Who Says Anti-Christian Bigotry Is Not On The Rise? just a sample of examples listed here... these are sad times...
Hilton asked her a question about gay marriage and whether or not all of the states should legalized same-sex relationships.
Miss Prejean, who is a Christian, answered that: "We live in a land where you can choose same-sex marriage or opposite. And you know what, I think in my country, in my family, I think that I believe that a marriage should be between a man and a woman. No offense to anybody out there, but that's how I was raised."
This response, of course, angered Hilton who posted a video blog rant on his site trashing Miss Prejean and calling her a dumb "b***h and another four letter word starting with "c". MSNBC has posted a story about this outrageous situation â€“ where support for traditional marriage now ensures your defeat in a beauty pageant.
Perez Hilton is a man who oozes hatred for Christian values. He should be forever banned from judging any beauty contests where heterosexual women are competing. He would be more suited to judge a Dykes on Bikes beauty pageant.
Keith Lewis, a co-director of the Miss California USA told Fox News that he was "personally saddened and hurt that Miss California believes marriage rights belong only to a man and a woman." Lewis apparently thinks that anyone who supports traditional marriage is now a bigot who must be shunned by a politically-correct society. He is clearly ignorant of history and the importance of the traditional marriage as the foundation of Western civilization.
A federal judge in California has just ruled that two Christian students who were threatened with expulsion from a college for praying for a teacher, can sue the college! The case involved Kandy Kyriacou and Ojoma Omaga, who were suspended for "disruptive behavior" after praying for an ill teacher in her office.
The college claimed that the girls had no right to pray in a college, but the federal judge has ruled that they can sue over a violation of their religious freedom!
Congress is poised to vote on a "hate crimes" bill that will criminalize speech that insults politically fashionable groups such as gays, bisexuals and transgendered individuals. Congress is apparently willing to sacrifice religious freedom to do it. H.R. 1913, the Local Law Enforcement Hate Crimes Prevention Act, targets mainstream religious people for prosecution because their sincerely-held religious beliefs and centuries of theology inform them that homosexuality is a disordered behavior and a sin. Just expressing that belief will amount to a crime under this bill and pastors across America will be risking their freedom to quote certain passages of the Bible from their pulpits.
This hate crimes bill creates that climate with its chilling effect on the First Amendment's "free exercise" of religion, taking rights away from one group of citizens in a phony ploy to protect another group of citizens from a contrived threat.
Read more about this dangerous threat to religious freedom in my column "Is Your Minister a â€˜Hate Crimeâ€™ Peddler?" which was also published in Human Events. Go Here: http://www.alainsnewsletter.com/read.php?sid=155
And, there's anti-Christian bigotry at Georgetown University thanks to President Obama's operativesâ€¦.. It turns out that when President Obama visited Georgetown recently, his staffers asked that the university hide the symbol INS (which stands for Jesus Hominum Salvator) and a cross from public view for his speech.
The Catholic university dutifully complied with Obama's wishes. Why? The spin now is that it was done for aesthetic reasons so as not to detract from Obama's speech and that the dÃ©cor would match the requested flags and drape.Since when does a President tell a Catholic university it must hide symbols of Jesus Christ on its campus? Could it be because Obama surrounds himself with anti-Christian bigots like Rahm Emanuel?
Obama's thugs have bullied a Catholic university into hiding classic symbols of the Christian faith. Will these Obamunists also censor Jewish or Islamic symbols for "aesthetic reasons" if he speaks at a Jewish university or Islamic center? I suspect not â€“ especially at an Islamic institution where insulting "Islam" can get your head chopped off.