Saturday, August 29, 2015


Proverbs 5:3-5-"For the lips of a strange woman drop as an honeycomb, and her mouth is smoother than oil: But her end is bitter as wormwood, sharp as a two edged sword. Her feet go down to death; her steps take hold on hell."
Proverbs 6:25-27-" Lust not after her beauty in thine heart; neither let her take thee with her eyelids. For by means of a whorish woman a man is brought to a piece of bread: and the adulteress will hunt for the precious life. Can a man take fire in his bosom, and his clothes not be burned?"

EXCERPT: In a bombshell world-exclusive interview with In Touch magazine, stripper and porn star Danica Dillon, 28, reveals she had sex not once, but on two separate occasions, with Josh Duggar, both occurring when his wife, Anna, was pregnant with their fourth child!

Danica — who passed a polygraph test conducted for In Touch by a top certified polygrapher on Aug. 24 — details her two sexual encounters with Josh in the new issue of +In Touch+, on newsstands now. The first occurred after Josh approached her at the Gold Club in Philadelphia, where she was performing, in mid-March and the second only a month later when Danica was performing at Creekside Cabaret in Colmar, Pa.
“He was manhandling me, basically tossing me around like I was a rag doll,” Danica, whose real name is Ashley Lewis, and although the sex was consensual, “It was very traumatic. I’ve had rough sex before, but this was terrifying.”

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Reality show star Josh Duggar of the former hit TLC television show “19 Kids and Counting” has checked into a long-term treatment center following his admission to a pornography addiction and adultery in light of the massive data dump of the spouse-cheating website Ashley Madison.
Duggar’s family reported the development in a public statement that they released on their website this week.
“We are so thankful for the outpouring of love, care and prayers for our family during this most difficult situation with Josh,” they wrote. “As parents we are so deeply grieved by our son’s decisions and actions. His wrong choices have deeply hurt his precious wife and children and have negatively affected so many others. He has also brought great insult to the values and faith we hold dear.”
“[On Tuesday,] Josh checked himself into a long-term treatment center. For him it will be a long journey toward wholeness and recovery,” the statement continued. “We pray that in this he comes to complete repentance and sincere change. In the meantime, we will be offering our love, care and devoted support to Anna and our grandchildren as she also receives counsel and help for her own heart and future.”
As previously reported, Duggar released a statement last week admitting to a pornography addiction and adultery after the massive Ashley Madison data dump revealed that Duggar had a paid account with the 37-million-user spouse-cheating site.
“I have been the biggest hypocrite ever,” he wrote. “While espousing faith and family values, I have secretly over the last several years been viewing pornography on the internet and this became a secret addiction and I became unfaithful to my wife.”
“I am so ashamed of the double life that I have been living and am grieved for the hurt, pain and disgrace my sin has caused my wife and family, and most of all Jesus and all those who profess faith in Him,” Duggar continued. “I brought hurt and a reproach to my family, close friends and the fans of our show with my actions that happened when I was 14-15 years old, and now I have re-broken their trust.”
TLC pulled “19 Kids and Counting” last month following revelations that Duggar, the eldest son of Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar, inappropriately touched several girls—four of his sisters and a babysitter—at the age of 14 and was required by his parents to obtain help.
Duggar, who confessed to his parents about his actions at that time, later professed to be a Christian and went on to serve as the executive director of FRC Action at the Washington, D.C.-based Family Research Council. He attended rallies and other events where he spoke against society’s moral degradation.
However, in last week’s statement, Duggar admitted that while serving in ministry and rebuking the sins of others, he himself had been living in sin.
“The last few years, while publicly stating I was fighting against immorality in our country, I was hiding my own personal failings,” he wrote. “As I am learning the hard way, we have the freedom to choose to our actions, but we do not get to choose our consequences. I deeply regret all hurt I have caused so many by being such a bad example.”
Duggar resigned from Family Policy Council in May and moved back to Arkansas with his wife and children. His parents continue to request prayer for their son and his family.




