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    Tag: gay agenda

    Tuesday Divertere Or Something

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Tue Nov 08, 2011 at 03:32:51 PM EST
    Tags: Special Rights, Health & Safety, Gay Agenda, Traverse City, Michigan, Moral CDC, Debasement, Mental Health, Aids, Homosexuality (all tags)

    All politics are local. But..

    Earlier this year, much happened that thickened my skin to the viciousness that the left will gladly dole out.  Part of the agenda that I apparently threatened was the homosexual agenda, or rather the normalization of it so that it is palatable to families, and particularly the youth of our state.

    Today, one part of the Leftist normalization agenda faces a voter challenge.  The unanimous vote to support a special rights ordinance by city commissioners in Traverse City sets the stage for a "Saugatuck of the north" or perhaps a little San Francisco, something I would prefer to not see.

    Last night I stated my objection to this ordinance. ~ below ~

    (4 comments, 140 words in story) Full Story

    Eastern Michigan University: Endorse Homosexual Lifestyle or NO SOUP FOR YOU!

    By Theblogprof, Section News
    Posted on Sat Apr 04, 2009 at 09:20:34 PM EST
    Tags: academia, gay agenda, media bias (all tags)

    Cross-posted at theblogprof

    This sais it for me:

    This is another unbelievable story coming out of academia. Being of academia, I see kookiness now and again, but nothing like this. Moreover, there hasn't been a boo or a peep about this in the local MSM. Gee - I wonder why? Maybe the MSM is busy trying to paint the entire populace as a bunch of homophobes? (Media Homophobic Entrapment Fails (Epically)) I had to find this story at the WND: University to student: Endorse being 'gay' or leave. Talk about an offer you can't refuse, ala The Godfather. What happened to that whole "tolerance" thing? Diversity? Anyway, here's the gist:

    (8 comments, 428 words in story) Full Story

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