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  • Home Deopt plans to celebrate Gay Pride...(Vanity...Utah)

    05/28/2008 11:36:20 AM PDT · by The Axis Effect · 121 replies · 966+ views
    A Home Depot store in Utah plans to celebrate Gay pride in the Store with decorations of Rainbows and employee Tee shirts announcing gay pride. Inside sources say that this is something that will be devastating to business as most of the customer base tends to be on the Right side of the issue as they are mostly religious people. I am actively involved in this business and i dont want to be a part of it bacuae this is contrary to my belief and would like advice from more experienced FReepers on how best to disrupt these outrageous plans...
  • F***ing with Freepers: Sex catapults me to the big time

    01/14/2005 7:57:27 AM PST · by madprof98 · 556 replies · 11,907+ views
    Creative Loafing (Atlanta) ^ | 1/13/05 | CLIFF BOSTOCK
    Woo hoo! I've made the big time. Last month, the website Free Republic featured a thread about my Nov. 18 column, "Queers Who Don't Act Right." You probably don't know much about Free Republic unless you are a right-wing lunatic. Free Republic is so far right that wing-nut gay muckraker Matt Drudge and Lucianne Goldberg, one of the architects of the Clinton-Monica Lewinsky brouhaha, both left the site in 1999 because it was too extreme, even for them. In the years since, the site has become the contemporary version of a marathon meeting of the old John Birch Society and...
  • SpongeBob, Barney promote 'gay tolerance (FedEx to Sponsor in Gov't Schools)

    01/08/2005 7:02:35 AM PST · by NYer · 510 replies · 21,519+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | January 6, 2005
    In a new video to be distributed to 61,000 schools across the nation, homosexual activists are using popular children's TV characters such as SpongeBob SquarePants and Barney the dinosaur to surreptitiously indoctrinate young children into their lifestyle, a pro-family activist group charges. SpongeBob Squarepants is one of the popular children's TV characters appearing in a new 'tolerance' video. Based on the 1970s hit song "We Are Family," the video will be distributed to public and private elementary schools nationwide March 11, along with lesson plans for teachers, points out the American Family Association. The distribution, sponsored by FedEx, will coincide...
  • Same-Sex Marriage - A Threat To Whom?

    12/23/2004 7:40:45 AM PST · by Ernie.cal · 706 replies · 7,604+ views
    12-23-04 | Ernie1241
    I have read many messages which object to same-sex marriage but I am still waiting to learn what specific adverse consequences opponents of gay marriage anticipate to result from its legalization. In other words, suppose same-sex marriage becomes law during 2005. By 2010 or 2015 what specific indisputable adverse consequences to society do opponents predict to occur? With respect to those critics of same-sex marriage who refer to "God's law" and "procreation" --- do they believe that heterosexual couples who cannot have children, or who do not wish to have children, should also NOT be allowed to marry? The essence...
  • The trouble with hate crimes: Joseph Farah exposes dark underbelly of homosexual lifestyle

    12/12/2004 11:36:48 PM PST · by JohnHuang2 · 135 replies · 3,509+ views
    WorldNetDaily.com ^ | Monday, December 13, 2004 | Joseph Farah
    Monday, December 13, 2004 The trouble with hate crimes Posted: December 13, 20041:00 a.m. Eastern Editor's note: Parent's are advised that the following column contains information that may not be appropriate for children. By Joseph Farah © 2004 WorldNetDaily.com His parents thought he was working as a hair stylist on weekends. But when Prairie Grove, Ark., police responded to a 911 emergency call at 5 a.m., Sept. 26, 1999, they found 13-year-old Jesse Dirkhising on the floor, unconscious, near death, one of his wrists bound with duct tape. His genitals and abdomen were covered with feces. His mouth was blue. He had...
  • ABC "Family" Channel Christmas Programming

