Monday, November 28, 2011

Hello UWF,

Here is an invite to a Christmas Art Show that features one of our UWF Members; Anne Marie Oborn! It is this coming weekend in the Joseph Smith Memorial Building. Thanks K

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

The Davis County Republican Party is looking for some volunteers to help with our Get Out The Vote Campaign that is going on right now. If you and your family members would like to help please send me back a quick email reply. They need help anywhere from North Salt Lake all the way up to South Weber, so you can choose any area close to home to serve.

Thanks Kris K
Hello UWF,

Here is a fun fundraising event right here in Bountiful!

Breakfast with Santa in Bountiful! Proceeds go to the Bountiful Food Bank!

Saturday, December 3, 2011
8:00am until 11:00am
It is our annual 'Breakfast with Santa' at The Wight House Reception Center! $8.00 per participant or bring in two cans of food and save two dollars. Prizes, games and breakfast with Santa -- what could be better? ALL proceeds go to the Bountiful Food Bank!

In January………..

Many of you have had an opportunity to hear Rep. Lavar Christensen speak at our UWF meeting and love his willingness to stand and protect our families. We are not part of his District, however he loves the support we have shown him and wants to extend an invitation to attend a Concert with Collin Raye here in Utah. To order tickets call 801-572-9878, further details are listed below.

Collin Raye Benefit Concert
o When Friday, January 6, 2012
o Time 7:30pm until 10:30pm

Dear Friends,

I am pleased and honored to share with you a very special upcoming event and memorable night of award-winning music.

Please join me as we usher in what is sure to be a very important New Year, 2012. On January 6th at the Jordan High School Auditorium in Sandy, I am hosting a semi-private concert by my friend and platinum recording artist, Collin Raye. Please save the date and join in an enjoyable and patriotic celebration of the spirit of America and the great State of Utah. You will love the show! Over 30 top country pop hits and twenty years of music memories. (Please see the event announcement that I have posted. A larger version is available at

As both a fund-raiser and a sincere thank you to all the citizens in our District and throughout Utah, please spread the word and urge others to join in the continuing quest to promote principled government. Tickets average $40 per seat and all contributions are deeply appreciated. Additional sponsor opportunities are also available and more information will be coming as the event draws near. Don't miss this great night of music and help keep our State and Country great.

Thank you for your support and all the good you do. All the best to you.


Representative LaVar Christensen
Office 801-572-9878
Cell 801-550-1040
Home 801-571-8603

Friday, November 11, 2011

Good Morning and Happy Veteran’s Day

We again want to thank American Legion Post 79 of Bountiful Utah for Posting the Colors for us at our Meeting this week. Today that same AL Post 79 is holding a special Veteran’s Day Program at the American Legion Hall 52 W. 200 S. The public is welcome to attend. It will begin at 11:00am.

Tonight at the American Legion Hall a new Constitution Class will begin, this time you will learn about the Constitution itself after this class you will not only be able to read, but you’ll actually understand the language of that amazing document. Most importantly you will learn the Constitution from the original intent. This is a perspective that is no longer taught in our schools universities or even law schools. Constitutional lawyers are taught about the Constitution but only from a perspective of case law, not on the history and founding of the document. When you finish with this course you will be well equipped to ask the important questions to our 2012 group of candidates. The attached flyer has all the details.

Next week for those of you living in the southern Davis County below Cherry Hills; Cherilyn Eager will be speaking and sharing information about her Congressional Race. She is running for the 2nd Congressional District that is currently held by Jim Matheson. Southern Davis; Bountiful Area and such is now in the 2nd Congressional District. Rob Bishop will no longer be representing us. Cherilyn will be at Dalane England’s home 2692 Grand Oak Cir. Bntfl. At 6:30PM on November 16. This is a great way for you to meet Cherilyn up close and personal so you can make a more educated decision when election time comes in 2012.

Have a wonderful Veteran’s Day,

Kris K

Friday, November 4, 2011

Stop right now and take your red marker and circle November 9th! That is the date of our next UWF Meeting. We have an amazing guest speaker you will not want to miss. Retired Colonel Jack Tueller a Bountiful resident in his 92 year will inspire us with amazing stories from WWII. He will also pleasure us with his expertise as a trumpet player. He truly is a National Treasure.

