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  • Military Should ‘Expressly Prohibit’ Heterosexuals from Using Separate Showers from Homosexuals...

    12/18/2010 3:11:51 PM PST · by jazusamo · 131 replies · 2+ views
    CNSNews ^ | December 18, 2010 | Terence P. Jeffrey
    Complete title: Military Should ‘Expressly Prohibit’ Heterosexuals from Using Separate Showers from Homosexuals After Repeal of DADT, Says DOD Working Group A special Defense Department working group appointed by Defense Secretary Robert Gates has recommended that the military should “expressly prohibit” heterosexuals from using separate showers, bathrooms and bunking facilities from homosexuals when the repeal of the law banning homosexuals from the military goes into effect.The working group has also recommended that commanding officers be left with the authority to exempt individuals from using the same showers, bathrooms and living facilities as homosexuals, but only on a “case-by-case” basis.The House...
  • On Africa trip, pope says condoms won't solve AIDS

    03/17/2009 2:09:36 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 19 replies · 634+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | 3/17/09 | Victor L. Simpson - ap
    YAOUNDE, Cameroon – Pope Benedict XVI said condoms are not the answer to the AIDS epidemic in Africa and can make the problem worse, setting off criticism Tuesday as he began a weeklong trip to the continent where some 22 million people are living with HIV. Benedict's first statement on an issue that has divided even Catholic clergy working with AIDS patients came hours before he arrived in Cameroon's capital — greeted by thousands of flag-waving faithful who stood shoulder-to-shoulder in red dirt fields and jammed downtown streets for a glimpse of the pontiff's motorcade. In his four years as...
  • Democrats Try to Woo Homosexuals

    08/13/2007 8:28:45 AM PDT · by John Semmens · 14 replies · 374+ views
    http://www.azconservative.org/Semmens1.htm ^ | 11 August 2007 | John Semmens
    Democratic candidates for President traveled to Los Angeles to participate in a debate on gay issues. The event, unprecedented for a presidential campaign, was sponsored by the Human Rights Campaign, one of the most powerful gay lobby groups in the world. Senator Hillary Clinton (N.Y.), Senator Barack Obama (Ill.), former senator John Edwards (N.C.) and Governor Bill Richardson (N.M.) said they favored civil unions for gays, but not “marriage” per se. Only Representative Dennis Kucinich (Ohio) and former senator Mike Gravel (Alaska) endorsed same-sex "marriage." “Many married heterosexuals enjoy an occasional anal penetration,” Kucinich declared. “If they can be married,...
  • The Unholy Sacrament of Diversity Training

    10/12/2005 8:41:18 PM PDT · by murphE · 27 replies · 1,112+ views
    The Remnant ^ | 10/05 | William Price
    I work for a major auto company as an electrician. A year and a half ago my employer announced that a one-day mandatory “diversity” class would be scheduled for all employees – no exceptions. Any refusal would result in disciplinary action or possible termination. The facility I worked at had approximately five hundred employees. Many of my coworkers were outraged at what they considered an invasion of their privacy. Most had convictions that were biblically based; others just wanted to be left alone to think and believe as they pleased. The “training,” we were told, was company wide. Our supervisors...
  • Proclaiming Truth About Homosexuality Gets Group Booted from Campus

    01/21/2004 6:24:16 AM PST · by truthandlife · 30 replies · 346+ views
    Agape Press ^ | 1/20/04 | Jim Brown and Jenni Parker
    Two mild-mannered pro-family activists have been barred from an Illinois university campus after being railed against by homosexual students and faculty members who accused them of "hate speech."During their fourth visit to Northeastern Illinois University, Wayne Lela and John McCartney were subjected to the shouting and heckling of a large group of homosexual activists who ridiculed the two men for presenting factual information about the dangers of the homosexual lifestyle. One individual even tossed a package of condoms on their display table.Lela and McCartney are the founders of the Committee on Family and Social Health (CFSH). Lela says during the...
  • Melee at gay school

    10/10/2003 1:48:17 AM PDT · by kattracks · 72 replies · 518+ views
    New York Daily News ^ | 10/10/03 | SONI SANGHA, JOE WILLIAMS and MICHELE McPHEE
    The fall afternoon started simply enough: A handful of gay teens from Harvey Milk High School lounged around a Lexus parked by a Starbucks in Greenwich Village on Tuesday. Then things got violent. One of the teens fiddled with the Lexus' sideview mirror, enraging the driver. Words, some of them possibly homophobic, were exchanged. A bottle was thrown at the luxury car. The Lexus driver came at the teens with a screwdriver. When all was said and done, three Harvey Milk students as well as the driver of the Lexus, Vernon Jones, 23, were arrested - and Jones had been...
  • Is This Gay Behavior Sick?