    12/02/2004 6:16:51 PM PST · by Washi · 14 replies · 1,797+ views
    Is anyone else trying to watch the Christmas programming on "ABC Family"? There are several good programs on, many of them are the old Clay-mation Christmas shows that I remember from my childhood. And before I get bashed for not knowing that Jesus is the reason for the season, I do. But I also know that these are good, wholesome classics and are a Christmas tradition in my family. The problem is: nearly every commercial break contains a plug for the "ABC Family" show "Degrassi High", which appears to be aimed at teenagers and has at least one positively-portrayed gay...
  • Shocking Questions: Yes, There Are Answers (Warning: graphic sexual content)

    12/04/2004 5:17:59 PM PST · by Mr. Silverback · 193 replies · 9,699+ views
    BreakPoint with Chuck Colson ^ | December 3, 2004 | Chuck Colson
    Note: The following commentary includes graphic descriptions. This is not suitable for children. “I’m at my wits’ end,” the young woman wrote. “I’ve asked pastors, friends, parents, God, and message boards this question and still haven’t received an intelligent answer that I can live with. Why are homosexual acts wrong? I’m a Christian and believe in the Bible, but this part always stumps me.” According to my friend, Dr. J. Budziszewski, author of the excellent new book, Ask Me Anything: Provocative Answers for College Students, disturbing questions like this show that church leaders aren’t providing young people with the whole...
  • New Hampshire Supreme Court: Gay Sex Not Adultery (Dumbing down deviancy!)

    11/07/2003 12:35:42 PM PST · by carlo3b · 257 replies · 2,428+ views
    Wnne31, The Associated Press. ^ | November 7, 2003 | AP
      Supreme Court: Gay Sex Not AdulteryDecision Comes In Divorce AppealPOSTED: 11:55 a.m. EST November 7, 2003CONCORD, N.H. -- If a married woman has sex with another woman, is that adultery? The New Hampshire Supreme Court says no. The court was asked to review a divorce case in which a husband accused his wife of adultery after she had a sexual relationship with another woman. Any finding that one spouse is at fault in the break-up of a marriage can change how the court divides the couple's property. Robin Mayer, of Brownsville, Vt., was named in the divorce proceedings of...
  • "Sexually Inclusive Christians" Celebrate Victories, Push for More

    08/30/2003 5:48:16 PM PDT · by xzins · 377 replies · 2,463+ views
    "Sexually Inclusive Christians" Celebrate Victories, Push for More Mark Tooley August 22, 2003 When arguing for church acceptance of homosexuality, most advocates talk about monogamy. But others are bolder. “I am a strong ally of those in healthy, polyamorous relationships,” declared Debra Kolodny. She argued that having multiple sexual partners can be “holy.” Kolodyn was leading a workshop at the WOW (Witness Our Welcome) 2003 convention, an ecumenical gathering for “sexually and gender inclusive Christians.” Hundreds of homosexual, bisexual, and heterosexual people gathered under the “queer” banner in Philadelphia August 14-17 to urge religious acceptance of non-traditional sexual behaviors. According...
  • Christians Thrown Out: Baseball Execs Eject Biblical Message from Homosexual Event

    08/18/2003 4:02:13 PM PDT · by truthandlife · 230 replies · 600+ views
    Agape Press ^ | 8/18/03 | Jim Brown
    Four Christians were recently kicked out of Veterans Stadium during the Philadelphia Phillies' "Gay Community Day." Last Tuesday, Michael Marcavage and three friends brought a banner to the ballpark that read "Homosexuality is sin, Christ can set you free." He says their intention was to share that biblical message of hope with homosexuals who were at the stadium. [See Earlier Story] Seven minutes after unfurling their banner from their centerfield seats, however, the group was approached by security. Marcavage says the four were told that they could not display their banner. "They basically said that the [Phillies] executives said this...
  • Let BRAVO Know What You THINK About Their Homosexual Agenda!