We have more Treasurers here in Bountiful as 6 year old Eleanor McChesney along with her 4 year old sister Amelia will recite the Gettysburg Address from memory. This will be a wonderful meeting that will help us remember and honor our Veterans who have so willing served and protected our Liberty and Freedoms.

We look forward to seeing you there and as always bring a friend.

Thanks Kris K

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Hello UWF,

Tonight we are hosting a Meet the Candidate Event, we need you to be there with 3 or 4 of your friends and neighbors. We all need to be educated so we make the best choice for our City Council. 7:00PM at City Hall 790 S. 100 E. behind the library. Knowledge is power.

Also tomorrow is the deadline for the Davis County Flag Contest if you have any Jr. High or High School Students who were working towards the honor of creating the first every Republican County Flag and win a $50 iTune Card in the process.

Thanks Kris K

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

*** Location Change for Meet the Candidate Event****

Please be aware that the Bountiful Meet the Candidate Event is being held in the Bountiful City Chambers 790 S. 100E. (behind the Library) this coming Thursday Night October 27th at 7:00PM. If you have questions for the candidates please submit them to me via email at

Make sure someone from your household attends so that you can make an informed decision on who to vote for in this important municipal race. You can vote for as many as 3 candidates in this race.

Feel free to forward this email to all your Bountiful friends and neighbors.

Thanks Kris Kimball

Saturday, October 22, 2011

Meet the Candidates Night (Bountiful City Council)

Send this to your friends and family in Bountiful!

October 27, 2011
7 p.m.
American Legion Hall
52 West 200 South
This is an opportunity to meet all of the candidates who are
running for
Bountiful City Council

The election is set for November 8, 2011.
This is a great chance to vet the candidates!

If you have any questions, please call!
See you there!

Dalane M England

"A nation of well informed men who have been taught to know and prize the rights which God has given them cannot be enslaved. It is in the region of ignorance that tyranny begins." Benjamin Franklin

Wednesday, October 19, 2011


Date: October 12, 2011
Time: 10 a.m. to 12 noon
Place: American Legion Hall, 52 W. 200 S., Bountiful, Utah

Topic: The ABC's of Common Core Curriculum: The New Nationwide Curriculum and Assessments

Presenters Dalane England and Pamela Smith

Common Core has been renamed Utah Core. On the surface it looks wonderful; it is essentially about raising and setting standards, which is a universal goal. The presenters said that they don's have as much of an issue with the standards as they do with the curriculum and assessments that are tied to the standards.

Although Utah Core is being touted as an effort by the individual States to improve education, and that States are not required to participate, it is being funded through consortiums that are federally funded, which are providing the writing assessments and curriculum, and it is being designed by UNESCO--the United Nations. It is seen by conservatives as a backdoor strategy to give greater control of education to the Federal Government.

Governor Herbert has signed an agreement on behalf of the State of Utah to adopt Common Core/Utah Core. The Common Core curriculum is still being written, but Utah's teachers are being prepared to implement it at this time. If any of the curriculum does not meet the standards and values of Utah, our children will still be required to be taught those standards/values.

The math assessments that have been written to date have totally reconstructed math and the way it is taught. Educators are concerned because this method will be a big step backward. Geometry and Algebra won't be taught categorically, with new math skills being built upon previous learning, but will be integrated into basic math. Teachers report that it is very difficult for students to understand, and that only the very mathematically adept will be able to grasp it. Also, assessments are different than tests because the answers are subjective. The educator does not see the questions and answers, only the final score, so the students' needs cannot be determined and addressed. The presenters report that one of the questions has to do with how many kittens a cat can produce in a specified amount of time--which has no correct answer, but will be determined by the computer program whether or not it is 'correct'. Also, the child's future vocation will be determined by the outcome of the testing by as early as 7th grade, according to the testing evaluation, not according to the teacher's evaluation, nor the child's and the parents' understanding and inclinations.

Pres. Obama's administration is offering the States who sign on to Common Core to be relieved of the No Child Left Behind requirements. The presenters state that now is the time to act. Once a lot of money and effort have been invest in CCSS/UC, it will be difficult to back out. They are asking that the following:

1. Contact a school board member to discuss this issue one-to-one. They note that a power point presentation will be made available to you via e-mail to assist in your discussion.
2. Write a letter to the Governor addressing your concerns and asking him to withdraw Utah's participation in this program immediately.
3. Talk to your friends and family and educate them on the consequences.

