90th Issue

CASJAFVA Quarterly

Apr-Jun, 2012

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Table of Contents
Breaking News & Cartoon

Pictures of Annual Fund-raising Dinner 2010

1. Quotable Quotes

2. Editorial

3. Inspirations & Remembrance

  • (1) From pauper to president
  • (2)The fall of Richmond
  • (3) A column in the form of questions

    4. Money Matters

  • (1) HST will stick to Liberals through to next election
  • (2) Here's a tip - It's now 20% gratuity whether you liked it or not
  • (3) Finally: Small government
  • (4) Davos speech a good start to addressing growing pension
  • (5) Bill to kill long-gun registry passes easily
  • (6) Risk lurks in unexpected places
  • (7) Poor will lose, others will gain a bit with PST
  • (8) Not the time to waver on taxes
  • (9) Families' buying power eroding

    5. Politics, Religion & Terrorism (enemies within & without)

  • (1) EU steps up war on Iran's finances
  • (2) Muslim youth group loses charitable status
  • (3) Politics of the trivial incite nasty behaviour in Commons

    6. Religion, Persecution of Religion, False Religion, Secularism, Atheism & Limitation of Human Intelligence

  • (1) Everyone should read the Bible - especially atheists
  • (2) A crisis of cultural confidence
  • (3) Exemption from religious studies class not an option
  • (4) Genital mutilation 'unacceptable'
  • (5) Birth of a religion, death of a prophet
  • (6) Remains of Jesus' disciples found: scholar
  • (7) Evangelical group gets boot from Delta school
  • (8) Left's relentless drive to remake America

    7. Free Speech, Human Rights, False Human Rights & Kangaroo Tribunals

  • (1) Networked authoritarianism
  • (2) Planned parenthood receives $6M from Ottawa
  • (3) The 'crime' of protecting yourself
  • (4) Truths and consequences
  • (5) RCMP software that finds links in violent crime under scrutiny
  • (6) Companies and customers have a duty to protect themselves
  • (7) Assisted suicide debate intensifies

    8. Culture of Entitlement – Is There A Right To Be An Addict or A Prostitute or Demand Special Treatment or Entitlement? Should There Be A Right to Abort One’s Baby? Does Tough-love Approach Work?

  • (1) Civilization in reverse
  • (2) Newest frontier in harm reduction: free alcohol
  • (3) B.C. welfare payments are adequate
  • (4) Tories take aim at ex-cons on the dole
  • (5) The ethical pregnancy
  • (6) Harm reduction vs. don't touch the stuff
  • (7) Movies influence teen drinking habits
  • (8) Sex-selective abortions B H 'fairly widespread': MD
  • (9) Don't blame the oil sands for Ontario's failure

    9. Environmentalism (as a cult)/Animal Rights/Natural Disasters

    10. Leftism, Sanity, Bilingualism, Feminism, Liberalism, Political Correctness, Media Bias, Media Abuse, Oppression & Cultural and/or Military Suicide

  • (1) Liberals try to out-conservative the Conservatives for byelection
  • (2) A way forward for aboriginals
  • (3) The power of 'family feminism'
  • (4) Alberta's first NDP government
  • (5) Attempted defection puts party boss in tight spot
  • (6) Students back job action, need for smaller classes
  • (7) A threat to everyone
  • (8) Bringing soft totalitarianism into the classroom
  • (9) Abbott promises report cards after Bill 22 passes

    11. Politics & Reality, Ethno-Politics, Foreign Influence, Western Alienation & Normalization of Separatism

  • (1) The GOP's suicide march
  • (2) B.C. chief warns Harper of native 'uprising'
  • (3) What's wrong with a little 'eastern alienation'?
  • (4) Vinegar and China do mix
  • (5) Tories target 'bogus' refugees
  • (6) Tory vagaries spur NDP fear mongering
  • (7) Is there a conservative in the House?
  • (8) Fault lines will frame political clash

    12. Judiciary, Judicial Hegemony & Judicial Idiocy & Jndicial Decency

  • (1) Judge OKs suit against charity tax 'scheme'
  • (2) Victoria needs to act before 'appalling' injustice occurs: judge
  • (3) Top court order new trial in sex assault case
  • (4) First Stanley Cup rioter to be sentenced gets 17 months
  • (5) B.C. criminals fail to complete rehab programs
  • (6) Freedom of religion, R.I.P.
  • (7) Anonymity should be granted sparingly, even in divorce cases

