CNN’s ‘Butch Lesbian’ Sally Kohn Publicly Hopes Her Daughter Becomes Gay

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According to a Washington Post editorial she wrote recently, CNN contributor Sally Kohn — who refers to herself as a “butch lesbian” — explained that exposing her homosexuality to her 6-year-old daughter is not enough.

“I’m gay,” she asserted, “and I want my kid to be gay, too.”

She went on to explain her predilection by comparing her sexual proclivity to any trait a parent might want to pass down to their offspring.

“More often than not,” she wrote, “we define happiness as some variation on our own lives, or at least the lives of our expectations. If we went to college, we want our kids to go to college. If we like sports, we want our kids to like sports. If we vote Democrat, of course we want our kids to vote Democrat.”

As it stands, however, Kohn lamented the fact that the girl she is raising with her partner, Sarah Hansen, is not exhibiting same-sex attraction.

“Time will tell,” she explained, “it doesn’t look like my 6-year-old daughter is gay. In fact, she’s boy crazy. It seems early to me, but I’m trying to be supportive.”

She acknowledged that another parent at her daughter’s school pointed out an unpleasant truth in relation to the girl’s infatuation with a particular boy.

“Bet it wouldn’t bother you so much if her crush was on a girl,” Kohn quoted the other parent — an allegation she couldn’t deny.

“She was right,” Kohn admitted, adding that she is a “slightly overbearing pro-gay mom.”

Even during playtime, she said, her bias comes through.

“When my daughter plays house with her stuffed koala bears as the mom and dad,” she wrote, “we gently remind her that they could be a dad and a dad. Sometimes she changes her narrative. Sometimes she doesn’t. It’s her choice.”

Do you think Sally Kohn should be pressuring her daughter to become gay? Sound off in the comments section below.

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Mercy Will Prevail — The Struggle To Know The One True God

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There are many troubling developments unfolding threatening to extinguish the lasting remnants of our common law, Judeo-Christian foundations. At the same time, it seems as if Sharia law is starting to creep its way in.

Just recently, I proudly flaunted my conservative principles during a heated online exchange. I found myself blindsided, however, as I was unprepared for the sobering response that followed my ideological offensive…

AJ: “Leftists are so dangerous and hypocritical in what they espouse and who they target. All men and women can get married in the U.S. What is being demanded is a (recognition and) redefinition of marriage; so what’s the standard? They don’t want any part of that aspect of the conversation. But how is marriage ultimately to be defined? What is the consensus? What is the new normal?

“When people start throwing around the words ‘hate’ and ‘phobia,’ it exhibits a lack of a sound, big-picture perspective.”

Unknown Responder: “Perhaps if you had experienced, firsthand, hatred with the physical beatings and attacks I and others here have endured and fortunately survived (because of the pervasive anti-gay Christian culture in this country over the past two and a half centuries) you wouldn’t be so quick to make such statements!”

I was troubled by this. If accurately conveyed, this is truly horrible.

But I can’t help but view this battle as just one part of a greater cultural and ideological struggle being forcefully thrust upon average folk with no true axe to grind. The pot-stirrers are the same people willing to trample on existing laws and promote open rebellion against our ‘men in blue’ via some contrived race-war narrative.

When you cater to the whims of the individual (in particular, those who promote a radical uprooting of our traditional foundations), a path to arbitrary totalitarian rule is laid that threatens to devour our natural/universal laws.

We all have a part in shaping the culture. What we don’t challenge, we by default embrace. We must continue to promote values and virtue, and demand such attributes are present (and apparent) in those elected to public office.

It appears that we Christians are being scapegoated and ultimately driven into the fringes of society.

I am of no greater worth than my neighbor – no matter how he identifies himself. This trumped-up emphasis on sexual identity is way overblown. We are not what we desire, but rather, we are what we embrace. Sometimes, it is an acting against carnal interests that is the most loving and compassionate way to engage our neighbor and uphold ourselves. In fact, it could be said that we must embrace death if we truly want to live. This I actually know, for my Savior tells me so.

“Then said Jesus unto his disciples, “If any man will come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow me.””

What does your God tell you?

Search your conscience and seek ultimate authority and wisdom. May our Answer Be a Truly Merciful One!

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The Phil Robertson Controversy: One Year Later

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As 2013 came to a close, reality television star Phil Robertson was embroiled in a controversy [See text below] that resulted from his candid interview with GQ Magazine. By answering the interviewer’s pointed questions regarding sexuality, the ‘Duck Dynasty’ star faced the backlash of those who disagreed with his biblical views on the subject.

As a result, the Robertson family patriarch was suspended from the A&E series, which triggered a massive show of support by fans of the program and defenders of his Christian values.

Western Journalism offered supporters a chance to reach A&E executives directly through a petition drive that received such a massive response it apparently overloaded the network’s system and caused its email carrier to malfunction.

In the year since, the Robertson clan has made no noticeable effort to tone down its vocal proclamation of faith. That trend seemed especially true for Phil, a preacher who used his platform to champion the biblical definition of marriage in a sermon Western Journalism shared in October.

The elder Robertson’s values have evidently been passed down to younger generations, as evidenced by the actions of his grandchildren in 2014. Sadie Robertson’s stint on the reality competition series ‘Dancing with the Stars’ was noteworthy not only for her crowd-pleasing steps on the stage – she also made headlines by celebrating her faith in God.

Sadie’s brother, recently-engaged John Luke, also took a firm stand for his faith this year, explaining his bride-to-be only began to show interest in him after he spoke of his Christian beliefs.

Sadie confirmed her grandfather holds her boyfriend to similarly high standards.

Phil Robertson indirectly addressed last December’s controversy during a sermon in May, concluding that “they railed against me for giving them the truth about their sins.”

