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 Who decides what is good for your kids?

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Damocles
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PostSubject: Who decides what is good for your kids?   Wed Apr 29, 2009 4:43 am

Here are some eye-popping facts that every parent needs to be made aware of:

http://www.parentalrights.org/


...and you thought your kids were YOUR responsibility?
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PostSubject: Re: Who decides what is good for your kids?   Sun May 03, 2009 10:57 pm

Exploring the link, this is the most insane thing I have read (today.) affraid Evil or Very Mad
A parent needs to be a parent at all times, no matter what the minor kid wants, and for schools to encourage these youngsters to rebel through attorneys is a total undermining of the child-parent relationship. It may also be a societal problem in this country, kids getting exposed to too much TV and video games from early childhood, instead of interacting with a parent who is too pooped from working two or three jobs to put food on the table.
I have to stew over this a bit before I find the right words to express anything. Now where is the emoticon for PUKE?
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PostSubject: Re: Who decides what is good for your kids?   Thu May 28, 2009 12:27 pm

Also working against the parent/child relationship is the constant peer connectivity in today's electronic age. Tweens and teens have replaced nearly all interactions with adults during leisure hours with twittering, texting, instant messaging, Facebook, Myspace, etc. As a result, there is nearly no role-model association, no experiential accumulation of wisdom, and few if any encounters with real-world problems. More about this disturbing trend and it's future effects on our society can be found in the book:

The Dumbest Generation by Mark Bauerlain

Another related work on the general effects of the electronic age on us all:

Distracted: The Erosion of Attention and the Coming Dark Age
by Maggie Jackson (Author), Bill McKibben (Foreword)

This author also has some interesting observations worthy of a read:

Dumbing Us Down: The Hidden Curriculum of Compulsory Schooling
by John Taylor Gatto
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PostSubject: Freaky parental right taken by perv dad   Wed Jul 01, 2009 11:39 pm

News agencies gagging 'gay' factor in boy rape

But coverage beyond bonkers for fake Duke lacrosse assault

Posted: July 01, 2009
6:36 pm Eastern
By Joe Kovacs
©️ 2009 WorldNetDaily

Editor's note: The content of this story is graphic in nature and may be objectionable to some readers.

News coverage of a Duke University official accused of raping his adopted 5-year-old son and offering the child to someone else is apparently lacking what some say is a key piece of information: the fact the alleged perpetrator is a homosexual who lives with another "gay" man.

Frank Lombard, associate director of the Health Inequalities Program at the university's Center for Health Policy, was arrested last Wednesday in Raleigh, N.C., for attempting to induce someone to cross state lines to engage in sex with the child, who is black.

The arrest affidavit goes into graphic detail of Lombard's alleged actions, including alleged performance of oral sex with the child in front of a webcam, and sodomizing the boy with his finger and tongue. It also prominently cites the fact that Lombard is a homosexual living with another "gay" man.

In his online profile, Lombard reportedly describes himself as "perv dad for fun."

But days after the case broke, there have been few, if any, mentions in news stories that Lombard is part of a homosexual couple raising children.

In reports by the Associated Press, CNN and ABC News, for instance, the "gay" factor is never brought up.

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A Lexis-Nexis news database search by WND using search terms "Frank Lombard" and "homosexual" or "gay" resulted in just four results, none of which were any major media.

Just today, Duke's campus newspaper, the Chronicle, finally mentioned the affidavit where it was stated, "he lived in Durham, North Carolina with his live-in homosexual partner."

An online comment in reaction to the ABC News story mentioned media hypocrisy with the high-profile case of Duke lacrosse players who were wrongly accused of a rape that never happened:

"The Duke lacrosse case was front page news everywhere, professors were signing statements of protest, another professor threatened to resign in protest when the students were readmitted to Duke when found innocent. Could it be the liberal media and professors are as afraid of the gay lobby as Obama is, since this could harm the gay adoption activists?"

Radio host Rush Limbaugh commented today on the apparent double standardy, stating, "Did you hear there has been an actual rape at Duke University? An actual rape in Durham, North Carolina. It's not a phony one. Not a false charge. An actual rape. A guy sold his adopted 5-year-old son to a sex practitioner. A 5-year-old kid, yeah. There's a problem with this, too, because the guy is gay, a gay adoption.

"This is why you haven't heard about it. This does not fit the template. A false charge of rape at Duke when you had the poor, black, down-on-her-luck dancer and the rich, white, lacrosse players, oh, that fit the template. They were guilty before any evidence. This you haven't heard about because this doesn't fit the template here of what we're trying to accomplish."

The silence is reminiscent of the 1999 homosexual rape and murder of 13-year-old Jesse Dirkhising of Prairie Grove, Ark. Many news agencies across the nation ignored coverage.

Among those trying to shine the light on the homosexual aspect of the Lombard case is Mike Adams, a professor of criminology at the University of North Carolina-Wilmington.

"I tried to contact Frank Lombard over the weekend to probe his expertise regarding the health benefits of raping small children," wrote Adams. "So far, he's declined to comment."

Lombard faces a maximum of 20 years in prison if convicted.

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