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  • Suspension for 'anti-gay' opinion upheld

    02/05/2004 8:20:26 PM PST · by scripter · 40 replies · 340+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | February 5, 2004
    A teacher suspended because he wrote published letters critical of homosexual behavior was properly punished with a one-month suspension, the British Columbia Supreme Court ruled. As WorldNetDaily reported, Chris Kempling of Quesnel, British Columbia, was found guilty of unbecoming conduct by the B.C. College of Teachers. The panel asserted his letters to the editor, a research paper and other correspondence contained "discriminatory and derogatory statements against homosexuals." Teacher Chris Kempling (Vancouver Sun) Though none of the statements in question were made in class, the panel said the writings indicated the veteran teacher's attitude could poison the class environment. One Kempling...
  • Mayor says anti-gay charter amendment gives Cincinnati national image as an "intolerant city"

    02/02/2004 8:07:27 AM PST · by yankeedame · 7 replies · 189+ views
    The Cincinnati Enquirer ^ | Monday, February 2, 2004 | Gregory Korte
    Monday, February 2, 2004 Luken makes call for tolerance -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- He backs repeal of city's Article XII By Gregory Korte The Cincinnati EnquirerDOWNTOWN - Cincinnati Mayor Charlie Luken will use his State of the City Address today to urge voters to repeal a decade-old charter amendment forbidding a gay rights ordinance. Cincinnati mayor Charlie Luken speaks with a Cincinnati resident Saturday at the Neighborhood Summit in the Cintas Center. (Meggan Booker photo) Luken will say the charter amendment gives Cincinnati a national image as an intolerant city and hurts the city's ability to be competitive among global businesses that increasingly...
  • Man was convicted of raping and sodomizing a 6-month-old boy and fracturing the baby's skull

    01/31/2004 6:05:00 PM PST · by Federalist 78 · 36 replies · 627+ views ^ | Saturday 31 January, 2004 | The Associated Press
    Ryan McAfee, 19, of Johnstown, was convicted Wednesday by a Cambria County jury of rape, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse and related offenses. He faces at least five years in prison and possibly more than 70 years at his scheduled Feb. 10 sentencing.The assault happened a year ago. McAfee isn't related to the baby but knew the child's 19-year-old mother, who wasn't charged.McAfee did not testify, but as he was led from the courtroom he denied assaulting the child. Police said that at one point, McAfee told police, "I did it," but then denied doing so. McAfee did admit that he...
  • Homosexual Activists Sue Spanish Cardinal Over Homily

    01/09/2004 8:04:23 AM PST · by marshmallow · 21 replies · 208+ views
    EWTN ^ | 1/8/04
    Madrid, Jan. 8 ( - The Spanish homosexual activist group Popular Gay Platform has launched a lawsuit against Cardinal Antonio Maria Rouco Varela of Madrid for a homily he gave in his cathedral on the Sunday after Christmas-- the feast of the Holy Family. In his homily the cardinal explained that to provide the benefits of marriage to "all types of unions, including those by nature unable to have children, will result in the systematic destruction of the social security system." He said social security is best served by "the fecund love of the Christian family." The cardinal asked, "How...
  • A Constitutional Amendment to Ban Gay Marriages

    01/05/2004 9:25:34 PM PST · by RWR8189 · 18 replies · 377+ views
    Gallup News Service ^ | January 6, 2004 | David W. Moore
    On a National Public Radio broadcast just before Christmas, two experienced pollsters presented conflicting evidence about the public's support for a constitutional amendment that would make gay marriages illegal. A CBS News poll, reported by Kathy Frankovic, showed Americans favoring such an amendment by a 15-point margin, while a poll by the University of Pennsylvania's Annenberg Center, reported by Adam Clymer, found Americans opposed by a 12-point margin.The issue has become especially salient after last November's ruling by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, which said that government attorneys had "failed to identify any constitutionally adequate reason" to deny lesbian and...
  • Bush marriage stance not 'clear'

    12/18/2003 8:51:51 AM PST · by RogerFGay · 75 replies · 218+ views
    THE WASHINGTON TIMES ^ | December 18, 2003 | Stephen Dinan
    <p>Pro-family groups said yesterday that President Bush "drove a wedge" into their efforts to protect marriage by seeming to accept homosexual civil unions, even as he said he could support an amendment defining marriage as solely between a man and woman.</p>
  • Bush's gay-marriage tack risks clash with his base (and a poll)

