Category Archives: Homosexuals

The Cost of the Union: Federal Judge Strikes Down Colorado Gay Marriage Ban

I’ve already explained at length why the average citizen no longer has any “voice” under the American system of government. The system that exists is anti-White, anti-Southern, anti-Christian, and anti-conservative. There is a logic to the way it unfolds that … Continue reading

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Ain’t That America: Secrets of the Living Dolls

After President Barack Obama issues his new gender identity anti-discrimination executive order, these “living dolls” will be delivering your mail and teaching your children the “Common Core” program in America’s public schools: Note: According to a new Pew Survey, 76 percent … Continue reading

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The Cost of the Union: Federal Judge Strikes Down Kentucky Gay Marriage Ban

As I was saying yesterday, the US citizen has no “voice” or input in the American system. Federal judges, oligarchs, and corrupt executives have the final say and can gut any law or overturn the result of any popular election … Continue reading

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Federal Judge Strikes Down Indiana Gay Marriage Ban

Indiana Here are the Top 3 reasons why the US system cannot be reformed: 1.) Federal judges are the final authority on everything, even on the most sensitive questions that exist like the definition of marriage, which makes voting a … Continue reading

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Ain’t That America: Red Republican America

District of Corruption The Roman emperor Caligula was probably joking when Incitatus was made a consul, but even Caligula’s horse could do a better job in office than either President Barack Obama or Secretary of State John Kerry: 1.) Yesterday, … Continue reading

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Ain’t That America: Presbyterians Embrace Gay Marriage

Michigan In the United States, it is important to understand that what is called “Christianity” has long been nothing more than Americanism dressed up with a cross and a Jesus mascot. “Christianity” is always getting a new facelift to correspond … Continue reading

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Ain’t That America: Federal Judge Strikes Down Wisconsin Gay Marriage Ban

Wisconsin In Wisconsin, it is the same old story … federal judges usurping powers from the state legislatures: MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Same-sex couples began getting married in Wisconsin on Friday shortly after a federal judge struck down the state’s … Continue reading

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Ain’t That America: Federal Judge Strikes Down Pennsylvania Gay Marriage Ban

Pennsylvania Actually, it is time to throw out the United States on the ash heap of history. These federal court rulings help clarify the issue. Note: How many states does that make now? California, Oregon, Idaho, Utah, Oklahoma, Texas, Pennsylvania, … Continue reading

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Ain’t That America: Federal Judge Strikes Down Oregon Gay Marriage Ban

Oregon It is not exactly news around here that black robed tyrants are legislating from the bench: Note: The federal judge who struck down the law is a homosexual who issued a “strikingly personal” ruling. “A federal judge threw out … Continue reading

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Ain’t That America: Federal Judge Strikes Down Idaho Gay Marriage Ban

Idaho Federal judges rewriting the law again. Ain’t That America … that’s all there is to say. “BOISE — U.S. Magistrate Judge Candy Dale has ruled Idaho’s ban on gay marriage is unconstitutional. In her 57-page decision, Dale stated, “Idaho’s … Continue reading

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