Umm, We Told You So

Jul 11, 2014 by

By Bill Muehlenberg: A broken record can sure become tedious, and I realise that the constant flow of evidence that I offer about the slippery slope can become tiring after a while. But truth matters, and as long as the activists lie through their teeth about these issues, I will keep taking a public stand to get truth out there. It seems like just two days ago that I pointed out more cases of paedophile rights being championed because of the success of homosexual rights. Well, it was indeed...

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That Slope Sure Is Getting Slippery

Aug 10, 2013 by

By Bill Muehlenberg, Culture Watch I have come to realise by now that the other side does not care about facts, evidence or data – they are simply interested in pushing their agenda. So I have stopped trying to reason with them. But for the majority in the middle who are not quite where they stand on various contentious social issues, I keep working to convince them that we are in some trouble here. I refer of course especially to the homosexual juggernaut which continues to roll on, not...

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Jeremy Irons, Incest and Gay Marriage

Apr 6, 2013 by

By Lisa Severine Nolland Though Mr Irons may not realise it when he made his remarks appearing to link incest and SSM, in fact the lawyer of a father accused of incest in the US has already gone down this track. David Epstein’s lawyer has argued that his client’s consensual sexual relationship with his adult daughter could be seen in the same light as gay relationships. His client, a professor from Columbia University, has pled guilty to a misdemeanour charge of attempted incest...

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Incest – a favoured cause of old Lefties

Oct 27, 2012 by

By Damian Thompson, Telegraph My article last week about the radical Left’s defence of paedophilia in the 1970s provoked all manner of paroxysms from today’s Lefties. How dare I blacken the name of Hattie Harman by pointing out that she became legal officer for the National Council for Civil Liberties (NCCL) soon after it campaigned for a more relaxed approach to sex with children?   But I had private communications, too, from people who encountered the...

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‘The Notebook’ director says if we back gay marriage, why not incest?

Sep 12, 2012 by

By Ben Johnson, LifeSite News Defenders of marriage have long said if the institution is redefined beyond one man and one woman, there is no clear end to the new combinations that could be considered “marriage.” A growing body of evidence shows the popular culture, led by Hollywood elites, do not intend to stop with same-sex unions. Nick Cassavetes, the director of the romantic film The Notebook, told reporters at the debut of his new film that incest is no different than allowing...

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The state does have the right to interfere in the bedroom

Apr 14, 2012 by

By Alexander Lucie-Smith, courtesy of Cranmer You might have missed this little snippet of news which concerns the European Court of Human Rights. The Court has upheld the German law that makes incest illegal. The plaintiff, one Patrick Stuebing, had claimed that the law against incest infringed his rights to a family life. He had been living with his sister, by whom he had had four children, and in fact been imprisoned for incest. The case is a sad one, in that Patrick and his sister had only...

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