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    Quote Originally Posted by patrick jane View Post
    A thread of indexes
    And some YouTube videos.

    This one is of lesbian/homosexual activist/Obama and Donald Trump EEOC appointee Chai Feldblum talking about how "gay sex is morally good" (and her strategy to push the "goodness" of gay sex throughout society).


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uOghvpWTl_U

    I better check Part 4's index Patrick, cuz I swear that "gay sex" is disproportionately behind HIV/AIDS, anal cancer, syphilis, gonorrhea and a bunch of other deadly diseases and disorders that aren't....

    "good".
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    More on lesbian/homosexual activist/Obama-Trump EEOC appointee Chai Feldblum from syndicated columnist Selwyn Duke:

    Friday, 15 December 2017
    Trump Nominates LGBT Activist to Head EEOC — Which Shouldn’t Even Exist

    In yet another swamp victory, the Trump administration has decided to re-nominate a radical LGBT activist and Obama-era holdover for commissioner of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) — a bureaucracy that shouldn’t even exist.
    Lesbian Chai Feldblum has been serving in the post since 2010, having been made EEOC head without Senate approval, via an Obama recess appointment. And from some dark recesses is whence her ideology comes. As Powerline reported Tuesday, “Feldblum is…the architect of the Obama administration’s radical LGBT agenda, including its policy mandating that transgender individuals can use the restroom of their choice” — in other words, sexually confused boys in girls’ locker rooms.
    The Family Research Council’s Tony Perkins provides more detail:
    She came to the administration with an impressive resume of radicalism — complete with jobs at the Human Rights Campaign, the ACLU, and a clerkship with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Harry Blackmun, who authored the Roe v. Wade decision. She not only wrote the deceptively named “Employment Non-Discrimination Act” (ENDA) which is a threat to religious freedom in the workplace, she openly vowed to implement ENDA by regulations if Congress didn't pass it. At one point, Chai even signed on to an online petition “‘Beyond Same-Sex Marriage: A New Strategic Vision for All Our Families and Relationships,’ which advocates for polygamy and government recognition... for... diverse kinds of partnerships” — a view she later disavowed.
    But perhaps Feldblum is most remembered for pulling back the curtain on the same-sex marriage agenda. Asked what would happen if religious liberty clashed with the “rights” of people who identify as LGBT, she brazenly stated that she'd have “a hard time coming up with any case in which religious liberty should win.” That's chilling, FRC warned at the time, since as head of the EEOC, she would act as the head referee on disputes over workplace discrimination. If Americans were hoping for neutrality, they certainly didn't get it under Chai's leadership.
    ... When she was asked about the rights of Christians hiring employees of their choosing, she replied, “Gays win; Christians lose.”

    Read more: https://www.thenewamerican.com/usnew...n-t-even-exist

    Wow Donald Trump, that sure is some radical homosexual that you're putting into a unconstitutional bureaucracy that tyrannizes American business owners.


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    For those that have read the entire Duke article, do you see a problem with some of it? I'll address that soon...
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    In Selwyn Duke's article entitled:

    Trump Nominates LGBT Activist to Head EEOC — Which Shouldn’t Even Exist
    https://www.thenewamerican.com/usnew...n-t-even-exist

    where I commented on the past and present LGBTQ activism of Donald Trump (see my opening post on page 1)

    http://theologyonline.com/showthread...=1#post5155694

    Duke wrote:

    "Yet while states have the power to enforce workplace “diversity,” this doesn’t mean it’s a good idea. Hearing, though, that people should have a right to discriminate raises eyebrows even among many conservatives. But the relevant principle here is freedom of association, an imperative for liberty. As I argued last September:
    Every sane person recognizes your right to include in or exclude from your home whomever you wish. And it doesn’t matter if your reason for exclusion is that an individual is Catholic, Jewish, black, white, conservative, fat, ugly, homosexual, or likes Fig Newtons. Now, question: Why should you lose this right simply because you erect a few more tables and sell food or engage in some other form of commerce?
    It’s still your property, paid for with your own cash and created by the sweat of your own brow. Why should you lose your freedom of association just because you want to make a living? Is the message, submit or starve?"

    Read more: https://www.thenewamerican.com/usnew...n-t-even-exist

    I addressed this issue of private property rights in Part 4 on numerous occasions. The problem with Duke's above statement is that unlike homosexuality, being a Catholic, Jewish, black, white, conservative, fat, ugly or a Fig Newton cookie fanatic, is not inherently immoral.