    13. Basic Freedoms, Justice, Justice System, Political Correctness, Persecution

  • (1) The push is on! Canadian, U.S. public schools continue to promote homosexuality
  • (2) Guilty as charged
  • (3) So obsessed, so close-minded
  • (4) Unlocked, unloaded... and unclear
  • (5) Canada's new tyranny: that state's takeover of the family
  • (6) A British Columbia myth about the best interests of children
  • (7) Judges brought minimum sentences on themselves

    14. Marriage, Family, Parental & Children's Rights, Polygamy, Incest, etc.

  • (1) 'Gender-free' children: The newest fad in public education
  • (2) The two-year window
  • (3) Hong Kong residents bemoan influence of Chinese visitors
  • (4) Focus on the fetus
  • (5) Killing was 'ahmazing'
  • (6) Political leaders protect marriage and children from homosexual/transsexual demands
  • (7) Recipe for a good marriage: Put the other person first
  • (8) Women forced into 'survival sex', says YWCA

    15. Special Interest Groups Rule Canada

  • (1) 'Hidden-agenda' hysterics
  • (2) The gun-control lobby's statistical black hole
  • (3) Hard work ahead on aging file
  • (4) Tories on right side of pension reform
  • (5) Teachers waging disingenuous war
  • (6) Deficits never help the economy
  • (7) Teachers vote in favour of strike action
  • (8) Liberals keep one eye on the courts as they deal with B.C.'s teachers

    16. Corruption, Dirty Politics, Crimes, Frauds & Scams, Superstition

  • (1) Illegal drugs feeding off pharmacy supply chain
  • (2) I fear my homeland: Ocean Lady claimant tells IRB
  • (3) Chinese politician mysteriously disappears
  • (4) Could Trudeau's separate Quebec afford his priorities?
  • (5) China has not been behaving like a friend
  • (6) VSB 'censures' out of context: accused
  • (7) The human right to convenient parking
  • (8) Latest credit card scam

    17. Knowledge

  • (1) Electrical currents soothe treatment-resistant depression: study
  • (2) Think you're not thinking clearly? It's probably true
  • (3) Science probes hangover cure
  • (4) Five super foods to the rescue
  • (5) Seduced by gossip
  • (6) Fighting Alzheimer's starts in the kitchen
  • (7) There once was a lack of cadavers
  • (8) High vitamin D use linked to fewer stress fractures in females
  • (9) Study links vitamin E intake with bone loss
  • (10) Secret to happiness: Don't be yourself
  • (11) More colorectal cancer screening urged
  • (12) B.C. hospitals get mixed grades in national study

    18. Personalities / Heros / Big Business / Frauds/Trouble-Seekers

  • (1) Hawking's journey through time
  • (2) Saint Santourum
  • (3) Alberta not learning from Ontario
  • (4) Trudeau's gift to his father's foes
  • (5) 'Religion must yield' to government
  • (6) Living in a fiscal dreamland
  • (7) Foghorn MLA Krueger an embarrassment to his profession
  • (8) Dix has rosy view of role in '98 teachers deal

    19. Economics And The Economy / Have-not Status / Ethnic Contributions / Corporate Welfare / Reversed Discrimination

  • (1) A wage cut for Alberta's future
  • (2) On salary disclosure, turnabout is fair play
  • (3) We're getting older, like it or not
  • (4) A flawed formula
  • (5) Falcon prescribes tough medicine for uncertain times
  • (6) Greek bailout may not work, lenders fear
  • (7) Teachers face stiff fines for job action
  • (8) Voter history on side of budget cuts

    20. Real Education, Critical Thinking, Propaganda, Self-interest & Political Correctness

  • (1) Teachers seek hefty salary hike
  • (2) B.C. sex education not neutral
  • (3) Save the school. Fire bad teachers
  • (4) The beginning of the end of bullying
  • (5) Vancouver School Board bureaucracy remains bloated and unnecessary
  • (6) Resistance to government bill will continue, BCTF says
  • (7) Teachers march in droves, back to class Thursday
  • (8) Switching on the innovation light bulb
  • (9) Grassroots move by teachers puts grads, sports in jeopardy

    21. Demography / Demographic Winter? / Euthanasia / Genocide / Reproductive Privilege

  • (1) 33.5 million people call Canada home
  • (2) Population and power tilt westward
  • (3) RCMP raid fertility consultant's office
  • (4) Five-year sponsorship freeze aims to curb sham marriages
  • (5) Fertility raid linked to US case
  • (6) Meaning of marriage at risk: U.K. Archbishops
  • (7) Pregnancy discrimination complaints on the rise

    22. Morality, Ethics, Culture, Politics, Good Government, Parliamentary Process, Scandals, Racism, Unionism, Anti-Semitism, Sloth, Favouritism, Hypocrites, Slippery Slope, etc.

