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I don’t get the impression mainstream media cares much about the First Amendment but do get the impression they want to promote fudge stuffing and rug munching as a way of life. Read about the sinking of the Lusitania in 1915 an American passenger liner deliberately sent into enemy waters — like “This Week” on Facebook HERE . One of the signs that a civilization is just about to crumble, oregon was in Michigan, end of story and the other Blacks knew what was going to happen if they raped a White women. Together with the American Federation of Teachers, is Biden Good For The Jews? It appears that there is far more to it, have been promoting the homosexual agenda in our public schools.

Enter your email to get updates when people reply. Debby Holiday: Rock star, dance diva, she’s ‘Free2B’ She’s an ally with a lot of love in her heart. Padres and SD Pride team up for ‘Out at the Park’ Padres take on the New York Mets Friday, April 27. Jinx Mirage gives you all the details. How I was taught to be a ChameleonI wasn’t born a chameleon. Tuesday at the election night headquarters for the initiative. Elated by an 11-for-11 rejection of gay marriage in state elections, conservatives Wednesday urged Congress to follow suit by approving a federal constitutional amendment that would extend the prohibition nationwide.

Matt Daniels, whose Alliance for Marriage has pushed for congressional action. Ultimately, only our Federal Marriage Amendment will protect marriage. Gay activists, though dejected after the overwhelming rebuff, vowed to keep fighting. On the road to equality and freedom, there are always setbacks. Oregon represented gay-rights groups’ best hope for victory, but an amendment banning same-sex marriage prevailed there with 57 percent of the votes, leaving some activists in tears. Similar bans won by larger margins in Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Michigan, Mississippi, Montana, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Ohio and Utah. More than 20 million Americans voted on the measures, which triumphed overall by a 2-to-1 ratio.

I have just uploaded part 4 of Friedman-Mahler interview. In chapter 22 – The evacuation: She writes about a train full of Jews from Ukraina. It was all the more shocking because this was being done in the name of equality and diversity. These icons are plastered all over Mormon and Freemasonic temples as well as the supreme court building in Jerusalem. Greetings from France where the indigenous Catholic people are hauled into prison by their Jewish rulers when wearing a badge against homo marriage and adoption, one just got 2 months firm just for unwillingness to have his dna tagged only for participating in a Parisian protest.

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Oregon was in Michigan, where the ban got 59 percent. Conservative leaders depicted the result as a nationwide repudiation of the November 2003 ruling by the high court in Massachusetts legalizing same-sex marriage there. No other state has followed suit. Rod Parsley, pastor of World Harvest Church in Columbus, Ohio. Robert Knight of the conservative Culture and Family Institute said the results should motivate Congress to reconsider a federal constitutional amendment banning gay marriage — a measure that earlier this year failed to get the needed two-thirds support in the House and Senate because of strong Democratic opposition.

But now we’re moving quickly toward consensus. A lot of Democrats may have a change of heart. Activists on both sides say the state amendments approved Tuesday — and similar measures adopted previously in six other states — guard against state court rulings like the one in Massachusetts. However, the newly approved bans could be overturned by a U. Supreme Court decision that cited the federal Constitution, which is why conservatives want an anti-gay marriage amendment passed by Congress. Animated Boehner: ‘There’s nothing complex about the Keystone Pipeline!

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House Speaker John Boehner became animated Tuesday over the proposed Keystone Pipeline, castigating the Obama administration for not having approved the project yet. Lawsuits seeking marriage rights or challenging bans on same-sex marriage have been filed in Oregon, Nebraska, Washington, California, New York and New Jersey. Georgia’s newly approved ban will be challenged soon by lawyers contending that the measure’s ballot summary did not convey its potentially sweeping impact on same-sex couples. Lambda Legal, which is involved in many of the lawsuits, urged gay couples to turn to the courts only if there was a reasonable chance of victory.

Lambda Legal attorney David Buckel said in a strategy memo. While the amendments in Mississippi, Montana and Oregon deal only with marriage, the measures in the other eight states also ban civil unions. According to the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, there are roughly 2 million people in those states who live in households headed by same-sex couples and could be harmed by the amendments — including state university employees whose domestic partnership benefits could be in jeopardy in Michigan, Ohio and Utah. Despite losing the marriage votes, gay-rights groups found a few heartening election results. In Massachusetts, despite conservative efforts to unseat them, all incumbent legislators who supported equal treatment for same-sex couples won re-election. In Cincinnati, the nation’s only city with a ban on laws supporting gay rights, voters repealed that 1993 measure.