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Graham Enters the Fray

Graham’s a South Carolina Republican known for working with leftist Democrats and for promoting climate change legislation and amnesty for illegal immigrants.

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Ben Carson Is not Presidential Material

By Jerry A. Kane

Potential 2016 presidential candidate Ben Carson apologized Wednesday for saying homosexuality was a lifestyle choice.

Wednesday morning on CNN’s “New Day” show with Chris Cuomo, Ben Carson said:

“A lot of people who go into prison go into prison straight — and when they come out, they’re gay. So, did something happen while they were in there? Ask yourself that question.”

Wednesday afternoon in a post on his Facebook page Ben Carson wrote:

“I do not pretend to know how every individual came to their sexual orientation. I regret that my words to express that concept were hurtful and divisive. For that I apologize unreservedly to all that were offended.”

Later Wednesday afternoon Ben Carson appeared on Sean Hannity’s radio show and said:

“I simply have decided I’m not going to really talk about that issue anymore, because every time I gain momentum, the liberal press says, ‘let’s talk about gay rights.’ I’m just not going to fall for that anymore.”

During a January 22, 2015, interview with YouTube personality GloZell Green, Hussein (peace be upon him) said:

“I think people know that treating folks unfairly, even if you disagree with their lifestyle choice… Let them live their lives and under the law they should be treated equally”

So both Hussein and Carson violated the gaystapo’s edict that all Americans must believe there’s no choice in sexual orientation. Both black men said that homosexuality is a “lifestyle choice,” yet Carson felt compelled to apologize for violating the gaystapo’s diktat, while Hussein remains unapologetic to this day.

The homofascists have had their way with Carson and have completely discredited him. His anti-2nd amendment stance on gun control took the wind out of his sails, and now this latest mea culpa to the gaystapo leaves him dead in the water. It’s obvious that Carson lacks the backbone to respond with moral conviction and courage against those who promote such a disease ridden, dysfunctional lifestyle.

Clearly, Carson is not presidential material; and were he white, the political pundits would not be talking about him or be paying him any mind.

To quote Homer Simpson, “Let’s file this under R, for arrivederci.”

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Ray Rice has become “Peck’s Bad Boy” for a deteriorating National Football League. When the first video of him dragging his unconscious fiancée out of an elevator appeared in July, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell slapped Rice’s wrist with a two game suspension.

Goodell went on to revise the league’s disciplinary policy regarding domestic violence to include a minimum six-game suspension or more for the first infraction and up to a lifetime ban for the second, with the prospect of yearly appeals.

But now that a longer version of the video has surfaced showing Rice administering a left jab to the jaw of his future wife, “Jolly Roger” stepped to the mic and said that “domestic violence and sexual assault are wrong … illegal … unacceptable … under any circumstances … [and] have no place in the NFL …” He then suspended the Baltimore Raven indefinitely for the knock punch.

On first blush the zero tolerance policy along with the indefinite suspension of Rice looks like the NFL has taken appropriate measures and is moving in the right direction, but the truth is many abusers of women continue to play football in the league.

For example, Rice’s teammate Terrell Suggs has had two incidents with his then-girlfriend and now wife. In 2009, he allegedly, “threw a soap dispenser at her head, hit her in the chest with his hand, and held a bottle of bleach over her and their 1-year-old son.” In 2012, the All-Pro linebacker “punched her in the neck and dragged her alongside a speeding car with their two children in the vehicle.”

Earlier this summer, Carolina Panthers Pro Bowl defensive end Greg Hardy was convicted of assaulting his girlfriend and threatening her life. Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall has a rap sheet and has been charged twice for domestic violence.

Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Randy Starks hit his fiancée; Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant hit his mother; Arizona Cardinals defensive end Frostee Rucker was twice charged with spousal battery; and San Francisco 49ers defensive tackle Ray McDonald was arrested for domestic violence just 72 hours after Goodell announced the league’s revised policy.

And these players rest at the tip of the iceberg. U-T San Diego reviewed hundreds of news reports involving NFL players since 2000 and compiled a list of arrests and citations that were more serious than speeding tickets.

It appears the reason Ray Rice has become the league’s “Peck’s Bad Boy” is that his “infraction” was caught on camera for the world to see. As Steve Doocy of Fox & Friends quipped, “the message is, when you’re in an elevator, there’s a camera.”

In other words, as long as players don’t get caught knocking out women on camera for the world to see, they’re cleared to play football in the NFL.