Cancer-Stricken ‘Gay Marriage’ Advocate Jimmy Carter Packs Sunday School Class

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PLAINS, Ga. — Unrepentant former president Jimmy Carter, who told reporters last month that Jesus would approve of “gay marriage” and “any love affair,” drew record crowds to his Sunday School class yesterday following reports that cancer from his liver had spread to his brain.
According to reports, over 300 people attended the class at Maranatha Baptist Church in Plains, Georgia, some of whom drove hours to be present and to have their photograph taken with Carter. But because of the overflow with hundreds still waiting, Carter taught two classes instead of one to accommodate the crowds—one of which was held at a nearby high school.
Carter, 90, spoke briefly of his cancer diagnosis, for which he had obtained radiation therapy just days prior. He mentioned that doctors had discovered melanoma on his brain following surgery to remove part of his liver.
“I don’t have any other radiation scheduled, but I have four sessions of a supplemental medicine,” Carter explained.
After a less than a minute talk on the subject, the former president delivered a message on love and relationships.
“Anybody know what eros is?” he asked, referring to the Greek word for sexual expression or physical attraction.
“Nobody in here knows?” he asked after none provided a response.
“Between a man and a woman!” a woman declared.
“It’s okay to mention it in church,” Carter stated, informing those gathered that his relationship with his wife Roslynn “didn’t begin with eros, I might say.”
Carter talked about other types of love as well, such as brotherly love and loving one’s enemies.
“Just being able to admit you might be mistaken and that the other person might be right” can help to improve a relationship, he stated.
Carter also told those gathered that they should look to God in hard times.
“Any time, we can just bow our heads and say, ‘God, I’m really troubled. I ask you to give me the strength to bear whatever is on my shoulders and to bear whatever comes to me,'” he said.
According to reports, Carter normally teaches about 40 people on weeks that he is present. Sunday’s attendance was by far his largest.
As previously reported, in an interview with the Huffington Post last month, Carter asserted that Jesus would approve of same-sex “marriage,” and really, “any love affair.”
“I never have run across any really serious conflicts between my political obligations and my religious faith,” he said in being asked how much his faith was a part of his political career.
“How about gay marriage?” asked interviewer Marc Lamont Hill.
“That’s no problem with me,” Carter replied. “I think everyone should have a right to get married regardless of their sex.”
He said he would draw the line at forcing churches who oppose same-sex nuptials to officiate the ceremonies, but added that “those two partners should be able to go to a local courthouse or another church and get married.”
“Would Jesus approve [of] gay marriage?” Hill asked moments later.
“I believe Jesus would,” Carter replied. “I don’t have any verse in Scripture. I believe Jesus would approve gay marriage, but that’s just my own personal belief. I think Jesus would encourage any love affair if it was honest and sincere and was not damaging to anyone else, and I don’t see that gay marriage damages anyone else.”
Published on Aug 23, 2015
Jimmy Carter always goes home to Plains, Georgia. The tiny town he calls a “haven” was there when he got out of the navy, when he left the governor’s office and when he lost the 1980 presidential election. So after telling the world that melanoma that had spread would force him to “dramatically” reduce his humanitarian work, the Nobel Peace prize winner had only one place to go.
“No matter where we are in the world, we’re always looking forward to getting home to Plains,” he said at a press conference this week in which he detailed his cancer diagnosis.
Within the tiny town, the Baptist church where Carter teaches Sunday School classes and he and wife Rosalynn are deacons has been at the heart of their life since returning to Georgia in 1981. On Sunday morning, Carter will teach his first lesson since detailing the intravenous drug doses and radiation treatment planned to treat melanoma found in his brain after surgery to remove a tumor from his liver.

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Women and their anchor babies march in a 2007 (Marxist) May Day rally, Los Angeles.

Mexican Government Files Brief in Case Demanding Birth Certificates for Anchor Babies

