Thursday, November 22, 2007

Happy Thanksgiving To All!!

I would like to wish each and every one of you a happy, and joyful Thanksgiving day. Today we need to give thanks to God for all the things He has given us and ask for his blessings and grace as we thank Him for the forgiveness of our sins.

Psalm 118:28-29

"You are my God, and I will give you thanks;

You are my God, and I will exalt you.

Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good;

his love endures forever."
God bless you all,
Scia Ciantee
P.S. What are you thankful for?

Thursday, November 15, 2007

Boston Globe celebrates homosexual school clubs persuading kids to "come out" as teenagers (and earlier).

MassResistance did a great job with a recent article that appeared this past Sunday, November 11th, in the Boston Globe Sunday Magazine. The article, by a lesbian activist teacher, Alison Lobron, describes the history of homosexual activism in Massachusetts schools and how young school-aged students can take part in the dangerous lifestyles of homosexuality with the help of their teachers and school clubs.

Read full article HERE.
You must read the whole article to understand the evil mist that is suffocating our children under the school bell. Children questioning their sexuality at 6, such as Kristi Freedman? SIX years-old!!?? What was Kristi's upbringing like? Was it similar to Dawn Stefanowicz's upbringing as described in her new book Out From Under (above post)? What if Kristi had an upbringing that was entrenched in the word of God, would her sexual preferences be different than they are today? What if non-religious straight clubs surrounded Kristi at school, would her choices be different today?
What are the benefits of "when the gay hat(s) keep going on and off"? Why is there such a struggle with sexual orientation choices? What fosters them? What types of childhood upbringings result in children being confused about their sexual identities? How can WE ALL help?
This article was a wake-up call to all parents regarding what the militiant and radical homosexual community wants and is doing to our children. One question to all parents:
Are you fed-up yet with what is being shoveled down our children's throats without your knowledge?

Thursday, November 08, 2007

The Deep Impact of Homosexual Parenting

I had met Dawn Stefanowicz when she spoke at the initial public hearings on the Marriage Protection Amendment back on April 11, 2006 at the State House in Boston. (Click HERE to read Dawn's testimony at the hearing).

Dawn is a kind hearted and very articulated women who experienced a very tramatic childhood as she grew up in a household led by a homosexual father and a very ill, yet passive mother. Dawn's story is saddening and hard to read at times, but tells the truth about the dangers of homosexual parenting that is becoming ever more present in our society today.
Yes, we must accept our neighbors for who they are, but the children who are living with same-sex parents should not have to be subjected to the confusing lifestyles of homosexuality. The intellectual, physical, and emotional status of these children are at great risk of being shattered and destroyed as a result of their traumatic experiences within the confines of their own home.

I just received Dawn's book in the mail yesterday after ordering it earlier in the week. I could not get past the preface without shedding tears.

Dawn sums up the purpose of writing Out From Under in her preface by saying:

"I have written this book not out of spite, but with a desire to get out from under the wreckage created when sexual boundaries are obscured, to achieve freedom through telling the truth, and to benefit other children who have endured a similar household. It is quite possible my sharing may help them resolve their own issues". (Out From Under: The Impact of Homosexual Parenting . Dawn Stefanowicz, Annotation Press, 2007. Preface).

Read some reviews of Dawn's book and order it by clicking HERE.

Click HERE to visit Dawn's website.

Election Day Victories for Pro-Family Candidates

A Message From the Coalition for Marriage and Family

Tuesday in municipal elections across the state, pro-family candidates won hotly contested elections with the help of the Coalition for Marriage and Family Action.
Same-sex marriage supporter Mayor Phelan of Quincy was defeated, despite the attacks homosexual newspaper Bay Windows made against his opponent Tom Koch. Koch was supported by the Quincy Marriage and Family chapter, and the Coalition.
Incumbent Mayor Jim Harrington of Brockton, a married grandfather of six, narrowly defeated same-sex marriage activist Jas Stewart, who is "married" to another man, with the help of the Coalition and our Greater Brockton chapter.
Greater Marlborough Marriage and Family Chapter Co-Chair Paul Ferro was re-elected to the Marlborough City Council. Ferro defeated the legislative aide of Representative Steve Leduc, a supporter of abortion and same-sex marriage. All pro-family At-Large councilors were returned, despite a strong challenge by Sean Navin, a staffer of Congressman Jim McGovern who received significant financial backing from liberal groups.
Catholic Citizenship Executive Director Victor Pap was elected to the Weymouth Town Council, and the husband of Catholic Citizenship Fall River Diocese Coordinator Bea Martins, Joe Martins, was elected to the Fall River School Committee. Also in Fall River, pro-marriage and pro-life State Representative Robert Correia won his race for mayor against same-sex marriage supporter and fellow state representative, David Sullivan.
These are just a few examples of the many victorious campaigns across the state that the Coalition for Marriage and Family Action became involved in this summer and fall, and the long months of work have paid off. Through the grassroots activities of our Marriage and Family chapters as well as our financial support for candidates, we are making a difference to elect pro-family candidates at the local level.
We're also building our grassroots network, an effort that is vital to recruiting pro-family legislative candidates in the future to defeat anti-family incumbent legislators.
Wow, the people voted...and they chose morally grounded politicians over those who are not morally grounded...hmmmmmm.
The marriage issue is NOT over yet my friends. We're just seasoning people who will run pro-same-sex "marriage" supporting politicians out of the State House.
Let The People Vote!!