  • (1) A clever lawyer, not a hidden agenda
  • (2) Battle for sovereignty of the Arctic may be fought in scientific journals
  • (3) Canada to France: Keep your election to yourself
  • (4) Labour camp atrocities
  • (5) Clark set to unveil strategy to remedy court backlog in B.C.'s justice system
  • (6) Making Canadian citizenship matter
  • (7) Rumours of America's demise

    23. Statesman or Politician?

  • (1) The McGuinty syndrome
  • (2) Potty-mouthed MPs sully parliament
  • (3) Social issues dominating U.S. election
  • (4) Assets sale: Are Liberals making it up as they go?
  • (5) Premier Clark touts her conservative credentials
  • (6) Poll spells deeper trouble for Clark

    24. Law & Order, Public Safety, Punishment, National Defence, Drugs, True Civil Disobedience or Opportunistic Thuggery, War Crimes, & Police

  • (1) Lesbian couple's lawyer brews mischievous media maelstrom
  • (2) Big love, big lies
  • (3) Capital punishment in Canada? It's not so crazy
  • (4) Protection racket
  • (5) Fatal crash risk doubles with pot
  • (6) B.C. teachers promised more money for big classes
  • (7) Acquittal will affect future cases: prosecutors
  • (8) Suicides increasing among young girls

    25. Monkey Business, Transparency / Accountability, Bureaucracy Medicare & Crown Corporations

  • (1) Paying MPs twice
  • (2) Roll the dice
  • (3) Quebec on pace to be poorest province
  • (4) The coming war of the 'have-nots'
  • (5) Managed alcohol program shows promising start
  • (6) Elections Canada refuses to probe 'annoying' calls
  • (7) Dumping the pumps
  • (8) Former notary raised millions for Ponzi scheme, regulators

    26. Oh, Canada

  • (1) Canada set to claim important role on the world stage
  • (2) Can't live with China...
  • (3) Your honour, what's with the bulletproof glass?
  • (4) A distinctly poorer society
  • (5) Poor record-keeping on crime is a problem
  • (6) Robcall scandal exceeds the crime
  • (7) Tories use majority to pass crime omnibus bill
  • (8) When will the red-meat Tories rebel?

    27. Democracy, Patriotism, Nanny State, Federalism, Capitalism, Liberalisms, Conservatism, Socialism, Dictatorship, Anarchist, Conservations, Multiculturalism, Immigration, Refugee (or queue-jumpers, asylum seekers, exploiters, human traffickers, colonizers) etc., the Senate & More

  • (1) Immigration fraudsters exploiting new rules
  • (2) Canada should change immigration focus to highly skilled out-of-work Europeans
  • (3) ratcheting up the hassle factor
  • (4) Harper takes a gamble on China
  • (5) Ontario immigration hobbled by Ottawa
  • (6) The last days of the 'Passport Baby'
  • (7) Sizing up a robo-scandal
  • (8) Time to stop bloat in the federal civil service
  • (9) Compromise may not be pretty, but it's not bad

    28. Tax-grab & Government Spending Do Matter / Gambling

  • (1) Let's hear it for the 1%
  • (2) Court: 'Tolerance is a two-way stree'
  • (3) A media in the grips of Harper derangement syndrome
  • (4) HST to drop on more new homes to help the shift back to the PST
  • (5) Transitional tax provisions a better deal for home builders and buyers

    29. Leadership

  • (1) A weakness for the opposite sex

    30. Human Dignity, Senior Rights, Self-sacrifice, Civic Responsibilities, Patriotism & International Responsibilities and Human Idiocy

