Culture war is currently a
euphemism for civil war. ...The pattern of genocide within
the United States is irrefutable...the only recourse for
those being targeted for genocide is to seek mass
retribution, slaying vast numbers of oppressors.
Enemies Responsible for
Suffering and Deaths of Family Members Who Are Gay
AZ -- Alliance Defense
Fund, Matt Stavers/Liberty Counsel
AK -- Arkansas Family Council
CO -- James Dobson, Focus on the Family
IL -- Pete LaBarbara, Illinois Family Institute
KY -- Family Foundation of Kentucky
MI -- Gary Glenn, American Family Association of
MS -- Don Wildmon, American Family Association
MT -- Jeff Laszloffy - Montana Family Foundation
NE -- Nebraska Family Council
ND -- North Dakota Family Alliance
OR -- Lon Mabon - Oregon Citizens Alliance
UT -- 'Church' of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
(aka LDS, Mormon Cult note: they have spent millions
violating human rights, Mormon children have
extremely high suicide rate from cult exposure)
WY -- Wyoming Family Coalition
(Yes, I am a little bitter about not making the
These web postings have been taken down now that
law enforcement has been notified of the threats (the
Freerepublic links still work). And I am sure that
"responsible" spokesmen for the "gay community" are
busily discounting this to their friends in the media as
"aberrant" and not representative of the fine folks who
insist they have a right to have anal sex in public
parks and public restrooms. Still, if any of you know
anything at all about homosexuals, and most of you
really don't, I can only say that Romans 1:24-32 is
Kevin Jennings, the
"Johnny Appleseed" of sodomy clubs for middle schools
and high schools:
Jennings, a 44-year-old
former high school teacher who took the organization
[The Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network] from a
local school-based group to a national one during the
1994-95 school-year, said he believes coming out earlier
is directly related to the greater accessibility of
information from the Internet, TV and people's peers.
"In my generation, it was
very rare to come out in high school. I didn't really
know or understand the language for it. They [teens
today] have a language to explain what they're feeling
that wasn't available to teens in the past," Jennings
Part of the reason that
young people are coming out sooner may be that as a
whole, Generation Nexters -- those aged 16-25 -- are
more accepting of homosexuality in general.
Nearly six in 10 people in
that age bracket say "homosexuality is a way of life
that should be accepted by society," according to a
survey released by the Pew Research Center in January.
In comparison, the same survey found that only 50
percent of those aged 25 and older felt the same way.
Greater exposure to media
images of gay people also has increased homosexuality's
awareness and acceptance....
Currently more than 3,000 GSAs across the country are
registered with the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education
Network, a group that works to create safe school
environments for all students, regardless of sexual
orientation or identification...
Delsman, who says coming
out is a life-long process, said he's directly seen the
positive effect these clubs can have on school
environments and students. There's less bullying and
fewer discriminatory comments...
Erik Stegman, a
24-year-old UCLA law student and current co-chairman of
GLSEN's National Leadership Council, said the
student-run movement helps build confident leaders.
"I became more confident
than ever before. This is who I am. On a personal level,
I absolutely think it was a positive experience. I
gained a lot. We all have to mature real fast coming
out," he said.
He said he would like to
"turn the whole country's attitude toward what it means
to be GLBT, especially as you're young, change the
perception that it's a disadvantage, that it's something
to feel sad about, guilty about."
As a result of
being diagnosed with psychiatric "disorders", Florida
children are being medicated with psychotropic drugs at
record levels . And just what institution do you think
has been encouraging the idea that millions and millions
of children, including children in diapers, are in need
of psychiatric drugs?
In the past seven years,
the number of Florida children prescribed such drugs has
increased some 250 percent. Last year, more than 18,000
state kids on Medicaid were given prescriptions for
Even children as young as
3 years old. Last year, 1,100 Medicaid children under 6
were prescribed antipsychotics, a practice so risky that
state regulators say it should be used only in extreme
These numbers are just for
children on fee-for-service Medicaid, generally the poor
and disabled. Thousands more kids on private insurance
are also on antipsychotics....
There is almost no
research on the long-term effects of such powerful
medications on the developing brains of children. The
more that researchers learn, the less comfortable many
are becoming with atypicals.
Initially billed as wonder
drugs with few significant side effects, evidence is
mounting that they can cause rapid weight gain,
diabetes, even death...
Medicaid and insurance
companies have fed the problem, encouraging the use of
psychiatric drugs as they reimburse less and less for
labor-intensive psychotherapy and occupational therapy.
Another factor: Doctors
have been influenced by pharmaceutical companies, which
have aggressively marketed atypicals.
Whatever the reasons for
the soaring use of psychiatric drugs in children, things
have gotten out of whack, according to Dr. Ronald Brown.
Last year he headed an American Psychological
Association committee that looked into the issue.
"The bottom line is that
the use of psychiatric medications far exceeds the
evidence of safety and effectiveness," Brown said....
A child's brain and
central nervous system are still developing, so drugs
work differently on kids than adults, Brown said. "There
are no studies that have shown they (atypicals) are
safe, or for that matter, that they are effective for
Drug companies have little
incentive to invest in such studies, given that their
products already are widely prescribed to children off
But Stafford was the lead
author of a study that concluded that most off-label
medication occurs without enough scientific support.
