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  • Obama Nominee: Society Should ‘Not Tolerate Private Beliefs’ That ‘Adversely Affect’ Homosexuals

    01/18/2010 8:56:59 AM PST · by wagglebee · 64 replies · 2,034+ views
    CNS News ^ | 1/18/10 | Matt Cover
    (CNSNews.com) - Chai Feldblum, the Georgetown University law professor nominated by President Obama to serve on the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, has written that society should “not tolerate” any “private beliefs,” including religious beliefs, that may negatively affect homosexual “equality.” Feldblum, whose nomination was advanced in a closed session of the Senate Health Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee on December 12, published an article entitled “Moral Conflict and Liberty: Gay Rights and Religion” in the Brooklyn Law Review in 2006. “Just as we do not tolerate private racial beliefs that adversely affect African-Americans in the commercial arena, even if such...
  • Mary Daly, radical elemental feminist, God-hater, man-basher, self-described...

    01/07/2010 10:48:25 AM PST · by NYer · 38 replies · 1,475+ views
    Insight Scoop ^ | January 7, 2010 | Carl Olson
    ... "witch and madwoman," lesbian separatist, and slanderer of the Blessed Mother, died a few days ago, on January 3rd, after a long illness. If you aren't familiar with Daly and her significant influence in dissident Catholic and radical feminist circles, here is some info from a few obituaries: • "Mary Daly, radical feminist theologian and a mother of modern feminist theology, died Jan. 3 at the age of 81. She was one of the most influential voices of the radical feminist movement through the later 20th century. Daly taught courses in theology, feminist ethics and patriarchy at Boston College...
  • Mary Glasspool, active homosexual, elected bishop of LA

    12/05/2009 2:56:43 PM PST · by qwertyz · 20 replies · 1,367+ views
    Stand Firm ^ | 12/05/09
    BREAKING: Diocese of Los Angeles Elects Non-Celibate Lesbian As Suffragan Bishop
  • Respect Is a Two-Way Street - Christians Suffer for Opposing Homosexuality

    06/01/2009 9:42:01 AM PDT · by GonzoII · 3 replies · 570+ views
    Zenit ^ | ROME, MAY 31, 2009 | Father John Flynn, LC
    The issue of legalizing same-sex marriages continues to be at the forefront of debate. On Tuesday the Californian Supreme Court upheld a referendum, Proposition 8, which modified the state constitution to restrict marriage to heterosexual couples. The referendum invalidated a previous decision by the state's Supreme Court that resulted in the legalization of same-sex marriage. In the weeks preceding the latest decision same-sex marriage was legalized in three states. As a result, five states now allow such marriages -- Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maine, Vermont and Iowa. As a May 27 article in the Washington Post pointed out, four of these states...
  • "New Testament Teaching on Homosexuality Not True" -Obama Christian Appointee to Faith-Based Pro...

    05/10/2009 6:22:03 AM PDT · by presidio9 · 103 replies · 3,215+ views
    CNS News ^ | Wednesday, April 08, 2009 | Fred Lucas
    President Obama has named to his faith-based advisory council a self-professed Christian who holds that the New Testament's teaching that homosexual behavior is unnatural and wrong--which is found in St. Paul's letter to the Romans--“is not true." The appointee, Harry Knox, has also said that Obama's decision to invite the Rev. Rick Warren to say a prayer at the Inauguration "tainted" the ceremony and that Pope Benedict XVI is a "discredited leader." Harry Knox, a professed gay Christian who is director of the religion and faith program at the Human Rights Campaign, a homosexual rights group, was named to President...
  • Full gay rights! The argument is over (Does your pastor feel the same way?)

    05/08/2009 11:01:20 AM PDT · by AlaskaErik · 60 replies · 1,854+ views
    Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman ^ | May 7, 2009 | Howard Bess
    Two issues continue to cloud the American political scene. Gay rights and the protection of life. These two issues are seen as so important that many Americans are willing to ignore all other issues such as poverty, housing, foreign policy and health care to vote according to a candidate’s position on homosexuality and abortion. The right to life, abortion, freedom of choice issue is much the tougher issue and a healthy debate should continue until some sort of understanding is reached and codified into laws that are firmly upheld by our courts. I suspect the most workable solution is not...
  • High Priestess of Abortion

    05/08/2009 6:12:07 AM PDT · by reaganaut1 · 30 replies · 1,169+ views
    American Spectator ^ | May 8, 2009 | Mark Tooley
    The Rev. Katherine Ragsdale will soon become the first female president of Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Openly lesbian, the outgoing chief of a liberal think tank that monitored the Religious Right, and best known for her abortion rights advocacy through the Washington-based Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice (RCRC), Ragsdale maybe the perfect icon for untrammeled liberal Episcopalianism. But a rather vigorous two-year-old abortion sermon by Ragsdale, assertive even by her standards, has overshadowed her recent appointment. "Abortion is a blessing and our work is not done!" she repeatedly exclaimed at a rally in defense of an abortion clinic...
  • Remarks of the Rev. Katherine Hancock Ragsdale, Birmingham, AL (BARF Alert)