    12/17/2003 8:08:22 PM PST · by knak · 171 replies · 223+ views
    usa today ^ | 12/17/03
    <p>WASHINGTON — President Bush is trying to walk a fine line on the question of gay marriage, which is supplanting abortion as the most volatile social issue in next year's presidential election.</p> <p>A USA TODAY/CNN/Gallup Poll conducted Monday and Tuesday underscored the perils of Bush's approach. It showed the intensity of feeling among those who oppose same-sex unions.</p>
  • Bush Says He Could Back Gay Marriage Ban

    12/17/2003 6:34:02 AM PST · by Happy2BMe · 44 replies · 372+ views
    Dec 16, 9:45 PM (ET) By JENNIFER LOVEN (AP) President Bush waves to reporters after attending the Diplomatic Corps Holiday Reception on...Full Image WASHINGTON (AP) - President Bush said Tuesday that he could support a constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage. The Massachusetts Supreme Court last month struck down that state's ban on same-sex marriage, saying it is unconstitutional and giving state lawmakers six months to craft a way for gay couples to wed. Bush has condemned the ruling before, citing his support for a federal definition of marriage as a solely man-woman union. On Tuesday, he criticized it as...

    12/15/2003 7:08:27 AM PST · by FeliciaCat · 35 replies · 301+ views
    The New York Post ^ | 12/15/03 | LARRY CELONA and CYNTHIA R. FAGEN
    <p>December 15, 2003 -- A 22-year-old transvestite was in critical condition yesterday after he hacked off his penis, then lied and told cops he was the victim of a hate crime. The man, who was not identified because of the nature of the crime, was in critical condition yesterday after doctors at Harlem Hospital Center were unsuccessful in reattaching his penis. Police said the man initially claimed it was a berserk gypsy cab driver who had severed his penis in a fit of rage.</p>
  • Bush Says He Could Support Ban On Gay Marriage

    12/16/2003 5:11:13 PM PST · by 11th Earl of Mar · 76 replies · 1,522+ views
    AP ^ | 12/16/03
    ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON (AP) - President Bush said Tuesday that he could support a constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage. The Massachusetts Supreme Court last month struck down that state's ban on same-sex marriage, saying it is unconstitutional and giving state lawmakers six months to craft a way for gay couples to wed. Bush has condemned the ruling before, citing his support for a federal definition of marriage as a solely man-woman union. But though he has said he would support whatever is "legally necessary to defend the sanctity of marriage," he and his advisers have shied away from specifically...
  • Ex-scout leader jailed on sex abuse charges

    12/16/2003 5:26:41 AM PST · by Behind Liberal Lines · 8 replies · 249+ views
    VICTOR NY— A former Boy Scout leader has been jailed in lieu of $20,000 cash bail after he was charged with sexually assaulting and photographing a sexual session he had with a 12-year-old boy more than two years ago. Police said that Patrick Monahan, 46, of 10 Alpine Way said during a police interview that he molested at least two others while a Scout leader more than two decades ago. State police said that he was arrested after the youth, now 15, reported the incident. Monahan was charged with use of a child in a sexual performance, a felony, and...
  • Pastor Leads Christian Movement Opposing Homosexual Agenda in NC Schools

    12/15/2003 7:16:16 PM PST · by Kuksool · 53 replies · 4,130+ views
    American Family Association ^ | December 15, 2003 | Jim Brown
    A coalition of evangelical Christians has successfully fended off a campaign by homosexual activists in one North Carolina school district. Members of the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) have been pressuring the Winston-Salem/Forsyth School Board to include "sexual orientation" and "gender identity" in the district's nondiscrimination policy. However, the board recently decided not to revise its policy. Pastor Ron Baity of Berean Baptist Church in Winston-Salem led a coalition of Christians that opposed the pro-homosexual effort. He says for a long time homosexual activists, and especially the GLSEN crowd, have been coming to the school board meetings and...
  • Black gays launch ‘marriage equality’ campaign

    12/12/2003 10:25:12 AM PST · by TaxPayer2000 · 27 replies · 440+ views ^ | Friday, December 12, 2003 | LOU CHIBBARO
    $100,000 advertising campaign to promote support for gay rights By LOU CHIBBARO Friday, December 12, 2003 A newly formed coalition of African-American gay leaders announced plans this week for a $100,000 media campaign to promote support in the black community for same-sex marriage and to fight a constitutional amendment banning such marriages. At a Dec. 8 news conference in Washington, D.C., members of the National Black Justice Coalition said their goal, among other things, is to refute claims by anti-gay groups that the majority of African Americans oppose same-sex marriage. “Do not be fooled by a few recent poll numbers...
  • Compassionate Society Should Discourage Deadly Homosexual Behavior