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The X-Men comics and movies are really an allegory about homosexual culture and a stealth way to introduce homosexual propaganda to the general public. The mutant superheroes push a homosexual rights message and are in fact “stand-ins” for homosexual, lesbian, and transgender people.

“Since the comic appeared in the 60s, pop-culture critics have drawn parallels between the mutants’ struggle to gain wider acceptance for being genetically ‘different,’ and the gay community’s struggle for acceptance and recognition.”

Most of the homosexual propaganda in the X-Men movies can be attributed to Bryan Singer, the out-of-the-closet homosexual who directed “X-Men,” “X2: X-Men United,” and “X-Men: Days of Future Past,” and produced of “X-Men First Class.”

“[W]hat better way than in a giant, action, summer event movie! I could think of no better place to spill out one’s own personal problems and foist them onto the world … “—Bryan Singer

The accused pederast director/producer adapted his personal feelings of being alienated and ostracized as a homosexual to the homosexuality/homophobia subtext of the movie series.

“[Y]ou feel kind of alone in the world because you’re separate from everyone else. … A gay kid doesn’t discover he or she is gay until around puberty. And their parents aren’t gay necessarily, and their classmates aren’t, and they feel truly alone in the world and have to find, sometimes never find, a way to live.”— Bryan Singer

The X-Men movies have pushed homosexual issues into the mainstream. The parallels between the mutants’ struggle to gain wider acceptance for being genetically different, and the homosexual community’s struggle for acceptance and recognition are demonstrably obvious.

“Like queers, these mutants discover their ‘difference’ during puberty and struggle to hide it from friends and family. They forge their self-identity when they meet others like them. And they grow up learning to fight the system that shuns and persecutes them.”—Helmi

For the X-Men, mutation is a pressing social issue and telling the world one is a mutant is a serious matter when most people are “mutantphobes.” “X2: X-Men United” presents a coming-out scene, complete with confusion and mutantphobia, when Bobby Drake, aka Iceman, and fellow mutants visit his family.

The “Have you ever tried not being a mutant” scene is the rhetorical equivalent of a homosexual, lesbian, or bisexual teenager’s “coming out” ritual. Like members of the homosexual community, mutants who go public risk family rejection, political and social marginalization, and physical violence.

Singer and the X-Men screen writers are portraying X-Men muntantcy and their struggle for acceptance in society as analogous to the homosexual community’s quest to make homosexuality the moral equivalent of heterosexuality.

In the article “Making Gay Sense of X-Men,” homosexual author William Earnest, writes “Singer and his screenwriters equipped X-Men and X2 with the rhetorical stealth needed to fly below the gaydar of many critics and audience members.”

In a Facebook comment, “X-Men: First Class” screenwriter Zach Stenz posted, “I helped write the movie, and can tell you the gay rights … allegory stuff was put in there on purpose.”

X-Men: First Class, the prequel for “X-Men” and “X2: X-Men United,” continued the subtext messages of mutants as an allegory for the homosexual community. When Hank McCoy’s coworkers find out that he’s a mutant, they ask him why he hid his identity. McCoy tells them, “You didn’t ask; I didn’t tell,” which of course is an obvious reference to the military’s now defunct policy of “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell.”

To lure openly gay activist actor Ian McKellen to play Magneto, Singer told him that mutants were comparable to struggling homosexuals and that X-Men is really about lesbain, gay, bisexual, and transgender people.

“I think he expected that I was going to consider it a not posh-enough job. I thought he was right. It’s not just a fantasy story. It’s a parable.”—Ian McKellen

McKellen, an open homosexual and co-founder of the LGBT gay activist group Stonewall, admits that when he stays at hotels he tears out pages from the Bible that condemn homosexuality. McKellen told “Details” that a married couple had sent him a package containing 40 pages torn from Bibles attached to a string with instructions to be hung in the bathroom and used for toilet paper.


 

 


In their book, After the Ball: How America Will Conquer Its Fear and Hatred of Gays in the 90’s, Marshall Kirk and Hunter Madsen describe a 3-stage plan to further the homosexual agenda and homosexualize America.

The first stage is to desensitize the public:

“The main thing is to talk about gayness until the issue becomes thoroughly tiresome . . . If you can get [straights] to think [homosexuality] is just another thing—meriting no more than a shrug of the shoulders—then your battle for legal and societal rights is virtually won.”

The second stage is to silence all expression and support for dissenting opinion; and the third stage is to convert the public by spreading propaganda via the media to the nation.

