Monday, January 31, 2011

CNN Anchor Praises Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood Terrorists

Some might think that this should be shocking. It isn't.  Libs have been supporting terrorists and our enemies for a long while but it wasn't until more recently that they felt comfortable openly praising terrorists.  I think all these Commies should be sent on a slow boat to China.

Theodore Roosevelt on the Hyphenated American and Americanism

While searching through the internet I found this quote on Americanism by former president Theodore Roosevelt.  This address was given at a time during World War I when the U.S. was neutral and had not entered the war.  He criticized Americans who had some loyalties to the countries of their ancestors.

In a 1915 speech to the Catholic group the Knights of Columbus. Roosevelt said:
There is no room in this country for hyphenated Americanism... a hyphenated American is not an American at all. This is just as true of the man who puts "native" before the hyphen as of the man who puts German or Irish or English or French before the hyphen. Americanism is a matter of the spirit and of the soul. Our allegiance must be purely to the United States. We must unsparingly condemn any man who holds any other allegiance. But if he is heartily and singly loyal to this Republic, then no matter where he was born, he is just as good an American as any one else.
The one absolutely certain way of bringing this nation to ruin, of preventing all possibility of its continuing to be a nation at all, would be to permit it to become a tangle of squabbling nationalities, an intricate knot of German-Americans, Irish-Americans, English-Americans, French-Americans, Scandinavian-Americans or Italian-Americans, each preserving its separate nationality, each at heart feeling more sympathy with Europeans of that nationality, than with the other citizens of the American Republic. The men who do not become Americans and nothing else are hyphenated Americans; and there ought to be no room for them in this country. The man who calls himself an American citizen and who yet shows by his actions that he is primarily the citizen of a foreign land, plays a thoroughly mischievous part in the life of our body politic. He has no place here; and the sooner he returns to the land to which he feels his real heart-allegiance, the better it will be for every good American. There is no such thing as a hyphenated American who is a good American. The only man who is a good American is the man who is an American and nothing else.
For an American citizen to vote as a German-American, an Irish-American, or an English-American, is to be a traitor to American institutions; and those hyphenated Americans who terrorize American politicians by threats of the foreign vote are engaged in treason to the American Republic. 

H/T Conservapedia 

Sunday, January 30, 2011



Opus #6 is in love with this cute doggie 

Sig94 explains why Obama doesn't pass the stink test

JR says that Congress is considering passing an internet "kill switch" 

Andrew33 posts on Lt. Col. Allen West's first town Hall 

Always On Watch shows us Great moments in liberal history.

Hoping the Blind Will See posted The American Experiment

Barking Spider posts on the fact that the Hawaii Governor has failed to locate Obama's birth certificate.

Bungalow Bill on the how the Republican establishment hates the tea party

Bluegrass Pundit tells us Obamacare may actually leave more people without insurance

Quite Rightly posts Excellent News On Sudan

LL asks True or False? 

Common Cents has posted the list of Obamacare waivers 

Christopher has posted an Abbreviated version of the SOTU.

Conservative Scalawag informs us that John Conyers calls for more Jim Crow

Patrick Archbold posts on the lib media thinking that Exorcism movies are a right wing plot

Tito Edwards shows us the new trailer "There Be Dragons" 

DeanO has posted a Great Political cartoon

The_Kid explains why Gun control is evil and brain-dead

Jamie Jeffords shows us Mila Kunis 

Fuzzy Slippers posts The SOTU in a nutshell 

EHVOGEL shows us that Only Reagan does Reaganesque 

Hack Wilson posts on The State of the "union" 

Innominatus shows us Yet another reason to avoid Portland 

Matt explores the Intent of Obamacare

Just a Conservative Girl says there are No easy answers in Egypt 

 Supi shows us a couple of Great videos 

Rational Nation USA asks Who's the "bubble head" now? 

Left-footer posts on St. Joan of Arc and poses a question for pacifists. 

Lone Star Parson posts on A Retreat.

Robot asks Are you smarter than an elected official? 

