Saturday, March 14, 2015

OK House Oks Bill Ending State Marriage Licenses!

I found this article on the Daily Paul Liberty Forum...

“The point of my legislation is to take the state out of the process and leave marriage in the hands of the clergy,” said state Rep. Todd Russ, R-Cordell, the bill’s House author. “Marriage was historically a religious covenant first and a government-recognized contract second. Under my bill, the state is not allowing or disallowing same-sex marriage. It is simply leaving it up to the clergy.”
Uh oh... there's controversy...
"The executive director of Freedom Oklahoma, which advocates in behalf of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender individuals, criticized House passage of the measure."
I hope the OK Senate passes it. Get the State out of marriage! Would love to see SCOTUS try to abrogate the First Amendment. They'd be in for the fight of their life.
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Friday, March 06, 2015

Cincinnati Gay Rights Activist Faked Abduction

Adam Hoover, a Cincinnati gay rights activist, called 911 claiming that he had been abducted and was forced into the trunk of his car.  I am guessing that this was an attempt to smear pro-family values Christians.  I am wondering how the news media is going to proceed with this story.

Remember the Matthew Shepard case?  Matthew's mother and others are still using him as an example of why we need so-called "hate crimes" laws to give "hated" groups like homosexuals extra protection under the law because they are supposedly more hated than others.  But it was later found that the motive of Matthew Shepard's murderers was robbery and they had no idea that he was gay.  Yet they still go around to schools and colleges giving speeches about how we need extra protection for gays because of Matthew's murder.

But back to Adam Hoover.  Why would anyone be so dumb as to force someone into the trunk of a car without first taking their communication devices away from them?  Why would Adam be so dumb as to think that he was going to get away with this?  When are people going to wake up realize that the gay agenda is not about equality or getting rid of hate, but is about selfishness and dishonesty?  The police had to respond to Adam's call because at first they had no way of knowing that it wasn't a real emergency situation.  Other people could have lost their possessions or even their lives due to crimes because the police were tied up with this phony report.  Even if he had a just cause (which he doesn't) it is totally wrong to make a false report to the police.  It is pure selfishness.

Homosexuality is dirty and degrading.  But this does not make me want to abduct or murder a homosexual.  Nor does it make anybody else want to do this.  Prostitution, child molestation, and bestiality are also dirty and degrading.  But I am not going to go out and abduct any of those perverts either.  Rather, I would try to gently and lovingly convince any who engage in any form of sexual immorality to repent and trust in Jesus.  But this does not make for a good story according to the mainstream news media.

Selma Civil Rights March: News Media Supports Historical Inaccuracy

They (the mainstream news media) are still crediting the "Emancipation Proclamation"  as the law that ended slavery, even though it really was the 13th Amendment that ended slavery.  The EP only applied to ten of the southern states, was an illegal over-reach of Presidential powers, and some northern states continued to practice slavery after it was issued.

But now we have a new historical fallacy regrading the attenuation of racial inequality.  People want to take credit for what someone else has done.  I have heard several news reports that the so-called Selma Civil Rights March "gave blacks the right to vote".  This is totally absurd.  Supposedly, this march led to adoption of the Voting Rights Act which they are saying "gave blacks the right to vote".

The 15th Amendment is what really guarantees that blacks (and people of any other race) have the right to vote.  To be more correct, they can't be denied the right to vote on the basis of race.  Here it is ratified nearly 100 years before all of this "Voting Rights Act" nonsense:
Section. 1. The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude.
Section. 2. The Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.
According to Wikipedia, "In Mobile v. Bolden (1980), the Supreme Court held that as originally enacted in 1965, Section 2 [of the VRA] simply restated the Fifteenth Amendment..."  

The real purpose of the VRA was to give the Federal Government power to manipulate local elections so that the fat cats in Washington could stay in power.   The VRA does not do anything to protect blacks but does prohibit certain prerequisites for voting like literacy tests, educational or knowledge requirements, proof of good moral character, and requirements that a person be vouched for.  So this is really about making sure that corrupt, immoral and uneducated people can vote so that the votes of the honest, hardworking, and knowledgeable Americans can be diluted.  It is easier for a corrupt politician to get elected if the electorate is uneducated and selfish.  The VRA has absolutely nothing to do with race.

This is just another example why Americans need to do two things:  1. learn the Constitution 2. do not support any piece of legislation until you have read it yourself.  People are now making a big deal about this 50th anniversary of the Selma march because they want to take credit for something that had already been done a long time before that.