To get a better idea of how well the propaganda has been working, the X-Men film series has grossed over $3 billion worldwide, making it the 12th highest-grossing film franchise of all-time, and the sad reality is very few of the millions who saw the films knew that they were being indoctrinated in subversive homosexual propaganda.

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Scott Lively, A One-Eyed Man in the Land of the Blind

By Jerry A. Kane

Last week the Rev. Scott Lively, an independent candidate for Governor of Massachusetts, joined seven other declared candidates in the state’s first gubernatorial forum on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues at the Boston Public Library.

Rather than join in with the others in the hallelujah “pro-gay” chorus, Lively addressed homosexual behaviors from a medical, sociological, and biblical viewpoint. Lively’s common sense language left politicians and audience members startled like they’d been slapped in the face with some cheap aftershave.

At times Lively was interrupted by grunts and guffaws from disgruntled audience members and rude and snide comments from the candidates, yet their mockery, scorn, and hostility did not deter him. He presented a clinic on how to fight back against hostility and overwhelming odds. He kept his composure and conveyed his message.

When it was over, Lively stood alone as the only independent thinker among the group of me-too candidates parroting gaystapo talking points. As one reporter put it, “Most of the candidates for governor had the same message … Lively was the forum’s outlier. He lived up to his last name …”

For too long now, conservative politicians and pro-family leaders have been reluctant to tell the truth about homosexuality. When they are confronted with political correctness, they back peddle and compromise rather than stand tall and fight on principles.

All too often they collapse under the pressure and run away instead of standing up to the name-calling and engaging the battle. It’s obvious they’re controlled by fear, but what’s sad is that they seem to be the only ones who don’t know it.

If nothing else, Lively has shown that repeating truths forcefully and fearlessly is the only way to defeat a homosexual movement built on lies, deceit, and disinformation.

In last week’s Massachusetts candidate forum, the Rev. Scott Lively proved he’s more than just some run-of-the-mill independent candidate for governor; he’s the proverbial one-eyed man in the land of the blind. Whether or not he’s made king is another matter altogether.


 

This 18:30 youtube video is taken from The Millstone Report web cast at the Resistance Radio Network.

The show aired Tuesday, April 1, 2014. TMR is broadcast live M-F from 10:00 am — noon on channel 2.

To see the full two-hour show, go to the Ought to be Headlines web page. Join the resistance and make a difference before it’s too late.

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Tell Levin and Hannity to Back anti-Establishment Senate Candidates

By Jerry A. Kane

If Mark Levin and Sean Hannity weren’t establishment tools, they’d be working tirelessly to promote the anti-establishment senate candidates in the upcoming GOP primaries, but they’re not.

Look, I’m not talking about a casual mention of a particular senate race here and there, or an occasional rant against one of the establishment’s candidates. I’m talking about interviewing these largely unknown candidates and dropping their names with increased frequency as each primary approaches. Name recognition is paramount for these unknown candidates to have a fighting chance against the better-known establishment incumbents and their well-financed campaigns.

If Levin and Hannity had an ounce of integrity and the courage of their professed convictions, they would be repentant for their wholehearted endorsement of Orin Hatch, a card-carrying member of the permanent political class and more RINO (Republican in name only) than Bob Bennett, who lost Utah’s 2010 primary to Mike Lee.

To jog your memory, Hatch was headed for defeat in 2012, but Mark Levin and Sean Hannity intervened to save his bacon. They endorsed Hatch, interviewed and promoted him on their shows as a stalwart conservative; then they relentlessly attacked Dan Liljenquist, Hatch’s challenger, who in truth was an actual conservative tough on fiscal issues, illegal immigration, and the GOP establishment.

Levin was the more ruthless of the two. He mercilessly attacked Liljenquist backer Freedom Works and its head Dick Armey for prompting a radical, open-borders, pro-amnesty position, and viciously smeared Liljenquist even though Hatch had been a supporter of amnesty and had sponsored the open-borders DREAM Act.

Levin endorsed Hatch without reservation knowing Hatch had been in DC since 1976; had promoted SCHIP (Obamacare for Children), TARP, the Law of the Sea Treaty, and Medicare Part D; and had voted to confirm leftists Stephen Breyer, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Ben Bernanke, Timothy Geithner, Eric Holder, and Cass Sunstein.

“I endorsed Orrin Hatch a year ago and will continue to do so,” proclaimed Levin on Facebook.

