July 5, 2013 Radio Commentary

“It’s Elementary, Talking about Gay Issues in School”

Radio Commentary, 90.7, 91.7 New Life FM, July 5, 2013 – By Sue Ella Deadwyler

After viewing a video entitled, “It’s Elementary, Talking about Gay Issues in School,” a parent said, “It was Sunday School in Reverse,” and she was absolutely right.  If you saw it, you’d say that, too, because that video shows children in both private and public schools being skillfully led to accept and affirm various sexual orientations.

“It’s Elementary,” which was aired in 1999 by Georgia Public Television, has been used in public and private schools, as well as teacher training, for the sole purpose of promoting homosexuality to children in school.  It ignores the law, students’ religious training and home-taught morality, while never explaining the possible negative impact students and their families might face.

In the video, a fourth grade teacher in New York’s Public School 87 explains to her class that there is no right or wrong side in the homosexual discussion.  In another class, a third grader is shown reading to classmates her contest-winning poem about celebrating Mother’s Day with her two moms, who sat in the class wearing pink triangle pins, a symbol of homosexuality.  Continue reading

June 28 , 2013 Radio Commentary

June’s 30-Day Focus

Radio Commentary, 90.7, 91.7 New Life FM, June 28, 2013 – By Sue Ella Deadwyler

Good morning, Jim. June has been the traditional month for brides, but for years, it has been used to promote alternate lifestyles instead of traditional family life. Several recent presidential executive orders have declared June to be LGBT month and the executive branch, also, declared that foreign aid would go ONLY to countries that openly promote alternate lifestyles. In a stunningly inappropriate speech a year before she resigned, the last secretary of state announced, “It’s okay to be gay!”

Highly influential non-government organizations, including the National Education Association (NEA), have strategized for decades to change U.S. sexual culture from Christian values to humanistic situation ethics. That strategy is meant to pull captive-audience students AWAY from their up-bringing and INTO the acceptance and affirmation of LGBT lifestyles.

Indoctrination programs include the annual day of silence that promotes and affirms alternate lifestyles in schools. The day of silence started 17 years ago in the University of Virginia, but educators soon began pushing it K – 12. As early as 2008, the Gay, Lesbian Straight Education Network claimed 7,500 students observed a day of silence in April. In contrast, Georgia law authorizes only one minute for silent meditation per school day. Continue reading

June 13, 2013 Newsletter

How did June become LGBT Month?
1999 Video: “It’s Elementary, Talking about Gay Issues in School”

 “It was Sunday School in Reverse!”

 14 Years to Indoctrinate a Generation: In 1999 Georgia Public Television aired a video for schools and teachers to use for the sole purpose of promoting alternate lifestyles. Filmed in actual elementary and middle school classes (public and private), it skillfully illustrates the reprogramming of children to accept alternate lifestyles. The film “It’s Elementary, Talking about Gay Issues in School” would be better titled, Promoting Gay Issues in School.

While ignoring the pupils’ religious training, their home-taught morality and the illegality of homosexuality, “It’s Elementary” demonstrates ways children can be manipulated into accepting variant lifestyles, but never mentions the possible hazards or complications.

Clips from the Video: In New York’s Public School 87, the fourth grade teacher explained to her class that there is no right or wrong side in the homosexual discussion. In another class, a third grader read her contest-winning poem about celebrating Mother’s Day with her two moms, who sat in the class wearing pink triangle pins, a symbol of homosexuality.

Peabody Elementary Public School in Cambridge, Massachusetts displayed an exhibit of pictures called, “Love Makes a Family: Living in Lesbian and Gay Families.” Entire classes were led to the exhibit, where they stopped to study the pictures and hear their teachers read aloud the captions under each one. The promotional flyer explained that “LOVE MAKES A FAMILY” is a photograph-text exhibit of twenty diverse families with lesbian or gay members designed to celebrate family diversity and bring more visibility to gay and lesbian people.

