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Social Security Adds $0 To USA Deficit

Which Has A Crisis?!
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President Franklin Delano Roosevelt said,

“We must scrupulously guard the civil rights and civil liberties of all citizens, whatever their background. We must remember that any oppression, any injustice, any hatred is a wedge disguised to attack our civilization.”

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U.S. Not Outraged With Terrorist Who Lured Children With Food, Then Blew Them Up”

VIDEO Source: U.S. Not Outraged With Terrorists Who Lured Children With Food, Then Blew Them Up

In Georgia, Jon Ossoff Tries to Vanquish Seventeen Candidates at Once

Source: In Georgia, Jon Ossoff Tries to Vanquish Seventeen Candidates at Once

On Tuesday, the Democrat Jon Ossoff will try to win a special election in a district that’s been Republican for decades.

'Matthew’s Passion' by Tony Kushner

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Matthew’s Passion

by Tony Kushner

Aug 28 1999

When Trent Lott heard the news about the murder of Matthew Shepard, the first thoughts that flashed through his mind were all about spin. Trent Lott worried about how to keep his promise to the religious right, to speak out against the homosexual agenda, without seeming to endorse murder. Trent Lott endorses murder, of course; his party endorses murder, his party endorses discrimination against homosexuals and in doing so it endorses the ritual slaughter of homosexuals.

A lot of people worry these days about the death of civil discourse. The Pope, in his new encyclical, Fides et Ratio (Faith and Reason), laments the death of civil discourse and cites “ancient philosophers who proposed friendship as one of the most appropriate contexts for sound philosophical inquiry.” It’s more than faintly ludicrous, this plea for friendship coming from the selfsame Pope who has tried so relentlessly to stamp out dissent in churches and Catholic universities, but let’s follow the lead of the crazies who killed Matthew Shepard and take the Pope at his word.

Video: Wayne Besen of Truth Wins Out (TWO) on Bill O'Reilly's Show

Wayne Besen chats it up with Bill O’Reilly

Truth Wins Out’s Executive Director Wayne Besen appeared on FOX news channel’s O’Reilly Factor to discuss Obama’s upcoming Big Gay Speech at the Human Rights Campaign dinner.

“Obama has a history of rising to the occasion in big moments,” said Besen. “I hope he realizes that such a moment is now and that expectations are very high for this speech. GLBT people are suffering discrimination throughout the land, and we hope he uses the power of his office to alleviate it.”

Also, check out Besen’s column on the topic at the The Huffington Post.

Wayne Robert Ruks <> 'Gay panic defense' used in 2-on-1 Australian murder

Alleged killer may have been provoked, court told

The Courier-Mail
by Michael Madigan
Oct 08 2009

Australia — A man alleged to have killed a disabled pensioner who made a homosexual pass at him could be acquitted of murder because of anger resulting from childhood sexual abuse, a jury was told yesterday.

The Supreme Court jury was told it could carefully weight the issue of provocation when deciding if Jason Andrew Pearce murdered Wayne Robert Ruks, who was found dead in a Maryborough Church yard.

Pearce, 38, and Richard John Meerdink, 40, have pleaded not guilty to murdering Wayne Robert Ruks, 45, after a drunken altercation near St. Mary’s Catholic Church on the night of July 3 last year, 2008.

Justice Peter Applegarth, in his summing up, said he had allowed issues relating to the defence of provocation to go before the jury, but warned they must be treated carefully.

The defence has told the court Ruks both touched Pearce on the genitals and verbally propositioned him while Pearce was preparing some marijuana to smoke after the trio had been drinking at a nearby hotel.

Video: Truth versus one on healthcare reform; facts and plans versus 'no answer so answer no'

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