Maine Court Embraces Transgender Confusion

Nicole Maines can use the girls’ bathroom, according to a ruling issued Thursday by the Maine Supreme Judicial Court. Why did the state’s Supreme Court get involved, and why was this an issue in the first place? Because Nicole Maines is a boy who wants to be a girl, or as the PC police say, a transgender female. The incident that sparked a lawsuit and courtroom battle occurred when Nicole, now 16, was in fifth grade and a parent understandably complained that a boywas going into the girls’ Read more […]

Boy Scouts Vote to Compromise Their Values

Growing up in the 1950s and 60s, Boy Scouts was an important part of my family’s life.  My dad served as a troop leader and a scouting commissioner.  Dad was very athletic and taught canoeing, swimming, life guarding, rope climbing, knot tying and first aid among other things.  One of the things that dad always stressed was to lead an honest and moral life and believe in God, Jesus and the Bible.  He was always popular and well-liked by the scouts, their parents and other leaders. My mom Read more […]

Gay Marriage Decision the Court Should Make

There’s a lot of rhetoric flying around due to the Supreme Court’s impending decision on gay “marriage.” One of the most annoying buzz phrases being bandied about is “marriage equality.” The political fight for gay “marriage” is about anything but equality. For the argument to be about equality, first someone would have to be getting something that you’re not. Despite gay activists’ abuse of the language, that’s not the case with gay “marriage.” First, they have the exact same rights to Read more […]

Children of Homosexual Couples 35% More Likely to Fail in School

Ever since homosexuals began coming out of the closets in numbers, sociologists and psychologists have done everything they can to help justify and normalize the sinful lifestyle.  Their numerous studies would have you believe that defying God’s covenant of marriage is somehow acceptable. Evidently one such sociologist is Stanford University’s Michael J. Rosenfeld.  In 2009, he published his study titled Nontraditional Families and Childhood Progress through School.  His abstract for the Read more […]

Court Rules that School’s Diversity Interests Trump the First Amendment Rights of Administrator

In 2008, Crystal Dixon wrote a letter to her local newspaper expressing her Christian views on the subject of homosexuality.  An article appeared in the Toledo Free Press that compared the struggles of the homosexual community to those of the civil rights issues faced by blacks.  Dixon, who is black and a Christian disagreed and submitted a letter of rebuttal stating in part: “I respectfully submit a different perspective for [the author of the original op-ed] and Toledo Free Press readers to Read more […]