Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Planned Parenthood Tells Parents They Should Give Babies Sense of Sexuality from Birth


A program touted as “a bold, nationwide, social change effort” is being launched by Planned Parenthood to alter family dialogue about sexuality and encourage parents to ease their children’s transition into a sexually active lifestyle.

Entitled “Real Life. Real Talk,” the program was first used in Connecticut, New York, Maine, and Arizona between 2004 and 2008, and its nationwide distribution is now being funded by groups that include the Ford Foundation.

The stated goal of the program is “to positively change the social climate in communities” with “more open, honest, and balanced talk” about sex; it targets parents and guardians of children as young as 8 years old.

“A more positive social climate will, over time, help to ensure that people — particularly young people — have adequate information and services to enable them to make healthy sexual choices,” states Planned Parenthood, noting that “getting people to talk openly ... about ... sensitive or stigmatized” issues is always “a critical step in making social change happen.”

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WTPOTR meets with WI Secretary of State Doug La Follette

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Caught On Tape: SEIU Alum Organizing to Collapse U.S. Economy

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After Wisconsin, Unions Tie Cause to Civil Rights

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Monday, March 21, 2011

Pervert School Administator

The New Holstein school administrator charged with soliciting a child for sex left the Madison Metropolitan School District in 2005 after being caught viewing pornography on his work computer, a source with knowledge of the situation confirmed Wednesday.

Christopher J. Nelson, administrator of the New Holstein School District, worked in Madison for five years and left citing health reasons and disagreements with administrative proposals to eliminate athletic positions, according to a 2005 report in the Wisconsin State Journal. But the source said the discovery of pornography on Nelson's computer in the Madison district "led to … parting ways."

The source noted the images were not child pornography, so no criminal investigation was done and Nelson was allowed to resign his post. Nelson was the district's coordinator of physical education, health and athletics.

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The Power Of Teachers' Unions

The recent events in Wisconsin, in which unionized teachers behaved like third-world mobs, is a stark reminder of what a grave mistake it was to permit government employees to unionize. Since government employees have always had job security and benefits that many workers in the private sector couldn’t dream of getting, there was no need for them to unionize unless they wanted to use union power to intimidate legislators and extort more money from the taxpayers.

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Bill Gates Wants Depopulation Through Vaccines and Health Care

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Catholics vs. Gov. Walker?

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