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  • Free Republic "Bump List" Register

    09/30/2001 4:46:44 AM PDT · by John Robinson · 191 replies · 12,118+ views
    I have created a public register of "bump lists" here on Free Republic. I define a bump list as a name listed in the "To" field used to index articles. Free Republic Bump List Register
  • Lesbian pastor ruffles Southern Baptist tradition in Tenn.

    07/13/2003 1:43:26 PM PDT · by nwrep · 82 replies · 635+ views
    Associated Press ^ | July 5, 2003 | Jim Patterson
    Lesbian pastor ruffles Southern Baptist tradition Jim PattersonAssociated Press STANDING HER GROUND: April Baker, an associate pastor at Glendale Baptist Church in Nashville, Tenn., has brought condemnation upon the church from two Baptist conventions because she is a lesbian and her congregation has chosen to support her. July 05, 2003 — 2:12 a.m. NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The sermon at Glendale Baptist Church one recent Sunday recalled how Jesus mingled with tax collectors and prostitutes, refusing to snub people for the unpopular things they did. "What does it mean that God's love is for everyone?" preached Glendale member Eileen Campbell-Reed,...
  • The Media's Gay Mafia "Queers" the News

    07/06/2003 9:05:02 AM PDT · by mrustow · 96 replies · 2,663+ views
    Middle American News/A Different Drummer ^ | July, 2003 | Nicholas Stix
    In their quest to "queer" America, radical homosexual activists in the media destroy lives, as they manipulate the principle of privacy, and make war on traditional masculinity, sports, and even the truth. In late April, Sen. Rick Santorum (R, Pa.) got a taste of what awaits anyone who opposes the gay agenda. After explaining to Associated Press reporter Lara Jakes Jordan (who is married to Sen. John Kerry’s (D, Ma.) campaign manager, Jim Jordan) his opposition to any pro-gay laws or court rulings that might weaken the family, gay activists demanded that Santorum resign. But the Santorum case was only...
  • Constitution Party Wants Supreme Court Justices Impeached

    07/05/2003 8:52:56 PM PDT · by furnitureman · 72 replies · 1,792+ views
    CNSNews.com ^ | 07/04/03 | Jeff Johnson.
    Constitution Party Wants Supreme Court Justices Impeached The nation's self-proclaimed third largest political party Thursday called for the impeachment of the six Supreme Court justices who voted to overturn a Texas law banning homosexual sodomy. One legal expert responded that the prospect of impeaching justices for political decisions was settled nearly 200 years ago. James Clymer, chairman of the Constitution Party National Committee, called the court's decision "an affront to the very foundation" of the U.S. Constitution. "It also shows blatant disregard for the people of various states and the laws their representatives have lawfully enacted," Clymer continued. "Those members...
  • The "love" that now dares you

    07/03/2003 9:49:25 PM PDT · by narses · 6 replies · 291+ views
    National Post ^ | Hugo Gurdon
    WASHINGTON - The destruction of marriage in Canada was announced with Jean Chrétien's usual insouciance. "You have to look at history as an evolution of society," said the Prime Minister, eating his cake and having it too. Without a fight he sweeps aside an institution more ancient than the history he invokes, yet asks to be treated as a spectator. "According to the interpretation of the courts, these unions should be legal in Canada." I've led the country for a decade, he suggests, but don't shoot me -- I'm only the piano player. Looking at events from the American side...
  • The Alliance for Marriage and the Federal Marriage Amendment

    06/29/2003 8:56:49 PM PDT · by Antoninus · 158 replies · 1,763+ views
    http://www.allianceformarriage.org/reports/030304/030304.htm
    Poll Finds that Most Americans Support a Constitutional Amendment to Defend Marriage Communities of Color Lead the Way In Support for a Federal Marriage Amendment on a Day When Marriage Goes On Trial in the Massachusetts Courts WASHINGTON, DC — A national Wirthlin poll released March 4, 2003 by the Alliance for Marriage shows that a majority of Americans favor a constitutional amendment to protect marriage as the union of a man and a woman from lawsuits being filed by activist lawyers in courts across the country. The release of these findings comes on a day when the state supreme...
  • Scalia: What a massive disruption of the social order this ruling entails.