  • (1) Canadian leaders should be Canadian - full stop
  • (2) Not a pension crisis, but reform opportunity
  • (3) HIV/AIDS and the duty to disclose
  • (4) Thrift is the key to retirement
  • (5) B.C. to change care for elderly
  • (6) Tories will double down on austerity despite political headwinds
  • (7) East-side students pack community centres
  • (8) Happiness index that started in Bhutan is coming to a government near you

    31. BC Politics etc.

  • (1) West Van home values soar nearly one-third
  • (2) Struggling premier adds new adviser to her growing ranks
  • (3) Attorney-General's qualifications questioned
  • (4) Liberals don't inspire a lot of trust when it comes to balancing their budgets
  • (5) A year after becoming premier, Christy Clark holds line on spending while eyeing foes on right
  • (6) How to stop teachers' strikes permanently
  • (7) Labour pains threaten health care
  • (8) Absenteeism costs $20 million annually
  • (9) Legal realities turn celebration into a wake

    32. Jokes

  • (1) A little Catholic humour
  • (2) Time for chuckle
  • (3) What are the differences between a conservative and a liberal, prayer tell?
  • (4) A lecture
  • (5) Busy, busy restaurant
  • (6) Simple Simon
  • (7) The boss
  • (8) Meet the parents Teen's boyfriend

    33. Health Matters

  • (1) Reduce your risk of blood clots after knee replacement
  • (2) Hard habits to break
  • (3) Sleep-related breathing disorders may raise your risk of dementia
  • (4) Colon cancer: Confusion still surrounds screening
  • (5) Bite back with tooth replacement
  • (6) Coughing again? it could be COPD
  • (7) Should you be tested fro prostate cancer?
  • (8) Legionnaires' disease: Cause for concern?
  • (9) Menopause symptoms can often linger for many older women
  • (10) Know the risk and realities of HIV as you age
  • (11) Take action to banish bunion pain
  • (12) 5 steps to lower your risk of diabetes
  • (13) Do you still need a pap test?
  • (14) got arthritis? Get active!
  • (15) Stay safe while you keep warm
  • (16) Maintain function in your hands
  • (17) Tamiflu
  • (18) TIAs: 'Transient' in name only
  • (19) Nuts may benefit those with metabolic syndrome
  • (20) Advice from Johns Hopkins experts
  • (21) Over-the-counter laxative: Safe, but use them with caution
  • (22) Give routine cancer screenings careful consideration
  • (23) Ask the experts
  • (24) Statin use and the risk of developing diabetes
  • (25) Effective way to banish varicose veins
  • (26) Look out for your liver
  • (27) Keeping track of your bone health
  • (28) Bit of exercise can stave off heart attack
  • (29) Your best weapons against colorectal cancer
  • (30) Regaining your balance: controlling vertigo
  • (31) Leg pain: could it be peripheral artery disease?
  • (32) Liver cancer: on the rise
  • (33) Sleeping pill precautions
  • (34) Minimizing air pollution exposure may help protect against cognitive decline
  • (35) Many seniors miss out on kidney transplant
  • (36) What older women should know about breast cancer treatment
  • (37) The lifestyle changes that can help prevent cancer
  • (38) Consider your options for relieving chronic pain
  • (39) A diet that builds brain health
  • (40) Facing skin cancer surgery
  • (41) Tendon pain: Don’t assume it’s tendinitis
  • (42) Controlling essential tremor
  • (43) Are you at risk for oral cancer?
  • (44) Stay safe and comfortable in the summer heat
  • (45) Be alert to the risk of GI complications if you suffer from rheumatoid arthritis
  • (46) Perfect your posture to help prevent dowager’s hump
  • (47) Arthritis, anxiety and depression: frequent companions
  • (48) Living with restless legs syndrome
  • (49) Does PSA testing hurt or help?
  • (50) Taking a shot at shingles

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    The push is on! Canadian, U.S. public schools continue to promote homosexuality
    By Lee Duigon

    "[T]he gay rights movement is shifting norms in Canada. And with that comes a message to those who won't evolve: your outdated morals are no longer acceptable, and we will teach your kids the new norms." ~ Editorial, Oct. 20, 2011, in Vancouver Xtra, Canada's Gay & Lesbian News[1]

    Dr. Pretorius (mad scientist): "To a new world of gods and monsters!" ~ Bride of Frankenstein (1935), horror movie

    Public educators and politicians in Canada and the United States are playing god and turning children into monsters. At least they're trying to – and don't accuse us of exaggerating until you've read this article.

