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On June 5, 2014, Glenview Elementary School, located in Oakland, California, held a during-school assembly teaching children as young as 5 about “queer” history, LGBT Pride, and the meaning behind the rainbow flag.

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On June 5, 2014, Glenview Elementary School, located in Oakland, California, held a during-school assembly teaching children as young as 5 about “queer” history, LGBT Pride, and the meaning behind the rainbow flag.

The assembly started with the school’s Principal, Chelsea Toller, telling students that not everyone has one mommy and one daddy, or one grandpa and one grandma. Sometimes children have two mommies, or two daddies, or two grandmas, or two grandpas, and that is perfectly okay. She also compared an individual’s sexual preference to the color of a person’s skin.

“I am really, really excited about today. I’m excited that it’s June, Pride Month. And I am here to talk to you guys about [The Pride Flag],” said Carrie Kessler, an LGBT activist and parent of two students at Glenview.

Next students participated in singing songs celebrating homosexuality, accompanied by an all homosexual men’s choir.

“We are very, very honored today, to have special guests, who are going to come up and sing to all of us today. Please give a warm welcome to The Oakland-East Bay Gay Men’s Chorus,” stated Kessler as she introduced the group.

The choir was conducted by Stephanie Lynne Smith, a lesbian activist who has been affiliated with multiple LGBT organizations according to OEBGMC.org

This was followed by Sherri, another mother at Glenview, who had all of the students read aloud the quote, “Who I am is what fulfills me and what fulfills the vision I have of a world,” by Audre Lorde.

Then she asked the students, “Does anyone have anyone have any idea of what she was trying to say?”

One student raised her hand and was called upon to give her interpretation before the entire group. “Who you are is perfectly fine and is inreplaceable,” declared the student. The crowd clapped.

“Fantastic!” said Sherri, “Anyone else have an idea what Audre Lorde was trying to say?”

“I think this means this who I am is like I am proud of who I am,” exclaimed another student.

“That’s right,” said Sherri, “And just to add to that, you know, love who you are. Be happy with who you are, even if it means you’re different from everyone else. It doesn’t really matter, because being who you are, being true to who you are, that’s what you are going to share with the world, and the world will appreciate that.”

She then presented a bookmark to each student with the quote from Audre Lorde, that also included the school’s mascot, The Glenview Griffin, “blowing out fire in the color of rainbows.”

“So hopefully you use this bookmark for all that fantastic reading you’re going to do over the summer and remember this momentous day that we have.”

They then played 3 homosexual propaganda videos. One featured little children along with Rosie O’Donnell,  saying that having two parents of the same-sex is okay. The second and third videos featured children along with their homosexual parents saying that their lifestyles are perfectly normal.

The event ended with the Gay Men’s Choir who came up, once again, and sang Pharrell Williams’ song “Happy.”

The entire ceremony was uploaded to YouTube, but quickly taken down after receiving strong criticism by conservatives. Luckily, after receiving a tip from our contributor and WCNR radio host Jimmy Zulz, I was able to download and save the video before it was taken down.

Our video on YouTube was taken down by Howard Kong, the LGBT activist and member of Glenview Elementary’s After School Enrichment Program, who originally uploaded the video, and we have discussed this with our legal team, and the manner in which we are using this form of media is considered fair use, because it is for informative purposes.
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Caiden Cowger is the owner and Editor-in-Chief of Cowger Nation. Cowger also serves as the radio host of The Caiden Cowger Program. In 2015, he was named as being the "'Youngest' Syndicated Talk Personality" in the United States.

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  1. susan sanderson

    June 13, 2014 9:31 am at 9:31 am

    The Gay flag signifies life, healing, sunlight, energy, and spirit…and pretty colors too! How sickening to poison young children into this perverse and selfish sexual focus!
    The “I Sing OUT” performance was hilarious too:(

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  3. Bruce Kogan

    June 14, 2014 4:05 pm at 4:05 pm

    Gee Caiden how terrible it is portray LGBT people as human beings who ought to be treated with dignity and respect. I hope you grow up out of
    your fundaloon upbringing and experience what a world it is when you think
    outside the fundaloon box.

  4. The Jimmy Z Show

    June 15, 2014 4:46 pm at 4:46 pm

    Bruce, it’s indoctrination of little kids with the LIE that homosexuality is normal. It’s not. It’s a perversion of sex as God designed it.

  5. Profit Counter, Standard Bearer of the Late FW Forum

    June 15, 2014 8:28 pm at 8:28 pm

    I found out about gay people on my own when I was little. Strangely, the knowledge did no harm to me. I don’t have any problem with this program, because at the end of the day, it tries to include everyone under the definition of special. Equal treatment is always a good thing. As for whether or not homosexuality is a distortion, there’s debate on whether or not the Word in the New Testament regarding it was distorted itself.

    • The Jimmy Z Show

      June 16, 2014 8:42 am at 8:42 am

      That’s fine for YOU, but it’s not YOUR place to say how these children should be or not be indoctrinated – that’s up to the PARENTS, who were never given notice. And the most obvious thing I have to say to you is that YOUR OPINION about this assembly, that it’s perfectly fine, and that homosexuals are perfectly fine, is a RESULT of you being indoctrinated as a child (on your own LOL).