    12/12/2003 11:39:40 AM PST · by Laissez-faire capitalist · 111 replies · 1,215+ views
    American Family Association ^ | March 19, 2001 | Gary Glenn, State Director AFA/Michigan
    The New England Journal of Medicine reports that men who smoke risk cutting 7.3 years off their lives. Oxford University's International Journal of Epidimiology, 1997, reports "...Life expectancy at age 20 years for gay and bisexual men is 8 to 20 years less than for all men...nearly half of gay and bisexual men currently aged 20 years will not reach their 65th birthday. Judging by the years at risk, homosexual activity is up to three times deadlier than smoking. Click on the link and you will be directed to where you can click on another link to see the official...
  • Queer allies-alliance between gay marriage opponents, alleged terrorist sympathizers

    12/02/2003 5:27:01 AM PST · by SJackson · 20 replies · 201+ views
    Jewish World Review ^ | 11-2-03 | Evan Gahr
    The little-noticed alliance between gay marriage opponents and alleged terrorist sympathizers. What were these people thinking? The Massachusetts Supreme Court decision to legalize homosexual marriage in the Bay state re-ignited the culture wars. The Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism, perhaps the preeminent liberal Jewish organization in Washington, DC, applauded the ruling. Religious-minded conservatives, however, were horrified. They are determined to stop the gay rights movement in its tracks. At what price? has discovered that prominent religious conservatives — Jews, Catholics and Evangelical Christians — are allied with a radical Islamic group to stop gay marriage. Pushing a constitutional...
  • Fallen Angel [The Rise and Fall of GayChurch]

    12/10/2003 7:46:35 PM PST · by B-Chan · 21 replies · 353+ views
    The Dallas Observer ^ | 4 December 2003 | J.D. Sparks
    Fallen AngelUnder the Reverend Michael Piazza, the world's largest gay and lesbian church soared, only to tumble into divisiveness and anger BY J.D. SPARKS ––––––––People flocked by the hundreds to Cathedral of Hope to hear the sermons of senior pastor Michael Piazza. –––––––– Preparation for Sunday-morning services at the Cathedral of Hope resembles backstage on opening night of a Broadway production. The halls bustle with activity as volunteer coordinators and staff tick off their to-do lists. Everything must be perfect, from preparing urns of coffee to ushering in latecomers to ordering multimedia presentations that flash headlines, film clips and still...
  • Howard Dean "stumps" in Chicago gay bar.

    12/10/2003 6:17:20 PM PST · by Az Joe · 91 replies · 1,260+ views
    12/10/03 | Tracy Bain "Perhaps for the first time in Chicago history, one of the frontrunner candidates for the Democratic nomination for president attended an event at a gay bar. Howard Dean, who is leading in most polls and is benefitting from a major fundraising effort fueled by hundreds of thousands of people giving small donations over the internet (25% from people under 30 years old), spoke to an enthusiastic crowd at Sidetrack, 3349 N. Halsted, Dec. 4."
  • How legalizing gay marriage undermines society's morals

    12/08/2003 7:12:17 PM PST · by Kay Soze · 451 replies · 651+ views
    The Christian Science Monitor ^ | December 09, 2003 | Alan Charles Raul
    How legalizing gay marriage undermines society's morals By Alan Charles Raul WASHINGTON - The promotion of gay marriage is not the most devastating aspect of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court's recent decision. The more destructive impact of the decision for society is the court's insidious denial of morality itself as a rational basis for legislation. This observation is not hyperbole or a mere rhetorical characterization of the Goodridge vs. Department of Public Health decision. The Massachusetts justices actually quoted two opinions of the US Supreme Court (the recent anti-anti-sodomy ruling in Lawrence vs. Texas and an older anti-antiabortion ruling, Planned...
  • Coming Out In Corporate America Gays are making huge strides everywhere,...

