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LGBT sexual tyranny and the Boy Scouts of America

When LGBT sexual tyranny chalks up another victory in places like the left-coast state of California—where they are about to add a make-believe third gender option for CA driver’s licenses, ID cards, and birth certificates—it’s a business as usual situation…

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Orlando aftermath – Two wrongs do not make an LGBT Right

I’m disappointed conservatives are acquiescing to the LGBT agenda. Let me be clear—the Orlando shooting was absolutely terrible and tragic. But the response to this tragedy should not be embracing and advocating for gay rights. I’ve seen the posts, the…

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Orlando massacre had nothing to do with homophobia or guns

By now, you’ve probably heard or read about the horrific shooting at a Orlando, FL. night club, where 50 people were killed and 50+ injured. The club, known as “Pulse” and which described itself as “the hottest gay bar in…

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Colorado Supreme Court refuses to defend religious freedom

The constitutional protections provided in the First Amendment regarding our freedom of religion took another hit in Colorado as the state supreme court refused to intervene in a case where a Colorado baker is being forced by law to violate…

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Four-year-old preschooler expelled in the name of LGBT tolerance

Two weeks ago I shared a story about how the Michigan State Board of Education was essentially guilty of child abuse by promoting the LGBT agenda through a policy that encourages children of any age to experiment with transgenderism. Under…

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California bill attempts to force LGBT agenda on America

I recently had the opportunity to participate in promoting the launch of a new book by Erick Erickson and Bill Blankschaen, You Will Be Made To Care, that exposes the assault on religious liberty and American culture by extreme left-wing…

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Democrat campaign ads we’ll never see

As time ticks down to the Iowa caucuses—considered to be the official kickoff of the 2016 election season—we can all brace for the coming onslaught of radio and television commercial ads from candidates, Super PACs and heaven only knows who…

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FDA, Planned Parenthood and HIV-tainted blood

The homosexual movement has NEVER been about equality. From the very beginning, it’s always been about unconditional acceptance and an embrace of their sexually-deviant lifestyle. Refuse to fall in line and you will pay with your livelihood, and possibly your…

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America needs a little more serpent and a little less dove

Recently my faith has been called into question by some of the presidential candidates running for the Republican nomination because, as a social conservative, I don’t agree with them about illegal immigration, abortion, same-sex marriage, or even how we need…

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High school required to let boys use girls’ locker room

On Monday, the federal government mandated that a Chicago high school allow a full biological male into the girls’ locker room for all purposes, including nudity, because the boy “identifies” as a girl. Under the ruling, the feds determined that…

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Government LGBT report on “Conversion Therapy” targets Christians

A new report from the U.S. government calls for an end to what they are calling the “discredited practice” known as conversion therapy (CT) for homosexual, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) youths. The report released last week by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) comes just months after the Obama administration endorsed efforts to ban the practice. According to SAMHSA Special Expert on LGBT Affairs, Elliot Kennedy: “Conversion therapies or other efforts to change sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression are not effective, reinforce harmful gender stereotypes and are not appropriate mental health treatments.” The report advocates that these youngsters “be supported in their right to explore, define, and articulate their own identity,” because, according to Kennedy, variations in sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression are normal. The America Psychological Association (APA), which helped develop the report, lists increases in depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts and poor self-esteem as consequences of CT. They further claim that these negative mental health effects may contribute to substance abuse and risky sexual behaviors by some youngsters. Wait a minute. Is the APA actually making the claim that encouraging youth to engage in deviant sexual behavior will actually prevent engaging in […]

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Legal scholars: Same-sex marriage is not law of the land

Ever since the Supreme Court’s Obergefell decision, politicians–including a few RINOs who would like to be president–have taken to calling it the “law of the land” when asked to take a position on the controversial ruling. In light of a new statement issued by a group of legal scholars, perhaps they should reconsider playing this cop-out card in the future. Breitbart.com is reporting that more than sixty prominent legal scholars have issued a statement saying the Supreme Court’s decision “cannot be taken to have settled the law of the land,” and they are calling on federal and state office holders, along with regular citizens, to act as if the decision is invalid. According to scholars, the bare-majority decision on homosexual marriage lacks “anything remotely resembling a warrant in the text, logic, structure, or original understanding of the Constitution” and therefore “must be judged anti-constitutional and illegitimate.” One signer of the controversial proposition is Professor Robert George of Princeton University, who said: “We stand with James Madison and Abraham Lincoln in recognizing that the Constitution is not whatever a majority of Supreme Court justices say it is. We remind all officeholders in the United States that they are pledged to uphold […]

