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"Perhaps Wikipedia should Change its Name to Pornopedia"

Wikipedia Peddles Porn to Kids WASHINGTON, May 7 /Christian Newswire/ -- It would be a tall order, but parents around the world may want to make every effort to keep their kids away from Wikipedia.com, the enormously popular, user-generated online encyclopedia. While doing homework, research for term papers, or for just plain fun, millions of kids visit Wikipedia every day. That's why parents may be alarmed to learn that, as recently exposed by WorldNetDaily.com, Wikipedia features hundreds, if not thousands, of hardcore pornographic images and online sex videos, making them easily accessible to children. Matt Barber, Policy Director for Cultural Issues with Concerned Women for America (CWA), said, "Perhaps Wikipedia should change its name to Pornopedia. Providing clinical images that may assist people in research is one thing, but many of the images and videos featured by Wikipedia are gratuitous and obscene. They're entirely unnecessary and amount to hardcore pornogr

Do You Long for an End to Abortion in America

Do You Long for an End to Abortion in America And the Sex Scandals in the Church? If you’re like me, your heart aches when you think of the plague of abortion that has hit America over the past 30 years. Added to this are the recent sex scandals in the Church that have shaken our confidence in the clergy and caused us to wonder how this could happen. Well, take heart. There are solutions to these problems. But first, you need to understand the root cause. In my new book, The Hidden Axis of Evil: The Clintons, Sex Abuse, and the Aborting of America, I lay out the three primary reasons why the sex scandals happened and the foundational reasons why abortion in America will remain unless we respond with the Christian conviction that we are all called to put forth. I also show you how the philosophy that guided the Clinton administration laid the groundwork for the loose morality that fuels abortion, sexual permissiveness, the homosexual agenda and an array of societal ills. The Hidden A

How Ending the Abortion Nightmare can make Trump the next Lincoln

-Updated September 10, 2017- Dr. Theresa Burkes’s book on post abortion therapy, "Forbidden Grief: The Unspoken Pain of Abortion," is endorsed by the great enemy of the feminist agenda- Dr. Laura Schessinger. Burkes concurs with Dr. Laura that the Feminist movement has brought us deep psychological problems especially the abortion culture: "If you examine the women's movement you can see that many of the women who laid the groundwork were women traumatized by their own abortions. They believed that legalizing abortion would take away the trauma.” Instead as Dr. Burkes shows they created trauma, which brought us the nightmare culture. She applies psychology to cure this trauma, but says that the abortion-trauma can only be completely healed if one asks for and receives God’s mercy. If the grief of abortion is not healed then the world becomes a Freddy Krueger-like nightmare. Burkes maintains that the horror icons of the United States such as “Freddy Kr

How to End the Abortion Nightmare

By Fred Martinez Dr. Theresa Burke's latest book on post abortion therapy, Forbidden Grief: The Unspoken Pain of Abortion is endorsed by the great enemy of the feminist agenda, Dr. Laura Schessinger. Burkes concurs with Dr. Laura that the Feminist movement brought us many psychological problems and the trauma culture. She applies psychology to cure this trauma, but says that abortion-trauma can only be completely healed if one asks for and receives God's mercy. Her work shows that if the grief of abortion is not healed then the world can become a Freddy Krueger-like nightmare. Q. Dr. Burkes, what effect did the Feminist movement have in bringing about the trauma culture? A. If you examine the women's movement you can see that many of the women who laid the groundwork were women traumatized by their own abortions. They believed that legalizing abortion would take away the trauma. But even offered in the most pristine and legal hospitals - abortion can only destroy.

Does the ACLU Support Sex Abuse?

Does the ACLU Support Sex Abuse? ACLU and Nambla: A Match Made In Hell Posted on June 17, 2005 Crossposted With Permission From Merri Musings NAMBLA states that they are on an important, historic mission. They state that their mission is simple. Abolition of age of consent laws that classify sex with children as rape. NAMBLA is the North American Man/Boy Love Association. Charles Jaynes, 25, reportedly viewed the group’s web site shortly before the killing of Jeffrey Curley, a 10 year old boy, slain in 1997. Jaynes also had in his possession some of NAMBLA’s publications. Also convicted in the killing was 24 year old Salvatore Sicari. Sicari, convicted of first degree murder, is serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole. Jaynes’ second degree murder and kidnapping convictions enable him to seek parole within the next 20 years. Was this a case of misunderstanding? Does this fit with NAMBLA’s philosophy of man/boy love that is non violent? Hardly. Prosecutors said Jay

ACLU Defends Group that Advocates Sex Abuse

http://www.boston.com/news/local/articles/2008/04/24/parents_of_slain_boy_drop_lawsuit_against_nambla/?p1=email_to _a_friend Parents of slain boy drop lawsuit against NAMBLA Witness incompetent to testify, judge rules By Jonathan Saltzman Globe Staff April 24, 2008 The parents of Jeffrey Curley, the 10-year-old Cambridge boy raped and smothered by two men who lured him into a car, have dropped their federal lawsuit against a group that advocates sex between men and boys, which the parents contended had incited their son's 1997 murder. Lawyers for Robert and Barbara Curley filed papers Tuesday in US District Court in Boston ending their wrongful death and civil rights lawsuit against the North American Man/Boy Love Association and 18 reputed members after almost eight years of litigation. Robert Curley said his lawyer recently told him that the plaintiffs had only one witness prepared to testify that the association somehow spurred Charles Jaynes, one of the boy's conv

Sex Abuse Wars

By Fred Martinez The mother of all battles in the sex abuse wars was set for June 13-15, 2002 when the U.S. bishops were to meet in Dallas to enact measures to end the Catholic Church's sex scandal. The media war had already begun, with Time magazine, in its Time Life Building at Rockefeller Center in New York City, looking down on its opponents, led by the Catholic World Report magazine (CWR), located in a small building in the enemy's heartland, San Francisco. Time fired the first shot with its May 20 article "Inside the Church's Closet: Gay priests talk about their hidden lives, love of the church and fear of being scapegoated in the sex scandals." CWR shot back with its May issue piece, "Attitudes That Must Die: If the American bishops do not know how to respond to a public scandal, the laity must lead the way." Time, in its alliance with the gay movement and Voice of the Faithful(VOTF), did a pre-emptive attack on what it called one of "