Watch Dog asks Have American teachers moved "to the Left" of Obama?  

Obama Cartoons shows us that Egypt is at its tipping point

Eman states that Obama's SOTU is tantamount to plagiarism

Jill posts on Oddballs and the blob  

Randy-g says that we need to Keep a close eye on this Muslim brother 

Matt asks Does Government exist to protect rights or to grant them? 

John Carey shows us Bill Whittle's conservative response to the State of the Union 

Reaganite Republican posts that Obama secretly schemed with Egyptian opposition 

Right Wing Extreme reveals the Horrors of global warming propaganda

Euripedes posted Andrew Klavan: highway to hell, leftist remix edition 

STOP MARXISM posted It is time to cut up the national credit card 

Maggie highlights Egyptian women in her rule 5 posting 

Father Dwight Longenecker posts on Superstition and the supernatural 

Cube posts on the 25th Anniversary of the Challenger tragedy 

The Conservative Lady informs us that Sen. Jim DeMint has introduced legislation to repeal Obamacare 

Samuel Gonzalez posted Tourists besiege Cairo Egypt airport 

Kevin has posted on his New passion for energy psychology - EFT 

The Watcher has a Question on the moral decline of America 

The Right Guy posts A hero of the left: a monster to the rest of us 

TOTUS posts Friend or foe, dictatorship or democracy 

Trestin posts on Frank and Dodd 10 

Bob Belvedere posts Egypt: The dark side of the loons 

LD Jackson posts on Harry's Law and the liberal agenda 

Woman Honor Thyself posts Se-x Defines us

Woodsterman posts It must be beer thirty ...

Proof posts that the TSA has put an end to the private screening program

Chris W posts that Arizona is taking on birthright citizenship 

Amusing Bunni invites you to her Comedy club 

The Other McCain posts Herman Caine attends Koch brothers meeting, causes left-wing freak out 

Pamela Geller posts on Obama's Carter moment 

KingShamus shows us that Robert Redford is a hypocrite 

Via Instapundit Andrew Romano of The Daily Beast posts Palin kills it in gun country 

Friday, January 28, 2011

UPDATED: Egyptian Protests, Violence Timeline and Links

UPDATED:  Egypt cabinet has formally resigned

                     Is Egypt Mideast's Poland? 

From Amb. John Bolton: Is Democracy coming to Egypt at last? 

                  Is the Muslim Brotherhood positioned to take over? 
                 Egypt: Live streaming video of unrest in Egypt at Reaganite Republican 

            A CNN photographer had her 'Camera Smashed'

                Egyptians demand a better life

Instapundit points out that Egypt protests show George W. Bush was right about freedom in the Middle East

Dr. Michael Youssef who was born in Egypt will appear on several CNN programs between 5pm and 10pm tonight.

Now, I don't know who is in the right or wrong - the Egyptian government or the Egyptians - but I do hope that this violence stops.  It may be a combination of both.  I do know that there has been Christian persecution and Christians have also been targets of violence more prevalently in recent times in Egypt.  Unfortunately, these violent protests could cause a spike in our oil prices.  I am really hoping and praying that this violence stops soon.  Mubarak does seem like a tyrant since he has ordered ElBaradei to be under house arrest.