For information and documentation of all of our information, please go to: and,
NCE website: 1992, NCEE invited the University of Pittsburgh, 23 states, 6 cities and three national foundations to join with it in creating New Standards - and,
NCEE math standards questioned:

Many more sources are available. For more, contact Dalane England.

Sunday, October 2, 2011

Upcoming Events

Hello UWF,

October is here and there are some events you will want to get on your calendar. First our monthly October UWF Meeting will be held on Oct.12th 10:00-12:00pm at The American Legion Hall in Bountiful. We will be discussing the new Common Core State Standards that have been adopted into all the Public and Charter Schools. Come and get educated on the concerns with this unproven "One Size Fits All" standards, curriculum, and assessments and how it can effect your children.

UWF of Salt Lake will be hosting Kevin Freeman the author of "Econimic Warfare; Risks and Responses" this event is open to teeh public and so if you are interested in hearing his facinating story that has been shared on Glenn Beck and Fox News you will want to make sure you call Sue and RSVP so she can reserve you a seat. Details of this event are on the attatched flyer.

Thanks Kris K

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Thank you to all who attended our 1st meeting of the new year, we were excited to see so many of you attend. There has been many inquires in regards to the DVD we showed at our meeting; The Problem with Same Sex Marriage. If you would like to order your personal copy to have on hand to educate your family and friends you can buy one at this link for 14.95.
We will also have a copy that we will keep in our Library for loaning out.

With the start of our new year it is time for our UWF $10.00 Membership Renewal
(There was a $10.00 cash membership received at our last meeting, but no form for me to know who it belongs to. Please let me know if you paid without turning in a membership form).

We had many sign up to help with our luncheon assignments, right now we are looking for someone who can help with a salad in March and a salad in May.

This week we have a Patriot’s Assembly in Bountiful on Friday Night with Dr. Glenn Kimber, he along with his father in law Dr. Cleon Skousen conducted many Making of America Seminars and have written over 100 books on the Constitution and Freedom. We will also be pleased to hear from Representative Curt Oda that same evening. If you are a Patriot and love America you will want to come and listen to Dr. Kimber and The Tale of Two Constitutions. It is important for us to be effective citizens by learning how our Constitution has changed since it was given to us by the Founders. Friday night at the American Legion Hall in Bountiful 52 W. 200 S. 7:00PM.

If Friday Night doesn’t work in your schedule, we have another Patriot’s Assembly on Thursday Night, the 29th up at the Layton Christian Academy on HWY193 in Layton. Complete details for both of these events are found in the attachments.

Last but not least the Davis County Republican Party is sponsoring a Contest for the Youth in Davis County. They want a new flag designed to represent the DCRP at State and County Conventions. They want the youth of Davis County to be involved and come up with a design for this 1st of it’s kind flag. All the details are on the attached flyer any students that are in Jr, High or High School living in Davis County may participate. The winner will receive recognition for having designed the 1st Republican Party Flag in the state as well as a $50.00 iTunes Card. So let your kids know so they can participate in this fun contest.

Thanks Kris K

Thursday, March 24, 2011


United Women's Forum is hosting an important community event coming up on Friday Night April 1st. The North Salt Lake Gang Task Force Officer would like to get the public educated especially those of you with students in Jr. High and High School about the Gang Troubles that are being seen in Davis County.

Location: Bountiful City Hall
Time: 7:00 pm

Everyone is invited to attend. This will be a helpful and informative meeting to teach us what is going on with gangs around us.

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

United Women’s Forum Minutes - March 16, 2011

Conducting: Diane Prince
Prayer: Edith Baker
Pledge: Laura Dixon

Announcements: Kris Kimball
South Davis Gang Awareness Night April 1,2011 at 7:00PM Bountiful City Hall Constitution Classes Tuesday 22nd 9:30-11:30am 187 N. 300 E. Centerville .
Raising money to add a cistern to our school in Miguneni. Purchase Sprite or Coke earrings for 10.00 to help raise money.
State School Board Meeting April 8th 8:00am 250 E. 500 S. Free Parking behind the USSB building.
The maturation program will be brought up for discussion.
UWF Library; books and DVD’s are available to loan for paid members of the UWF. Yearly membership is $10.00.
Gun Safety/Concealed Weapons Class will be scheduled soon on a Saturday with Rep. Curt Oda.
Next Meeting will be on Wednesday April 13th 10:00-12:00. Salad Assignments: Esther Anderton and Leilani Numbers. Guest Speaker is Senator Margaret Dayton.