    06/26/2003 7:37:38 PM PDT · by nwrep · 212 replies · 1,480+ views
    US Supreme Court ^ | June 26, 2003 | nwrep
    Scalia: What a massive disruption of the social order ... this ruling entails. *********************************************************** Read below one of the most brilliant defenses of traditional values, morality and conventions that have governed civilization for the past 5000 years. Judge Scalia is a national treasure: *********************************************************** Excerpted from his dissent in today's sodomy ruling: I begin with the Court ’s surprising readiness to recon- sider a decision rendered a mere 17 years ago in Bowers v. Hardwick .I do not myself believe in rigid adherence to stare decisis in constitutional cases;but I do believe that we should be consistent rather than...
  • Santorum Comments Draw Fire (AP reporter married to former DSCC official)

    04/23/2003 5:30:41 AM PDT · by Hacksaw · 87 replies · 614+ views
    Fox News ^ | Wednesday, April 23, 2003 | Brian Wilson
    <p>WASHINGTON — Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum said Tuesday that he has no intention of stepping down from his Senate Republican Conference chairmanship for remarks he made about a gay rights case in the Supreme Court that he says were reported out of context.</p>
  • Don't Turn Iraq Over to the UN: "No UN Mr. Bush, and particularly no Canadians."

    04/11/2003 3:49:16 PM PDT · by quidnunc · 9 replies · 662+ views
    The National Post via canada.com ^ | April 11, 2003 | Elizabeth Nickson
    Glad to hear that George Bush is still lukewarm on the United Nations. It appears that the age of bending over for this crowd of quasi-legitimate, whining third-rate bullies is fast drawing to a close. The sooner the better, for the Third World especially, since you and I can dodge the UN quite well thanks. So to George W., I say, let them hand out food and organize medical aid. Anything else? You do it, you're competent. And for heaven's sake, if there are Canadians begging to be included, like I don't know, say, Stephen Lewis, how about a nice...
  • Defeating Gay Arguments with Simple Logic

    12/29/2002 8:59:44 AM PST · by scripter · 403 replies · 5,792+ views
    Abiding Truth Ministries ^ | 2002 | Scott Douglas Lively
    There is no shame in believing a lie until you learn the truth.The success of so-called "gay rights" is an amazing triumph of clever deception over simple logic. When it comes to this issue, otherwise intelligent people routinely fall for arguments that just don't hold up under scrutiny. "Gay" sympathizers aren't necessarily more gullible than other people, they are simply tricked into accepting certain conclusions without first examining the underlying premises. He who defines the terms controls the debate -- and by extension, public opinion. On this issue the terms have been defined (in many cases invented) by the talented...
  • Tom Davis's Voting Record (VA 11th District)

    10/05/2002 1:13:07 PM PDT · by ltlflwr · 37 replies · 620+ views
    Frank Creel for Congress website ^ | 10/4/02 | Creel for Congress
    Posted on the 'Creel for Congress' website is a summary of Tom Davis's voting record, rather dismal, but not surprising. Here are a few examples: Abortion Ban HR 2500, 7/17/01 (Roll Call #235) DeGette (D-CO) to the Commerce, Justice, State Appropriations Bill that would have permitted the use of taxpayer funds for abortion services in federal prisons. ACU opposed this bill. Result: Bill defeated. Davis voted YES. Boy Scouts HR 2944, 9/25/01 (Vote #353 ) Norton (D-DC) amendment to the District of Columbia Appropriations Bill that would permit the use of local funds to force the Boy Scouts of America...
  • SAD $2M WIN FOR BEING BORN

    10/04/2002 6:37:52 PM PDT · by ReadMyMind · 31 replies · 411+ views
    NY Post ^ | 10/2/2002 | Aly Sujo
    <p>October 2, 2002 -- A severely retarded 20-year-old New Jersey man says he should never have been born - and he's getting a $2.4 million settlement in his "wrongful life" claim against negligent doctors. In his lawsuit against the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey in Newark, John Moscatello Jr. claimed that if his mother had known she had a chromosomal problem, she would have terminated her pregnancy and he would never have had to live as a "multi-handicapped" adult with the skills of a 2-year-old.</p>
  • When tolerance spells rape

    09/20/2002 8:22:19 AM PDT · by gubamyster · 56 replies · 710+ views
    WND ^ | September 20, 2002 | Joseph Farah
    Posted: September 20, 2002 1:00 a.m. Eastern © 2002 WorldNetDaily.com In a crazy top-down decision, the Big Brothers-Big Sisters of America organization told its local chapters they would no longer be able to exclude homosexuals from mentoring children. It didn't take long for that sick, irresponsible ruling to result in its first casualties – innocent children raped by predators. In Ohio, Scott A. Wagner, 34, has been indicted on 24 counts of rape and 57 sexual abuse charges involving six boys. Wagner was a volunteer with Big Brothers-Big Sisters and "mentored" one of the boys. I shouldn't have to explain...
  • Schools Could Be Sued For Teaching About Homosexuality, Report Claims