    11/21/2001 6:50:27 AM PST · by Stand Watch Listen · 269 replies · 3,993+ views
    Too Good Reports ^ | November 21, 2001 | Henry Makow Ph.D.
    Imagine that an organism is sick. Imagine that the sick cells convince the organism that they were healthy, and in fact, the healthy cells are sick. The gullible organism would just get sicker and sicker. This is the relationship between society and homosexuals today. Gays argue that same-sex behavior is no different than being left-handed. On the other hand, they say heterosexual behavior is not natural, but socially conditioned and “oppressive.” Heterosexual society and family are being ravaged. Our stupid, opportunistic and craven leaders have betrayed us. We don´t even know we are at war. Let´s decide whom, in fact, ...
  • Prison Rape Elimination Act Becomes Federal Law

    09/08/2003 7:17:29 PM PDT · by familyop · 119 replies · 644+ views
    Stop Prison Rape ^ | 8SEP03 | Stop Prison Rape
    Press Release Prison Rape Elimination Act Becomes Federal Law September 4, 2003 SPR Hails Historic Move Toward Safer, More Humane Detention WASHINGTON D.C. – President George W. Bush signed into law the Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003 today, marking the first time the U.S. government has ever passed a law to deal with sexual assault behind bars. “The passage of this law is a major milestone, finally bringing prisoner rape out of the shadows,” said Lara Stemple, executive director of Stop Prisoner Rape (SPR), a national human rights organization that has worked on the issue for more than two...
  • Missing the Point on Gays

    09/05/2003 8:00:27 PM PDT · by Recourse · 143 replies · 955+ views
    Washington Post ^ | September 5, 2003 | Alan Simpson
    Missing the Point on Gays By Alan Simpson Friday, September 5, 2003; Page A21 For several weeks now a storm has been brewing in the Senate over just how homosexuals fit into the mainstream of American life. First, an honest debate on the criminalization of gay sex in Texas somehow gave rise to baseless fears about permitting bestiality and incest. Then, after the Supreme Court's reasonable ruling in Lawrence v. Texas that the government had no business policing people in their bedrooms, a panic developed. Some worried that the decision would lead to gay marriage, thus posing a threat to...
  • Is Media Ignoring Boy?s Murder Case Because Suspects Are Gay?

    08/21/2003 4:47:51 AM PDT · by JesseHousman · 169 replies · 1,541+ views
    ABC News ^ | 4/13/2003 | ABC News Staff
    A 13-year-old boy in Arkansas dies after a horrific sexual crime but much of the national media ignore the story. Conservative columnists and other critics think they know why — because the boy's accused killers are gay. "[The media] doesn't want the public to think about homosexuality and pedophilia and torture and the murder of children," says Don Feder, a conservative columnist at the Boston Herald. The boy, Jesse Dirkhising, was bound, drugged, tortured and raped for five hours before he died in 1999. Last month, a jury convicted Joshua Brown, 23, of rape and murder. Brown was sentenced to...
  • Homosexuality serves no useful purpose

    08/06/2003 6:14:18 PM PDT · by chance33_98 · 215 replies · 554+ views
    Homosexuality serves no useful purpose Gilbert Williams’ outrageous lies about homosexuality among dumb animals is simply shameful. Homosexuality comprises a barren act that serves no useful purpose in nature, therefore no collection of living creatures whether man or animal, can sustain themselves from generation to generation exclusively through this practice – it brings death. Furthermore, since when do we look to animals for guidance on sexual morality: animals routinely practice incestuous relationships, polygamy and spousal abuse. Does Gilbert Williams, suggest we do the same? Additionally, if homosexual acts were also practiced among animals, then such acts would be readily...
  • Gays out Of The Closet And The Rest Of Us In Pandora's Box

    08/19/2003 10:22:14 AM PDT · by CtPoliticsGuy · 20 replies · 419+ views
    Conservative News and Opinion ^ | August 18, 2003 | Doug Wrenn
    It used to be said, before gays "came out," that they were in "the closet." I wish they would go back into it. The rest of us have been in "Pandora's Box ever since. Not that long ago, in kinder, gentler times, when grown adults actually kept their private business private, and fringe rebels did not get in everyone's face to make their point, what is now considered to be an alternative lifestyle" was in fact, a deviancy. The only thing that has changed is that in 1973, (the same notorious year that also gave us Roe vs. Wade) the...
  • Study Reveals AIDS Virus Ravaging NC College Campuses

    08/12/2003 9:17:08 PM PDT · by scripter · 131 replies · 1,356+ views
    American Family Association ^ | August 12, 2003 | Jim Brown
    (AgapePress) - Researchers are warning of an HIV outbreak on college campuses in North Carolina. A study conducted by the University of North Carolina and the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services indicates that up to 60 college students in the state may have become infected with the virus that causes AIDS. The study found that 25 male college students in a three-county region of North Carolina have been diagnosed with HIV since 2001, and nearly 90% of those students were black men whose infections resulted from homosexual sex. Lead researcher Dr. Lisa Hightow, a fellow in infectious...
  • Phillies host first gay night