Here is the updated timeline from CNN:
Updated 6:15 p.m. (0115 in Egypt)] President Mubarak's announcement that he was going to dissolve the government Saturday did not sit well with some protesters.
"Mubarak just blamed the government. We will continue our demonstrations until we get our full demands. We want him to leave. His time is over," said Ahmed, a 19-year-old law student demonstrator in Central Alexandria's Raml Square.
"We are one of the richest Arab countries and we want to live. Let a new government form but if we don't get what we ask for, we will go back to the streets again and again," said Mohammed, a 20- year-old student.
[Updated 5:45 p.m. (0045 in Egypt)] Protesters in the streets of Cairo are calling for Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to leave, chanting in unison "we don't want him." The people in the streets represent all walks of life, from young people to families with children, CNN's Frederik Pleitgen reports.
[Updated 5:31 p.m. (0031 in Egypt)] Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak says he has asked the government to resign so he can appoint a new government Saturday. He gave no indication that he would step down or leave the country.
[Updated 5:27 p.m. (0027 in Egypt)] President Hosni Mubarak said he is "on the side of the people" and vowed to take steps to guarantee the rights and freedom of Egyptians, develop job opportunities and to "stand by the poor."
He said early Saturday he sees a fine line "between freedom and chaos" and that he would work to secure both freedom and security in Egypt.
"I assure you that I'm working for the people and giving freedom... as long as you're respecting the law," he said.
"I am absolutely on the side of the freedom of each citizen and at the same time I am on the side of the security of Egypt, and I would not let anything dangerous happen that would threaten the peace and the law and the future of the country."
[Updated 5:16 p.m. (0016 in Egypt)] President Hosni Mubarak is expected to speak soon, state-run Nile TV reports. Mubarak has not made any public appearances today.
[Updated 5:09 p.m. (0009 in Egypt)] It's just after midnight in Egypt and people are still milling about the streets in defiance of a government curfew, but activity has calmed, CNN's Frederik Pleitgen reports. Riot police appear to have withdrawn from the streets of Cairo and Alexandria after several hours of confrontation with protesters, and in their place the Egyptian Army has taken up presence, guarding government buildings.
State-run media reports that an "important statement" will be given later Friday in Egypt.
[Updated 4:58 p.m. (2358 in Egypt)] Thirteen people have died and 75 were injured in Suez, Egypt, Nile TV reported Friday, citing medical sources.
[Updated 4:51 p.m. (2351 in Egypt)] U.S. stocks plunged Friday - with the Dow industrial average falling 166 points, its largest loss since November, and the Nasdaq exchange losing 3% of its value - as investors grew nervous about political unrest in Egypt.
[Updated 4:35 p.m. (2335 in Egypt)] As public protests against the Mubarak regime spread from Cairo to New York City, Egyptian-American activists on Friday called on the Obama adminstration to back the "Lotus Revolution" to oust the authoritarian ruler. They also called on President Hosni Mubarak's government to end its purported practices of detentions, torture and "extrajudicial killings."
[Updated 4:00 p.m. (2300 in Egypt)] An iReporter visiting Egypt shot this videofrom his hotel room of demonstrators swarming three Army vehicles as they drove down the street.
[Updated 3:52 p.m. (2252 in Egypt)] The United States will review its aid to Egypt based on what is happening there now, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs said Friday.
[Updated 3:31 p.m. (2231 in Egypt)] Egyptian military officials have cut short their talks at the Pentagon to head back to northern Africa, according to Gen. James Cartwright, vice chairman of the U.S. joint chiefs of staff. Their meetings with their U.S. military counterparts had been scheduled to continue through Wednesday.
[Updated 3:20 p.m. (2222 in Egypt)] The White House has been in touch with the Egyptian government but U.S. President Barack Obama has not spoken with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, White House spokesman Robert Gibbs said in a briefing.
"We are deeply concerned about the images and events we see in Egypt today. We monitor those events closely; the security personnel need to refrain from violence, protesters should refrain from violence," he said.
"The legitimate grievances that have festered for quite some time in Egypt have to be addressed by the Egyptian government immediately, and violence is not the response. Space has to be created for meaningful dialogue that addresses those very legitimate grievances."
[Updated 2:56 p.m. (2156 in Egypt)] The building housing the offices of the National Democratic Party, Egypt's ruling party, was burned and ransacked by demonstrators in Cairo on Friday, Nile TV is reporting. A CNN source saw the building burning.
[Updated 2:52 p.m. (2152 in Egypt)] CNN's Steve Kastenbaum spoke with a former U.S. ambassador to Morocco and a Mideast adviser to several presidential administrations about the conditions that led to these demonstrations and where they might spread. 
[Updated 2:41 p.m. (2141 in Egypt)] A reporter for the BBC was bloodied but returned to the air, bandage in place. 
[Updated 2:25 p.m. (2125 in Egypt)] Delta Airlines tells CNN it will have a flight departing Cairo on Saturday and then suspend service to the Egyptian capital indefinitely as a result of the civil unrest.
[Updated 2:21 p.m. (2121 in Egypt)] Alexis Madrigal, a senior editor at The Atlantic, published late Thursday what is purported to be a guide to Egyptians on how to protest on Friday. The pamphlet includes strategies for taking over government buildings and diagrams showing how to fend off riot police. Read Madrigal's report and see how the pamphlet looks here. a
[Updated 2:03 p.m. (2103 in Egypt)] The U.S. State Department has issued a travel alert regarding the unrest in Egypt. It cites disrupted travel between cities and the government's interruption of internet and cell phone service. "Given this situation, the Department of State urges U.S. citizens to defer non-essential travel to Egypt at this time and advises U.S. citizens currently in Egypt to defer non-essential movement and to exercise caution," the alert states.
[Updated 1:39 p.m. (2039 in Egypt)] Several high-ranking Egyptian military officials were in the Pentagon on Friday for a previously scheduled visit, CNN's Chris Lawrence reports. They're attending the annual U.S.-Egypt Military Cooperation Committee meetings to discuss military training, security assistance and defense industrial cooperation.
[Updated 1:33 p.m. (2033 in Egypt)] A pair of CNN iReporters sent impressive video of demonstrators forcing riot police to retreat across the Kasr Al Nile Bridge. 
[Updated 1:25 p.m. (2025 in Egypt)] The Egyptian government has ordered cell phone companies to shut down service in selected areas, Vodafone says, adding that it is obliged by law to comply with the order.
[Updated 1:19 p.m. (2047 in Egypt)] Demonstrators in Cairo surrounded a military vehicle, but they were cheering the army, a respected institution in Egypt.