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On August 24, the government of Mexico filed an amicus curiae brief in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas (Austin Division) in support of a lawsuit filed against the Texas Department of State Health Services by a group of illegal aliens represented by several nonprofit civil rights organizations alleging that the state has violated the 14th Amendment’s Equal Protection Clause by rejecting their applications to obtain birth certificates for their U.S.-born children.
The original plaintiffs in the case, Maria Isabel Perales Serna and a group of other aliens who entered the United States illegally, on their own behalf and on behalf of their U.S.-born children, were represented by the Texas Civil Rights Project and Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid, Inc., which filed the suit against the Texas state agency on May 26. In the lawsuit (Maria Isabel Perales Serna et al. v. Texas Department of State Health Services et al.) the plantiffs complained that “scores of women from Mexico and Central America have been denied birth certificates for their Texas born children.” Consequently, says the complaint: “This leaves the child with no birth certificate, and mother and child with no official proof of the parent-child relationship.”
The plaintiffs complained Texas officials reject Matr√≠culas Consular identification cards issued by Mexican consulates to their citizens living abroad as acceptable forms of identification to obtain birth certificates for their Texas-born sons and daughters, based upon the immigration status of the plaintiff parents. They further alleged that the lack of a birth certificate is causing them serious harm. They also contended that the state of Texas’ actions “violate the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment, as well as the Supremacy Clause.”
The argument that the 14th Amendment automatically grants citizenship to babies born in the United States to illegal alien mothers (so-called “anchor babies”), while currently accepted by the Obama administration’s officials, has been disputed by many constitutional scholars. Several presidential candidates, most vocally Donald Trump, have called for an end to birthright citizenship for babies born to mothers who are in the country illegally.
On July 22, Texas Department of State Health Services Commissioner Kirk Cole and State Registrar Geraldine Harris filed a motion asking U.S. District Court Judge Robert Pitman to dismiss the lawsuit, stating: “Under the Eleventh Amendment to the Constitution, the Court lacks jurisdiction over all claims against DSHS.” Quoting the case Tex. Natural Res. Conservation Comm’n v. IT– Davy, Cole and Harris noted: “Under state sovereign immunity, ‘the State and its agencies are generally immune from suit unless the State gives its consent to be sued.’ ”
The motion to dismiss was submitted to the federal court by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and members of his team.
The next chapter in this unfolding story occurred on August 24, when the Mexican government filed its amicus curiae brief. In outlining what its interests in the case are, the brief stated: “Mexico is responsible under international and domestic law to protect its nationals wherever they may be residing.”
The “anchor babies,” whom Mexico and the plaintiffs complain are being denied birth certificates, therefore, are obviously Mexican nationals in whom Mexico has interests and a responsibility to protect.
Yet, further along in the brief, we read the following argument:
Mexico fears the creation in Texas of a vulnerable citizenry: undocumented citizens of the United States. The Texas Department of Vital Statistics refuses to provide birth certificates to U.S. citizen children when their parents are unable to present U.S. government-issued identification, even when those parents present other highly reliable identity documents. In refusing to issue birth certificates to U.S. citizens, the State of Texas harms these individual U.S. citizens in violation of the U.S. Constitution and international law.
Are the babies Mexican nationals, in whom Mexico has an interest, or U.S. citizens? They cannot be both. If they are U.S. citizens, then whether or not Texas issues them birth certificates is between them (or those representing them) and Texas, and is none of the Mexican government’s business. If they are Mexican citizens, on the other hand, then the Mexican government should ask their parents to bring them home to Mexico.
We noted earlier the plantiffs’ complaint that “scores of women from Mexico and Central America have been denied birth certificates for their Texas born children.” Consequently, “This leaves the child with no birth certificate, and mother and child with no official proof of the parent-child relationship.”
In considering if the plaintiffs in Serna v. Texas have a legitimate grievance, it might be interesting to see how the United States handles birth certificates for children born abroad to U.S. citizen parents. A notice on the State Department’s website provides this advice:
A child born abroad to a U.S. citizen parent or parents may acquire U.S. citizenship at birth if certain statutory requirements are met. The child’s parents should contact the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate to apply for a Consular Report of Birth Abroad of a Citizen of the United States of America (CRBA) to document that the child is a U.S. citizen. If the U.S. embassy or consulate determines that the child acquired U.S. citizenship at birth, a consular officer will approve the CRBA application and the Department of State will issue a CRBA, also called a Form FS-240, in the child’s name. According to U.S. law, a CRBA is proof of U.S. citizenship and may be used to obtain a U.S. passport and register for school, among other purposes.
If the Mexican government really wants to help the babies born to its nationals residing illegally in the United States obtain birth certificates and establish proof of parent-child relationships, why doesn’t it follow the same procedure the United States does for its citizens giving birth abroad, and issue a Consular Report of Birth Abroad of a Citizen of Mexico?
This would be much more helpful to everyone concerned than expecting Texas to issue birth certificates based on the Mexican Matr√≠culas Consular identification cards. It would also avoid interference in the internal operations of a sovereign U.S. state.
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Published on Aug 25, 2015
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Trump's Right: Anchor Babies Are Big Business
Published on Aug 21, 2015
Trump's idea is hardly new to politics or Congress. Watchdog groups say up to 400,000 children are born in the United States to illegal immigrants each year. If they are born on U.S. soil, they are entitled to citizenship under an interpretation of the 14th Amendment.

This is where the fuzziness of the anchor baby interpretation comes in. Children of non-citizens who are born here can petition for legal status for their parents when they turn 21, which critics of the law say provides incentive for people to try to cross illegally into the United States in order to give birth.

