Peter LaBarbera is the president of Americans for Truth About Homosexuality, a non-partisan, non-profit group dedicated to exposing the homosexual-bisexual-transgender activist agendas.
This Crosstalk began with Jim having Peter comment on remarks by President Obama, remarks that came during a speech given before the United Nations at the end of September. Obama claimed that citizens are demanding respect for the dignity of all people regardless of gender, race, religion, disability or sexual orientation and those who deny others such dignity are subject to public reproach.
In another comment, Obama communicated that in order to move forward, the path to global integration requires a course correction. He feels that those who promote the benefits of globalization have ignored inequality within and among nations.
Obama also credited youth as being more educated, more tolerant and more inclusive diverse and creative than our generation. They are more empathetic and compassionate toward other human beings than previous generations. Peter debunked that by pointing to the attitude of those who don’t even want to hear about the ex-gay movement that runs counter to the president’s radical LGBTQ agenda. Regarding compassion, he noted how Obama is a radical supporter of abortion. So where’s the compassion for the most helpless and defenseless in our society?
President Obama seemingly wants to take this agenda across the globe. For example, Jim read a headline from last month that reads: ‘Obama legacy: A Quiet Mission to Export Gay Rights Overseas.
As this Crosstalk continued, Jim and Peter discussed the following:
–The first transgender soldiers are now seeking formal Army recognition.
–A transgender ‘daughter’ of a U.S. airman who is stationed in Germany will now be allowed to use the girls restroom.
–Democrats are insisting that negotiators draft a final defense policy bill that will leave out any kind of exemption for contractors who refuse to participate due to sexual orientation issues.
–The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case involving transgender restroom use.
–Gay rights activists launch the largest ever push for Democrat candidates.
–The ‘Better than Bullying’ initiative seeks 500 million dollars in funding for states and includes explicit policies protecting and providing resources for LGBTQ students and their families.
–The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) is marking November (National Adoption Month) by noting Clinton’s inclusive family leave plan that embraces LBGTQ families who adopt.
–A transgender man pleads guilty to the videotaping of women in Target store.
–Airbnb tells customers they must pledge to respect sexual orientation and gender identity.
–The children’s magazine known as ‘Highlights’ is facing pressure to include homosexual families in their magazine.