    07/29/2003 6:25:52 AM PDT · by Kieri · 810 replies · 919+ views
    07/29/03 | Kieri
    This morning I decided to let BRAVO have an earful. Here is my email:"As a DirecTV subscriber, I am notifying you I am permanently blocking BRAVO from my menu on my DSS receiver.Your push for homosexual-'friendly' programming demonstrates your pandering to an audience that exhibits behavior that is not only detrimental to their own health, but the health and safety of families everywhere. I refuse to risk allowing my children to see promo material on your channel, so I find it necessary to block BRAVO and will encourage others to do so. Your advertisers will no longer reach me or...
  • ZzzzOT! Gayness Is Niceness

    07/23/2003 2:36:58 PM PDT · by Big Gay Al · 87 replies · 315+ views
    Is it Just me or are most Americans Gay .. and just too afraid to admit it.... Hell, I'm Gay .. and I'm American ..... ! We Won The War ... but did we get Laid ?.. Hell No ... ll them Sandy Beaches and we got nothing
  • Exactly what is the gay 'agenda' and 'lifestyle'?

    07/15/2003 10:41:28 AM PDT · by gcruse · 279 replies · 1,017+ views
    Amarillo Globe News ^ | July 15, 2003 | Greg Sagan
    I'm with David Horsley. If there is such a thing as a "gay agenda" I must be one of its supporters by default. I've never been "recruited" for this cause; never received any political material describing the agenda, the forces opposed to it, or how it will prevail in the law and the institutions of America; and I've never attended any meetings suggesting my heterosexual predilection is a target for gay subversion. But there are people out there with whom I disagree who tell me that gays of both genders are promoting this "agenda," and the demand that gays...
  • Savage Fired After Anti-Gay Remarks to Yolo County Man

    07/09/2003 8:17:37 AM PDT · by republicofdavis · 146 replies · 1,518+ views
    Sacramento Bee ^ | July 8, 2003 | J. Freedom duLac
    Bob Foster, the rural Yolo County man who has taken to terrorizing TV and radio shows with prank phone calls, says his hobby "is all about getting a reaction." But this may be more than he bargained for. On Saturday, Foster called Michael Savage's live MSNBC show to mention a favorite radio duo, Don and Mike. Savage was apparently not amused and made a series of homophobic comments to Foster on the air. On Monday, news broke that the controversial broadcast personality had been fired by MSNBC. And it wasn't long before Foster began to feel the wrath of Savage...
  • A Fundamental Constitutional Right To Have Sex With Children, Too?

    07/08/2003 7:08:39 AM PDT · by F_Cohen · 339 replies · 617+ views
    Toogood Reports ^ | July 8 | Lowell Phillips
    Is It A Fundamental Constitutional Right To Have Sex With Children, Too? By Lowell Phillips Tuesday July 8, 2003 Toogood Reports "This is a glorious and beautiful time to be queer." Don't start hammering out the hate mail just yet. Those aren't my words, but those of a bona fide "gay rights" activist. Amid the orgy of celebration (pun intended) following the Supreme Court's 6-3 ruling in Lawrence v. Texas, striking down sodomy laws, Molly McKay, spokeswoman for Marriage Equality California proclaimed, "This month has been filled with hope... This is a glorious and beautiful time to be queer." Few...
  • MSNBC Fires Host Savage for Wishing AIDS on Caller

    07/07/2003 7:47:45 PM PDT · by El Conservador · 116 replies · 516+ views
    Yahoo! News ^ | July 7, 2003 | Ben Berkowitz
    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Cable news channel MSNBC on Monday fired Michael Savage after the controversial talk show host wished AIDS (news - web sites) on a caller whom he dismissed as "one of the sodomites." Savage had been under fire from gay rights groups since February when the network announced it had hired the conservative commentator to host a TV version of his popular talk radio show. Saturday's episode of "The Savage Nation," his 15th since the program's debut in March, featured Savage discussing air travel with callers. One caller began discussing his experiences, and after an unintelligible part...
  • MSNBC fires Savage after anti-gay remarks