    The editorial writer in the homosexual newspaper is addressing her remarks to the Christian parents of Canada. It is your morals that are "no longer acceptable," and your children who will be taught "new norms." In public schools throughout Canada, this work has already begun.

    We shall also show that the same campaign is planned, by homosexual activists and their allies in the teachers' unions, for the children of Christians in the United States. Because the pace of these developments has accelerated so dramatically over the last year or two, we are unable to report on more than a few of the highlights (if that's the word for it).

    Replacing Christianity

    What are these educators and politicians actually trying to do? We asked Father Alphonse De Valk in Ontario, the editor of Catholic Insight, if he could explain it. He can.

    "They are trying to replace a whole way of life," he said. "They are trying to replace Christianity."

    A recent Lifesite News headline says it all: "Toronto schools will not ‘condone' exemptions from pro-homosexual classes: board chair."[2] In the article, Chris Bolton, chairman of the Toronto District School Board, told Lifesite that the board has "a policy of forbidding exemptions from the board's radical pro-homosexual curriculum, insisting ... that any attempts by parents ‘would not be condoned' in their schools." The curriculum "specifically states that parents cannot remove their children from the classes for religious reasons."[3]

    How radical is the curriculum? It "begins introducing homosexual family structures" –  Chalcedon does not recognize any such thing as a homosexual family – "as early as kindergarten, and recommends a discussion sometime between JK and grade 3 aimed at convincing students of the importance of participating in Toronto's annual Gay Pride Parade" [emphasis added]. We need hardly add that such parades are notorious for their displays of real and simulated sex acts which we have chosen not to describe here.

    Children will be urged to read a book called Gloria Goes to Gay Pride. You can find a description of this noxious little item on www.amazon.com.[4] "We're promoting social activity that's quite large," Bolton told Lifesite. "I think we're promoting the concept of the social environment that happens around that community."

    In an effort to get a translation of that statement, we contacted Bolton and requested an interview. At first he agreed, on the condition that he be allowed to call us collect. But after we provided him with a telephone number, we heard from him no more. Subsequent emails were not answered.

    "All these programs are disguised as anti-bullying measures," Fr. De Valk said. "The premier of this province [Dalton McGinty] has decided that he was going to safeguard the homosexual lifestyle; so he has ordered all the schools to teach the equality of the homosexual lifestyle, and all the children in those schools are forced to listen."

    Getting young children involved in the Gay Pride Parade, he added, "is only a little part of it. All schools have been ordered to have Gay-Straight Alliances [after-school clubs to promote homosexuality-ed.] – even the Catholic schools. And the bishops are silent. It's a very depressing situation. Not one bishop has spoken up."

    Father De Valk himself spoke up, some years ago, in his Catholic Insight editorials. For presenting his church's teaching on homosexuality, De Valk was dragged through Canada's "human rights" system of kangaroo courts. The charge against him was finally dropped, for lack of evidence, in 2009 – but not before the ordeal cost the small magazine $30,000 in legal fees.

    Pornographic "Outreach"

    "Why don't more people speak up?" asked Kari Simpson, host of Roadkill Radio on the Internet, and a Christian activist living in British Columbia. "Because look what happens to them when they do! Here in Burnaby, parents were threatened with hate crime charges just for questioning the homosexual-indoctrination programs in their schools. One father I know was badly intimidated when two policemen showed up at his door to ‘investigate' whether he committed a hate crime. The gay activists love to sic the police on anyone who opposes them."

    Mrs. Simpson herself has been through the "human rights" ordeal. Defending herself, she won her case – one of the very few Christians ever to be acquitted by a Canadian human rights tribunal. "If you push back against them," she said, "you can win. But most people are afraid to try."

    At issue in British Columbia is a homosexual activist project, Out in Schools, a publicly-funded enterprise "used to sexualize students and introduce them to homosexual culture," Mrs. Simpson said. Her new website, Culture Guard, provides links to explicitly sexual videos that are part of Out in Schools' "outreach" to middle and high school students.[5] A warning to readers: these are very explicit, baldly pornographic videos, presented by adults to minors, with the support of corporate sponsors and taxpayer dollars.

    "Most people are still unaware of what's going on in their schools," Mrs. Simpson said. "Meanwhile, our whole culture here in Canada is imploding – or exploding. I can't tell which."