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MEDIA COVER UP: Photo surfaces of Obama with Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan in 2005.

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A photo has surfaced of President Barack Obama with radical Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan. Farrakhan is known for his Anti-semitism  and anti-white ideology.

The liberal-biased Southern Poverty Law Center has even acknowledged, “Farrakhan blames Jews for the slave trade, plantation slavery, Jim Crow, sharecropping and general black oppression. ”

According to the Washington Examiner, the picture was captured by Askia Muhammad, during a 2005 Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) meeting on Capitol Hill. Muhammad is an openly left-biased journalist.

Muhammad told Trice Edney Wire that Obama was “in warm conversation with constituent and fellow Chicagoan Minister Louis Farrakhan.”

After taking the picture, he realized that the photograph could ruin Obama’s presidential ambitions and did not release the photo. So, he kept it “under wraps” to protect Obama’s career.

“But after the nomination was secured and all the way up until the inauguration; then for eight years after he was President, it was kept under cover,” Muhammad said, referencing keeping the photo. “It absolutely would have made a difference.”

During the democratic primary debates on February 26, 2008, Obama was asked by moderator Tim Russert if he would disavow from the Farrakhan endorsement.

Obama expressed,

“No, I have been very clear in my denunciation of Minister Farrakhan’s anti-Semitic comments, I think that they are unacceptable and reprehensible. I did not solicit this support.”

This image reveals that former President Barack Obama’s relationship with the Nation of Islam is closer than the left portrayed.

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Gay porn star gloats after causing girl to commit suicide, inciting backlash for her “homophobia.”

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On Tuesday, 23-year-old August Ames was found dead after receiving backlash from the LGBT community for perceived “homophobic” tweets. Proudly taking credit for causing her suicide and the backlash is homosexual porn star Bruce Beckham‏.

Ames, who was also an actress in the adult film industry, expressed publicly that she did not want to work with an unidentified actor, who had shot homosexual pornography. Her reasoning was for health concerns.

Incited by Beckam, members of the LGBT community then started labeling her as homophobic.

Shortly thereafter, she attempted to draw back on her tweets, but the attacks continued to roll in.

“I don’t have anything to apologize for! Apologizing for taking extra steps to [ensure] that my body stays safe? F–k you guys for attacking me when none of my intentions were malicious. I f–king love the gay community! What the f–k ever! I CHOOSE who I have inside my body. No hate,” she wrote in another tweet.

Her last tweet was “f— y’all,” and she committed suicide the following day.

Another gay porn star, Jaxton Wheeler, specifically told her to commit sucide.

He got his wish, and members of the LGBT community are happy about it.

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VINDICATED—IT’S FORGED: Over 12 discrepancies in Roy Moore’s alleged yearbook signature.

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On Monday, Beverly Young Nelson presented a yearbook that was allegedly signed by Roy Moore in 1977. In the actual signature, there are 8 discrepancies, and over a dozen with the date and location included. It is now apparent that U.S. Senatorial candidate Roy Moore is the victim of a massive political attack to destroy his campaign.

We have obtained an official signature of Judge Roy Moore from a U.S. Term Limits Amendment Pledge that he signed on July 24, 2017.

First we will begin with the “Roy Moore” signature in the 1977 year book, and compare it to his actual signature:

1. The 1977 Yearbook has a loop in the first downward stroke of the letter “R.” The actual signature does not.

2. The middle of the uppercase “R” is mangled, and does not meet with the second upward stroke, as it does with the actual signature.

3. The lowercase “y” has a large loop. The actual signature does not.

4. The closing stroke of the signature with the letter “y” extends outward. The letter “y” in the actual signature extends upward, loops and then goes downward, after crossing the first loop of the uppercase “R” twice.

5. The starting point begins at the top arch of the uppercase “M” and then loops before creating the first arch. In the actual signature, the starting point begins below the first arch, and does not have a loop.

6. There is not a tail on the closing stroke of the uppercase “M.” In the actual signature, there is a tail.

7. The first “o” is larger than the second “o.” In the actual signature, the second “o” is larger than the first “o.”

8. The “e” in the 1977 year book signature has a small loop. The “e” in the actual signature has a large loop.

Secondly, we will compare the “Olde Hickory House” to his printed name.

9. The “e” is clearly different and has a starting point below the line, then loops. The actual printed “e” directly begins with the loop.

10. The lowercase “r” is uppercase. In the actual printed writing, the “r” is clearly lowercase.

11. The “y” has a curved dip. The actual printed “y” has a sharp angled stroke.

12. The “o” is opened on the right. In the actual printed writing, the “o” is indented on the left and closed.

As you can see, this is a clear forgery.

This observation of the signature and handwriting verifies Moore’s claim that did not sign the yearbook or know Nelson. He also expressed that he was unaware of the “Olde Hickory House” location.

“I can tell you without hesitation this is absolutely false,” Moore told reporters on Tuesday. “I never did what she said I did. I don’t even know the woman. I don’t know anything about her. I don’t even know where the restaurant is or was.”

This yearbook was used as evidence to frame Roy Moore as attempting to rape the girl that owned the book. Ironically, rather than substantiating the molestation accusation, the forgery has actually vindicated Judge Moore.

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