Weasel Zippers reports that Mubarak asks cabinet to resign
Maggie's Notebook posted Mohamed Elbaradei under Cairo arrest
American Perspective posted that Egyptians were hosed down during prayers
TOTUS posted on Chaos in Egypt 
Nonsensible Shoes posted Dictator watch: Egypt on the brink
Virtual Mirage posted Crisis in Egypt & Social Media 
Gateway Pundit has updated that the President of Egypt says "I Will Not Allow Escalating Violence" 
If you know of anymore links please let me know and I will post them. 

Thursday, January 27, 2011

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Would There Be Outcry by the School if...?

Last week surprisingly in San Francisco of all places it was revealed that there were two separate cases of sexual incidents occurred between second graders.  In the first case several students took off their clothes and were naked in the classroom, and during the other a boy and a girl reportedly engaged in oral sex in front of their classmates.  There was a teacher who was present and watched both incidents. This is extremely disturbing! Thank goodness that the elementary school has suspended this teacher indefinitely.  But, would this teacher have been reprimanded if the gender makeup of the two kids was different?

If the two children were either two males or two females would the elementary school be condemning the sexual acts that occurred in the classroom or would this be considered "experimentation" or "testing the waters" of homosexuality?  Would this have been considered acceptable by the community and educational system?   If the school had condemned the sexual conduct of either two male or two female students would it be considered homophobic?  Our society has made our kids into "little adults"  taking away their innocent nature, their innocent childhood.  Instead, our society has been indoctrinating our children with sex, sex, sex, and homosexuality at younger ages year after year.  Would the "playing" or experimentation of sex acts between two male or female students be considered a form B. F. Skinner's operant conditioning, desensitizing them to homosexuality, molding or indoctrinating the children to think that homosexuality and homosexual acts are acceptable?

You might ask why I would suggest that had these sex acts occurred between students of the same gender they would have been considered acceptable or even encouraged?  Well, our 'safe schools" Czar, Kevin Jennings, is openly homosexual and the founder of GLSEN (Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network) which maintains a recommended reading list for students.  Kevin Jennings, through GLSEN, is recommending XXX-rating sex writings for children as young as preschoolers.

