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Date : September 2012

Why same-sex marriage affects my marriage…

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Published on: September 28, 2012

The goal is to move society — in this case, away from a safe environment for children.

In the marriage debate, people frequently argue that how one chooses to define marriage doesn’t affect other people’s definitions of marriage, and because my definition is as good as yours, it should also be promoted by society.

Many times it is stated: “What I choose to do in my marriage doesn’t affect your marriage.” However, same-sex marriage affects all of our marriages.

First, to explain, private actions have public effects. All our actions, both private and public, define our identity. Being human, we are motivated to impart our identity to future generations. As we have seen, and understandably so, people in homosexual relationships are trying to change society to more readily embrace and promote their view of their identity. This is possible largely due to the disassociation between sexual relationships and procreation.

In contrast, there are many who have not disassociated sex and children, and for reasons both secular and religious have incorporated heterosexual relationships into their identity. These people have generally been trying to live up to the ideal that marriage was established millennia ago to promote the raising of children in safe environments supported by their biological parents.

Sadly, we don’t always live up to this ideal, and most have experienced the trauma caused by a breaking family. However, we know of marriages that practically achieve the ideal, and we see the happiness that children find in a supportive family structure. Even though some traditional families are breaking, it doesn’t mean the ideal of traditional marriage is broken.

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Shock Photos of Netanyahu at U.N. from AP, Reuters (Lib Pigs Alert!)

The first is from the Associated Press:

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Associated Press

The second is from Reuters:

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Reuters

Of the hundreds of professional photos taken at this speech, the AP and Reuters decided to push these onto the wire.

Michael Savage wins historic legal battle against radio syndicator

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Published on: September 28, 2012
Top-rated talk-radio host Michael Savage announced today he has won his legal battle to free himself from his syndicator, the Talk Radio Network, and can negotiate with a new network.

He said he “will not be heard on the radio for some time” but will continue to update his website and produce a free daily newsletter.

As WND reported, Savage sued TRN in December 2010 regarding his contract, alleging the network used “illegal and unenforceable contract provisions” and “other strong-armed tactics” to intimidate him and force him into accepting a “sub-standard agreement.”

The federal case was referred to arbitration.

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Drop in Ohio voter registration, especially in Dem strongholds, mirrors nationwide trend

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Published on: September 27, 2012

“Don’t boo, vote,” President Obama often says in his stump speech whenever crowds boo a Romney plan.

The off-hand call to vote may be by design. It comes amid a precipitous decline in Democratic voter registration in key swing states — nowhere more apparent than in Ohio.

Voter registration in the Buckeye State is down by 490,000 people from 4 years ago. Of that reduction,. 44 percent is in Cleveland and surrounding Cuyahoga County, where Democrats outnumber Republicans more than two to one.

“I think what we’re seeing is a lot of spin and hype on the part of the Obama campaign to try to make it appear that they’re going to cruise to victory in Ohio,” Cuyahoga County Republican Chairman Rob Frost said. “It’s not just Cuyahoga County. Nearly 350,000 of those voters are the decrease in the rolls in the three largest counties, Cuyahoga, Hamilton and Franklin.”

Frost points out that those three counties all contain urban centers, where the largest Democrat vote traditionally has been.

Ohio is not alone. An August study by the left-leaning think tank Third Way showed that the Democratic voter registration decline in eight key swing states outnumbered the Republican decline by a 10-to-one ratio. In Florida, Democratic registration is down 4.9 percent, in Iowa down 9.5 percent. And in New Hampshire, it’s down down 19.7 percent.

“It’s understandable that enthusiasm is going to wane a little bit from that historic moment (in 2008),” says Michelle Diggles, the study co-author and senior policy adviser for Third Way. “You can only elect the first African-American president of this country once.”

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Anti-Semitism at Northeastern University

Americans for Peace and Tolerance (APT) today released a 30 minute video showing how Northeastern Professor Denis Sullivan and other Northeastern faculty abuse academic freedom to promote anti-Israel lies and anti-Semitism as defined by the U.S. State Department.