    05/06/2009 8:18:17 AM PDT · by markomalley · 22 replies · 1,856+ views
    NARAL Pro-Choice Texas ^ | 7/21/2007 | "Rev." Katherine Hancock Ragsdale
    Well Operation Save America came, they saw, they harassed, and they annoyed; but they did not close the clinic. The clinic stayed open, no patients were turned away, and the doors never closed. We remain victorious. And that victory is a good thing – but, make no mistake, even though OSA has gone home; our work is not done. If we were to leave this park and discover that clinic violence had become a thing of the past, never to plague us again, that would be a very good thing, indeed; but, still, our work would not be done. If...
  • Signs G.O.P. Is Rethinking Stance on Gay Marriage

    04/28/2009 10:20:05 AM PDT · by DesertRenegade · 76 replies · 2,604+ views
    The New York Times ^ | April 28, 2009 | Adam Nagourney
    It was only five years ago that opposition to gay marriage was so strong that Republicans explicitly turned to the issue as a way to energize conservative voters. Yet today, as the party contemplates the task of rebuilding itself, some Republicans say the issue of gay marriage may be turning into more of a hindrance than a help. The fact that a run of states have legalized gay marriage in recent months — either by court decision or by legislative action — with little backlash is only one indication of how public attitudes about this subject appear to be changing....
  • Murdering Miss California?

    04/26/2009 4:51:46 PM PDT · by Scanian · 20 replies · 1,265+ views
    The American Thinker Blog ^ | April 26, 2009 | Thomas Lifson
    Carrie Prejean, whose now famous answer on homosexual unions cost her the Miss USA crown, apparently has the power to inspire murderous fantasies from the powerful. Something very odd is afoot in the culture (and not just American culture), when an opinion shared by a majority of voters in most states inspires worldwide rage. The following comes from a senior Tory MP: Mr Duncan, who had earlier in the show revealed his ambition to become Home Secretary, was discussing American Beauty Queen Carrie Prejean's belief that same sex marriages were wrong. And the MP called her a "silly b***h" and...
  • The 'blessing' of abortion Katherine Ragsdale and the worship of "me, me, me"

    04/25/2009 3:51:47 AM PDT · by rhema · 31 replies · 1,341+ views
    WORLD ^ | 5/9/09 | Marvin Olasky
    "Abortion is a blessing and our work is not done. Let me hear you say it: abortion is a blessing and our work is not done. Abortion is a blessing and our work is not done. Abortion is a blessing and our work is not done." That was the Rev. Katherine Hancock Ragsdale in 2007, repetitiously inciting her disciples to be not just pro-choice but fanatically pro-abortion. This is significant because, according to standard journalistic stylebooks, Ragsdale does not exist. We're told that pro-choice folks don't like abortion; they're just trying to help a woman facing tragedy. Ragsdale, though, says...
  • Miley Cyrus Speaks Up About Gay Rights

    04/21/2009 12:31:02 PM PDT · by lewisglad · 109 replies · 3,721+ views
    Ohnotheydidnt ^ | 3:00 pm / Apr 21st, 2009
    So by now we're pretty much all familiar with Ms. California's response to Perez Hilton's question at the Miss USA Pageant the other night, she just doesn't believe in "opposite marriage," (no offense to the gays) This ain't cool with Miley, and she's going to let the world know.mileycyrus: I'm sad that people use god and religion as an excuse 2 hate, discriminate and deny gays and lesbians equality under the law Later when Perez Hilton asked her to make a specific stand Miley replied with: 'I believe everyone has the right to be happy, that's all i'm saying' Mock...
  • Why Meghan McCain Is Right

    04/21/2009 9:18:48 AM PDT · by AJKauf · 68 replies · 1,739+ views
    Pajamas Media ^ | April 21 | Jazz Shaw
    Meghan McCain, whose father apparently ran for some political office at one time, certainly knows how to attract attention. Unfortunately, at least among doctrinaire Republicans, it’s generally of the wrong sort. Her most recent outing was a speech delivered to the Log Cabin Republicans’ 2009 convention. In an occasionally rambling but hopeful address, Ms. McCain drew fire from the punditry for daring to give voice to an ugly truth which many party loyalists would rather not contemplate: if the ideological purists of the GOP — particularly the social conservatives — wish to thin the herd by driving all the RINOs...
  • GOP Should Remove ‘Traditional Marriage’ Plank from Party Platform, Whitman Says

    04/20/2009 5:21:53 AM PDT · by kellynla · 125 replies · 3,420+ views
    cnsnews.com ^ | April 20, 2009 | Josiah Ryan
    The government should have no say about marriage, and the plank in the Republican Party platform that calls for preserving marriage between a man and a woman should be scrapped, former New Jersey Gov. Christine Todd Whitman (R) told CNSNews.com. Furthermore, the U.S. military should not differentiate between homosexuals and heterosexuals, said Whitman. The former governor spoke Friday at the Log Cabin Republicans’ (LCR) 2009 convention and symposium in Washington, D.C. The Log Cabin Republicans are a group that seeks to promote homosexual and lesbian concerns within the GOP. In her speech, Whitman spoke about how inclusion can help the...
  • Gay Activist Desecrates Bible - (Where's the media?)

