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  • Police say lesbian faked brutal ‘hate crime’ attack: carved cross on own chest

    08/23/2012 3:13:13 PM PDT · by NYer · 42 replies
    Life Site News ^ | August 23, 2012 | BEN JOHNSON
    Charlie Rogers, former basketball star, now accused of faking hate crimes. LINCOLN, NE, August 22, 2012, (LifeSiteNews.com) – Charlie Rogers’ story about crawling at 4 a.m. on a Monday morning – bound, bloodied, and baying – across the street to her neighbor’s house after being brutally attacked by three men seemed too horrific to be true. Yesterday, police in Lincoln, Nebraska, concluded it was just that. The 33-year-old lesbian, a former University of Nebraska women’s basketball star, arrived on the front door of her neighbor Linda Rappl’s house on July 22, with a story out of a horror movie. Three...
  • Obama: "It gets better"

    This is scary: http://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2010/10/21/president-obama-it-gets-better
  • Boston Globe and Emerson College Pushing Propaganda Play “Laramie Project”

    09/21/2010 10:51:34 AM PDT · by massmike · 1 replies
    massresistance.net ^ | 09/21/2010 | n/a
    Back in 2007, we assembled background info on the horrid propaganda play, “The Laramie Project.” Performed at high schools and colleges around the country, it uses raw emotion and lies to draw youth into the sexual-radical “rights” cause. The recruitment efforts never let up. So we’re not surprised to see “Laramie” being pushed again by Arts Emerson and the Boston Globe this week. They’re even exploiting the Governor’s daughter as a “panelist”. Emerson faculty are working with the sexual-radical groups GLAD, GLAAD, PFLAG, GLSEN, Matthew Shepard Foundation, Human Rights Campaign, and Boston’s “Theater Offensive” (“ambitious programming [on] the cutting edge...
  • NY School Crowns Gay Couple Prom King and Queen (BARF ALERT!)

    06/10/2010 11:01:57 AM PDT · by DesertRenegade · 59 replies · 1,018+ views
    Fox News ^ | June 9, 2010 | Fox News
    A couple of gay best friends were voted prom king and queen by such a wide margin at an upstate New York high school that the school didn't even bother with any runners-up. Seniors Charlie Ferrusi and Timmy Howard won their respective crown and tiara by a landslide Saturday. They started thinking about running about a month ago and ran the idea past advisors and the principal, who gave their blessing. One of the hardest parts of the experience, the boys said, was deciding who would be king and who would be queen.
  • Pepsi shareholders hear from ex-'gay'

    05/06/2009 11:59:53 AM PDT · by DesertRenegade · 18 replies · 1,047+ views
    One News Now ^ | May 6, 2009 | Charlie Butts
    Pepsico's board of directors has heard from a traditional values group about their support of the homosexual agenda -- and its alienation of the company's consumer base. At the Pepsico board meeting in Dallas on Wednesday, Greg Quinlan of PFOX -- Parents and Friends of Ex-Gays and Gays -- offered a resolution to the board calling for full disclosure and accountability on contributions to charitable organizations. He tells OneNewsNow why he called on shareholders to support Resolution No. 6. "Pepsico is giving a million dollars to the homosexual agenda, supporting groups like HRC, the Human Rights Campaign...the ninth-largest of all...
  • Despite PFLAG Threats, Pastor Scott Lively to Address GOP Club on 04/03/09 (Live Streaming Video)

    04/02/2009 9:59:00 PM PDT · by DogByte6RER · 9 replies · 746+ views
    MTRA ^ | April 2, 2009 | MTRA
    Pastor Scott Lively, head of Abiding Truth Ministries and author of the book "The Pink Swastika" will address the Temecula cahpater of the California Republican Assembly on Friday, April 3 at 7:00 p.m. See links below for live streaming video...
  • Threats Of Protest Halt Pink Swastika Author's Scheduled Talk (PFLAG Shuts Down GOP Club Meeting)

    03/29/2009 12:43:40 PM PDT · by DogByte6RER · 56 replies · 2,594+ views
    The Village News ^ | Thursday, March 19th, 2009. | Temecula Valley News staff
    Threats of protest halt Pink Swastika author's scheduled talk by Temecula Valley News staff The Murrieta/Temecula Republican Assembly’s (MTRA) next meeting was scheduled to be April 3; however, that meeting and location are now in doubt as a result of threats of protest. According to MTRA president Bob Kowell, their speaker was scheduled to be Pastor Scott Lively from Abiding Truth Ministries in Massachusetts. Pastor Lively’s book, “The Pink Swastika,” has gained the attention and protest of gays and gay activists across the world. “The meeting was to be held at Temeku Hills Country Club,” said Kowell. “Temeku Country Club...
  • Lexington public schools lawsuit has discouraged teaching about homosexual families

