The context then “morally demanded it,” he claimed, and the moral demand in our time is the defeat of the Left.
FPIW is also holding a series of meet-ups in Washington state through April 21 under the title of “Gender Revolution”: “We celebrate ‘Women’s Day’, but no one can define what a woman—or a man—actually is anymore” and “[W]hy is my child’s school working so hard to convince them there are 56 genders and you can be any gender you want?
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The family of a murdered 27-year-old Georgia student listened to her killer’s confession in which he revealed the moment she ripped off the mask he was wearing and recoiled in horror as she recognized her friend before he strangled her to death.
Confession: Lauren Giddings (left) was strangled to death by her friend and next-door neighbor and classmate Stephen Mc Daniel (seen right in 2011) - who pleaded guilty to the crime in court on Monday in Georgia Charged: Stephen Mc Daniel stands before the magistrate at the Bibb County Law Enforcement Center surrounded by Bibb County Bailiffs, his attorney, Macon Police Detective Carl Flecther and District Attorney Greg Winters in June 2011 'She saw me and said, very calmly, 'Get the f*** out,' said Mc Daniel in his confession which outlined how he killed and dismembered Lauren before disposing her remains in a trash dumpster outside the apartment complex they both lived in.'I leaped across the bed onto her and grabbed her around the throat.
We tumbled out of the bed to the floor and in her struggle to get away, she moved her legs and her lower body under her bed, preventing her from getting away or kicking me,' he wrote according to the Macon Telegraph.
Should this latest initative pass legal review, signatures will be gathered to place it on the April 2018 ballot.
The language in the initiative is similar to the current debate over Texas’ anti-trans bathroom bill, SB 6.The campaign ran an anti-trans cartoon ad, including one in which a “transvestite” applies for a job at a daycare center.That ad was roundly denounced as stigmatizing and dehumanizing, including by former Alaska governor Tony Knowles.In 2012, Hice published his book , in which he alleges the gay community has a plot to recruit and sodomize children and that homosexuality causes shorter life spans and that same-sex couples cannot raise healthy children.He also states in the book that abortion rights supporters are worse than Hitler and calls for Muslims to be stripped of their First Amendment rights.AKFA also launched a campaign on April 11 against the nomination of Drew Phoenix, who is trans, to the Alaska State Human Rights Commission.