Monthly Archives: November 2013

Harvey Milk

“Harvey Milk is the first LGBTQ activist to be featured on a U.S. postage stamp.”  Anugrah Kumar

“Citing Milk’s biography, The Mayor of Castro Street: The Life and Times ofHarvey Milk, by homosexual reporter Randy Shilts, Save California noted he repeatedly engaged in adult-child sex and advocated for polygamous homosexual relationships.” Ibid.

Calif. Group Protests Decision to Honor ‘Sexual Predator’ Harvey Milk on US Postage Stamp

By Anugrah Kumar | Christianpost.com | October 28, 2013
SaveCalifornia is protesting the U.S. Postal Service’s decision to feature LGBT activist Harvey Milk on a special commemorative stamp next year. The HarveyMilkScottByCohenLopro-family group is calling for the boycott of the stamp, calling Milk a “sexual predator,” based on his biography.

The Postal Service’s choice of the San Francisco homosexual activist is “a sign of America’s immorality,” the group said in a statement.

Milk is the first LGBT activist to be featured on a U.S. postage stamp.

The group said it had been warning parents about “Harvey Milk Day,” observed in California public schools to honor this “very dishonorable man.” SB 572, which established the day, is one of 10 sexual indoctrination laws in the state’s government school system, “teaching children to approve of unhealthy and unnatural sex practices,” SaveCalifornia added. Continue reading

Signing Up for Obamacare

Here are 25 things that more Americans have done this year than have signed up for ‘affordable healthcare” through the disastrous healthcare.gov website… Jim Vanne

1. More people go to Walt Disney World every day than have signed up for Obamacare. The park averages 130,000 visitors per day.  images

2. Nearly twice as many people signed up for a one-way trip to Mars as have signed up for Obamacare – 202,586.

3. Over one thousand times more people watched the Superbowl than signed up for Obamacare – 108.4 million people tuned in to watch the 2013 game.

4. 108,713 people went to Cowboys Stadium in Dallas to attend the 2010 NBA All-Star Game.

5. 119,230 people jump out of perfectly good airplanes every two weeks than have registered for Obamacare.

6. More than people get nailed with a speeding ticket in America every day than have signed up on healthcare.gov – 112,000 citations are written up daily.

7. Almost triple the number of people attended Justin Bieber’s 2012 Mexico City concert – over 300,000 people were there.

8. 139,661 people signed a petition to pardon Edward Snowden.

9. On average, more people ride the DC Metro’s Red Line each Saturday than have signed up for Obamacare – the public transit system boasts 113,742 passengers on Saturdays.

10. More people worldwide belong to Mensa than have signed up for Obarfjacare – 110,000.

11. Eight times more Americans have pierced their genitals than have registered for Obamacare. 887,800 Americans have genital piercings.

12. 121,666 people under age l8 smoke their very first cigarettes each day than have registered for Obamacare since the exchange opened.

13. More than triple the number of babies were born each month in the US than adults who have registered for Obamacare – 333,333 infants come into the world every month.

14. More people have had a leg amputated this year than have signed up for Obamacare – 113,000 lower limb amputations take place annually.

15. 7 times as many people have their vehicles stolen each year than have signed up for Obamacare – 734,226.

16. More people attend Comic-Con conventions than have purchased government healthcare – 126,000.

17. More people visit Wikipedia every day than have registered for Obamacare – 156,668 on average.

18. 15 times as many Americans eat a Big Mac every day than have signed up for “affordable health care”– 1.5 million of the burgers are soid each day.

19. Over one thousand times more Americans suffer from a venereal disease than have signed up for Obamacare -more than 110 million Americans have a sexually transmitted disease.

20. Triple the number of American women get breast implants each year than people who have signed up for government health care – over 340,000 chests are enlarge every year. Continue reading

J.F. Kennedy


jfk-in-his-own-words-1024“The facts are that President Kennedy was a martyr in the Cold War struggle against communism. 
The assassin was a communist and not a bigot or a right-winger.” James Piereson, The Wall Street Journal, November 11, 2013, p. A 13

“A Soviet spokesman said that, ‘Senator [Barry] Goldwater and other extremists on the right could not escape moral responsibility for the president’s death.’” Ibid

“A new book, Dallas 1963, put out by a respected publishing house, traces the assassination to ‘a climate of hatred’ created by rightwing businessmen, religious leaders and media moguls.” Ibid

“The assassin’s motives for shooting Kennedy were undoubtedly linked to a wish to interfere with the president’s campaign to overthrow Castro’s government…Castro, however, was probably aware of these plots against him, thanks to information thought to have been provided by a Cuban double agent.  In early September, Castro declared in an interview with an American reporter that U.S. officials wouldn’t be safe if they continue efforts to assassinate Cuban leaders.”  Ibid

“In June 1963 Lee Harvey Oswald established a local chapter of Fair Play for Cuba, a national organization dedicated to gaining diplomatic recognition for Castro’s regime.  Oswald was filmed by a local television station in New Orleans circulating leaflets on behalf of the Castro government and was jailed briefly following a street altercation with anti-Castro Cubans.  Soon thereafter he appeared on a local television program to debate [with Carlos Bringuier, etc.] U.S. policy toward Cuba.”  Ibid

In spite of the obvious connections between Fidel Castro, Lee Harvey Oswald and John F. Kennedy the following Americans and American institutions continue to portray Fidel Castro, a Stalinist communist, and his chief executioner Che Guevara, as heroes worthy of adulation and sainthood.  Go figure… Continue reading