    I don't want to return to the days where signs like this can be found Selwyn:


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    Of course if homosexuality were recriminalized, workplace discrimination dealing with this particular behavior would be a non issue because homosexuality would be illegal and not be protected by law, hence those who engage in homosexual behavior would either be getting the much needed help that they need, or keep their sinful behavior hidden in closets where sinful behavior is supposed to be kept hidden.
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    Merry Christmas to those who truly value God's Word and to those who haven't yet embraced His Word but have a desire to know Him and have a life changing/eternal relationship with Him!


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    One more...


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    "He will bring us goodness and light"

    but we have to listen to Him first.
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    Merry Christmas Donald, Ivanka and to all of your good friends on "The Spew".


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    And Merry Christmas to the late pornographer Hugh Hefner (residing in Hell for eternity), pseudo Christian Jerry Falwell Jr. and Hefner's main attraction, Donald Trump.


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    With Donald Trump to this day being proud that he was on the cover of the SMUT magazine Playboy and interviewed for an article in that same edition, it's time again to talk about the SMUT peddler Hugh Hefner and how he admired the pedophile Alfred Kinsey.


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    Hugh Hefner was inspired by this twisted researcher who employed pedophiles

    Sept. 28, 2017

    Most people know of Hefner as the founder of Playboy magazine and a driving force in legalizing pornography.
    What they don’t know is that, as a virgin in college, Hefner swore his devotion to another man.
    That man was Dr. Alfred Kinsey.

    The Kinsey Reports, a set of books on sexual behavior released in the late 1940s and early 1950s, were the beginning of the end for sexual morality in our traditionally Judeo-Christian nation.
    To Kinsey, all the sexual perversions anyone could imagine fell into the realm of normal, and (in a quantum leap of faulty logic) therefore moral, behavior. He also claimed that humans were sexual at birth.
    His methods of collecting data, however, were questionable at best.
    Dr. Judith Reisman is a world historian on the destruction of human sexuality who has fought the pornography industry for decades and even won a lawsuit against Playboy.
    “I looked at the graphs he provided and I said, ‘Wait a minute, that is a two month old baby,’” Dr. Reisman shared about her review of Dr. Kinsey’s research. “How does he know a two month old baby did or did not have an orgasm?”
    “He also employed bona fide pedophiles to do what they did to children for his so-called data,” Dr. Reisman revealed during an interview on the Conquer Series, a powerful film series helping men find freedom from pornography.

    Read more: https://www.lifesitenews.com/opinion...ut-hugh-hefner

    The late SMUT peddler/admirer of the pedophile Alfred Kinsey also was happy that the Republican Party strayed away from their social conservative stance by nominating and eventually electing fellow sexual anarchist and moral degenerate Donald Trump.

    That article up next...
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    Yeah, this thread is starting off as I hoped, shining the spotlight on your obsession with Trump. You should gain tons of new viewers and at the same time make an indelible impression on the Duke. Syndicated columnist Selwyn Duke. Maybe I'll check out some of his work to see if he thinks like you.

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    Excerpt from Sewlyn Duke - https://www.thenewamerican.com/usnew...ump-why-he-won