    The Xtra editorial called Out in Schools "a well-respected anti-bullying program" – we cannot name a homosexual-indoctrination program that is not labeled "anti-bullying" – and mocked Kari Simpson for "clinging to an outdated moral code, flailing against a tide of change that's leaving you and your few remaining followers behind."

    These people have plainly announced their intention to estrange children from Christianity and impose "new norms" of their own invention. They make no effort to hide what they intend to do. And they have backed it up with action.

    "The Next Big Thing"

    The Chalcedon website (www.chalcedon.edu) recently published an article which included news video of a "gender education" lesson in a California classroom.[6] We urge readers of this article to view that video.

    Children in the United States are already the target of radical "sex education" programs. We don't have to wait for it to seep down from Canada.

    "Gender liberation" will be the next big thing in public education, World Net Daily has reported[7]first in California, and then spreading to other states. The California Teachers Association – it has 325,000 dues – paying members – enthusiastically supports abolishing "gender stereotypes" and doing away with the acknowledgement of all distinctions between male and female, WND reports. Schools will be expected to install "gender-neutral" lavatories so that "Each of us can decide for ourselves in which bathroom we belong." And so on.

    What happens when this sort of "change" meets resistance?

    In Tennessee recently, the State Senate enacted a law restricting sex education to "only the biology of human reproduction." Homosexual activists were furious, and staged loud protests at the State House.

    They also produced a little video which we offer for viewing here,[8] entitled "FCKH8.com: The ‘Teachers Can't Talk About Homos' ..." The purpose of the video is to protest the legislation: these groups always want "sex education" to immerse students in the techniques and particulars of an aberrant lifestyle. To that end, the makers of the video recruited an assortment of children, some of them very young, to spout profanity-laden defiance of the legislature. By "profanity-laden" we mean that practically every other word spoken by these children is the "f-bomb."

    The video is less than two minutes long, but I personally found it almost unwatchable.

    Believe the Truth

    Every weekday, millions of America's Christian families, and Canada's, send their children to be educated in the public schools – schools dominated and operated by persons who publicly boast of their hostility to the Christian faith and publicly proclaim their intention to destroy it.

    We ask these parents, as we have asked so many times before, "Why don't you believe us?" We have not slandered these "educators," nor put words in their mouths. We have let them speak to you in their own words, and reported their actions as a matter of public record. We have provided written and video documentation of everything we say. And yet the Christian parents continue to send their children to the anti-Christian schools.

    More than a few misguided churchmen defend this practice by saying the Christian children are in the anti-Christian schools to be "salt and light" – in much the same way, we suppose, as early Christians were in the arena to be salt and light to the lions. Which is more likely – that expert, ruthless, adult "educators" will eventually corrupt the children, or that a few Christian children in a classroom will prompt some gay activist teacher to repent and sin no more?

    Anti-Christian indoctrination now begins in kindergarten, by the design of teachers' unions and "education theorists" in ivory towers. Is it at all reasonable to expect kindergarten children to resist their teachers? By sending them to such schools, the parents tacitly consent to the schools' authority, and the teachers'. Children cannot help thinking that the lessons that they learn have the approval of their parents. How could they think otherwise?

    It's always the right time to pull your children out of public school and give them a Christian education, either at home or in a Christian school.

    Yes, the public schools are "free," in that you don't write out a tuition check, but have the money sucked directly out of your taxes. But is your child's future as a Christian up for sale? Is there nothing parents won't tolerate in the name of a "free" public education?

    Please, if you've already watched the last video cited in this article, watch it again.

    This is what you're getting for your tax money.
    [1] http://www.xtra.ca/public/Vancouver/Left_behind-10922.aspx
    [2] Lifesitenewscom, Nov. 29, 2011, article by Patrick B. Craine
    [3] All quotes are from the Lifesite article.
    [4] Amazon.com: Gloria Goes to Gay Pride (9781555831851)
    [5] See http://roadkillradio.com/2011/09/12/culture-guard-news-release/
    [6] http://chalcedon.edu/research/articles/gender-free-children-the-newest-fad-in-public-education/
    [7] http://www.wnd.com/2012/01/382689/
    [8] http://www.traditionalvalues.us/pa_video4.aspx?roi=echo3-10755667770-7463470-d59bfd0b8cadc5

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