    10/15/2007 8:09:13 AM PDT · by reaganaut1 · 30 replies · 92+ views
    Bay Windows ^ | September 27, 2007 | Ethan Jacobs
    Nima Eshghi, an attorney for Gay and Lesbian Advocates and Defenders (GLAD), told attendees at the Greater Boston PFLAG annual meeting Sept. 24 that the federal lawsuit by a pair of families against the town of Lexington for including LGBT-themed books in the elementary school curriculum has had a chilling effect on other schools. She said last spring a lesbian couple with a daughter in a Watertown elementary school contacted GLAD to complain that the school had pulled the book And Tango Makes Three, a true story about a pair of male penguins that became mates and raised a baby...
  • Elizabeth Edwards Speaks At Gay Pride Breakfast

    06/24/2007 5:31:09 PM PDT · by Baladas · 82 replies · 1,371+ views
    CBS 5 / BCN ^ | Jun 24, 2007
    Elizabeth Edwards received thunderous applause during a speech in San Francisco as part of Sunday’s Gay Pride celebration. Elizabeth Edwards, wife of 2008 presidential candidate former U.S. Sen. John Edwards, advocated her husband’s democratic campaign and addressed issues pertaining to poverty, the U.S. involvement in the Iraq war and lesbian and gay rights, among other topics. As members of the audience held up John Edwards campaign posters, Elizabeth Edwards conveyed her and her husband’s beliefs regarding one of the most important issues to many San Franciscans: the rights of gay and lesbian American citizens. “Everyone should have the same rights...
  • 'Gay' activist says 'We will BURY you'

    05/05/2007 4:01:48 AM PDT · by Man50D · 36 replies · 1,599+ views
    WorldNetDaily.com ^ | May 5, 2007
    A board member for Equality California has come out swinging at the Bible-based Capitol Resource Institute, which works on behalf of family and biblical values in California, especially among its lawmakers. "If you continue your efforts, we will BURY you," said an e-mail from Ben Patrick Johnson, to his "colleagues" at the CRI, according to a statement from the Christian organization. "For a group that purports to expand tolerance and civil rights, Equality California is not practicing what it preaches," CRI said. "This type of language evokes images of Communist leader Nikita Khrushchev pounding his shoe on the podium of...
  • Massachusetts Catholic School Bars Same-Sex Couple From Prom

    04/27/2007 9:13:14 AM PDT · by cowtowney · 56 replies · 1,486+ views
    Associated Press ^ | 4/27/2007 | Associated Press
    Rosanne Strott says she was not trying to make a political statement. She just wanted to invite a close friend to Friday night's prom at Bishop Feehan High School. The problem was, that friend was a woman. Catholic Diocese officials barred the same-sex couple from attending the prom together.
  • Pro-Family coalition wants parents to keep kids home on gay day - April 18th

    03/28/2007 2:45:26 PM PDT · by GeorgiaDawg32 · 45 replies · 210+ views
    notourkids.com ^ | 3/27/07 | Irene Bennett
    WASHINGTON, March 27 / -- A national pro-family coalition, www.NotOurKids.com, is calling upon parents to keep their children home from school on April 18 -- to avoid GLSEN's homosexual "Day of Silence," in which students and some supportive faculty intentionally remain silent throughout the school day to protest alleged oppression of homosexuals. SNIP www.NotOurKids.com is a coalition of pro-family groups who object to the disruptive political hijacking of America's classrooms by pro-homosexual advocates.
  • Why homosexuals should not adopt or teach children

    08/25/2006 9:53:42 AM PDT · by BJClinton · 100 replies · 6,761+ views
    Townhall ^ | 08/25/2006 | Mike S. Adams
    Ever since I announced my bid for the United States Presidency, I’ve been questioned about some of my more radical political opinions. Most of those questions have dealt with my proposed economic policies – for example, the abolition of the IRS and the implementation of the Fair Tax. Today, I offer an answer to questions about why I am opposed to the idea of gays adopting or teaching children. Several years ago, I began writing columns questioning the so-called gay rights movement. I prefer to call it the “gay privileges” movement because gays are not presently deprived of anything that...
  • New Book Sets Campus "Gay Point AVerage"