    09/06/2002 4:38:31 AM PDT · by kattracks · 77 replies · 800+ views
    CNSNEWS.com ^ | 9/06/02 | Robert B. Bluey
    CNSNews.com) - Two California parental-rights groups say schools that address homosexuality in their curriculum or in after-school programs face an increasing risk of being sued by parents. The Pro-Family Law Center (PFLC) and the United States Justice Foundation released a report Wednesday that will be distributed to parents, school districts and the state education department. The 15-page document cites court decisions, which the groups claim could be used in lawsuits to challenge schools that seek to "normalize homosexuality." "We're in the early stages of a national campaign to homosexualize American schools," PFLC attorney Scott Lively said. "Ten years ago...
  • Tom Davis contributes to Dem ex-hopeful

    09/04/2002 8:59:54 AM PDT · by ltlflwr · 26 replies · 351+ views
    The Hill ^ | 5/1/2002 | Allison Stevens
    In a move likely to raise eyebrows among House Republicans, a political action committee (PAC) controlled by the chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee has contributed $3,000 to a former Democratic House candidate in Arkansas. Fundraising reports revealed that Rep. Tom Davis of Virginia contributed $3,000 last Dec. 16 to Judy Smith, who lost to then-Rep. Jay Dickey (R) in 1998. She ran again in the 2000 primary against then-state Sen. Mike Ross (D), who went on to defeat Dickey in the general election. Smith has not filed to run again in Arkansas’ 4th District, where Dickey has mounted...
  • No "Lesser of Two Evils" Involved in THIS Race

    09/03/2002 9:54:55 AM PDT · by ltlflwr · 44 replies · 507+ views
    Why This Campaign Is Important This race is important primarily because no Democrat filed to run against the Republican incumbent, Tom Davis. The only candidates on the ballot are Davis, a four-term incumbent, chairman of the Republican National Congressional Campaign, and independent Frank Creel, a political newcomer. Davis is usually described as a "moderate" Republican, a term used repeatedly by the media to describe Republicans who are not strongly against abortion. Creel, by contrast, is strongly pro-life, a staunch defender of the Second Amendment and advocate of limited government. He favors the elimination of the federal personal income tax. Nobody...
  • Are Dr. Judith Reisman's claims about homosexuals and pedophilia phony?

    08/30/2002 3:58:34 AM PDT · by JCG · 248 replies · 3,988+ views
    Springfield(MO) News-Leader ^ | 08/25/02 - 08/30/02 | Haven Howard - Lisa Tinker
    <p>The recent decision of Big Brothers-Big Sisters of America making it mandatory for local chapters to accept homosexual volunteers makes no sense to any thinking adult or concerned parent. I am also very disturbed the Springfield News-Leader is endorsing this decision.</p>
  • Liberals can't have it both ways on abortion

    08/29/2002 11:34:19 PM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 20 replies · 380+ views
    WorldNetDaily.com ^ | Friday, August 30, 2002 | Jon Dougherty
    California is attempting to "enshrine" a "right to abortion" in new legislation that liberal lawmakers and Gov. Gray Davis believe will survive a change of heart on the Supreme Court. Fearful that Republicans will regain control of the Senate and, hence, be able to push through pro-life nominees to the federal bench and high court, California Democrats are pushing this measure quickly, before the November elections. If past Supreme Court precedence is any guide – and it should be – states with liberal pro-abortion tendencies are spinning their wheels with this kind of legislation because ultimately it won't matter. As...
  • Abortion is still unsafe! Jane Chastain says forget back alleys, check your medicine cabinet

    08/29/2002 12:57:18 AM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 9 replies · 300+ views
    WorldNetDaily.com ^ | Thursday, August 29, 2002 | Jane Chastain
    Abortion was not safe before Roe vs. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court decision that legalized the procedure, and the dirty little secret is, it may be even less safe today – even in the privacy of our own homes. We have more laws safeguarding the animals we take to the vet than we have safeguarding the health of the 1.3 million women a year who have abortions. Radical feminist groups that have aggressively promoted this $90 billion-a-year industry have contributed to the current climate. Furthermore, the abortion drug RU-486, which was approved by the Food and Drug Administration in September...
  • Activists Push Church to Excommunicate Pro-choice Candidate

    08/27/2002 5:42:56 PM PDT · by happytobealive · 154 replies · 1,026+ views
    The Detroit News ^ | August 27, 2002 | Joel Kurth
    <p>PLYMOUTH TOWNSHIP -- Anti-abortion activists have launched a small but vocal movement to excommunicate pro-choice Attorney General Jennifer Granholm from the Roman Catholic Church.</p> <p>Since early June, a group of 10-30 protesters have picketed outside of Our Lady of Good Counsel Church in Plymouth Township, where the Democratic nominee for governor is a member. Foes say Granholm is a heretic because she is Catholic yet adamantly pro-choice.</p>