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California Crusader is a blog by a California elementary teacher and Proposition 8 grassroots supporter. I explore how redefining marriage will affect our public schools.

8 comments so far

  1. Berlet98 on

    Wow! A Left Coast conservative and a teacher to boot? (Retired Right Coaster-teacher in a blue state, here.)
    I wonder if you would consider adding my website to your blogroll? I’m adding your website to mine. I don’t confine my site to marriage only, however.
    Either way, keep up the good fight!
    Gene Lalor

  2. RP on

    Hi – I just found your blog (through Opine-Ed) and wanted to comment. I will be adding this blog to my blogroll. I too am a California public school teacher and was/am a supporter of Prop 8.

  3. californiacrusader on

    Sure! You are welcome to add me to your blogroll.

  4. Pierre Jobin on

    Caution from Canada…. Don’t let this happen in California!
    Transfer of highly sensitive documents to North American contacts.

    As you will probably be aware that here in Canada we now have a law allowing gay marriage. This law to a large extent was pushed by an extremely large gay community here in Quebec, Canada, where I live. Montreal especially is becoming a very large center for sexual deviants. It is not for nothing that the first ever world gay games were held in Montreal. This was a financial disaster for the province of Quebec and the city of Montreal.

    This has not stopped the flow of sexual deviants coming into Quebec and specifically Montreal.

    The next step in their program is to change the law that limits marriage between two people. Yes, logically, I suppose they have some claim, once they have removed the religious aspect from the marriage law; it is difficult to argue against them.

    The plan is quite simple; they want to form family units of four people. Two lesbians and two homosexuals. This family unit will then revolve around sex for pleasure and sex for reproduction! I will leave it to your imagination to discover how this family concept would be carried out.

    Without marriage based on the religious premise of uniting one man and one woman, can anyone see any real legal reason why this should not come about?

    Please tell me their plan will not be realized, please!

    vvv

    Green Party Convention

    Tuesday, August 24, 2010

    How did the polygamy motion make it so far?

    Some people, including Green Party members, are wondering how the polygamy motion made it through the workshop stage and back to full plenary, where everyone at the convention will vote on it later this morning.

    A couple of Greens approached me to say the workshop was pretty small, with a lot of other sessions going on at the same time. The polygamy motion came up in a workshop specifically for policy resolutions, which was held at the same time as training for electoral district associations and the workshop for constitutional motions.

    It was an interesting debate to sit in on because the arguments were passionate. For the people who support the motion, it’s about human rights and staying out of people’s relationships. Why cover up support for those who choose a second or third life partner? They also said it’s about being the party of integrity, and not backing down over a controversial issue.

    The motion eventually passed 14-8 to go to full plenary. Most people expect it to get voted down, but we’ll soon find out. Discussion is starting now – follow it through Twitter!

  5. Pierre Jobin on

    Canada is in Deep trouble! Could this happen to you?

    As you will probably be aware that here in Canada we now have a law allowing gay marriage. This law to a large extent was pushed by an extremely large gay community here in Quebec, Canada, where I live. Montreal especially is becoming a very large center for sexual deviants. It is not for nothing that the first ever world gay games were held in Montreal. This was a financial disaster for the province of Quebec and the city of Montreal.

    This has not stopped the flow of sexual deviants coming into Quebec and specifically Montreal.

    The next step in their program is to change the law that limits marriage between two people. Yes, logically, I suppose they have some claim, once they have removed the religious aspect from the marriage law; it is difficult to argue against them.

    The plan is quite simple; they want to form family units of four people. Two lesbians and two homosexuals. This family unit will then revolve around sex for pleasure and sex for reproduction! I will leave it to your imagination to discover how this family concept would be carried out.

    Without marriage based on the religious premise of uniting one man and one woman, can anyone see any real legal reason why this should not come about?

    Please tell me their plan will not be realized, please!

    vvv

    Green Party Convention

    Tuesday, August 24, 2010

    How did the polygamy motion make it so far?

    Some people, including Green Party members, are wondering how the polygamy motion made it through the workshop stage and back to full plenary, where everyone at the convention will vote on it later this morning.

    A couple of Greens approached me to say the workshop was pretty small, with a lot of other sessions going on at the same time. The polygamy motion came up in a workshop specifically for policy resolutions, which was held at the same time as training for electoral district associations and the workshop for constitutional motions.

    It was an interesting debate to sit in on because the arguments were passionate. For the people who support the motion, it’s about human rights and staying out of people’s relationships. Why cover up support for those who choose a second or third life partner? They also said it’s about being the party of integrity, and not backing down over a controversial issue.

    The motion eventually passed 14-8 to go to full plenary. Most people expect it to get voted down, but we’ll soon find out. Discussion is starting now – follow it through Twitter!

  6. UnderstandtheConsequences.com on

    Thanks for all of your posts; I’m adding your blog to my blogroll, and shameless promoting my own blog at the same time 😉

  7. UnderstandtheConseqences.com on

    In response to your comment, I keep a pretty tight lid on my identity, but I’m happy to chat privately through email or Facebook.

  8. Nazaria Casales on

    Hi, I have published an e-book on a scientific/secular rebuttal to the Gay
    Agenda.

    Too often when religion is part of the rebuttal, assistance is actually offered
    to the Gay Agenda inadvertently. The rule of law in our country must not take
    sides when it comes to one set of dogma vs another. And if religion is used as
    an objection, you actually can turn the legal tide in favor of the Agenda by
    their assertion that interpretation of religion can change.

    However, when science steps into the arena, the courts are forced to take their
    blinders off and take a closer look.

    My book deals with human psychology, comparative psychology, sociology and of
    all things the agriculture industry-in-practice. These sciences weave together
    not just a hypothesis of the slippery slope but a factual prediction of one that
    is compelling and does not allow the reader to wiggle away with “yes…buts”.

    Visit: http://myebooks.secure-ebook.com/~SILH6538/pages/home

    Arm yourselves with an argument and a data base that will win in court against
    the Gay Agenda. Our future generations are at stake and it’s up to you to put
    aside dogma, roll up your sleeves and join in the one solution that will bring
    results: a secular rebuttal.


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