Category Archives: Family

Parental rights under assault

A family a play. Without parental rights, scenes like this might never play out again.
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Hillary Clinton once said that it takes a village to raise a child. At the time it seemed like she might have meant that all of us are responsible for the children around us. Given Mrs. Clinton’s ideas regarding socialism, it is more likely that she meant that the responsibility for raising children rests with the collective culture and not parents. If the medical case of 15-year-old Justinia Pelletier is an example of Mrs. Clinton’s ideology, then this ideology may be more sinister than any of us could have imagined and parental rights hang in the balance.

UN is after our kids – again!

Benjamin Netanyahu gave them hell at the UN today, as Daniel Patrick Moynihan did nearly fifty-nine years earlier.
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The United Nations is at it again. They are once again doing all in their power to come between parents and their children – in true Hitlerian form. Whether it be through Common Core or the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC), global elitists must lie awake at nights trying to figure out ways to turn out kids into slaves and neutralize the sacred bond between parent and child. Their latest ploy is the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD).

Cowardly lions, tigers, bullies, RINO’s

TEA Party to GOP establishment: enough already.
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What do cowardly lions and toothless tigers have in common?  Their bark (roar) is worse than their bite – much like Chris Christie in New Jersey.  The NJ Governor sure knows how to stand up against the average citizen but when New Jerseyans need him to be a tiger and stand up against a rogue judiciary, they find out that this tiger is toothless.

Governor Christie: homosexual not sinful

Chris Christie of New Jersey: did he learn anything?
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It’s settled after reviewing all the facts! Governor Chris “Blunderbuss” Christie, took a long hard look at scripture, and the psychological medical data, and to the delight of the sodomite community decreed that: “Homosexuality’ is not a sin!”

Homosexuality: open letter to Christie

Chris Christie of New Jersey: did he learn anything?
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To Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey: your signing of a new law banning the treatment of homosexual tendencies is a grave mistake. You rely too heavily on prejudiced opinions and junk science for your conclusion. You have in effect conferred protection on a mental disturbance, protection that no amount of direct observation can justify. Worse yet: when people lament their homosexual tendencies, you have just told them, “You’re gay. You were born that way. Accept it.” Of course what you do not realize is that homosexuality is a learned response, a teachable response, and a recruitable response. Such recruitment took place in ancient Greece, and again in medieval Rome. And recent evidence suggests it is taking place again.

Welfare: safety net or trap?

The unemployment line. Does welfare make this worse?
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Recently I spoke to a friend who had just returned from a trip to see his family in Greece. I asked about what had been in the news recently – the economy and its collapse. What he told me was not what I expected to hear.

Obama’s “Transparent” War on America

Barack H. Obama gave one of the worst State of the Union addresses of his career.
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These rituals remind us of the principles that we hold in common, and Islam’s role in advancing justice, progress, tolerance and the dignity of all human beings. – Barack Hussein Obama, Ramadan 2009, Washington, D.C.

Education Reform Part 3: Make it Real

Common Core puts a worm into this apple.
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In Parts One and Two of this series on education reform I discussed both the problems of government-run education and the possible solutions. In essence, the main message was “take your kids out of government-run schools.” This final part of the series will deal with the nuts and bolts of bringing one of those suggestions into reality.

Romeike family to defend home schooling

Common Core puts a worm into this apple.
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Uwe and Hannalore Romeike and their children will have their day in court today – specifically the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. That court will decide whether they can stay in this country to home school their children, or have to leave the United States. They fear that if they have to go back to Germany, they face arrest and imprisonment, and their children face removal to foster care, over their home schooling practices.

Girl Scouts: Scouting Gone Astray

Girl Scouts as they used to be.
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I asked many of you to please contact the Boy Scouts of America to ask them to adhere to their standards of morality by not allowing open homosexuals leaders and members into their organization. This brought to mind my own Girl Scouting experiences which I want to share with you that are not for the faint in heart.