Sullivan is a tenured professor and director of the Northeastern Middle East Center for Peace, Culture and Development. The video examines Professor Sullivan’s lectures, invited guests, reading lists and student trips to the Middle East, all of which seem designed to provide students with a one-sided view of the Arab-Israeli conflict.

“It seems clear that Professor Sullivan has built his department to inculcate students with a hostile and demonized view of the Jewish state, with repeated comparisons to the Nazis, Dr. Charles Jacobs, APT president said. “Indeed, viewers will see that some of the core themes promoted in his courses are plainly anti-Semitic, and are outright lies.”

Sullivan allegedly also introduced the students and the university to virulent anti-Semitic Arab officials and religious leaders.

Jewish students and a Hillel staff member interviewed on the video expressed deep concern and frustration at Sullivan’s constant defaming Israel.

“The U.S. State Department has clearly defined the “new anti-Semitism” and the video shows that what Sullivan teaches to Northeastern students clearly fits the US government definition,” Jacobs said.

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Obama’s Libya Lies Collapse: Senate Democrats Demand Answers

The wheels appear to be coming off a two week attempt by the Obama Administration to cover up its fatal security failures at our consulate in Libya and to cover up the very fact that this was a successful pre-planned terrorist attack that cost four American lives, including that of our Libyan Ambassador, Christopher Stevens.

Not only has the scandal picked up steam in the mainstream press (Jake Tapper’s ABC News report tonight is a must-watch), but high-ranking members of the President’s own party are now demanding answers. This includes the man most often cited as a likely Secretary of State should Obama win a second term, Senator John Kerry:

Senate Democrats joined Republicans Thursday in questioning the Obama administration’s handling of the fatal Sept. 11 attack on the U.S. consulate in Libya and why the administration refused for days to acknowledge that it was a terrorist attack linked to al Qaeda.

The Senate Foreign Relations Committee, chaired by Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., circulated a bipartisan letter addressed to Deputy Secretary of State Thomas Nides, asking for an “accounting of the attacks against U.S. missions in Egypt, Libya and Yemen,” according to a copy obtained by The Washington Examiner.

The lawmakers are also demanding to know whether the administration had any advance warnings of the Libyan attack and, if so, whether it had shared that information with U.S. personnel on the ground.

The letter marks the first time congressional Democrats have so directly expressed their dissatisfaction with the administration’s response to inquiries about the attacks, which resulted in the death of Ambassador Chris Stevens and three others and raised questions about U.S. security throughout the Middle East and Northern Africa.

A Kerry aide confirmed that the committee intended to enlist the support of Republicans and Democrats and said the letter would likely be sent Friday. Another aide told The Examiner that the panel’s 10 Democrats and nine Republicans plan to sign it.

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Obama Deleted Memo From Internet After Discovering Al-Qaeda Was Behind Benghazi Attack!

Yesterday there were reports that the Obama Administration found out that Al-Qaeda was behind the Benghazi consulate attacks within 24 hours of the assault that killed four Americans.

So what was their first action? Did they secure the compound? – No, that took over a week to get FBI agents to the consulate Did they acknowledge it was an Al-Qaeda attack? No, Obama this week blamed the terror attack on a YouTube protest.

Here’s what they did – They scrubbed a damning State Department memo from the internet– On Wednesday September 12, 2012 blogger Speak With Authority discovered that five days before 9-11, the US State Department sent out a memo announcing no credible security threats against the United States on the anniversary of 9-11.

The Overseas Security Advisory Council, who posted the memo, is part of the Bureau of Diplomatic Security under the U.S. Department of State.

Here is a screengrab of the memo at the OSAC website: The OSAC memo said:

Terrorism and Important Dates Global 9/6/2012

OSAC currently has no credible information to suggest that al-Qa’ida or any other terrorist group is plotting any kind of attack overseas to coincide with the upcoming anniversary of September 11. However, constituents often have concerns around important dates, holidays, and major events, Often times, these concerns are the result of increased media attention to the issue, rather than credible evidence of a terrorist plot.

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thumbVideo: What Do Obama Voters Actually Know?