    12/09/2003 7:46:59 PM PST · by narses · 94 replies · 251+ views
    Business Week ^ | DECEMBER 15, 2003
    <p>Gays are making huge strides everywhere, but in the executive suite.</p> <p>One chilly fall day last year, Gary Osifchin trooped into a mandatory training session at S.C. Johnson & Son Inc. The privately held company, located in Racine, Wis., which was voted 2003's "all-American city" by the National Civic League, manufactures Raid insecticide and Glade air fresheners. It's the kind of place where factory workers ride to the assembly line on Harley-Davidsons, dine on local bratwurst, and chase it down with Milwaukee beer.</p>
  • Jaguar Launches Campaign Targeting Gay Consumers

    12/17/2002 11:54:35 AM PST · by new cruelty · 92 replies · 798+ views
    U.S. Newswire ^ | December 17, 2002
    IRVINE, Calif., Dec. 17 /U.S. Newswire/ -- Jaguar North America today announces that it is launching an integrated marketing and advertising campaign to specifically reach gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) consumers. The Jaguar campaign is part of a comprehensive strategy developed by Ford Motor Company's Global Marketing organization. The campaign will target GLBT consumers in the New York and Los Angeles metropolitan areas. Jaguar and Ford Motor Company are actively pursuing this niche market of more than 14 million consumers, with a buying power estimated to be more than $450 billion, by developing a tailored message to speak directly...
  • GERE TAKES ON BILL (Richard Gere says Bush has done more for Aids than Clinton!)

    02/05/2003 6:34:19 AM PST · by areafiftyone · 151 replies · 3,163+ views
    Gere takes on BillRichard Gere stunned fellow liberals Monday by suggesting that President Bush is doing a better job of fighting AIDS than President Bill Clinton did. Introduced by Sharon Stone at a fund-raiser at Cipriani 42nd Street for the American Foundation for AIDS Research, the "Chicago" star hailed Bush for his State of the Union proposal to contribute $15 billion toward the AIDS battle in Africa and the Caribbean. Gere then addressed the track record of Bush's predecessor in the White House. "I'm sorry, Sen. [Hillary] Clinton, but your husband did nothing about AIDS for eight years," Gere said....
  • Gays win rights as refugees

    12/09/2003 7:04:01 AM PST · by Dundee · 8 replies · 243+ views
    The Australian ^ | December 10, 2003 | Misha Schubert
    Gays win rights as refugees HOMOSEXUALS who would have to live "discreetly" to avoid persecution in their home country might be entitled to refugee status in Australia, the High Court found in a landmark judgment yesterday. The court split 4-3 over the decision to grant an appeal by a gay Bangladeshi couple, who claimed they would face persecution if sent back home. The Refugee Review Tribunal and the Federal Court previously had ruled the men would be unlikely to face persecution if they resumed the "discreet" gay lifestyle they had lived before fleeing Bangladesh in February 1999. But in a...
  • Cannibal's video reveals mutilation and slaughter (Warning:Graphic text)

    12/08/2003 4:40:22 PM PST · by saquin · 55 replies · 1,391+ views
    The Times (UK) ^ | 12/09/03 | Roger Boyes
    (A sickened court sees on film the last agonies of an apparently willing victim) GERMANY’S cannibal trial took on the air of a grim seance yesterday as the judges drew the courtroom blinds and watched a chilling home video of Armin Meiwes, the self-confessed man-eater, mutilating and killing his victim in preparation for a macabre feast. “It wasn’t murder; it was a mercy killing,” an increasingly flustered Herr Meiwes told the court before the showing of the film. “I didn’t want to kill anybody or cause pain.” Nonetheless, it took Bernd-Jürgen Brandes, the slaughtered computer software specialist, ten hours to...
  • Homosexual Cannibal Admits To Eating Victim/ Cannibal Confesses in Trial That Shocks Germany

    12/06/2003 12:00:31 PM PST · by webber · 32 replies · 499+ views
    Traditional Values Coalition, & The Washington Post/Reuters ^ | TVC, By David Crossland - Washington Post
    <p>Summary: Reuters reports on December 3, that Armin Meiwes has admitted in a German court that he killed and ate a man he met through the Internet. The Reuters story neglected to mention that Meiwes was a homosexual.</p> <p>WARNING:You will be reading very disturbing material.</p>
  • Bishop Objected to AIDS Walk

    12/06/2003 7:08:18 AM PST · by ninenot · 46 replies · 386+ views
    Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel ^ | 12/06/03 | Amy Rinard and Tom Held
    Burke told ministry it couldn't participate By AMY RINARD and TOM HELD Last Updated: Dec. 5, 2003 Madison - The bishop who pressured several Catholic lawmakers to adopt church views on abortion has ordered a church-based AIDS ministry to stop raising money in an annual AIDS walk, saying some participating groups promote homosexuality. La Crosse Bishop Raymond L. Burke, named this week by Pope John Paul II as archbishop of St. Louis, ordered the diocese-supported Central Wisconsin HIV/AIDS Ministry Project in Stevens Point to stop organizing a delegation to march in the annual AIDS fund-raising event. In a letter...
  • Naval Academy Alumni Association Rejects Gay Alumni Chapter

