Read the amazing story of Bridget Bedard who grew up in a non-religious home in the turbulent 1960s, became a feminist and a lesbian…only to reach the end of herself and realize how empty her life was. After a life-changing encounter with God, she is now a married mother of six who, while life is still not a bed of roses, finds things are much better living life as she was intended to.
The founders of America saw things quite differently than people in other nations, and some 234 years ago decided we would set ourselves apart from that way of thinking. In doing so, we created an environment of unparalleled freedom and unprecedented prosperity. But Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan has a dangerous infatuation with foreign law that is often at odds with the principles of American government and the U.S. Constitution.
If we had a judicial nominee – widely believed a compulsive gambler – tapped to preside over gambling cases, would it not matter? If we had a nominee credibly rumored to use medical marijuana who might someday rule on the legality of medical marijuana, wouldn’t such information be germane? Whether or not Elena Kagan self-identifies as a lesbian, she has proven herself a radical anti-military, pro-homosexual ideologue and activist. There’s little doubt that she would take this activism with her to the high court.
Isn’t it interesting how liberals are so solemn and full of deeply respectful tones any time they talk about the goals and accomplishments of liberal female politicians? Isn’t it interesting how that all disappears when liberals talk about conservative female politicians? It definitely disappeared when Badlands Blue talked about Republican U.S. House candidate Kristi Noem.
Remember that South Korean ship which sank under suspicious circumstances a couple of months ago? The results of the investigation have now been released and it confirms what some suspected all along: the North Koreans sank it. Where does that leave us, having done nothing about the North Korean nuclear program?
New analysis released yesterday shows that the childhood family structure in which girls grow up strongly affects whether they may end up practicing homosexual behavior. The greatest incidences of adult female homosexual behavior were found in women who came from various types of broken homes, while girls who grew up in intact homes with both parents married to each other had the lowest incidence of homosexual behavior (4%).