"According to GLSEN’s own press releases from the period during which its recommended reading list was developed, the organization’s three areas of focus were creating “educational resources, public policy agenda, [and] student organizing programs”; in other words, the reading list (chief among its “educational resources”) was of prime importance in GLSEN’s efforts to influence the American educational system."

Matt of Conservative Hideout has previously posted on Kevin Jennings, President Obama's "Safe Schools Czar".   Here is GLSEN's mission statement is:

The Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network strives to assure that each member of every school community is valued and respected regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity/expression.
We believe that such an atmosphere engenders a positive sense of self, which is the basis of educational achievement and personal growth. Since homophobia and heterosexism undermine a healthy school climate, we work to educate teachers, students and the public at large about the damaging effects these forces have on youth and adults alike. We recognize that forces such as racism and sexism have similarly adverse impacts on communities and we support schools in seeking to redress all such inequities.
GLSEN seeks to develop school climates where difference is valued for the positive contribution it makes in creating a more vibrant and diverse community. We welcome as members any and all individuals, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity/expression or occupation, who are committed to seeing this philosophy realized in K-12 schools.

 This statement seems harmless enough, right?  Ending discrimination is good, right? But then again..... There is far more to this story.....

A big hat tip goes out to Gateway Pundit for all the pictures and important information on this extremely disturbing indoctrination of our youth. 

The list is divided into three main categories: books recommended for grades K-6; books recommended for grades 7-12; and books for teachers. (The books on the list span all genres: fiction, nonfiction, memoirs, even poetry.)

Warning: the following material is explicit. 

Reflections of a Rock Lobster – Page 13
(At the age of six, the author frequently performed fellatio on his fellow first-graders in the school restroom, part of a “busy homosexual childhood.”)

My sexual exploits with my neighborhood playmates continued. I lived a busy homosexual childhood, somehow managing to avoid venereal disease through all my toddler years. By first grade I was sexually active with many friends. In fact, a small group of us regularly met in the grammar school lavatory to perform fellatio on one another. A typical week’s schedule would be Aaron and Michael on Monday during lunch; Michael and Johnny on Tuesday after school; Fred and Timmy at noon Wednesday; Aaron and Timmy after school on Thursday. None of us ever got caught, but we never worried about it anyway. We all understood that what we were doing was not to be discussed freely with adults but we viewed it as a fun sort of confidential activity. None of us had any guilty feelings about it; we figured everyone did it. Why shouldn’t they?

Revolutionary Voices – Page 103

(An illustration about the change from “boy to man,” showing two Boy Scouts pointing at and looking at two adult men engaging in anal sex.)

Revolutionary Voices – Pages 171, 172 + 176
(An interview with a “sex worker” who praises prostitution as a way to raise one’s self-esteem and have empowering sexual experiences.)

Queer 13 – Pages 43, 44 + 45

(A 13-year-old boy has a violent sexual encounter with an older man, which causes the boy to become desperate for sex, and he ends up spending the rest of the year promiscuously getting “my cock sucked and my ass fucked” by “a seemingly endless supply of dicks” belonging to older men, concluding with “I really did enjoy those sexual encounters.”)