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Same-sex marriage wins – Christians lose in Kentucky

I wrote yesterday about how the same-sex marriage ruling in Obergefel v. Hodges by the Supreme Court was being used by polygamists in an attempt to legalize plural marriages. At the end of the article, I challenged anyone who held the belief that redefining marriage would only affect the homosexual community to take the time to learn how it would ultimately lead to the destruction of our First Amendment rights — specifically, the Freedom of Religion. These fears were realized in Kentucky yesterday when a county clerk was ordered by the Supreme Court to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples after they rejected her contention that she was being forced to violate her religious convictions. The justices, without explanation, refused to lift a lower court order requiring Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis to resume distributing marriage licenses. She had stopped issuing any licenses, even after an order from the state’s governor, immediately after the Supreme Court ruling in June. The emergency appeal has been identified as an early test as to how the Supreme Court handle religious objections to gay marriage following the landmark ruling. Unfortunately, the ruling came down as Chief Justice John Roberts predicted in his dissenting opinion […]

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Denver City Council joins forces with the Gay Mafia

In their never-ending mission to destroy all who stand in the way of universal acceptance of their sexually-deviant lifestyle, we have received news that the Denver City Council has joined the Gay Mafia. According to a story in The Denver Post, a routine contract with Chick-fil-A was pending before the Denver City Council to operate one of its restaurants at Denver International Airport (DIA) when Councilman Paul Lopez stood in opposition to their application, calling it a “really, truly a moral issue on the city.” Robin Kniech—the council’s first openly homosexual member— who should be looking out for every citizen of Denver and not just the special interests of her fellow homosexuals, concurred with Lopez because she was worried about a local franchise generating “corporate profits used to fund and fuel discrimination.” And Councilman Jolon Clark said, “We can do better than this brand in Denver at out airport, in my estimation.” Despite repeated assurances from concessionaires to the City of Denver that they follow nondiscrimination laws—not to mention the fact that the City of Denver had no evidence that Chick-fil-A has ever discriminated against employees or customers—the Council put the situation on hold for two weeks. So, if there’s […]

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BSA president Robert Gates: mentally asleep and morally bankrupt

  The objectives of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) are referred to as the “Aims of Scouting” and they are: moral character development, citizenship training, and development of physical, mental, and emotional fitness. The Boy Scout oath states, in part, that a scout will do his duty to God and his country, to keep himself physically strong, mentally awake and morally straight. Yet none of these words were found in a statement from the president of the BSA, Robert Gates, as he announced a new policy to embrace—pardon the pun—homosexuals as scout leaders: “For far too long this issue has divided and distracted us. Now it’s time to unite behind our shared belief in the extraordinary power of Scouting to be a force for good.” In today’s announcement, the blanket ban on homosexual scout leaders was lifted while allowing church-sponsored Scout units to maintain the exclusion for religious reasons. According to Gates, lifting the ban was necessary to avoid being the target of lawsuits that the Scouts would likely lose, but with the exemption for religious reasons, Gates has actually created an environment where lawsuits are likely to increase. In fact, the BSA’s top leaders pledged to defend the […]

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How should Christians react to same-sex marriage?

Since Obergefell v. Hodges concluded, we’ve seen a rampant uptick of opinions from Christians and those in support of same-sex “marriage.” Just Google “same-sex marriage opinions,” and you can browse through all 18 million hits. But something has been left out of the equation. Through all the defense and counter articles from each side, I haven’t really seen many Christian resources putting the burden back on the alphabet community. We should provide a strong shield from the Word of God, but there are some questions I’d like to ask the LGBT collection. First of all, if you truly believe in love, and really feel the decision to force states to license same-sex marriages is justifiable because of how you feel about someone, why can’t Christians follow the teachings by someone we love? Christians love Jesus, yet we are told by you that we can’t exercise that love outside of the church. And if we advocated that your keep your same-sex love in your house, we’d be called intolerant, while getting accused of forcing our morals on you. Secondly, if it’s only about love to you, then why do you need the government to recognize the relationship? For the tax benefits? […]

