Global Gender/Transgender Equality Plan to Cost Millions

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Published on: August 10, 2012

A U.S.-funded global analysis of “gender differences and social relations” – including those of transgendered persons – could cost American taxpayers $74 million.

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) soon will issue a Request for Proposals seeking bids from contractors to carry out this worldwide endeavor, which will focus on the systematic gathering and analyzing of gender data over five years.

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Let’s Bring the Chick-Fil-A Crowds to the Polls in November!

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Dear Marriage Supporter,

With “Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day”—which NOM was instrumental in launching, along with Governor Mike Huckabee—America witnessed a national demonstration of support for marriage.

In the past, voting on the marriage issue has been undertaken quietly, at the state level; and, time and again, voters have gone into the privacy of the voting booth and traditional marriage has emerged the winner—in 32 consecutive states! But in the outpouring of support for Chick-fil-A, we’ve seen a nationwide, and very public, demonstration of Americans’ belief in the biblical meaning of marriage.

The millions of people who took time out of their day, and money out of their wallets, to support a business leader who had publicly spoken up for God’s definition of marriage—they are our families and our friends. They stand with us: we are the silent majority, but on this day we rose up and spoke up, in a very prominent way.

Now is the time to capitalize on the momentum we established in showing our support for Dan Cathy and Chick-fil-A. Marriage is on the ballot this fall in four critical states—Maryland, Maine, Minnesota and Washington. Every one of those battles is enormously important. Even though voters in 32 consecutive states have voted to preserve marriage as the union of one man and one woman, homosexual activists are raising millions of dollars to defeat us. If they are successful in even one state, they will have leverage to get the mainstream media to convince Americans—and the US Supreme Court—that our country has changed, and that it’s time for gay marriage to come to the entire nation.

We need to mount a national campaign to win in these four states. That’s what the Stand For Marriage America campaign is all about. Supported by NOM, and managed by ActRight (a clearinghouse for conservative action), Stand For Marriage America makes it easy for people to support all four state campaigns to preserve traditional marriage.

If every person who made an effort to eat at Chick-fil-A last Wednesday donated $10 to Stand For Marriage America, we would guarantee victory in all four of these critical states. There’s no question that people will vote to preserve marriage—as they have done in 32 straight states—as long as we have the resources to communicate with voters and get out the vote. We need to raise millions of dollars to prevail, because we’re battling against billionaires on Wall Street and in Hollywood, including Jeff Bezos, founder and CEO of, who has himself given $2.5 million to our opponents.

We can overcome the contributions of Bezos and his billionaire friends with our strength in numbers: if we all contribute together to Stand For Marriage America. Contributions will by default be divided equally between each of the four states; but if you prefer, you can specifically designate part of your donation to go to a specific state.

Can you give $500 to help us preserve marriage? I know that’s asking a lot, but some can afford a gift of this amount, or even more. But whatever you can give—$250, $100 or $25—will go a long way. Even if enough people just contributed the price of a nice meal at Chick-fil-A—say, $10—we would be able to meet our goal, and fund each of these four critically important marriage campaigns!

I know NOM supporters can raise $100,000 in the next week through Stand For Marriage America. Prove me right! Will you join us?

Union organizing exempted from stalking laws in four states

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A new report by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce highlights a striking example of Big Labor’s strength at the local government level: the states of Pennsylvania, California, Illinois and Nevada have all exempted unions from the state’s own anti-stalking laws.

The report, titled Sabotage, Stalking & Stealth Exemptions: Special State Laws for Labor Unions, claimed: “union favoritism under state laws tend to occur in criminal statues and allow individuals who engage in truly objectionable behavior to avoid prosecution solely because they are participating in some form of labor activity.”

The main exception noted is stalking laws. Unions have long argued that they need to be able to access to workplaces and contact information of workers, including home addresses, to be able to convince them to joining. This is intended to balance against the fact that management has a captive audience when talking to its employees.

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Homeland Security Secretary Napolitano favored (lesbo?) women pals for jobs

A veteran US law-enforcement official has filed a blockbuster discrimination lawsuit against Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, charging she pushed him aside to make way for a less-qualified woman who’s “enjoyed a long-standing relationship” with the anti-terror chief.

The lawsuit, which was first reported yesterday by blogger Debbie Schlussel, identifies the woman as Dora Schriro, who was later appointed by Mayor Bloomberg as commissioner of the city Department of Correction, a post she still holds.