Some prescriptions have
become so common, he said, "You have to ask, 'Where is
the data to support this use of the drug?' It's not that
these off-label uses are dangerous. It's that we just
More and more,
she said, they get referrals from the school system for
disruptive kids. Parents tell her that the school has
told them their children need to be put on psychiatric
medication before they can come back - even though state
law specifically forbids that.....
Last year, 1,111 Florida
Medicaid children younger than 6 were prescribed
There is no recommendation
for the use of antidepressants in children younger than
6 - yet 629 children were prescribed antidepressants
medications for ADHD should be "rare" for kids younger
than 4, the guidelines state, "and only after a failed
behavioral intervention such as parent training." Last
year, 367 toddlers 3 and younger were prescribed ADHD
Cavitt said 3-year-olds
put on psychotropic medications typically are autistic,
mentally retarded or brain injured. They are extremely
self-injurious or physically aggressive to others, he
Robert Whitaker, a
journalist and author of the book Mad in America, says
there is no circumstance where it makes sense to
prescribe an antipsychotic drug to a 3-year-old.
"It is not a scientific
use of drugs," Whitaker said. "It is an experiment.
There is no data showing that they are helpful in a
3-year-old kid. None. Zero. Zip."
Rather, he said, it is
using medication as a controlling device. Whitaker
blames a system of "assembly line medicine," where
psychiatrists are afforded less and less time with
patients. Atypicals provide a shortcut to dealing with
Minnesota is the only
state that requires public reports of all drug company
marketing payments to doctors. A recent New York Times
analysis of those records found that doctors who took
the most money from makers of atypicals tended to
prescribe the drugs to children the most...
Some 720,000 children were
in the fee-for-service Medicaid program last year, out
of some 4.5-million children in Florida.
That means the statistics in this story vastly
underestimate the entire picture of antipsychotic
medications prescribed to children.
Highly trained education professionals and
sleazy doctors and psychologists: just pushing the drugs
to children that guys in trench coats hanging
around school playgrounds won't push.
liberal professor discovers, to his amazement, that
encouraging tribalism may not be a good idea:
WASHINGTON -- One of the
many distasteful and underestimated influences on
American and European life to emerge from the turbulent,
anti-establishment '60s was the concept of
"multiculturalism" -- which still dooms us today.
It sounded so good...
But now the entire,
miserable multicultural voyage has made a sudden
port call, and it is a curious one. One of the
theory's major protagonists is the respected liberal
Harvard professor Robert Putnam, known for his 2000
book "Bowling Alone," in which he uncovers a
sobering decline in civic engagement in America.
He has now come up with some
astonishing findings that are so shocking that he
did not release them for several years.
The truth, Putnam
found, is that the greater the amount of
multiculturalism and diversity in a society, the
lower the level of civic engagement and shared sense
of community cohesiveness. The multiculturalists who
have dominated our social thinking for nearly 50
years got it all wrong.
Moreover, the wise
commentator John Leo, writing in the Web's City
Journal, adds that, "Putnam's study reveals that
immigration and diversity not only reduce social
capital between ethnic groups, but also within the
groups themselves. ... The problem isn't ethnic
conflict or troubled racial relations, but
withdrawal and isolation."...
It's an old, old
story: utopian dreaming of perfect worlds and
ignoring the harsh reality of this one vs. the
politician or the journalist or the candy-maker
who has to have an innate and polished street
sense to survive...
delayed publishing his findings because he found
them so shocking he felt he had to wait until he
could offer some answers to the problem. There
already is an answer. It is called common sense,
and its handmaiden is human nature.
might create some union
jurisdiction disputes. If this
reaches California, I would
recommend juoining the
correctional officers union -
they have a better retirement...
proposal that Nevada teachers be
allowed to carry concealed
weapons garnered a lot of
notoriety but little traction
among state lawmakers this year.
Now comes this idea: Give bonus
pay to teachers - from
kindergarten to college - who
would be trained and armed as
reserve school police officers.
Faculty-turned-campus cops would
supplement the thin ranks of
campus police and be in position
to respond quickly to campus
emergencies, the two champions
of the idea say....
The idea is a win-win, Ruggiero
said: Teachers would have an
opportunity for more training
and pay, and schools would solve
the perpetual shortage of campus
"Rather than trying to reinvent
the wheel, why not use the
resources you have in place?"
said Ruggiero, who is himself a
reserve officer for UNLV's
campus police. "I'm sure there
are teachers out there that have
thought about becoming officers.
We shouldn't restrict them . We
should train them."
Education officials say so far
there are more questions than
answers about the proposal.
a child becomes violent during
class, would the teacher-officer
be allowed to use more
aggressive means of restraint
than a regular teacher? In a
campus emergency, would the
teacher-officer leave his
classroom unattended to respond?
Feel free to
If you aren't
hearing about at
least some these
problems from your
pastor, why is he
LET FRIENDS SEND THEIR
CHILDREN TO GOVERNMENT