    Trump’s Trajectory
    As for Trump, his nationalism has carried the day, for now, yet he isn’t most properly analogized to Pat Buchanan. Rather, his election is historic for yet another reason: As I pointed out in January, Trump was our first “European-conservative” American presidential candidate. Unlike Buchanan and much like Marine Le Pen or Nigel Farage, Trump is indifferent to quite liberal on social issues, and he accepts the statist status quo. He simply rejects internationalism. And in this he is, like it or not, a man for our time. In “Liberalism and Conservatism: The Engine and Caboose of the Train to Perdition” (The New American, November 7, 2016), I pointed out that a given time’s conservatives merely reflect the previous times’ liberals, as the political spectrum continually moves “left.” And as we follow in Europe’s footsteps — with secularization, declining morality, and burgeoning government — and as our people begin to resemble the Old World’s worldview-wise, so do our leaders.
    There is a lesson here. Just as a nation may get the government it deserves, reformers can only reform rightly insofar as they morally are well-formed. The hit the establishment took November 8 was uplifting, and we should wish President-elect Trump great success in advancing his aims, insofar as they’re constitutional. We should also hope he truly will trump the establishment. Yet we must remember that he is only one man; it’s the movement that matters. Whatever Trump attempts, we can and should augment (or correct) it by neutralizing establishment schemes with nullification, which Thomas Jefferson called the “rightful remedy” for all federal usurpation. Moreover, we should dismiss judicial supremacy as the extra-constitutional power it is, for to accept it, as Jefferson warned, would make our Constitution a “suicide pact.” In addition, we can elect members of Congress who understand their constitutional powers — for example, those allowing them to rein in the judiciary — and aren’t reluctant to exercise them; as it stands now, congressmen opt to let unelected (and unaccountable) judges “settle” contentious issues rather than do so themselves, alienate part of the electorate, and give opponents ammunition for campaign-time political ads. This, of course, leads to distorted government. For how can there be the founder-envisioned balance of power among the three branches if one branch neglects to exercise its powers? If Congress refuses its turn at the wheel, it should be no surprise when the presidency and courts steer us toward an abyss.
    Yet national suicide will still be our lot without one crucial ingredient. We can talk about constitutionalism till we’re blue in the face, but our second president, John Adams, told us in no uncertain terms, “Avarice, ambition, revenge and licentiousness would break the strongest cords of our Constitution, as a whale goes through a net. Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.” Does “moral and religious” describe us today? Adherence to a set of rules (the Constitution, for instance) requires a sense of honor in the people. Furthermore, it requires a belief that rules can have a basis in more than just man’s preference. As to this, I’ve often mentioned Barna Group research indicating that a staggering 83 percent of teenagers in 2002 (adults today) said that “morals” were relative; in other words, they don’t believe in the most important, most fundamental rules of all — God’s laws — which are what morals reflect. Of course, if even what we call right and wrong were relative (which essentially means they don’t exist), why would we consider constitutional dictates and prohibitions anything but relative? Another way of saying this is: Why then would we consider the Constitution anything but a “living document”?
    Moreover, if right and wrong were just a matter of “perspective,” what could be objectively wrong with violating any set of rules? And if we accept the relativistic Protagorean notion that “Man is the measure of all things,” which would include laws, then it’s no surprise when we start to become a land of men and not laws. This is why philosophy matters: Get “First Things” wrong, and what flows from them will be no better.
    An apocryphal saying tells us, “America is great because she is good, and if America ever ceases to be good, she will cease to be great.” You may or may not consider a battle to have been won on November 8, but the moral and spiritual battle for the soul of America is waged every single day. And making America great again requires making her good again. Take care of that, and the elections — and the establishment’s disestablishment — take care of themselves.


    Seems like I said something like that highlighted statement. I'm sure Duke will be a new fan of your threads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patrick jane View Post
    Yeah, this thread is starting off as I hoped, shining the spotlight on your obsession with Trump.
    That sounds like you're giving me to green light to further expose Donald Trump and his LGBTQueer activism Patrick.

    Thank you!

    You should gain tons of new viewers and at the same time make an indelible impression on the Duke. Syndicated columnist Selwyn Duke. Maybe I'll check out some of his work to see if he thinks like you.
    I'm constantly out there drumming up viewers for this thread (and hence TOL) and would love it if others came forward attempting to defend homosexuality and the LGBTQ agenda.

    Re: Selwyn Duke. He's written some pretty good articles in the past ("Why many American Christians are really un-Christian" and "When Hypocrisy is a good thing", to name two), but like many other conservative columnists, Selwyn Duke jumped on the Trump wagon after Trump was elected to the Republicrat Party (yet another Trump apologist).

    That being said: Like other Trump apologists (Bryan Fischer, Matt Barber, Tony Perkins, Trevor Grant Thomas, etc.), I'll still use articles that they write if they expose the LGBTQ agenda and homosexual behavior.
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    For those of you following this now 5 part thread on the dire need to recriminalize homosexuality, you'll recall that I'd posted numerous articles showing that homosexuals that have adopted children ended up either raping the child/children themselves or pimping them out over the internet to other homosexuals.

    One such case was homosexual Duke University Professor Frank Lombard:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J59UnbfAyNY

    The child molesters of the LGBTQueer movement have been successful in punishing a Kentucky Family Court judge for acknowledging that children are in extreme danger when they're put in the custody of homosexuals.

    Judge Opposed to Gay Adoption Over Concerns for Child Welfare Found Guilty of Misconduct

    Dec. 22, 2017

    A Kentucky Family Court judge who earlier this year said he cannot hear adoption cases involving gay or lesbian people, arguing that he is looking after the best interests of children, has been found guilty of misconduct. The Louisville Courier Journal reported on Tuesday that W. Mitchell Nance, who previously announced his intention to resign on Dec. 16 due to the ethics and misconduct inquiry launched against him, has now been issued a public reprimand by the Judicial Conduct Commission. The reprimand, passed by a 4–1 vote and made available online, says that the Kentucky code of judicial conduct requires judges to "fairly and impartially decide cases according to the law."
    "Judge Nance's refusal to hear and decide adoption cases involving homosexuals is violative of said Canons," it adds, listing out canons that prohibit prejudice based on race, sex, religion, national original, disability, age, sexual orientation or socioeconomic status.

