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San Diego Komen Office Receives Death Threats

Unfortunately, Planned Parenthood does alot more than breast cancer screenings. I suggest you research the painful past and unfortunate events of Planned Parenthood founders.

KPBS does a great job interviewing Planned Parenthood and feminist supports. I thought this was public radio! How about interviewing the other side? There are plenty of bright, successful, career oriented, loving women/wives/mothers out there that don't agree with the feminist agenda.

February 3, 2012 at 9:24 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Planned Parenthood, Komen Rift Centers On Abortion

Unfortunately, Planned Parenthood does alot more than breast cancer screenings. If you don't care how your donations are used, donate to Planned Parenthood. If you really care about breast cancer screenings, there are plenty of organizations that focus on this noteworthy cause. Don't think about this issue emotionally. Take a logical perspective.

February 3, 2012 at 9:14 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

School's Homecoming Couple Sparks 'Hateful' Comments

Typical! I am not surprised Mr. Beiser ignored complaints and dismissed them as "hateful and intolerant" and not "traditional and wise." Anytime the LBGT community and its supporters listen to opposition, they call it "hateful and intolerant." California schools are in danger of more of this type of stuff because the CTA are huge supporters of the LGBT agenda. California public schools and its liberal staff propel children into the optional LBGT lifestyle.
I wish California law makers would consider a voucher program that would allow traditional families to move their children to private traditional schools.

California voters opposed Prop 8, so I assume there are a lot of students and families at Patrick Henry that oppose this liberal mindset. Unfortunately, they stay quiet and go into the closet because Mr. Beiser and liberal educators will shut them down and call them hateful and intolerant.

I don't support violence and bullying. Traditional families have the right to express their opposition within peaceful means and Mr. Beiser should find a better solution.

November 1, 2011 at 8:31 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

End Of 'Don't Ask Don't Tell' Arrives With Little Fanfare

I don't understand why people must announce their sexual orientation (heterosexual, homosexual, etc...). This is a private matter and the workplace (military or civilian) is not the place. Please explain.

I don't support the LGBT lifestyle, but I do agree that all workplaces (military or civilian) must maintain a professional and respectful environment.

September 23, 2011 at 12:26 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Safe Sex Messages Seem To Be Falling Short

The "heat of the moment" is just an excuse for lack of responsibility, poor self control, and lack of muturity. Sex is best between a monogamist married couple. All other forms of sex will lead you to death. I say, "have unprotected perverse sex and accept the consequences." Stop making excuses!

July 7, 2011 at 2:49 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

The Bible And Homosexuality

Typically, these types of debates become Christians VS LGBTs; however, KPBS and LGBT supporters fail to recognize that millions of non-Christians are also against the LGBT movement from an un-natural perspective. Myself and most of my childhood friends knew from a nature perspective that something was wrong about a boy thinking he was a girl. My parents didn't tell me and we didn't go to church. It made sense to me. I was born a boy, looked like a boy, spoke like a boy, etc... therefore; I am a boy. The LGBT community will continue to force this idealogy on us. The media is a powerful rich force that is part of this brain washing. The LBGT lifestyle is the epitome of the emotional "ME" society. In other words, I based my decisions on what I feel and give a rat's butt about anybody else but "me." We live in a selfish society which fits well with the LGBT agenda. Steve Stanton is a good example of this selfish egocentric mindset. He cared more about his emotions and his desires above his marriage and family. KPBS and the LGBT community have become an apparent partnership.

October 18, 2010 at 12:23 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Fiorina Supporters Court Conservative Latinos

Myself, my family, and my wife's family are former illegal aliens, passive Catholics, and semi-fluent in the English language. Unlike our older generation (35-88) relatives in the U.S., the younger folks in our family (15-34), are less and less conservative. The U.S. and its culture dilutes and de-sensitizes our traditional/conversative values. Latinos are split between Democrats, who pass some laws that benefit Latinos only (immigration, job creation, medical benefits, etcs..) and Republicans who reinforce traditional/conservative values. During the Prop 8 vote, we had a family get together (60+) and discovered that the younger generation was more accepting to single parenting, liberal sexual orientation, abortion, fornication, etc.. We discovered that there was a language barrier. Latinos, like my parents and grand parents who haven't mastered the English language, vote without clearly knowing what's at stake and what the impact will be. We also discovered that Latino's don't vote according to their conservative Catholic/Christian faith. Phyllis Lozano fails to admit that she represents the new genertion American Latino. Unforutunately, Latin America is adopting America's liberal culture. If it wasn't for political corruption, unemployment, and crime in our homeland, most latino immigrants would rather live in their traditional/conservative homeland.

October 5, 2010 at 12:29 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Appeals Court Asked To Block Start Of Same-Sex Weddings

I was wondering if same sex marriage supporters would support my version of marriage. I would like to marry two women. Both women and I are consenting adults and we would like to redefine marriage for our cause too. This form of marriage makes us happy and it's our civil right to be happy. Nobody has a right to keep us from loving each other and being happy.

August 13, 2010 at 9:56 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Ending 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'

I had a typo. Whether America and its military tries to convince us that the LBGT lifestyle is natural, we need to have the courage to say it is not natural, for religious and non-religious reason.

February 9, 2010 at 1:14 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Ending 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'

As a military member for 16 years, I will follow orders as directed, regardless of my personal view. What is my view? I believe sexual orientation (hetero, homo, bi, etc.) is a private matter. I don't understand why it's necesarry to make an announcement. We fail to see the real issue. The issue is that gays and lesbians are getting kicked out of the military. I say, "keep it
professional," "keep it private," and "don't discharge gays and lesbians." We need to change the real issue, not make it a big LBGT parade. Whether America and its military tries to convince us that the LBGT lifestyle is unnatural, we need to have the courage to say it is not natural, for religious and non-religious reason. There are plenty of non Christians that know that LBGTism (is this a word?) is not natural. Based on natual law, nature establishes our orientation. You may have other tendencies but you can't debate nature. If LBGTism was normal, LGBTs would not internally struggle so much to just be. From a sexual orientation/preference perspective there are several sexual orientations one may prefer or want to experience (gay, lesbian, bi, beastiality, pedophilia, cyber-sex, origies, etc.) but it doesn't mean it's right!

February 9, 2010 at 1:12 p.m. ( | suggest removal )