    12/05/2003 7:21:32 PM PST · by knak · 50 replies · 231+ views
    ap ^ | 12/5/03
    ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) - The governing board of the Naval Academy Alumni Association on Friday unanimously rejected a bid by 32 graduates to establish the first official gay and lesbian alumni chapter of any U.S. service academy. The board of trustees released a memorandum saying they denied the application because it was based too specifically on a special interest, its membership would be too exclusive, and it wasn't centered on a geographical area. "I know that there are people who are part of the board of trustees who don't have open minds toward recognizing gays and lesbians," said Jeff Petrie,...
  • Selling Homosexuality to America

    07/11/2003 2:12:34 PM PDT · by apackof2 · 236 replies · 2,045+ views
    CBN ^ | 7/11/03 | Craig von Buseck
    Selling Homosexuality to America By Craig von Buseck Producer In this exclusive interview, Paul Rondeau talks about his in-depth study, Selling Homosexuality to America, which was recently published in the Regent Law Review. – In his recent study, Selling Homosexuality to America, marketing expert Paul Rondeau explains, "Among America's culture wars, one of today's most intense controversies rages around the issue alternatively identified, depending on one's point of view, as "normalizing homosexuality" or "accepting gayness." The debate is truly a social-ethical-moral conceptual war that transcends both the scientific and legal, though science and law most often are the...
  • Homosexual Agenda: Categorical Index of Links (Revision 1.1)

    11/21/2003 9:50:23 AM PST · by scripter · 607 replies · 51,750+ views
    11/21/03 | scripter
    Homosexual Agenda: Categorical Index of Links (Revision 1.1) Category Year Title Posted On FreeRepublic Adoption   2002 Pediatrics Group Endorses Homosexual Adoption     Trophy children Yes Bible   2003 What Does the Bible Say About Homosexuality, Adultery...     What does the Bible actually say about being gay? Yes     The Christian Confronted by Homosexuality Yes     Talmud on Homosexuality     Is banning the Bible next?     Christianity and Homosexuality Yes     A divisive debate over the Bible spotlighted Episcopalians' OK for gay bishop   2002 Responding to Pro-Gay Theology   1999 The...
  • Gay Marriage debuts

    12/05/2003 9:28:42 AM PST · by blitzgig · 22 replies · 283+ views ^ | 12/5/03 | Mona Charen
    Gay marriage debuts Mona Charen December 5, 2003 If you are like most Americans, you know that gay marriage is coming and you don't feel that you have the power to stop it. The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ruled (4 to 3) that the state's existing matrimonial laws are irrational and gave the legislature 180 days to revise them. President Clinton, you may recall, signed a law called the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), which declared that same sex "marriages" recognized in one state (Hawaii was the worry back then) would not be given full faith and credit in other...
  • Clinton Did Diddlysquat on Crime, AIDS (DC to install free condom dispensers in government offices)

    12/03/2003 4:55:16 PM PST · by Libloather · 6 replies · 214+ views
    Rush Limbaugh .com ^ | 12/03/03 | El Rushbo
    Clinton Did Diddlysquat on Crime, AIDS December 3, 2003 BEGIN TRANSCRIPT 1:33 PM EST The Washington Post: "Washington - District of Columbia health officials, who every day confront the nation's highest incidence of AIDS, will soon install plain white condom dispensers in select government offices and begin distributing the contraceptives for free. The goal is to place more than 50 condom dispensers in offices frequented by the public, including the D.C. Housing Authority and the departments of human services, motor vehicles and public works, among others. 'They're going to be as common as water fountains,' Ivan O. Torres, interim director...
  • HIV/AIDS increases in US, but failed US approach still exported to Africa

    12/02/2003 5:00:18 PM PST · by Coleus · 33 replies · 575+ views
    The cult of the condom is failing us in America where the Center for Disease Control and Prevention reports the incidents of HIV/AIDS is increasing among the group that knows the most about condoms --- gay men. Yet, policy makers continue to insist that condoms are the answer to AIDs in Africa. We report today on the new CDC numbers and statements by policy makers on World AIDs Day in support of condoms.Spread the word. Yours sincerely,Austin RusePresident Action item:  You may access a copy of the CDC report by going to ___________________________________________________________________________ CULTURE & COSMOS December 2, 2003...
  • Sorting out the facts on AIDS