One day, on the bus to shop class, this ugly fuck of a man sat behind me and put his foot in the crack of my seat. He was skinny, with a patchy, pencil-thin mustache that besotted his oily face. I ignored him for most of the trip. I did notice that he changed buses when I did, but this time he sat beside me. He tried a little small talk, but then he suddenly and very nervously put his hand on my crotch. It never occurred to me to tell him not to. I’m not sure if I agreed to it or not, but he managed to get me to follow him to a nearby rest room at another secondary school “to play.” In the bathroom stall, lit by two scant rows of fluorescent lights, half of them burnt-out or flickering, he tried to kiss me, but I was too nauseated to do that. He sucked my nipples and played with my cock. I had no idea what to do. He then tried to get me to suck his. Somehow I knew this was expected of me, but I just could not put his ugly, foul-smelling penis into my mouth. When he forced it in I gagged so hard I started vomiting. Undaunted, he tried to put his cock in my ass. Thankfully, he came prematurely. He pulled up his trousers and left me in the toilet stall confused, frightened, crying, and praying to God for forgiveness of my horrible sin. I spent a good deal of time locked in the stall, trying to clean up, trying to wipe the smell of that act off with wet toilet paper, but I was doused in the stench of that man and what he had done.
This incident should have soured me on men, but it only made me more confused and needful. One day later, something accidental happened that would change my life. I discovered that at a urinal I could actually see someone else’s penis. I was ecstatic and fearful, but I wanted more. One day, at a local shopping mall, as I was trying to sneak a peek at penises in the rest rooms, a man at the urinal actually turned to me and started playing with himself. He flashed me a gold-toothed smirk and motioned for me to come over. Shocked, I zippered up and ran out, but the seeds had been laid. The whole world of rest-room sex had opened itself up to me.
Soon I was spending a great deal of time hanging out in shopping malls and cruising the rest rooms for sexual encounters. My rest-room exploits started to be a great burden on my mind. The better part of the year was spent making deals with God, asking for a sign, then ignoring and rationalizing everything I perceived to be a sign, praying for forgiveness, and being obsessed with raging hormones and a seemingly endless supply of dicks. I believed that it was all part of a test by God to see if I was a sinner. I was.
I had known before that something was up, and that I was attracted to men, but this toilet thing was a whole new realm of sin and Satan, a new level that I had never before imagined. The following years were spent praying for forgiveness and trying to purge my homosexuality through prayer and Bible study. While my classmates wondered what sex was like, content to masturbate over pinups, I was out there having my cock sucked and my ass fucked. These were grown men I was tricking with. Some were nice, grateful for a young boy to have their way with. Some were harsh and mean. There were a few nasty encounters, brutal and painful experiences, near-rapes, but through it all, I never thought that I had the ability to say no.
I was scared about what I was doing, scared of God’s judgment and of being caught in all those rest rooms and parks, but I really did enjoy those sexual encounters. That feeling of doing it to them and them doing the same for me was just too damn good.

Passages of Pride – Pages 33, 34 + 35

(A 15-year-old boy embarks on an intense sexual relationship with a much older adult man.)

Near the end of summer, just before starting his sophomore year in high school, Dan picked up a weekly Twin Cities newspaper. Scanning the classifieds, he came upon an ad for a “Man-2-Man” massage. Home alone one day, he called the telephone number listed in the ad and set up an appointment to meet a man named Tom. Tom offered to drive to Zimmerman. So, over the phone, Dan directed him to a secluded road in his subdivision. “Stop where the pavement ends,” Dan told him.
A couple of nights later, Dan pulled the broken screen from his bedroom window and slipped out of the house while his parents slept. He hurried to the prearranged rendezvous spot, and there, in the dark of night, he met Tom for the first time, man-to-man. In the back of Tom’s van, the two had sex.
“He gave me a little shoulder rub and the next thing I knew his hands were all over me,” Dan remembers. “It wasn’t a bad thing. I didn’t necessarily know it would turn into sex. But I knew what I was doing.”
Dan continued his liaisons with Tom throughout the summer and into the following school year, having sex—usually masturbation and oral sex—with Tom in his van or his Minneapolis apartment.
. . .
Even though Tom was older, almost twice Dan’s age, Dan felt unthreatened by him. Dan admits Tom was a “troll” in every sense of the word—an older closeted gay man seeking sex with a man much younger. But Dan says he was not intimidated by the discrepancy in their ages. “He kind of had me in a corner in that he knew I didn’t have access to anything I wanted.” says Dan. “But everything was consensual.”
. . .
“He wasn’t exactly a friend,” Dan says of his relationship with Tom. “He wasn’t exactly a lover. He wasn’t exactly a role model. He wasn’t exactly anything. What I got out of it was sex, and someone who made me feel nice for once. Sex was a totally different way to feel good. It was a very easy way to get away from the pain. I was young. He brought me down to the city, where I wanted to be. And I was very young.”