The court papers also allege that Suzanne Barr, Napolitano’s chief of staff at Immigration and Customs Enforcement, has engaged in “numerous” acts of “sexually offensive behavior” intended to “humiliate and intimidate male employees.

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Barr’s alleged acts include calling one man “in his hotel room and screaming at him that she wanted his ‘c–k in the back of [her] throat.’ ”

The suit was filed by James T. Hayes Jr., special agent in charge of New York City investigations for Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Hayes, who began his career with the feds as a border patrol agent in 1995, formerly served as director of ICE Detention and Removal Operations in Washington, DC, where he oversaw about 8,500 workers and a $2.5 billion budget.

thumbVideo: Libs Make Ad Depicting Allen West Beating White Women

It is hard to think of an attack ad lower than the one essentially blaming Mitt Romney for a woman’s death, but we may have just found one.

It’s from Florida, and it depicts Allen West (R-FL) in a boxing ring with red gloves on.  The cartoon-like video then shows West punching an old woman, a young lady and seemingly a family with children.  He also steals cash from the hands of the family and pockets it, all while laughing like a gremlin.

Romney Ad Hits Obama For Use Of Woman’s Death (Video)

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Oregon businessman allegedly slapped over anti-Obama window sign

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Oregon businessman attacked for anti-Obama sign.

Kevin “The Geek” Kerwin, a business man who owns a computer shop in Lake Oswego, Oregon, said he was slapped by a woman over an anti-Obama sign in his window, Victoria Taft wrote Tuesday.

According to Taft, “Kerwin came to Oregon to get a fresh start after being wiped out by Hurricane Katrina.”

She added that he started his business with the money he had in his pocket.

After President Obama said business owners did not get where they are on their own, Kerwin posted a sign in his window saying that he built his own business and Obama had nothing to do with it.

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Video: TX Cop Reassigned to Graveyard Shift After Chick-fil-A Argument With 2 Lesbian Officers

thumbVideo: GRAY STATE Official Concept Trailer (Civil War II)

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The world reels with the turmoil of war, geological disaster, and economic collapse, while Americans continue to submerge themselves in illusions of safety and immunity. While rights are sold for security, the federal government, swollen with power, begins a systematic takeover of liberty in order to bring about a New World Order.

Americans, quarantined to militarized districts, become a population ripe for tyrannical control.

Fearmongering, terrorism, police state, martial law, war, arrest, internment, hunger, oppression, violence, resistance — these are the new terms by which Americans define their existence. Neighbor is turned against neighbor as the value of the dollar plunges to zero, food supplies are depleted, and everyone is a terror suspect. There are arrests. Disappearances. Bio attacks. Public executions of those even suspected of dissent. Even rumors of concentration camps on American soil.

This is the backdrop to an unfolding story of resistance. American militias prepare for guerilla warfare. There are mass defections from the military as true Patriots attempt to rally around the Constitution and defend liberty, preparing a national insurgency against federal forces, knowing full well this will be the last time in history the oppressed will be capable of organized resistance.

It is a time of transition, of shifting alliance, of mass awakening and mass execution. It is an impending storm, an iron-gray morning that puts into effect decades of over-comfort and complacency, and Americans wake up to an occupied homeland. It is a time of lists — black list, white list, and those still caught in the middle, those who risk physical death for their free will and those who sell their souls to maintain their idle thoughts and easy comforts. It is in this Gray State that the perpetuation of human freedom will be contested, or crushed.

Is it the near future, or is it the present? The Gray State is coming – by consent or conquest. This is battlefield USA.

Reid aide divulges details on source of Romney tax claim — then retracts!

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After days of silence on Harry Reid’s disputed claim that Mitt Romney hasn’t paid taxes for a decade, a top aide finally spilled details on the supposed source of the allegation — only to issue a wholesale retraction of those details by Thursday evening.

Reid aide Jose Parra first made the claims in an interview on Los Angeles’ KTLK radio, defending his boss’ decision to trumpet the tax charge last week on the Senate floor and explaining a bit about the source.

“This person is an investor in Bain Capital, a Republican also, and somebody … who has been dealing with Romney’s company for a long, long time and he has direct knowledge on this,” Parra said.

Parra’s statement comes after Romney, in an interview with Fox News, challenged Reid to identify his source.

