

Dan Savage: Bully

They used to arrest middle-aged perverts who get their jollies from talking dirty to children. Today, they get a television show, a nationally syndicated column, a lecture circuit and multiple visits to the Obama White House. You know: “Forward.” The irony is palpable. Dan Savage, sex columnist and founder of the LGBT anti-bullying “It Gets Better” campaign, has been outed–not as a homosexual, but as an anti-Christian bigot and bully.

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Homosexual Radical Dan Savage Bullies High Schoolers

Homosexual Radical Dan Savage Bullies High Schoolers

Some of the most vicious, anti-Christian, anti-truth people in the world are the radical, homosexual activists, and among them, not many are as vile as Dan Savage. Savage is a twisted, sex columnist who started the “It Gets Better Project,” a propaganda tool targeting kids, which pushes the homosexual lifestyle on them under the guise of an “anti-bullying” campaign.

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School Kids Targeted by Federal Pro-Homosexual Legislation

School Kids Targeted by Federal Pro-Homosexual Legislation

There are currently two bills pending before the Senate and the House of Representatives in Washington. S. 555 and H.R. 998 both have the Left’s typically deceptive wording in their title, “Student Non-Discrimination Act of 2011.” What makes the title deceptive is that this is not so much about “non-discrimination” as it is about forced homosexual indoctrination and the theft of freedom of conscience and religion for students and teachers in our nation’s public school system.

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South Dakota Legislative Update, Jan. 31, 2012

South Dakota Legislative Update, Jan. 31, 2012

American Clarion is watching a number of bills introduced in the South Dakota Legislature during the 2012 session. This update provides a rundown on those which saw action yesterday, and which ones will be acted on in the next couple of days.

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SD Attny Gen Submits Legislative Proposals

SD Attny Gen Submits Legislative Proposals

South Dakota Attorney General Marty J. Jackley announces that his office has submitted the following legislative proposals to the South Dakota Legislature for its consideration during the 2012 Legislative Session, including a law requiring that missing children be reported quickly, anti-bullying legislation, victim’s rights, pseudoephedrine record keeping, right-of-way-fencing, and post-conviction relief limitations.

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