    Nance explained back in April that "as a matter of conscience," he believes that "under no circumstance" would "the best interest of the child be promoted by the adoption by a practicing homosexual."
    Nance's attorneys have also said that according to his sincere religious belief, "the divinely created order of nature is that each human being has a male parent and a female parent," the Herald Leader added.


    LGBT activists, such as Chris Hartman, director of the Kentucky-based advocacy group the Fairness Campaign, praised the reprimand...

    Read more: https://www.christianpost.com/news/j...onduct-211125/

    I bet that you're just licking your perverted chops at the decision Chris.
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    From a previous post:

    {Hugh Hefner} The late SMUT peddler/admirer of the pedophile Alfred Kinsey also was happy that the Republican Party strayed away from their social conservative stance by nominating and eventually electing fellow sexual anarchist and moral degenerate Donald Trump.

    I doubt that you could find a democrat or Libertarian who crossed Party lines to vote for Donald Trump who wasn't happy with Trump's sexually liberated ideology (although Hefner states that didn't vote for his former employee).

    Heck, they wouldn't have crossed Party lines and voted for Trump if he wasn't pro LGBTQueer and pro abortion.

    In any event, Hugh Hefner (who is entertaining Satan for eternity) wrote an article about how pleased he was with Donald Trump's nomination as a Republican Presidential candidate.

    Hugh Hefner Declares Victory in Sexual War Against Republicans

    July 10, 2016

    Hugh Hefner, the founder and editor-in-chief of Playboy, has penned an essay in the magazine’s latest (nude-free) issue, declaring victory over conservative Republicans in the decades-long struggle since the sexual revolution began in the 1960s.
    http://www.breitbart.com/big-journal...r-republicans/

    The Conservative Sex Movement
    By Hugh M. Hefner

    Every four years, a new crop of conservative presidential candidates barges into American bedrooms, looking to police what you do and with whom you do it. These politicians, eager to cater to religious voters, campaign on promises to eliminate access to birth control, ban abortion, pass discriminatory laws against gays, and regulate or outright ban any lifestyle or preference that doesn’t fit into their Christian crusade to eliminate all sexual activity that doesn’t lead to procreation. In the 50 years since the triumph of the sexual revolution, I have personally watched this fight over and over again: conservative candidates stepping on our sexual freedoms to reach the White House.
    This year, no candidate beat the drum of sexual repression longer and louder than Ted Cruz. The Texas senator has spent his entire political career attempting to force his puritanical agenda into our sex lives. During his time in the Senate, Cruz has proposed bans on IUDs and other forms of birth control he refers to as “abortion-inducing drugs,” arguing that women don’t need access to such methods because “we don’t have a rubber shortage in America.” He has attacked laws that protect women from being fired by their employers for using birth control, opposed abortion even in cases of rape or incest, proposed an amendment banning same-sex marriage and promoted anti-LGBT legislation. Last year, Cruz attempted to orchestrate a government shutdown unless Planned Parenthood was defunded and promised that, if elected president, he would have the health care organization investigated by the Department of Justice as a “criminal enterprise.”
    And yet despite Cruz’s fanatical fixation on our sex lives, he failed to win the Republican nomination. Polls show that voters found Cruz too conservative and failed to embrace his views on sex, women’s rights and gays. Instead, voters nominated Donald Trump, a thrice-married New York entrepreneur who once owned the Miss USA pageant, over Cruz, the son of a pastor. It’s a sign of the massive changes in the “family values party” and proof of what I’ve watched building over the past several months: a sexual revolution in the Republican Party.

    Read more: https://www.playboy.com/articles/con...nt-hugh-hefner

    You made your former employer proud Donald. Job well done.


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    I was going to comment in Patrick Jane's thread entitled

    'I am Donald Trump's biggest fan in the whooooole wide world!', but I see that after two posts he closed the thread.

    3 of the supposed 'accomplishments' that Donald Trump has done as President (according to Patrick Jane) are these:

    A new executive order to boost apprenticeships.
    A move to boost computer sciences in Education Department programs.
    Prioritizing women-owned businesses for some $500 million in SBA l


    2 of them sound like areas that government shouldn't be involved in and left to the free enterprise system to promote and the 3rd (the Dept. of Education) is unconstitutional.

    Is your President a socialist Patrick, and if so, why do you embrace socialism?
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