    08/25/2006 8:25:35 AM PDT · by georgiarat · 38 replies · 1,139+ views
    University Business ^ | August 25, 2006 | georgiarat
    In an age when colleges live and die by their rankings, a new focus for campus assessment is emerging: gay-friendliness. The Advocate, the national newsmagazine for gays and lesbians, published a 389-page book this month listing the 100 schools that it says offer the best discrimination protection, most friendly climate, and most extensive campus services for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered students. Sixteen of the schools are in New England, including six in Massachusetts. MIT, for one, made the top 100. The school is cited for having one of the nation's oldest gay and lesbian student groups and for early...
  • Gays not represented well on TV, study finds

    08/22/2006 8:58:58 AM PDT · by Dubya · 123 replies · 3,066+ views
    Los Angeles Daily News ^ | Aug. 22, 2006 | GREG HERNANDEZ
    LOS ANGELES - If not for scheming teen Andrew Van De Camp on ABC's megahit Desperate Housewives and Dr. Kerry Weaver on the long-running ER on NBC, the only regular gay or lesbian character on a returning broadcast network show this fall would be a closeted accountant named Oscar on NBC's The Office.
  • Angelides says he would sign gay marriage bill

    07/07/2006 3:29:03 PM PDT · by MikeA · 157 replies · 1,627+ views
    San Jose Mercury News ^ | 07/07/06 | Lisa Leff
    SAN FRANCISCO - Democratic gubernatorial candidate Phil Angelides said Friday that if he unseats Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger in November he would sign a bill legalizing gay marriage in California. Angelides talked about the issue the day after New York's high court upheld that state's one-man, one-woman marriage laws and as a California appeals court prepared to consider whether a trial judge erred in declaring the state's marriage laws unconstitutional. "I would sign the marriage equality bill because I believe if we can get behind people to build a lasting relationship, that is a good thing," Angelides said at a news...
  • PFLAG to Make History at N.Y. Stock Exchange (Barf Alert!)

    06/26/2006 1:27:31 PM PDT · by DBeers · 21 replies · 1,297+ views
    U.S. Newswire ^ | June 26, 2006 | Jean-Marie Navetta
    PFLAG to Make History at N.Y. Stock Exchange WASHINGTON, June 26 /U.S. Newswire/ -- Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) will make history on June 30 as the first organization for families and allies of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) people to ring the Closing Bell (SM) at the New York Stock Exchange. PFLAG's trip to Wall Street - to "ring the closing bell on homophobia" - will be an opportunity for the group to discuss the exponentially growing reach of the buying power of GLBT Americans when coupled with the purchasing force of their families...
  • Students Rush to Block Exit Exam

    05/26/2006 11:31:53 AM PDT · by Mikey_1962 · 44 replies · 1,128+ views
    News10 ^ | 5/26/06 | Mikey_1962
    Attorneys for a group of students who sued the state to suspend the high school exit exam have filed an emergency request with a state appeals court. They want the court to urgently hear their claims the test should be suspended for this year's graduating class. On Wednesday, the state Supreme Court stayed a lower court's injunction that had barred the exam from taking effect for the Class of 2006. It meant the exam would be a requirement for seniors to graduate. The students and their parents argued that the exam is discriminatory because all California students do not have...
  • Militant Gays to Assault Families at St. Patrick's Day Parade in Boston

    03/17/2006 8:04:14 AM PST · by pabianice · 379 replies · 5,855+ views
    WRKO Radio - Boston | 3/17/06
    Mass Equality, a militant gay organization pushing for national gay marriage, has announced that it plans to do a petition drive in South Boston during the St. Patrick's Day Parade. Petitioners will approach individuals and families watching the parade, urging people to sign their petition which demands national gay marriage rights. As you might expect, Catholics and parents who plan to be at the parade with their kids are angry at this latest assault and are calling-in to the show to protest. The Mass Equality rep is countering that her organization has the right to do this and that anyone...
  • Bill to allow gay foster parents to adopt doesn’t have the votes(FL Ban on Homo-adoption stand)

    03/08/2006 2:57:37 PM PST · by longtermmemmory · 20 replies · 662+ views
    Florida Bar News ^ | March 1, 2006 | Jan Pudlow
    March 1, 2006 Bill to allow gay foster parents to adopt doesn’t have the votes By Jan Pudlow Senior Editor A proposal to allow gay foster parents to adopt the children they care for received its first public hearing since Florida’s anti-gay parenting law was first enacted in 1977. It was standing-room only at the Senate Children & Families Committee on February 14, where 19 people — including gay and lesbian parents, foster parents, foster children, national children’s advocates, sociologists, and researchers — testified why the bill was in the best interests of children. But before there was a vote...