Eighth grade teachers in San Francisco’s Luther Burbank Middle School turned social studies and science classes over to a lesbian and a male homosexual who discussed their homosexuality and answered questions about their lifestyles. The 24-year-old lesbian said she was 19 when she “came out” and the male, whose father is a Pentecostal preacher, said he came out at 17.

The lesbian explained that a student who heard her speak previously said, “I thought gay people were all evil, but now I know they’re just like me.” After that discussion, students were asked whether their thinking had changed. To that, one student said, “They look straight.” Another said he had learned that “Not all gay people are looking for sexual experiences.”

Gay Pride Day at Cambridge Friends School was shown in the video. Cambridge, a Quaker School in Cambridge, Massachusetts, celebrated its 4th annual gay pride day with students and teachers wearing pink triangle pins to show their support for alternate lifestyles.

What caused this culture change? Humanism’s doctrine that man is god has become popular and situation ethics became the basis for public education. Standards of right and wrong are being scuttled and natural law is ignored. With that rejection of Christianity, “every man does that which is right in his own eyes.” Result: God-less confusion!

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April 13, 2013 Newsletter- On the Horizon, New State Laws

Voters Lose Control of Sunday Sale of Beer & Wine …
Unless the Governor Vetoes H.B. 124

The introductory paragraph of Representative Harrell’s H.B. 124 explains how retail sales of distilled spirits and other alcoholic beverages are, currently, governed and will be governed in the future. H.B. 124 secures the right of malt beverage businesses to sell on Sundays by removing the right of future voters to EVER prohibit Sunday retail package sales of malt beverages and wine. Malt beverages are made from barley or other grain that’s soaked and softened in water until it sprouts. Then, it’s kiln-dried, brewed and distilled into beer and ale.

H.B. 124, actually, nullifies future election results in which the majority of voters disapprove of Sunday retail package sales of malt beverages and wine. However, it DOES authorize future voters to STOP Sunday retail sales of distilled spirits, i.e. liquor (alcoholic drinks made by distillation), rum (made from fermented sugar cane or molasses) and whiskey (strong alcoholic liquor distilled from fermented mash of grain, especially rye, wheat, corn or barley). Both provisions are included in H.B. 124, which passed March 4th.

H.B. 124, plainly, states: If more than one-half of the votes cast on the question are for disapproval of Sunday package sales by retailers of malt beverages, wine, and distilled spirits on Sundays between the hours of 12:30 P.M. and 11:30 P.M., such rejection shall not nullify the prior election results for approval of Sunday package sales by retailers of malt beverages and wine on Sundays between the hours of 12:30 P.M. and 11:30 P.M. pursuant to subsection (p) of this Code section.” (Page 2, lines 40 – 44)

H.B. 124 expands the definition of “retailer” or “retail dealer” to include a business that, primarily, sells distilled spirits and unbroken packages of malt beverages and wine, not for consumption on the premises, and whose retail sale of such is at least 75 percent of its total annual gross sales. (Page 3, lines 64 – 66)

Unless the governor vetoes H.B. 124, these things will happen: (1) Sunday retail package sales of malt beverages and wine will continue, regardless of the outcome of future referenda. (2) Sunday retail package sales of malt beverages and wine are permanent, UNLESS future legislators amend this law and return power to voters. (3) Sunday sales of hard liquor and whiskey will be the only alcoholic beverage sales voters may prohibit.

Although it’s obvious the bill protects beer, ale and wine businesses at the expense of community values, some retailers have been reluctant to open their business on Sunday for a very good reason – it’s not worth the trouble! They’ve learned that Sunday customers are those that formerly bought alcoholic beverages Monday through Saturday, but now wait until Sunday to spend the same amount of money. So, opening on Sunday ADDS to the retailers’ cost of doing business with no increased profit!

If H.B. 124 is not vetoed, it automatically becomes law July 1st.

ACTION – Before May 7th, call 404 656-1776 and ask Governor Deal to VETO H.B. 124.

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