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Free IUDs and sex-change operations for children without parental notification

A little over a week ago I wrote an article that documented the efforts being made by pedophiles to justify, and even legalize, their deviant sexual practices by claiming that their behavior wasn’t a choice, but the result of their sexual orientation. Of course, the orientation card has been successfully used by the LGBT movement for decades. Well, their desire to sexually abuse children might be too little – too late, because Oregon and Washington are already sexually abusing children in those two states. In Oregon, under a first-in-the-nation policy quietly enacted in January, 15-year-olds are now allowed to get a sex-change operation without parental notification — and the state will foot the bill through its Medicaid program, the Oregon Health Plan. In a statement, Oregon Health Authority spokeswoman Susan Wickstrom explained it this way: “Age of medical consent varies by state. Oregon law — which applies to both Medicaid and non-Medicaid Oregonians — states that the age of medical consent is 15.” The list of things 15-year-olds aren’t legally allowed to do in Oregon includes: driving, smoking, donating blood, getting a tattoo, and going to a tanning bed. Yet the state of Oregon arbitrarily made this decision without notifying […]

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Left-wing radicalism and the collapse of discussion

By: Alex Buchmann Our President’s tweet on SCOTUS’s recent soiling of state’s rights represents the Left’s ultimate feeling towards those who oppose their agenda. I’ll post the tweet for those of you who wisely avoid social media due to remarks like this: Today is a big step in our march toward equality. Gay and lesbian couples now have the right to marry, just like anyone else. #LoveWins — President Obama (@POTUS) June 26, 2015 This tweet sent from the elected executive of a constitutional republic symbolizes yet another example of the radical collapse of discussion within our culture. Let me expound on the President’s micro-aggression a little further. For love to win, hate must lose. In the nation of oversimplification, this tweet trumps all. If you’re not for love, then naturally you must be for hate, or so the liberal narrative goes. In the ‘gay rights’ movement, which already over-politicize every issue through bullying and intimidation, there will be no arguments after this. Those opposing the court’s ruling must inevitably be part of the bigotry and hate crowd (Exclusive Tee-Shirts of which are available upon request. I’ve made some great designs!). The Left doesn’t want a second side to any […]

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Supreme Court same-sex marriage ruling will end First Amendment

One of the goals of the Strident Conservative is to be a light exposing the darkness of the lying liars on the left as they spread their radical “transformation of America” agenda. Over the past year, many of the lies have been in the area of same-sex marriage and the intolerance of those who oppose the idea. Now, in light of the Supreme Court decision that “legalized” same-sex marriage in all 50 states, some of the concerns held by folks who support traditional marriage—a union between one man and one woman—are already being realized. While spreading the truth about the consequences of legalizing same-sex marriage, I also challenged those who read my articles or hear me on the radio to take a stand for what’s right and make their voices heard. Thankfully, many of them have said yes! Unfortunately, there are also those who say that these new laws don’t affect them, so they don’t see the need to make a fuss. To those people, I offer this quote from the great Dr. Martin Luther King: According to several outspoken leaders who have been legally engaged with the issue, the redefinition of marriage by the Supreme Court has set up […]

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States rights, same-sex marriage, and the end of the road

For some reason, I made my way to PoliticsUSA.com the other day and I came across a headline that made me question whether or not people actually read. Oklahoma’s Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled that the state must remove its Ten Commandments monument at the state Capitol because it violates the state Constitution. Article 2, section 5 of the Oklahoma Constitution says, “No public money or property shall ever be appropriated, applied, donated, or used, directly or indirectly, for the use, benefit, or support of any sect, church, denomination, or system of religion, or for the use, benefit, or support of any priest, preacher, minister, or other religious teacher or dignitary, or sectarian institution as such.” Now, states are free to decide these types of issues among themselves. However, those who oppose this truth always seem to point back to the establishment clause in the First Amendment of the Constitution, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion.” Merely having a 10 Commandments statue on the capitol is not an establishment of religion, especially if it is privately funded. If Oklahoma had been arresting and throwing their citizens in jail because they didn’t believe in the 10 Commandments, […]

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