    07/07/2003 1:11:21 PM PDT · by sakic · 977 replies · 1,737+ views
    Associated Press ^ | Jul. 7, 2003 01:00 PM
    <p>NEW YORK - MSNBC on Monday fired Michael Savage for anti-gay comments.</p> <p>The popular radio talk show host who did a weekend TV show for the cable channel referred to an unidentified caller to his show Saturday as a "sodomite" and said he should "get AIDS and die."</p>
  • San Francisco Gays Whoop It Up Over Court Ruling as reported by Concerned Women for American

    07/04/2003 10:29:47 PM PDT · by rick warrior · 94 replies · 832+ views
    Concerned Women for America ^ | July 2, 2003 | Allyson Smith
    Nudity, Crassness, Perversion on Display as San Francisco Celebrates Legal Sodomy 7/2/2003 By Allyson Smith Anti-Catholic 'Sisters' group takes shot at Vice President Cheney SAN FRANCISCO—Homosexuals were jubilant—and some naked—Sunday, June 29, as they celebrated last week’s Supreme Court ruling overturning Texas’ sodomy law during this city’s 33rd annual “gay pride” parade. This writer witnessed no attempt by city police to arrest those who were publicly nude, and no attempts to urge revelers to cover their private parts. The San Francisco "gay" celebration occurred just two days after President George W. Bush visited the city on a campaign stop to...
  • Justices Void Prison Term Given Gay Teenager in Kansas

    06/27/2003 12:59:10 PM PDT · by Stingray51 · 313 replies · 893+ views
    New York Times ^ | June 27, 2003 | DAVID STOUT
    WASHINGTON, June 27 — In one of the first consequences of its landmark ruling on gay rights on Thursday, the Supreme Court today set aside the lengthy prison sentence imposed on a gay Kansas teenager for having had sex with a younger boy. In a brief order with little elaboration, the court vacated the 17-year sentence imposed in 2000 on the defendant, Matthew Limon, and returned the case to the Kansas courts "for further consideration in light of Lawrence v. Texas." The case of Lawrence v. Texas, which was decided on Thursday and overturned an Texas antisodomy law, upheld the...
  • SCALIA'S MORALITY OF PREJUDICE

    06/26/2003 8:18:40 PM PDT · by Luis Gonzalez · 153 replies · 240+ views
    The Daily Dish - andrewsullivan.com ^ | Thursday, June 26, 2003 | Andrew Sullivan
    SCALIA'S MORALITY OF PREJUDICE: Antonin Scalia's dissent in Lawrence vs Texas is, as usual, interesting and not quite as chock-full of animus toward homosexual dignity as in the past. It comes down to two arguments: that an assertion of "morality" is justification enough for any law anywhere, regardless of its rationality; and that a law that covers only same-sex sodomy is not discriminatory toward homosexuals. Both ideas strike me as wrong. On the first count, surely the government does need to provide some kind of reasonable justification for a law expressing "morality," which doesn't just rely on what people have...
  • Reaction sharp to 'gay' sex ruling: Supreme Court decision said to 'awaken sleeping giant'

    06/26/2003 10:33:43 PM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 463 replies · 347+ views
    WorldNetDaily.com ^ | Friday, June 27, 2003 | Jon Dougherty
    Reaction from groups opposed to "gay" sex was quick and sharp following the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling this morning rejecting a Texas law banning homosexual intercourse, with one organization predicting the decision would "awaken the sleeping giant." "This decision will serve as a wakeup call to the majority of Americans who believe in traditional marriage and oppose same-sex unions," said Mathew D. Staver, president and general counsel of Liberty Counsel, a public-interest law firm that filed a brief urging justices to uphold the law. "Today's decision is a very narrow one because it only applies to laws in a handful...
  • Sick, Twisted People: How Hollywood Portrays Christians

