Sunday, May 4, 2008

Kids say: Enough with the 'gay' stuff!

I know my boys will have a day off if it happens at their school. Let's hope the tide turns to a tidal wave of walkouts. From WND
On April 25, adult homosexual activists with the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network held their annual "Day of Silence," or DOS, propaganda push. During DOS, teachers and students in roughly 3,000 middle schools, high schools and colleges across the country are cynically used as culture-war pawns in an effort to legitimize conventionally immoral, objectively deviant and demonstrably high-risk sexual behaviors....
But this year, something extraordinary happened on the way to the brainwashing. Kids at schools all over the country stood tall and said, "Enough is enough!" Untold thousands of students participated in a peaceful, pro-family counter effort called the "Day of Silence Walkout.".. (more)

Behind the scenes of 'Prince Caspian'

Grab your popcorn...
When a cherished book becomes a movie, the book fans usually cringe. Yet, three years ago, "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" burst onto the screen, satisfying even the most ardent fan of C.S. Lewis' literary classic.
The man most responsible for keeping the integrity of the initial book was producer and stepson to Lewis, Douglas Gresham. Now the next book, "The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian," comes to the screen this month. Thus, the question in the minds of Lewis fans is, "Can they give us a film that's faithful to the book again?" (rest of the story)

Surprise! Guess which movies Americans really like

From WND:
I've only seen one of these ("Ratatouille") (unless "The Ten Commandments" happens to be the old one.) I'd be interested in hearing from anyone who has.
In the latest addition to a six-year study that might stun Hollywood, the results from 2007 show that Americans preferred – sometimes by a huge margin – movies that are conservative, patriotic and pro-American containing traditional, biblical values over anti-capitalist, socialist, atheist or perverse sexual themes...

...The money-making movies with traditional content included "Ratatouille," "Live Free or Die Hard," "Spider-Man 3," "National Treasure: The Book of Secrets," "Alvin and the Chipmunks," "I Am Legend," "Amazing Grace," "The Astronaut Farmer," "Enchanted," "The Ten Commandments," "In the Shadow of the Moon," "Pride," "The Ultimate Gift" and others....

...MOVIEGUIDE bases its assessments on the standard that the basic moral principles in both the New Testament and the Hebrew scriptures are the same, "though individual Bible-believing Jews and Christians, or individual churches, synagogues and denominations, may differ greatly."... (full story)

Ministry fined for firing homosexual employee

Sure, I'll sign the contract, then I'll sue you if you make me live up to it...huh?
From OneNewsNow:
Christian Horizons is an evangelical ministry in Ontario that has cared for more than 1,400 people with developmental disabilities in 180 group homes. The group requires all employees to sign a contract agreeing to abstain from all sexual immorality, including homosexuality. When Christian Horizons fired a female employee who became involved with another woman, she complained to the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, which fined the ministry $23,000 and two years back pay. (more)

The Face of Intolerance: Lesbian Riot Shuts Down Sorba Speech at Smith College

The state of "free" speech:
Lesbian activists at Smith College just couldn’t stand by and let a young critic explain his views about the supposed innateness of homosexuality — so they stormed Ryan Sorba’s speech on the “Born Gay Hoax” and forced him to end it prematurely. Thus they decided for everyone in the room — supporters, foes, the curious and the undecided — whether Sorba’s arguments would be heard. Stalin would be proud. (full story)