    04/19/2009 6:39:56 PM PDT · by Gordon Greene · 25 replies · 1,040+ views
    Foxnation ^ | April 19, 2009 | Foxnation
    For some reason something can happen to the Koran and everyone's all up in arms... Here's a homo-Same sex marriage activist desecrating the Bible. (Follow the link for video).Where's the national media???
  • Homosexual agenda 'tramples' religious freedom

    04/17/2009 11:03:49 AM PDT · by DesertRenegade · 5 replies · 531+ views
    One News Now ^ | April 17, 2009 | Pete Chagnon
    A pro-family leader says it will only be a matter of time before Vermont's homosexual "marriage" law will be challenged in court. Vermont's new law allowing homosexuals to "marry" contains strong religious exemptions. It states that members of the clergy are not required to "solemnize any marriage" and that the refusal to do so "shall not create any civil claim or cause of action." The law also states that any religious organization within the state will be exempt from providing goods, services, and benefits if those items are requested as part of a solemnization or celebration of a marriage that...
  • Same-sex "marriage" advocate (in NH) desecrates Bible in public

    04/16/2009 8:34:53 PM PDT · by Pyro7480 · 35 replies · 1,117+ views
    As volunteers with the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property (TFP) rallied for traditional marriage in Concord, New Hampshire, a pro-homosexual advocate desecrated a Bible, shouting obscene anti-Catholic slurs.
  • The politics of gay bashing

    04/15/2009 9:08:42 PM PDT · by Maelstorm · 9 replies · 644+ views
    http://www.seacoastonline.com ^ | April 12, 2009 | By D. Allan Kerr
    Here across the northeast tip of the United States, where we pride ourselves in like-it-or-stick-it Yankee independence, individuals are toiling to extend marriage equality to the homosexual community. This week, somewhat shockingly, they achieved success in Vermont. Now we will see if Maine and New Hampshire can squash the serpent of fear as well. If I hadn't already chosen a side in this debate, the comments I've heard in recent weeks from opponents of the three bills would have been enough to make me an entrenched defender of the proposals. When the New Hampshire House of Representatives voted last month...
  • Gay, Pro-Abortion Episcopal Seminary Pres.'Worst of Post-Modern Church'

    04/13/2009 3:24:40 PM PDT · by tcg · 39 replies · 2,005+ views
    Catholic Online ^ | 4/14/09 | David W. Virtue
    The announcement that the Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge, MA, has chosen a lesbian, pro-abortion president to lead the seminary has sent shock waves around the Anglican Communion. The appointment of Katherine Hancock Ragsdale highlights a week that also saw TEC bishop-elect Kevin Thew Forrester replace a reading from the New Testament with a reading from the Quran at St. Paul's Marquette, Michigan. One wonders what Episcopal boundaries and barriers have yet to be crossed that the dying embers of historic Christianity could possibly fan into life. That the Diocese of Massachusetts has a functioning transgendered priest complete with a...
  • UK: Roman Catholic adoption agencies cut ties with church over gay equality laws

    04/12/2009 9:58:41 AM PDT · by Stoat · 19 replies · 1,412+ views
    The Daily Mail (U.K.) / various ^ | April 12, 2009 | Steve Doughty
    A majority of Roman Catholic adoption agencies have cut their ties with the Church rather than defy gay equality laws. Five agencies have declared themselves independent - and some have changed their names - to comply with laws that say they must allow homosexual couples to adopt children.The retreat ends decades in which the adoption charities have worked in the name of the Catholic Church with support from dioceses, clergy and congregations.The decision to end the formal connection with the Church follows a deadline set by the Government for charities to comply with the 2007 Sexual Orientation Regulations. These...
  • [Rick] Warren waver on Prop 8 stuns leaders [lukewarm]

    04/10/2009 8:09:04 PM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 74 replies · 2,230+ views
    Stance about-face at issue. BY JULIA DUIN Evangelical leaders say they are bewildered and stunned by the Rev. Rick Warren's apparent turnaround on gay marriage after the famous California pastor said earlier this week that he was not a proponent of California's Proposition 8. Mr. Warren told CNN's Larry King on Monday that he "never once even gave an endorsement" of the proposition, which said marriage in the state could only involve one man and one woman. The measure won at the polls last November by a close margin, in effect negating an earlier California Supreme Court ruling allowing gay...
  • Tony Blair Tells The Pope: You're Wrong On Homosexuality

    04/07/2009 6:47:35 PM PDT · by Steelfish · 55 replies · 2,698+ views
    London Times ^ | April 07, 2009
    From The Times April 8, 2009 Tony Blair tells the Pope: you're wrong on homosexuality Ruth Gledhill, Religion Correspondent Tony Blair has challenged the “entrenched” attitudes of the Pope on homosexuality, and argued that it is time for him to “rethink” his views. Speaking to the gay magazine Attitude, the former Prime Minister, himself now a Roman Catholic, said that he wanted to urge religious figures everywhere to reinterpret their religious texts to see them as metaphorical, not literal, and suggested that in time this would make all religious groups accept gay people as equals. Asked about the Pope’s stance,...