Filmmaker: See pics of Obama’s real siblings (Look Like Frank Marshall Davis)


Exhibit 1: Barack Obama, Barack Obama II and Frank Marshall Davis

Filmmaker Joel Gilbert, producer of “Dreams from My Real Father: A Story of Reds and Deception,” has obtained photographs of the children of Barack Obama mentor Frank Marshall Davis that bear striking resemblance to the president.

Gilbert’s full-length documentary presents evidence that Davis, the radical poet and journalist who was a card-carrying member of the Communist Party USA, was the biological and ideological father of the president, not Barack Obama, the Kenyan who came from Africa in 1959 to attend the University of Hawaii in Honolulu.

“I decided to investigate Frank Marshall Davis. His close physical resemblance to Obama was shocking, while Obama little resembled the Kenyan Obama,” Gilbert told WND. “How could this be?”

Gilbert launched into what became two years of research in which he conducted interviews and unearthed rare film footage and photos.

On one of his investigative trips to Hawaii, he went to the library at Farrington High School in Honolulu, where Davis’s children went to school.

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Maryland gay marriage: Don’t cue the wedding bells just yet!

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Published on: August 10, 2012

There was a brief explosion of optimism from those supporting same-sex marriage in Maryland last week after a poll by Hart Research Associates indicated that voters in the state support it by a significant margin of 54-40. No state has ever approved gay marriage at the ballot box, but advocates here and elsewhere — The New York Times published a piece titled “Hopeful news from Maryland” — contend that the issue hasn’t polled this well before either.

They shouldn’t get too excited just yet. Gay marriage is an issue in which polls don’t necessarily reflect what voters will actually do at the ballot box because it is increasingly politically incorrect to oppose such nuptials. And there is particular reason to doubt the accuracy of this poll.

For the record, I do not oppose same-sex marriage, but I do oppose the use of unsound polling data for political purposes.

The results of earlier polls on the referendum to overturn Maryland’s Civil Marriage Protection Act have generally been much closer. Advocates are spinning this one as evidence of a shift in public attitudes on the question, but there are reasons to doubt whether that is the case.

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France declares war on illegal migrants: Socialists Take On Gypsies

Tough: This is not the first time France has taken firm action against illegal immigrants. Here French police forcibly evict an Afghan man during the closure of a camp in Calais three years ago

French police were yesterday breaking up gipsy camps and deporting illegal immigrants found in them.

Dozens of officers in riot gear descended on a settlement near Lille shortly after dawn to oversee the evacuation of some 200 Roma living in mobile homes.

One hundred people were evicted from a site in Lyon, with similar round-ups happening in other major cities including Marseille. Caravans and huts were destroyed in the Belleville area of central Paris on Wednesday, making another 100 people homeless.

Obama Admin: Journaling, Motivational Reading Count As Work for Welfare

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In 1996, Republicans forced through the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) bill, also known as welfare reform. It incentivized states to create welfare-to-work programs, trying to transition Americans from government dependency to financial solvency. But states quickly acted to poke holes in that legislation, calling the following activities “work” for purposes of the statute: bed rest, personal care activities, massage, exercise, journaling, motivational reading, smoking cessation, weight loss promotion, participation in parent-teacher meetings, or helping friends or family with household tasks and errands.

This was idiotic. So in 2005, Congress closed the loophole, over the objections of then-Senator Obama.

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Janet Napolitano-run Homeland Security treated male staffers like lapdogs, federal discrimination lawsuit charges

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	The Senate Homeland Security and Government Reform Committee held a hearing to examine eight years after 9/11, focusing on confronting the terrorist threat to the homeland, Wednesday, September 30, 2009. Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano testifies before the committee<br />


Looks like the Department of Homeland Security could be renamed the Department of Hyper Sexuality.

A blistering federal discrimination suit accuses agency honcho Janet Napolitano of turning the department into a female-run “frat house” where male staffers were banished to the bathrooms and routinely humiliated.

James Hayes Jr., who now is New York’s top Homeland Security cop, claims Napolitano filled top spots in Washington, D.C., with two of her gal pals who were bent on tormenting male employees.

The suit identified them as Dora Schriro, who is now running the city Department of Correction, and Suzanne Barr, the chief of staff for the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Soon after Schriro and Barr were hired in January 2009, male staffers were treated like lapdogs, Hayes claims.

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