There is legislation, which has stalled in Congress, that would "close a loophole" in the 14th Amendment, "by clarifying that birthright citizenship is only given to the children of U.S. citizens and legal resident aliens."

Anchor Baby Myths Debunked
Published on Aug 21, 2015
David Knight breaks down how some people are now claiming that anchor babies are a myth, but those people aren't giving you all the facts, then how people misuse the 14th amendment to justify anchor babies.



Maria Silvia Fiengo & Francesca Pardi (the author) after their April 2013 "wedding":

Lesbian Author Receives Blessing From Pope Francis For Her True “Christian” Values

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The hippos, kangaroos and penguins adorning the cover of Piccolo Uovo (Little Egg) give little hint of the political and religious storm the children’s book has caused. While following the adventures of an egg may seem harmless enough, its discovery of different family types – including same sex – has prompted a backlash by conservatives who accuse Italian author Francesca Pardi of promoting a pro-homosexuality gender theory.
In the book, the egg encounters a pair of gay penguins, lesbian rabbits successfully bringing up a family, as well as other family models, including a single parent hippo, a mixed race dog couple, and kangaroos that have adopted polar bear cubs.
The book, however, was met with disapproval by Venice’s new mayor, Luigi Brugnaro, who in June banned Piccolo Uovo and about 50 other titles from schools. The decision led more than 250 Italian authors to demand their own books be removed from the city’s shelves, a move one writer described as a “protest against an appalling gesture of censorship and ignorance”.

The letter, dated 9 July and recently seen by the Guardian, was a response to a parcel of children’s books sent by Pardi to the pontiff in June. The collection from her publisher, Lo Stampatello, including seven or eight books which deal with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues (LGBT), was accompanied by a heartfelt letter from the author describing the attacks she has come under in recent months.
“Many parishes across the country are in this period sullying our name and telling falsehoods about our work which deeply offends us,” she wrote. “We have respect for Catholics … A lot of Catholics give back the same respect, why can’t we have the whole hierarchy of the church behind us?”
Pardi said she had not expected a reply and was surprised to receive the letter at her Milan home. “It’s not that I think that he’s for gay families, because there’s the Catholic doctrine, but we mustn’t think that we don’t have rights,” she said.

The Vatican deems homosexual relationships “intrinsically disordered” and “contrary to natural law”, preaching that gay people must live a life of chastity in order to be good Catholics. While such a doctrine has effectively excluded people in same-sex relationships from the church, Pope Francis has adopted a more welcoming approach during his papacy.
“If someone is gay and he searches for the Lord and has good will, who am I to judge?” he said in 2013. The same year, a gay man in France told his local newspaper he had received a reassuring phone call from the pope – a claim the Vatican denied.
The pope’s more inclusive approach has been countered by those within the Vatican. Cardinal Pietro Parolin, the Vatican’s secretary of state, said Ireland’s decision to legalise gay marriage in May was a “defeat for humanity”.
Despite the pope’s praise of Pardi’s work, a significant shift in the Vatican’s view of gay relationships is unlikely. The pontiff will next month head to the World Meeting of Families, gathering Catholics from across the globe in Philadelphia in the US, but LGBT groups have not been invited to air their views.
Catholics worldwide have started campaigning against the pope’s openness, with more than half a million signing a petition calling on Francis to reaffirm church teachings on gay people and divorcees.
Signatories of the Filial appeal aim to have an impact on the Vatican’s synod on the family in October, when church teachings will be discussed by the world’s leading churchmen. The petition has notably been signed by traditionalist Cardinal Raymond Burke, who was demoted by the pope last year.
Catholicism has a strong influence on Italian society, and Pardi’s letter to the pope also took aim at the country’s “we defend our children” committee, which in June brought hundreds of thousands of people to Rome to protest against gay parenting.
But attitudes in Italy are changing, with recent polls showing the majority of voters are in favour of giving rights to gay couples. Pardi is herself in a same-sex relationship with her business partner, Maria Silvia Fiengo, but the pair had to travel to Spain to be legally married. Granted no legal rights to have a family in Italy, they had their four children in the Netherlands.
Although gay marriage and adoption are off the government agenda, Italy’s prime minister, Matteo Renzi, has pledged to legislate for same-sex unions this year. He has come under growing pressure to fulfil the promise following a decision by the European court of human rights, which ruled that Italy failed to protect same-sex couples.