Who needs reality shows?
Blurbs of this new ‘reality’ in America…
The Gen Xer: National Abortion Rights Action League has been conducting focus groups across the country, to learn how to sell an abortion-rights message to ambivalent Millennials. “They’re not connecting the personal with the political,’’ says NARAL’s president, Nancy Keenan. “They’re not connecting that personal experience with the political reality that we’re dealing with.’’
The New Right: While divisive political movements like feminism and gay rights is counterproductive if not outright destructive, and while defending the right of communities to define what behaviors they will and will not tolerate, it is concluded that a healthy society does not need specific policies for homosexuals.
Speaking of the Gay Agenda: The birth mother of a 7-year-old Virginia girl must transfer custody of the child to the woman’s former lesbian partner, a Vermont judge ruled, adding that it seems the woman has “disappeared” with her daughter. The birth mother and her ex-partner were joined in a Vermont civil union in 2000. The child was born to the birth mother through artificial insemination in 2002. The couple broke up in 2003, and the birth mom moved to Virginia, renounced homosexuality and became an evangelical Christian.
Freedom of Religion: Should a Young Democrats club on a university campus be compelled to elect Republican officers? Should a student chapter of PETA be forced to be led by an ardent hunter and taxidermist? If you say no, you’re one up on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, which ruled in a crucial case earlier this year that Christian clubs on university campuses forfeit official recognition unless they’re open to non-Christian leaders and voting members.
Yes, it can get worse.
Thanks to: Alliance Defense Fund, One News Now, Amerika, Fox News.