Monday, November 05, 2007

Whose on First???

GLAD, or Gay and Lesbian Advocates & Defenders, is in the process of expanding the rights of same-sex "married" couples in Massachusetts. The advocacy group is mainly focusing on pushing for "gay" military veterans to be burried in the Arlington National Cemetery and for giving unpaid medical leave benefits to homosexual "married" couples.

Read full story HERE. (unfortunately you need to register with Boston.com, but it is FREE to do so. It only takes a minute of your time).
Can anyone please explain to me what Carissa Cunningham meant when she said GLAD is taking aim at the federal Defense of Marriage Act that denies federal recognition of "wedded" same-sex couples and in the process is not trying to expand gay "marriage" beyond traditionally liberal New England?
"We are not interested in forcing any other state to do anything on marriage laws," Cunningham said in an interview. "We're looking at where [the Defense of Marriage Act] most affects married couples and where the law may be vulnerable."
Oh, I see Ms. Cunningham. Your going to fight a FEDERAL provision that denies FEDERAL recognition of "wedded" same-sex couples, but only let those FEDERAL provisions be given to those 10,000 "wedded" same-sex couples of Massachusetts? Your not going to try and expand those provisions to others outside of Massachusetts. Why would I think you would do such a silly thing?
Does Ms. Cunningham think we were ALL born yesterday?
Then GLAD runs advertisements in two "gay" newspapers saying:
"It is time to end FEDERAL discrimination against married couples" in which Cunningham said these ads would "resonate with the public".
Boy, GLAD really likes to shove their sexual lifestyles down other peoples throats don't they?
The only thing I do agree with in GLAD's efforts is their willingness to fight for unpaid medical leave benefits for same-sex "married" couples. This provision should be given to anyone in a time of need regardless of their sexual orientation, so I commend GLAD for their stance on this issue.
As for the burrial of "gay" veterans at the Arlington National Cemetery: that is abhorant and disrespectful to all of the men and women who have died for our country. Our country does not look greatly upon homosexual service men and women to be glorifed in this cemetery, it is that plain and simple. Nevermind the fact that the U.S. military does not look greatly upon homosexual service men and women period.
Correction 11/08/2007:
I must appologize for wrongly suggesting that homosexual service men and women are not given the option to be burried at the Arlington National Cemetery (ANC). It was explained to me by an ANC representative that the eligibility requirements offered to heterosexual service men and women for burial at ANC are also offered to homosexual service men and women. The only exception to the eligibility requirements is that the "spouse" of a homosexual service man or woman can not be burried at ANC because ANC does not recognize same-sex "marriages" on a federal level, as these "marriages" are not federally legal. With this, I do appologize for saying that homosexual service men and women should not be given the option to be burried at ANC. These folks have died for our country and therefore their sexual orientation should not matter. I, on the other hand, do agree with ANC's policy of not giving the "spouse" of a homosexual service man or woman the option of being burried with their partner. This is wrong and it indicates an acceptance of a dangerous relationship.

Scia Ciantee

As I have stated on numerous occasions on this blog, I also agree with what is provided under the Benefits Fairness Act. Click HERE for details. This act benefits ALL those who wish to take part in its provisions and does not therefore destroy the true meaning of the definition of marriage, which is soley between one man and one women.

Friday, November 02, 2007

Americans Still Reject Same-Sex "Marriage"

Most people in the United States remain opposed to granting specific legal recognition to homosexual partners, according to a poll by Opinion Research Corporation released by CNN. 56 per cent of respondents think marriages between homosexuals should not be recognized by the law as valid, with the same rights as traditional marriages.

Read full story HERE.
Don't forget the fact that 55% of the states in the good 'ol USA also have rejected same-sex "marriages" at the voter box over the past several years. Do we see a trend of what society WANTS and KNOWS is right?

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