I highly recommend that no Christian-like group get any secular funding. Millions of holier-than-thou predators pray for the end of the world and the horrible death of millions of children and their pets. Below are the messages I sent to the Vrzaks and Marilyn Reed a week before I included the Choir in my blog about Krysta Albert calling a woman a “Nigger”. Above is the ugly cartoon of Clinton Pastor Mark Burns passed around in order to prove Democrats don’t have the best interests of Black Folks at heart. What an ugly sniveling coward. He slime a woman, then runs back in to the sanctuary of his Church.What kind of demented and bigoted Muse does this man of god have looking over his shoulder? Looks like Christian Voo-Doo to me!
I am going to fight for the right to employ Pagan Muses to create beautiful works of art. Muses have been around long before Jesus. I am going to do a painting of Belle Burch, the most hotly contested Muse – of all time! I am considering putting her in my Will. The Inspirational Sounds Gospel Choir will not get away with shaming and sliming my relationship with my Muses who INSPIRE me. What if I put a black-face on Belle?
I unselfishly suggested the Choir take over the Eugene Celebration for the sake of all Citizens. They went after me, and backed our City Enemy, Alley Valkyrie who is also on a mission. She belongs to a Wiccan church of some kind. Many witches have sought sanctuary in the Christian religions because you get to curse folks with impunity. Marilyn Reed’s threat “by any means necessary” suggests she subscribes to the End Time Terrorist Threat that many Christian Ministers employ to weaken folks that are not one of them, and have them submit to the coming ‘Killer Jesus’. This is holy terrorism that must not receive any of our tax dollars! Down with their Ugly Pictures and Visions!
Burns added that once he realized “how it was pulling people apart,” he regretted retweeting the image, which was still on his Twitter page at the time of the interview.
“But we need to begin to see each other just as Americans and really, really stop focusing on the things that divide us,” Burns continued. “And that message was a divisive message. And once I discovered how divisive it was — this is not the campaign talking, this is not somebody yelling in my ear saying you need to take that down or this is Mark Burns all by himself, who truly loves people. And I love this country and I believe in Donald Trump for president.”
Asked how his previous retweets, including a cartoon of Clinton in blackface, which has since been deleted, bring the country together, Burns attempted to explain.
“Again, I think at the time I did my initial tweet was to reinforce my position as to point out why this particular candidate Hillary Clinton is not really good for the African-American community, because the Democrat party automatically assumes they own the black vote, they own that voting bloc. And because they already know that voting bloc belongs to them, very little change takes place,” Burns said. “How be it, I do know that the Republican Party in general has not as a whole party reached out to the African-American community like they should have, which is why I’m extremely proud of Mr. Trump and how he is going to be, I believe, without question the strongest Republican candidate that is declaring to the African-American community that you’re not going to be — I’m not going to leave you where we’ve left you, but we’re going to do whatever we can — all of us, all Americans, have an economic revival and that includes the African-American community.”
Allegations of racism have arisen against Festival of Eugene organizer Krysta Albert.
Many of the allegations center on a comment of “U r exactly why we call u people niggers” made to Jamie Clark on a Facebook thread belonging to Nancy Berge that has been screen captured.
Albert’s Facebook page has been removed and the Festival of Eugene event page has comments from sponsors saying they are pulling their support.
“The National Endowment for the Arts has always been bigger than life,” Mr. Armey said. “What makes it so big? It is made big by the concerted, well–funded, well–motivated efforts of the arts elite in America who want the focus to be not whether or not there will be funding for the arts but whether or not they will be in control.” (1)
On July 22, 1999, as part of his campaign to win the Republican Party’s nomination for president, George W. Bush outlined a blueprint for “Compassionate Conservatism.” He proposed that the federal government provide funds to local and faith-based organizations that have developed successful social-services programs. He also advocated allowing taxpayers who do not itemize on their federal income tax returns to take charitable deductions.
In 1978 LaHaye published The Unhappy Gays, which was later retitled What Everyone Should Know About Homosexuality. The book called homosexuals “militant, organized” and “vile.” The Unhappy Gays also argues that gays share 16 pernicious traits, including “incredible promiscuity,” “deceit,” “selfishness,” “vulnerability tosadism-masochism” and “poor health and an early death.” He speculates those who accept gays are so unhappy and those who practiced Old Testament capital punishment on gays are more “cruel and inhuman.” He has called the book “a model of compassion.” He believes that homosexuality can be cured. However, he says that such conversions are rare.
LaHaye was a harsh critic of Roman Catholicism, which he called “a false religion”. In his 1973 book Revelation Illustrated and Made Plain, he stated that the Catholic Church “is more dangerous than no religion because she substitutes religion for truth” and “is also dangerous because some of her doctrines are pseudo-Christian.”
Beverly LaHaye, alongside many other conservative leaders, has lobbied to de-fund the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA). In 1991, she testified before the Committee on Appropriations, Interior Subcommittee, of the House of Representatives to argue for de-funding of the NEA.
Ronald Reagan attempts to abolish the National Endowment for the Arts, but lacking sufficient support in Congress, was unable to abolish or defund the agency,
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