Hatch’s voting record called into question whether he would uphold the Constitution and defend liberty and freedom, but Levin was undeterred. He doubled down his support for the big-spending, Beltway-entrenched incumbents’ mascot who routinely crossed the aisle to promote and pass the Democrats’ destructive agenda.

Hatch reflected the antithesis of the spirit behind the Tea Party movement. Following his vote in support of Eric Holder as Attorney General, he said, “I like Barack Obama and I want to help him if I can.” Hatch was actually part of the overall problem. He epitomized everything Levin said he opposed on his radio talk show; yet, Levin gave Hatch his unwavering support.

Levin has a reputation for being a constitutional scholar and a solid Reagan conservative and his endorsement of the six-term senator with a big-government voting record and nearly four decades of costly progressive partnerships carried a lot of clout with the tea party faithful and the conservative grassroots. His endorsement helped Hatch gain credibility and trust among Utah Republicans in one of the nation’s reddest states.

Hatch, of course, went on to win the primary and was reelected. About eight months later during his radio talk show, Mark Levin read the names of the 14 GOP Senators who voted for amnesty; and of course, sticking out like a sore thumb was the name Orin Hatch. Levin made a half-hearted attempt at an apology for backing Hatch, saying, “I could never endorse him again.” The horse is gone, so what’s the point in locking the gate now, Mark?

Primaries are where the fight for the soul of the GOP take place. Primaries are where the GOP’s RINO establishment should be ousted. Primaries are where the grass roots lets the party know that they’re mad as hell and not gonna to take it anymore.

Unfortunately Mark Levin’s and Sean Hannity’s endorsements wield enormous credibility among the tea party faithful and conservative Republicans, but too often they put their shows’ ratings and personal interests ahead of their professed beliefs. The truth is what they say and do adheres more to management, advertising, and FCC guidelines than it does to principles of liberty and freedom. That’s the true nature of the beast, and it’s naive to think otherwise.

Looking to talk radio for heroes and champions is like looking for love in all the wrong places. People who do it are setting themselves up for a major letdown.

But don’t take my word for it; use the available social media and ask the dynamic duo if they’ll go all out to help these anti-establishment senate candidates get the name recognition and raise the money to rid the GOP of its RINOs.

Those with the convictions to take me up on my challenge should prepare for disappointment when the bloom falls off the rose.

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Chaplain Assistant Could Face Court Martial for Calling Homosexuality a Sin

By Jerry A. Kane

An Army chaplain’s assistant could be court martialed for posting homosexuality is a sin on her personal Facebook page. The Facebook post was in reaction to a documentary she had watched about a pastor who endorsed homosexuality.

“A lot ticked off, now to all my gay friends you know I care about you so don’t think otherwise. I’m watching this documentary and this gay guy went to a church and the Pastor was telling him that he needs to embrace his way and know that it is not a sin. Ok umm wow, dude it is. I’m sick of people making Gods word what it’s not. Yes God loves you as a person but He hates the sin. Tired of hearing about Pastors being ok with homosexuality.”—Facebook post by chaplain’s assistant

The 26-year-old evangelical Christian, who wishes to remain anonymous, said her commander told her that her Facebook post “was creating hostile and antagonistic environment in the unit” and ordered her to “take it down or face a UCMJ [Uniform Code of Military Justice court martial].

The chaplain’s assistant vows not to remove the post because she doesn’t see anything hostile or antagonistic in it or think she’s done anything wrong.

“I haven’t taken it down and I won’t take it down. … For me to do that would be to say they won. Where does it stop? If they are going to silence me on Facebook, where will it stop?”—anonymous chaplain’s assistant

Her pastor at Radiant Church in Colorado Springs also doesn’t see anything objectionable in the posting.

“I read what she posted and there was absolutely no trace of animus, disrespect or hostility. … Her issue [was] with pastors who refuse to acknowledge scriptural teaching about homosexual behavior.”—Todd Hudnall, Radiant Church pastor

The chaplain’s assistant thinks that people in her unit reported her to the commander. She says she’ll stand her ground and go to court if necessary.

Ron Crews, executive director of the Chaplains Alliance for Religious Liberty has contacted her and will support her if she needs it.

“Just because a person wears a uniform does not mean they give up their religious liberties and their ability to speak about matters of faith.”—Ron Crews

I.M. Kane

For more on the story, see “Army Chaplain’s Asst. Faces Punishment for Christian Beliefs” and “Army Chaplain Assistant Reportedly Threatened With Reduction in Pay and Rank Over Facebook Post Calling Homosexuality a Sin.”

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