    06/26/2003 11:56:16 AM PDT · by Mr. Silverback · 220 replies · 440+ views
    BreakPoint ^ | 26 June 03 | Chuck Colson
    In the recent film Hannibal, a character named Mason Verger has just one goal in life: to catch up with the cannibal who chewed off his face, and feed him to flesh-eating pigs. It’s a sick and twisted goal—and it may not surprise you to learn that Verger is the film’s only Christian character. Just one more illustration of how Hollywood tends to treat followers of Christ. Sadly, there’s no shortage of other recent examples. In the historical film Quills, about the Marquis de Sade, the vilest sexual behavior is performed by a Catholic priest; de Sade is portrayed as...
  • [SCOTUS: Please Read:] SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE AGAINST SODOMY [---oops, too late...]

    06/26/2003 10:16:44 AM PDT · by Polycarp · 74 replies · 2,060+ views
    Moody News ^ | Moody News
    http://www.moodynews.com/news/Articles/01.03.20SCIE.asp SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE AGAINST SODOMY The Supreme Court, which has agreed to hear a case on sodomy, must take a close look at new scientific evidence that shows why anal intercourse kills people. The Court has agreed to revisit the 1986 ruling that the right to privacy does not protect sexual relations between homosexuals practicing sodomy. The case they are considering is Texas' anti-sodomy law which was used against two Houston men caught having sex during a police raid of one of their apartments following a false report that an armed man was "going crazy." This case comes at a...
  • Any Thoughts On How Homosexuals Will Celebrate Their Big Win in the Supreme Court Today?

    06/26/2003 9:52:12 AM PDT · by AveMaria · 106 replies · 538+ views
    AveMaria
    Today Morning, I received a phone call from a cousin living in San Francisco, who says that she was woken up from her sleep by cheering in the apartment building and street she lives in. Because of the time differences, many in San Francisco received the news of the Supreme Court ruling legalizing sodomy very early, just as they were waking up or having breakfast. Many were still at home and had not yet reported to their places of work. Apparently, the celebrations were so loud, the scenes in my cousin's apartment building resembled a great hometown sporting victory. She...
  • SCOTUS strikes down Texas sodomy ban

    06/26/2003 7:08:23 AM PDT · by Thane_Banquo · 1,733 replies · 3,191+ views
    FOXnews
    SCOTUS sided with the perverts.
  • U.S. Supreme Court rewrites Constitution and 3,000 years of history

    06/26/2003 8:28:58 AM PDT · by Polycarp · 252 replies · 796+ views
    Alliance Defense Fund | 6/26/03 | Richard K. Jefferson
    U.S. Supreme Court rewrites Constitution and 3,000 years of history WASHINGTON – The U.S. Supreme Court today rewrote the U.S. Constitution and 3,000 years of legal history by striking down the Texas sodomy law in a 6-3 decision. The court overrode the Constitution, the history of American law, and its own precedent by declaring in Lawrence v. Texas that there is a right to privacy to protect private, adult consensual sexual activity. Justice Kennedy wrote for the majority, and only Justices Scalia and Thomas and Chief Justice Rhenquist dissented. The majority reasoned, unbelievably, that because of the trend in state...
  • The Great "Gay" Con

    06/23/2003 2:13:00 PM PDT · by Cathryn Crawford · 115 replies · 601+ views
    The Washington Dispatch | June 23, 2003 | Patrick Rooney
    The Great “Gay” Con Exclusive commentary by Patrick Rooney Jun 23, 2003 Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien said last week his country would officially recognize same-sex marriages. The announcement followed court rulings in Canada striking down the country’s definition of marriage because it specified a union between a man and a woman. But it is just the latest action signaling the successful implementation of one of the greatest cons of our time. Homosexuality has historically been seen as anti-God and anti-nature. Society has shunned it, often making light of it to mask its revulsion. Even today, the average person still...
  • Sexual orientation: a state of being, not just a sex act