    12/02/2003 7:58:03 AM PST · by mikeb704 · 50 replies · 3,170+ views
    Oak Lawn (IL) Reporter ^ | 12/4/03 | Michael M. Bates
    Last Monday was designated World AIDS Day. U.S. Health Secretary Tommy Thompson, speaking from the AIDS-ravaged continent of Africa, said that it looks like we’re losing the war against the deadly disease. Former South African president Nelson Mandela hosted a concert in Cape Town as part of an effort to have AIDS declared a global emergency. Taped messages from Bill Clinton and Jesse Jackson were shown. Sitting near Mandela was Oprah Winfrey. Yes, the same Oprah who in 1987 presciently observed: "Research studies now project that one in five – listen to me, hard to believe – one in five...
  • Gay Group Admits AIDS Culpability

    12/02/2003 5:06:32 PM PST · by Federalist 78 · 25 replies · 588+ views
    Focus on the Family ^ | December 2, 2003 | Steve Jordahl
    Homosexual community acknowledges it is facing consequences of deviant sexual behavior.The homosexual community may finally be coming to terms with the consequences of its sexual excesses. In a stunning admission, a Seattle AIDS organization published a manifesto that asks gay men to take responsibility for the spread of the disease. Although the document concludes that condom use is the ultimate answer to preventing the spread of AIDS, statements like "men must act against the behaviors . . . responsible for the increased spread of (the) disease" signal an awareness of the dangers of the lifestyle."It's very contentious in the community...
  • Conflict at Walt Disney bursts wide open (Roy says company under Eisner "rapacious, soulless")

    12/01/2003 2:10:03 AM PST · by Liz · 71 replies · 593+ views
    FINANCIAL TIMES ^ | December 1 2003 | Christopher Parkes, LA, Peter Thal Larsen, NY
    Roy Disney resigned as vice-chairman of the Walt Disney entertainment group on Sunday and called for Michael Eisner, chairman and chief executive, to follow suit, bringing to a head a conflict that has been brewing for a decade. "It is my sincere belief that it is you who should be leaving and not me," he said in a bitter letter that criticised Mr Eisner's performance and style on seven counts. The departure and open hostility of Mr Disney, nephew of Walt Disney and still a substantial shareholder, are likely to reignite the debate about the media company's direction. It marks...
  • Wacko Jacko shows his soft spot for Japanese juveniles

    11/27/2003 12:41:47 AM PST · by sushiman · 18 replies · 365+ views
    Mainichi News | Nov. 27 , 2003 | Ryann Connell
    Michael Jackson's booking photo and personal information are shown on this copy of a release from the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Department after Jackson was booked on child molestation charges, Nov. 20. Were it not for a slice of luck, it could have been a little Japanese boy who fell into the single-glove clutches when the superstar stopped blowing bubbles and decided to pan in on peter at Neverland, according to Shukan Bunshun (12/4). Michael Jackson has long enjoyed an affinity for Japanese children and, were it not for earlier allegations of sexual abuse of a little boy than the...

    11/29/2003 8:23:34 PM PST · by doug from upland · 70 replies · 747+ views
    dfu | 11-2003 | dfu
    Those in the radical homosexual movement are outraged when we ask --- If a man can marry another man, why can't he marry a goat? Is the suggestion of marrying a goat outrageous? Perhaps. But who brought us to this discussion? For most of modern human history, it has been recognized that marriage is between one man and one woman. They have children, and they carry on the species. A mom and dad raising children is generally the best nurturing environment for them. Homosexuals want to be accepted as equals, not just in human kindness, but in all aspects of...
  • Teen saves brother from alleged sex assault try [by illegal immigrant from Brazil]

    11/29/2003 6:57:17 PM PST · by VU4G10 · 22 replies · 229+ views ^ | 29, 2003 | Franci Richardson
    An alert teenage boy saved his younger brother from being sexually assaulted when a Plymouth janitor in a town-owned hall allegedly tried to take off his pants, authorities said. ``My oldest son did something that you wouldn't think a 14-year-old could do - he was smart enough to deal with the whole situation,'' said the boys' father, who didn't give his name for fear either son would be identified. ``It could have been a lot different. I shudder to think about it.'' The teen accompanied his 6-year-old brother into the bathroom of Memorial Hall in Plymouth when the janitor, Andre...