    08/13/2003 7:05:30 AM PDT · by Keen-Minded · 62 replies · 742+ views
    Bucks County Courier Times ^ | August 13, 2003 | By ANTHONY STITT
    PHILADELPHIA - OK, so when the Phillie Phanatic bumbled into section 508, a woman threw a rainbow flag onto the fuzzy, green mascot. At that moment, a guy wondered aloud: "Maybe the Phanatic's gay." Hmmm. Eyebrows arched. It seemed like a typical night at Veterans Stadium. But something was oh so different. Some called last night's Phillies game historic. Some ignored it. Some embraced it. Some scoffed. The Phillies hosted a franchise first - Gay Community Night. Nearly 800 spectators crowded into eight upper-deck sections designated for gay and lesbian groups along the first-base line. The rainbow colors - a...
  • Memphis Bishop (Don Johnson) tearfully apologizes to homosexual members of church

    08/11/2003 12:43:45 PM PDT · by new cruelty · 82 replies · 702+ views
    AP ^ | August 11, 2003 | AP Staff writer
    Memphis Episcopal Bishop Don Johnson has apologized to gay and lesbian members of the West Tennessee diocese as he explained his vote against the denomination's first openly gay bishop. At a meeting last night at Grace-St. Luke's, Johnson stood crying and said in voting against the election of V. Gene Robinson, he didn't mean to reject gay members of the church. Johnson was among 43 bishops who voted against the election of Robinson to lead the New Hampshire diocese. They were the minority. Johnson says he voted "no" because the church hadn't done the theological study needed for it and...
  • Gay Rights And Santa's Elves

    08/05/2003 7:47:07 AM PDT · by F_Cohen · 5 replies · 249+ views
    Toogood Reports ^ | August 5 | Lowell Phillips
    Gay Rights And Santa's Elves By Lowell Phillips Toogood Reports August 5, 2003 All sides of the "workers' rights" debate are weighing in on the heretofore unrecognized plight of Santa's Elves. Labor leaders and human rights activists are increasingly speaking out on behalf of the yuletide pixies that have, from time immemorial, been forced to toil in arctic conditions, with primitive equipment, to meet vast production quotas and inflexible deadlines. Added complaints have emerged regarding allegedly discriminatory employment practices. National Organization for Women President Kim Gandy has decried the conspicuous lack of female representation within the elf workforce and Little...
  • How to Stop The Gay Marriage Movement

    08/05/2003 10:23:10 AM PDT · by Outlaw76 · 24 replies · 523+ views
    Outlaw76
    For a while now I have wondered how the seaming juggernaut of same sex marriage could be stopped. The Gays for their part do not understand the solemnity or spirituality of marriage, they see it as a civil contract that entitles heterosexuals to share costs such as medical insurance with a friend. To allow such a contract to come into existence would undermine the foundation of marriage itself. Such a thing would lead to temporary contracts and arbitration of vows. It would get silly after a while and our courts would be overcrowded with breach of contract cases. They seam...
  • Pushy homosexuality: Joseph Farah on growing backlash of public opinion against sodomy

    07/29/2003 11:03:15 PM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 124 replies · 193+ views
    WorldNetDaily.com ^ | Wednesday, July 30, 2003 | Joseph Farah
    A new USA Today /CNN /Gallup Survey suggests there is a backlash of public opinion against homosexuality after the U.S. Supreme Court decision overturning Texas' sodomy law. It's not surprising. The decision was widely seen as a judicial push for the agenda of homosexual political activists eager to see their lifestyle not only accepted nationwide but promoted by government and major cultural institutions. Defenders of the Texas law had contended the ultimate goal of the case was not to end sodomy laws, but to advance the "ambitious agenda" of homosexual activists. Justice Antonin Scalia, in a scathing dissent, agreed. "The...
  • Savage: My Numbers Don't Lie

    07/14/2003 11:10:15 AM PDT · by nickcarraway · 41 replies · 2,874+ views
    Newsmax.com ^ | Monday, July 14, 2003
    Syndicated talk show host Michael Savage continues to fight back. Fired recently from MSNBC, the conservative talker is angry with claims made by his former network MSNBC and fellow conservatives, one of whom claimed on Fox News that his TV program had low ratings. On Savage's web site, MichaelSavage.com, Savage says, "Lying about Michael Savage's ratings is not 'fair and balanced.' A phony conservative is trying to put a knife in my back while I am on the ground. It is bad enough when the Liberals lie. Now a legion of so-called conservatives are creating false statements, publishing half truths,...
  • FREEP CBS for False "Gay Marriage" Claims on Amazing Race

    06/04/2003 1:51:53 PM PDT · by Vitamin A · 96 replies · 433+ views
    Self & Worldnetdaily | 6/4/2003 | Andrew Ainsworth & Joe Kovacs
    Friends, The Amazing Race is one of the most popular TV shows. Unfortunately, CBS has chosen to use the term "married" to describe the relationship of two males from California who are featured on that show. As such, CBS is effectively broadcasting to the nation that "marriage" between two men is valid and exists, despite the fact that NO state in the U.S. recognizes two men as being "married" to each other. At most, Vermont has recognized a "civil union" between two males, but that law was expressly designed not to use the term "marriage" or "married." California and Hawaii...