    06/17/2003 3:36:28 AM PDT · by chance33_98 · 216 replies · 384+ views
    Sexual orientation: a state of being, not just a sex act Joan M. Garry I get uncomfortable talking about sex. As a good Irish-Catholic girl, public discussions of that most private of associations bring out the prude in me. When my school-age kids bring it up, we don't talk about the mechanics, but about love, family, respect, safety, honesty and responsibility. Otherwise, sex is a private matter between my partner and me. So I'm always taken aback when people confuse sexual orientation with what someone does in the bedroom -- as if they could divine what my partner and...
  • 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...
  • Richard Chamberlain Has Been Married For Twenty Years (To a Guy)

    05/30/2003 7:58:18 PM PDT · by dogbyte12 · 175 replies · 8,970+ views
    TV Guide ^ | 5-30-03 | Mary Murphy
    Richard Chamberlain sure knows how to keep a secret. He's a master at it. In the public eye for over 40 years, he has been defined almost entirely by his roles. On screen he was this devastatingly handsome heartthrob, the star of Dr. Kildare and the dreamy king of such exotic miniseries as Shogun and The Thorn Birds. Yet Chamberlain remained a distant figure whose private life was always off-limits. Until now. In an interview with TV Guide, Chamberlain admits that he's gay and that almost 20 years ago he wed another man, Martin Rabbett, who is now his manager....
  • A.P.A. Debates Pedophilia, Gender-Identity Disorder, Sexual Sadism

    05/28/2003 8:54:26 AM PDT · by Remedy · 155 replies · 811+ views
    NARTH ^ | 28 May 2003 | Linda Ames Nicolosi
    "Should These Conditions Be Normalized?" : American Psychiatric Association Symposium Debates Whether Pedophilia, Gender-Identity Disorder, Sexual Sadism Should Remain Mental IllnessesOn Monday, May 19th, 2003 in San Francisco, at a symposium hosted by the American Psychiatric Association, several long-recognized categories of mental illness were discussed for possible removal from the upcoming edition of the psychiatric manual of mental disorders. Among the mental illnesses being debated in the symposium at the APA's annual convention were all the paraphilias--which include pedophilia, exhibitionism, fetishism, transvestism, voyeurism, and sadomasochism. Also being debated was gender-identity disorder, a condition in which a person feels persistent discomfort...
  • Sen. Santorum . . .Tells Christendom Grads To Rebel Against Pop Culture

    05/27/2003 11:25:49 AM PDT · by Remedy · 54 replies · 1,979+ views
    The Wanderer ^ | Issue Date May 29, 2003 | TOM McFADDEN
    FRONT ROYAL, Va. — "We need to summon the moral strength to create a civilization of peace and justice, and of course, of love," said U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum (R., Pa.) to Christendom College’s graduating class of 2003. "This is where you come in. I believe of all the great gifts God has given to the young, the greatest of these are energy, idealism, and rebelliousness. I want to challenge each and every one of you to be a radical, to be a rebel, to rebel against the popular culture. Your task will not be an easy one. You must...
  • Anti-sodomy laws violate individual liberties

    05/11/2003 7:04:33 AM PDT · by RJCogburn · 471 replies · 737+ views
    The NH Sunday News ^ | 5/11/03 | Deroy Murdock
    IN AN April 30 essay titled "The Libertarian Question," my fellow National Review Online contributing editor Stanley Kurtz argues that laws against sodomy, adultery and incest should remain on the books largely to protect the institution of heterosexual marriage. By stigmatizing sexual relations outside that institution, Kurtz believes "the taboo on non-marital and non-reproductive sexuality helps to cement marital unions, and helps prevent acts of adultery that would tear those unions apart." Kurtz also states that keeping adult incest illegal will reduce the odds of sex between adults and their minor relatives. Anti-pedophilia laws, virtually everyone agrees, should be energetically...
  • Homosexual Groups Admit ‘10%’ Figure Is Wrong