    11/26/2003 12:44:56 PM PST · by MrBallroom · 35 replies · 787+ views
    The American Partisan ^ | 27 November 2003 | Timothy Rollins
    QUEER AMERICA by Timothy Rollins, Editor and Publisher November 27, 2003 I wrote a column earlier this year by the name of 'Queer Nation' in reference to our Canadian friends and the perverted action taken by the Ontario Court of Appeal as it pertained to same-sex couples and allowing 'so-called' gay couples to 'marry'. Why is it perverted from this perspective? Simple. Because marriage has been from the beginning of recorded history - regardless of what belief system you may ascribe to - the union of men and women. It wasn't Adam and Steve nor was it Madam and Eve...
  • Make it a crime to be gay: Alliance MP

    11/27/2003 6:13:39 AM PST · by nypokerface · 37 replies · 179+ views
    Vancouver Sun ^ | 11/27/03 | Peter O'Neil
    OTTAWA -- Canadian Alliance MP Larry Spencer, his party's family issues critic, says he'd support any initiative to put homosexuality back in the Criminal Code of Canada. The U.S.-born former Baptist pastor also argues that the gay- rights movement's recent successes in areas like same-sex marriage stem from a "well-orchestrated ... conspiracy" that began in the 1960s. The conspiracy included the seduction and recruitment of young boys in playgrounds and locker rooms and the deliberate infiltration of North America's judiciary, schools, the religious community, and the entertainment industry, he said. The movement's progress in gaining public acceptance for homosexuality would...
  • Federal Marriage Amendment Introduced in Senate

    11/26/2003 2:47:02 PM PST · by kattracks · 245 replies · 255+ views ^ | 11/26/03 | Susan Jones
    ( - Three Republicans introduced a Federal Marriage Amendment in the U.S. Senate on Tuesday. The proposed constitutional amendment defines marriage as the union of one man and one woman. Sen. Wayne Allard of Colorado sponsored the Federal Marriage Amendment along with co-sponsors Sam Brownback of Kansas and Jeff Sessions of Alabama. The Alliance For Marriage, the group that drafted the proposed amendment, said its introduction in the Senate confirms that momentum is growing for a constitutional defense of marriage - especially in light of the recent court ruling in Massachusetts that cleared the way for same-sex couples to legally...
  • Macy's Thanksgiving Parade to Celebrate Gay Marriage

    11/26/2003 5:57:50 AM PST · by truthandlife · 79 replies · 442+ views ^ | 11/26/03 | Carl Limbacher
    A float in New York City's widely watched Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade will feature an open celebration of gay marriage, unless parade officials step in to block the performance. Writing on the op-ed page of Wednesday's New York Times, Broadway star Harvey Fierstein announced that he'll be cross-dressed as Mrs. Santa Claus on a float dedicated to his hit Broadway show "Hairspray." "According to legend, New York lore and two major Hollywood flicks, Macy's Santa is the real deal," Fierstein began, before dropping his bombshell news. "And tomorrow, to the delight of millions of little children [not to mention the...
  • Christian man snubbed by pro-homosexual Big Brothers!

    11/25/2003 7:28:12 AM PST · by AgThorn · 16 replies · 431+ views ^ | Wed, 29 Oct 2003 10:12:04 -0500 | "Gregory Quinlan" <>
    You signed the petition Tell Big Brothers, Sisters no on homosexuals. You were joined by 22285 other people who also signed this petition. The fight to shape up Big Brothers Big Sisters of America may soon need to change. In addition to keeping homosexuals and pedophiles out as mentors of young boys, a wider objective should be keeping Christians in that organization. Here's why: A man in Whatcom County, WA, reportedly was turned down as a mentor in the Big Brothers Big Sisters program due to his Christian standards. That's right: Dan Pritchett, who works for a company that makes...
  • WE'RE UNDER ATTACK!: New Gay Theology Challenges Traditional Views of Scripture and Intimacy

    11/25/2003 8:57:09 AM PST · by DrainBamage · 74 replies · 198+ views ^ | August 9, 2003 | Bill Broadway
    <p>Robert Goss sits on the radical edge of homosexual theology, calling for churches to abandon centuries-old concepts of "normativity" and accept gay men and lesbians for what he says they are: people made in the image of God whose sexuality is a divine blessing.</p> <p>Goss believes such a change is inevitable, that a diverse and increasingly vocal movement called "queer theology" will create an impact on Christianity matching that of the 16th-century Protestant Reformation.</p>
  • The Word 'Queer' Belongs in the Mainstream