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Published on: September 27, 2012

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thumbVideo: Netanyahu UN General Assembly 2012 Speech

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Published on: September 27, 2012

Bibi Shows the UN a Bomb

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Published on: September 27, 2012
RUSH: Benjamin Netanyahu is delivering his speech at the United Nations General Assembly. I just tuned into a bit of it here during the break, and it’s awesome. It’s very, very well done. It’s an exceptional speech, all about Iran’s nuclear weapons and how they differ from the Soviets, for example, in having nuclear weapons and why.

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RUSH: Benjamin Netanyahu, who may be the closest thing we have to a Ronald Reagan or Margaret Thatcher today, Benjamin Netanyahu is at the United Nations. He’s giving a great speech, and he’s now using a visual aid. He’s got a picture of a bomb, a circular bomb with a fuse coming out of the top, and he’s explaining where Iran is. No interpreter needed for this. He is explaining to the dictators at the UN how it all works. It’s fabulous. (laughing) It is great. I’ve never seen this. I’ve never seen a visual aid at a United Nations General Assembly major address like this.

I tell you what this reminds me of. When I moved to Sacramento in 1984, I flew out there a bunch of times for interviews and just to see if I wanted to live there and liked it there. I noticed when leaving, I was getting on the airplane in Sacramento at the airport, and there were all these signs, things that you can’t take with you beyond this point. And there was a picture of a bomb, just like Netanyahu’s bomb, it looked just like that. And I stopped dead in my tracks, I looked, I said, “Who in the world, if they had a bomb, would be deterred by the sign that says you can’t take that with you?”

Oh, gosh, I can’t take the bomb? I have a bomb in my luggage, but, oh, there’s a sign that says no bomb. I have to go back to the hotel and drop the bomb off. I cannot take bomb.

I actually started laughing, standing there. And I said, “What liberal put this sign up here?” as though it’s actually gonna be a deterrent. He’s not using his sign as a deterrent. He’s using it as a visual aid.

Here’s a tweet from a journalist, Chris Hayes: “Bibi veering into self-parody with a drawing of a bomb with a lit fuse.” So the media’s making fun of Netanyahu for his visual aid of the bomb, that he’s veering into self-parody. And actually, he’s just trying to explain to the essence of a bunch of second graders in this room what he’s talking about.

thumbVideo: Obama Voter Says “Vote for Obama because he gives a free Phone”

McDonald to drop out of Senate race (Pro-“gay marriage” Republican LOSES)

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Published on: September 27, 2012

Sen. Roy McDonald will announce Thursday that he will not push forward with a third-party campaign, two people familiar with this campaign said.

One source said McDonald, a two-term Republican incumbent who lost a GOP primary to Saratoga County Clerk Kathy Marchione, made his decision “for the good of the party.” He has been largely silent since the Sept. 13 primary, as he weighed whether to push toward the November general election on the Independence Party line, which he secured over the summer.

While she always maintained her platform was broader, Marchione’s challenge to McDonald was shaped in large part by his 2011 vote to legalize same-sex marriage. Marchione opposes same-sex marriage, and has criticized McDonald for his pugilistic explanation of his vote and suggested that he was motivated by the promise of campaign cash from well-heeled gay rights advocates, many of whom live outside of the four-county 43rd Senate District.

Read more: http://www.timesunion.com/local/article/McDonald-to-drop-out-of-Senate-race-3898655.php#ixzz27geBMUrf

Rigging the polls: Pro-Obama skew may cost Democrats votes

Last week New York Times polling guru Nate Silver tweeted, “The. Polls. Have. Stopped. Making. Any. Sense.” They do make a lot of sense if the objective is to help President Obama win a second term — or so Democrats think.

Major election surveys in the last few months have shown Mr. Obama either in the lead or tied for the win, despite an economic record of massive unemployment and astronomical debt. With that kind of baggage, the current Oval Office occupant ought to be trailing by at least 10 points.

The disconnect between data and reality has spurred increasing analysis of the polls and polling methods generally. Polls are used to drive the political debate and affect morale in both camps. Shaping the polls means shaping perceptions, which could mean determining who turns out to vote and who stays home. Pro-Obama polling may be having such an impact. Several recent surveys show that 60 percent of the electorate believes Mr. Obama will win the race in November. The Intrade prediction site places the odds of a second term at over 70 percent.

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