His son, Jase, spoke about the GQ interview in July, recalling that the reporter cornered Phil with questions that were “hypothetical, argumentative, and controversial.”

Jase’s brother, Willie, remained largely silent on the topic, responding to one request for comment by saying only that his father told the interviewer “what was on his heart” and acknowledged that the situation “made Christmas very interesting for us.”

Try as they might, though, it is evident one year later that the efforts of Robertson family detractors are no match for the concerted support of its many loyal fans.

Here are some of the most controversial lines Phil Robertson said in the GQ interview:

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The Latest News About Brad And Angelina’s ‘Transgender’ 8-Year-Old Has People Talking

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According to recent reports, eight-year-old Shiloh Jolie-Pitt – the fourth-born and oldest biological child of Hollywood stars Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie – has long been convinced she is supposed to be a boy.

When she was just three, Brad Pitt openly discussed the issue, maintaining that Shiloh would only respond to the name ‘John.’

“She wants to be a boy,” Pitt said at the time, adding that the toddler “likes to wear boys’ everything” and “thinks she’s one of the brothers.”

Pitt’s remarks were confirmed by Jolie in an interview two years later.

In his 2008 interview on the subject, Pitt apparently chalked his daughter’s proclivity up to “a Peter Pan thing,” asserting that “it’s just that kind of stuff that’s cute to parents and it’s probably really obnoxious to other people.”

That gender-bending predilection has apparently not waned in the intervening years, as evidenced in a recent red carpet appearance for her mother’s new film, ‘Unbroken.’

Shiloh appeared in a suit along with two of her brothers, an act embraced by her parents. The couple’s endorsement of their daughter’s gender identity has been celebrated by transgender advocates.

Sunnivie Brydum, a writer for the pro-gay Advocate, cited a psychologist who declared gender confusion “totally normal” and referred to Shiloh as John and with the pronoun ‘they’ in the article.

The use of “’they’ as a gender-neutral, singular pronoun,” an editor’s note stated, is done “in an effort to respect the young Jolie-Pitt’s gender identity, whatever that may end up being.”

Others, particularly those weighing in on social media, were less enthusiastic about such a young girl making the decision to live as a boy.


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Media Ignores Wealthy Democrat Donor’s Sex Abuse Scandal


If real estate mogul and deep-pocketed White House donor Terry Bean were a Republican, he’d be a household name by now.

Bean’s face would be splashed all over the covers of grocery-stand newsweeklies. The garrulous hostesses of ABC’s “The View” would be haranguing the GOP to return his campaign contributions. Child-welfare advocates would be demanding his resignation from top political advocacy and civic groups.

Media satellite trucks from NBC’s “Today” show would be parked outside the Lane County, Ore., Circuit Court on Dec. 3 for his first appearance.

And The New York Times archives would be teeming with thousand-word editorials and multiple lead stories about his grand jury indictment on horrifying sexual abuse allegations involving multiple victims — including a 15-year-old boy.

Instead, a search for “Terry Bean” on the left-wing paper of record’s website on Tuesday yielded exactly one story dated Jan. 16, 1880, about a Westchester County, N.Y., elder with that name — plus a sponsored advertising link to retailer L.L. Bean.

So, who is Terry Bean? He’s a wealthy, high-flying liberal and celebrated gay-rights activist who co-founded the influential Human Rights Campaign organization. He is also a veteran member of the board of the HRC Foundation, which disseminates Common Core-aligned “anti-bullying” material to children’s schools nationwide.

Bean shelled out more than $500,000 for President Obama and the Democrats in 2012. He was rewarded with an exclusive Air Force One ride with Obama. The president also gave the developer a special shout-out at an opulent fundraiser in Portland, where Bean’s family had established a longstanding political and corporate fiefdom. Bean gleefully rubbed elbows with first lady Michelle Obama and Bill Clinton — and made sure everyone on his Flickr photo-sharing site knew it.

A relentless schmoozer, the campaign finance bundler introduced the commander in chief to his 25-year-old ex-boyfriend, Kiah Lawson. The pair posed for a cozy snapshot beneath an august portrait of George Washington in the White House library in 2013.

Late last month, however, the former lovebirds posed for a seedier set of pics: their creepy mug shots at the Multnomah County, Ore., Detention Center. After a sweeping investigation led by the Portland police department’s sex crime units and two county district attorney’s offices, authorities charged Bean with two felony counts of third-degree sodomy and one misdemeanor count of third-degree sex abuse. Lawson was indicted on third-degree sodomy and third-degree sexual abuse.

Allegations of Bean’s lurid sexual trysts with young men, which Lawson says the Democratic donor secretly videotaped, first surfaced in the local Willamette Week newspaper in June. Police say the pair enticed a 15-year-old boy to a hotel in Eugene, Ore., after meeting him through the iPhone app Grinder, which helps men locate “local gay, bi and curious guys for dating.”

Consider this: Harry Reid has taken to the Senate floor to repeatedly demonize GOP donors and upstanding businessmen Charles and David Koch for exercising their First Amendment rights. Hollywood celebrities Alec Baldwin, Kathleen Turner, Jason Alexander, and Stephen Colbert have all targeted conservative Citizens United for its historic role in protecting political free speech. All are mute on a powerful Democratic donor actually accused of heinous sexual abuse crimes against a child.

While The New York Times has spilled gallons of ink on the campus rape epidemic, the GOP’s Mark Foley underage page scandal, and the Catholic Church’s pedophilia problem, it has remained silent the past six months on the alleged child rape scheme of one of the Democratic Party’s most prominent campaign contributors and activists.

On Tuesday, the paper saw fit to run a 652-word A-section story on an obscure GOP aide who was forced to quit her job after criticizing Obama’s daughters on her Facebook page.

Nothing on Terry Bean.



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