    05/12/2003 9:23:01 AM PDT · by Remedy · 284 replies · 797+ views
    Traditional Values Coalition ^ | Friday, May 09 @ 15:27:45 CDT | Traditional Values Coalition
    Summary: In fighting to overturn a Texas law against homosexual sodomy, homosexual activists have quietly admitted that their claim that 10% of the population is homosexual is wrong.In what will go down as one of the most underreported stories of the year, homosexual activists fighting against a sodomy law in Texas have admitted in a legal brief that 10% of the population is not homosexual. The 10% claim has been used for more than 20 years to push the homosexual agenda—and to recruit public school children into the homosexual deathstyle. The admission that the 10% figure is wrong appeared in...
  • Santorum: Confused, bigoted, disturbing [How did the Phila. area end up with so many lefty rags?]

    05/05/2003 7:21:20 PM PDT · by foreverfree · 40 replies · 304+ views
    Delaware County (PA) Daily Times ^ | 5/5/03 | Daily Times editorial board
    Editorial: Santorum: Confused, bigoted, disturbing May 05, 2003 Oh Santorum, you’ve done it again. In his own myopic Mr. Magoo fashion, U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Pa.) has once again shown just how confused he is when it comes to navigating in the real world. But unlike the famous cartoon character, Santorum is neither charming nor funny. In fact, downright disturbing is the best way to describe this federal legislator, considering his recent remarks regarding homosexual Americans. Two weeks ago, in an interview with The Associated Press, he said he believed state lawmakers had the right to ban gay sex or...
  • Kennedy, LIBERAL REPUBLICANS, Urge Protection for Homosexuals

    05/06/2003 8:32:40 AM PDT · by Polycarp · 395 replies · 951+ views
    Cybercast News Service. ^ | May 05, 2003 | Lawrence Morahan
    Kennedy, Liberal Republicans Urge Protection for Homosexuals By Lawrence Morahan CNSNews.com Senior Staff Writer May 05, 2003 (CNSNews.com) - With the support of liberal Republicans, Sen. Edward Kennedy (D-Mass.) has reintroduced legislation that would expand federal hate crime laws to include crimes motivated by a victim's "sexual orientation." Co-sponsored by Republican Sens. Arlen Specter (Pa.) and Gordon Smith (Ore.), Kennedy's bill would add the new classification to existing laws that target violence because of race and religion, in effect granting special protection to homosexuals as a class of people. The bill, titled the Local Law Enforcement Enhancement Act of...
  • Santorum Crisis Exposes Republican Weakness

    04/28/2003 2:25:50 PM PDT · by Remedy · 309 replies · 722+ views
    The Pro-Family Law Center ^ | 29-Apr-2003 | Scott Lively
    The Rick Santorum controversy has illuminated a serious problem in the Republican Party: its leaders seem woefully ill-prepared to defend the pro-family position on homosexuality. As an attorney who trains pro-family activists how to debate this issue, I would like to offer my fellow Republicans the following advice. First, don't dodge the issue in fear of political correctness or pro-"gay" media bias. Stand confidently upon the essential pro-family presuppositions that resonate with people of common sense: 1) normality is that which functions according to its design, 2) the heterosexual design of the human body and the natural family is self-evident,...
  • Santorum is Right, and You Should Be Supporting Him: An Explanation of Lawrence v. Texas

    04/26/2003 12:28:27 PM PDT · by The Old Hoosier · 707 replies · 572+ views
    Serious Vanity | 4-26 | TOH
    With the recent publicity surrounding Sen. Rick Santorum's remarks on the issue of sodomy, almost everyone on FR must be familiar by now with the Supreme Court case Lawrence v. Texas.Petitioner Lawrence and his special friend are trying to overturn a Texas law against homosexual sodomy. There are two issues in this case: 1) Is there a constitutional right for any two adults to engage in any kind of consensual sex, as long as it's behind closed doors? The petitioners say yes, there is, and are asking the court to agree. 2) Does it violate the 14th amendment's guarantee of...