    11/25/2003 8:13:32 AM PST · by presidio9 · 29 replies · 191+ views
    NY Newsday ^ | November 25, 2003 | Michelangelo Signorile
    Degradation is in the eye of the beholder. The State of New York won't allow a young man to register his nonprofit group under the name "Queer Awareness" because it believes the word to be a slur. But to Christopher Barton Benecke, the 24-year-old New York University student who founded the group and announced last week that he is taking the state to court, the word "queer" is anything but demeaning. As a proud and open homosexual in the year 2003, he says, he is queer. Haven't the suits up in Albany, after all, heard of "Queer Eye for the...
  • Homosexual Advocacy Groups Admit 10% Fallacy

    10/06/2003 1:06:24 PM PDT · by robowombat · 36 replies · 1,247+ views
    AgapePress ^ | July 30, 2003 | Ed Vitagliano
    Homosexual Advocacy Groups Admit 10% Fallacy By Ed Vitagliano July 30, 2003 (AgapePress) - For decades homosexual pressure groups have claimed that, since 10% of the population is homosexual, public officials should give credence to their political demands. Now it seems that when they absolutely have to tell the truth, activists admit the 10% figure is a myth. The startling admission was made by a coalition of 31 homosexual advocacy groups, including the Human Rights Campaign, National Gay & Lesbian Task Force, and the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation. In their brief filed in a recent U.S. Supreme Court...
  • Michael Jackson Launches New Web Site

    11/24/2003 6:04:48 AM PST · by sarcasm · 39 replies · 369+ views
    AP ^ | November 24, 2003
    LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Michael Jackson, addressing his fans directly via a new Web site, says the child molestation allegations made against him are "predicated on a big lie" and he will be exonerated in court.The entertainer's spokesman, Stuart Backerman, had said last week that Jackson was putting the site together so he could communicate with the news media and fans. Jackson said in his statement that it would serve as a source for "official communications on my case.""As you know, the charges recently directed at me are terribly serious," Jackson said in the six-paragraph statement. "They are, however, predicated...
  • Death Sentence Imposed on DC Sniper John Muhammed

    11/24/2003 7:35:06 AM PST · by Catspaw · 219 replies · 336+ views ^ | 11/24/2003 | Fox News
    The decision of the jury will be announced within 15 minutes.
  • Jackson's explicit letters seized (child's name redacted for FR)

    11/23/2003 9:36:27 AM PST · by Sabertooth · 258 replies · 605+ views
    The Daily Telegraph ^ | November 24th, 2003 | CAROLINE GRAHAM and SHARON CHURCHER
    EXPLICIT letters and poems said to have been written by Michael Jackson to his alleged victim will form the centrepiece of the sex-abuse case against him. Police seized at least a dozen letters during the raid on Jackson's Neverland ranch last week. "The district attorney is convinced these letters will be crucial to the case against Jackson," a source close to the investigation said yesterday. "The boy told investigators about letters and poems and their precise location inside Michael's home. These letters were among the evidence seized, along with videotapes. "They are very explicit and intimate and show a degree...

    11/23/2003 10:24:32 AM PST · by Bubba_Leroy · 124 replies · 730+ views
    New York Post ^ | November 23, 2003 | LINDA STASI
    <p>ACCUSING Michael Jackson of sexual abuse comes with a hefty price tag.</p> <p>A decade after shocking the world with allegations in 1993 that he was molested by the bizarro superstar, the lives of a California man and his relatives remain a living hell.</p>
  • Gay Couples Follow a Trail North Blazed by Slaves and War Resisters

    11/23/2003 10:59:06 AM PST · by putupon · 131 replies · 550+ views
    New York Slimes ^ | November 23, 2003 | CLIFFORD KRAUSS
    Culver Pictures In an 1862 lithograph, a slave is depicted fleeing toward Canada before the Civil War.VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Heaven was the word for Canada and the Negro sang of the hope that his escape on the Underground Railroad would carry him there," the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once noted in describing the codes American slaves used in their spirituals to fool their masters before taking flight. Canada is heaven again for Lance W. Bateman and William E. Woods, two American men who were married here recently. The wedding on Aug. 31 looked like a typical Hawaiian...