Reflections of a Rock Lobster – Pages 25 + 26
(Two twelve-year-old boys turn up the volume on a Christian song to drown out the noises of them having sex.)
I began sleeping over at Bob’s house again during seventh grade. His mother thought we enjoyed a perfectly platonic relationship in his room upstairs playing games and listening to Jim Nabors records – the only ones she allowed Bob to hear.
Little did she know that every night I slept over we would turn the record player loud and have sex to the beat of “Lord, You Gave Me a Mountain.”

Growing Up Gay/Growing Up Lesbian – Pages 93, 97, 98, 99 + 100
(A gay priest recalls a life-changing incident at the age of ten, when he “felt my penis begin to harden” after meeting a new friend, after which the author “touched the flesh of his cock.”)

One summer when I was about ten, my mother and I spent several weeks at a big resort hotel in the Adirondack Mountains in northern New York State. . . .
. . .
Strange how all foreboding vanished when I first caught sight of Jamie checking into the hotel with his mother and father. The desire I felt for him was sudden and electric. . . .
. . .
As we changed in the dressing room by the swimming pool, I glanced very quickly to find out what his genitals looked like, but his back was turned to me as he slipped on his trunks. Still I knew I’d find out, somehow. . . .
. . .
I remember the fright I felt when there was no more to take off but my underpants, the strange sense of relief when I stood naked by the shadowed pool, the throat-tightening excitement of seeing Jamie’s slight lithe body, as naked as mine.
We tucked our clothes under the embankment. Then, with a whoop, Jamie dived into the pool. I stood on the pool’s edge, watched Jamie’s body squirming beneath the water’s surface, and felt my penis begin to harden.
Jamie broke the surface with a splash and looked at me. A quick grin crossed his face. “Dive in! It’s great!”
I glanced down and saw that my cock was fully erected.
. . .
“C’mon, we’ll wrestle. that’ll warm you up.” He grabbed me around the neck and pushed me back on the sand. The warmth of his body sent chills through mine. I struggled (although not very convincingly, I’m afraid) against his grip and we rolled on the sand and I finally pinioned him on his back, astride him, my hands holding his arms.
He looked up at me. “Uncle,” he whispered.
I released his arms. They glided around my neck, pulling my head down to his. I stretched full length on top of him, our heads touching. Our heavy breathing from the struggle gradually subsided. I felt my penis grow hard against his body, and, pressed against mine, I felt his grow hard too. I raised my head and looked at his face. He was looking at me. After a long moment I lowered my head till our lips touched. And held.
Then I moved over on my side next to him, and my hand reached down, slowly, until I touched the flesh of his cock. It stiffened still more and Jamie’s hips stirred. I felt a wonder. I had caused this to happen to someone else. Someone else felt as I did. I wasn’t alone. There was Jamie. And now we had our secret.
We shared the wonder of that secret, touching, exploring, responding, till we heard voices—adult voices—calling our names.

(Beginning at the age of five, a young child has sexual encounters with his playmates.)
Throughout his childhood, from age five on, Derek would sneak off with a friend into someone’s basement or the woods along the back alley, where they would take off their pants and play with each other, usually fondling each other’s genitals. It became habitual.
“At that time, I didn’t quite have a name for it,” says Derek. “It was something that I liked doing, that felt good, that I wanted to do as often as I could. The other kids always recognized it as being something bad and dirty. And all I wanted to know was, When can we do it again?”

That is only a partial list of books that Kevin Jennings, the "Safe Schools Czar", and GLSEN deems appropriate for children. 

This list of books is shocking, disturbing, and clearly NOT appropriate for children to view.  

 Kevin Jennings title needs to be renamed the  "Unsafe Schools Czar" 

This evidence of homosexual indoctrination of our children reveals that homosexual activists pose a huge danger to our children both physically and psychologically. With that said, I am not saying that all homosexuals are dangerous or pose a danger to our kids.