Principle is #6 All Men are Created Equal.
Principle #25/UN Report - Principle #25 refers to avoiding entangles alliances. Many of our Founding Fathers spoke out against entangling alliances with foreign countries and the dangers it would bring. Even as recent as 1939 J. Reuben Clark spoke out against America being involved in World Wars.
He felt we should be a Nation of Neutrality, his speech is found under Principle #25.

Four of our United Women Forum Members traveled to New York earlier this month to attend the UN Conference on the Status of Women. Dalane England, Kris Kimball, Anne Marie Oborn and Janet Seamons. They each took a few minutes to share some of their experiences at the UN. Some of their report will follow.

Special Guest Rep. Jim Nielson: Jim shared some of his inside insights as a new Freshman Legislator. He also made comments on controversial bills like immigration and the GRAMA HB477. He talked about the bills that he especially found interesting to work on. He did oppose any of the bills that were going to increase the sales tax on food. He also is looking into exactly what is happening to the school trust land money. He explained the GRAMA bill and his vote for the bill. He also talked about bills that he liked and supported that got voted down. Like Carl Wimmer’s Bill to have a Super Majority approval for any tax increase of any kind, that bill never made it out of committee. It is a long 45 day Session and we appreciate the time and work Jim put into the session. Jim’s cell number is 801-425-1737 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              801-425-1737      end_of_the_skype_highlighting begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 801-425-1737
and his website is

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Report from UN Meeting

Family Watch International

In This Issue:
President’s Message:
Multiple Pro-Family Victories
at CSW!
News Items of Interest
Homosexuality Related
Marriage Related
News Items of General Interest
Have We Gone Mad?

March 14, 2011

Multiple Pro-Family Victories at CSW!

Nations Stand Strong on Family Issues

Probably the single most exciting thing to emerge from this year’s CSW was witnessing the great unity that existed on critical family issues among a loose coalition of pro-family nations which included the African, Islamic, and Caribbean voting blocs, Russia, and the Holy See (the Vatican). The Vatican holds UN observer status and aggressively defends the family in UN negotiations.

On several critical family issues, this loose coalition of UN member states and the Holy See refused to succumb to the pressure to ram through anti-family provisions that was exerted on them by the European Union (EU), the United States, and several other developed nations, as well as from UN agencies such as the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).

In all the UN conferences I have attended, I have never seen the pro-family delegations better prepared and more resolute in defending the family.

Negotiations on the Agreed Conclusions document often continued late into the night, and on some nights even into the wee morning hours. Delegates debated language regarding “negative gender stereotypes,” the definition of “gender,” “comprehensive sexuality education,” “sex education,” parental rights to guide the sex education of their children, and many other controversial terms and phrases intended to advance the liberal sexual rights agenda in subtle and deceptive ways.

A Major Victory: Reference to HIV/AIDS Guidelines Deleted

One of the major victories was defeating very bad language in another CSW document being negotiated simultaneously which addresses the HIV/AIDS pandemic.

For the last several years at CSW the European Union (EU) has proposed an amendment to this HIV/AIDS resolution aimed at endorsing a controversial version of a document called “The International Guidelines on HIV/AIDS and Human Rights.”

Sounds like a great document right?

Not so fast.

Among other things of concern, these HIV/AIDS Guidelines call for the legalization of same-sex marriage, legalized prostitution, protections for “men having sex with men,” mandatory and graphic sexuality education for children and penalties for people who criticize homosexuality.

Our primary goal at each CSW conference is to ensure that there is no reference endorsing these dangerous guidelines. One of the key things we did to get the reference to the Guidelines deleted was to distribute the controversial excerpts to pro-family delegations with an analysis of our concerns. We also provided delegations with our new policy brief entitled, “Wrongheaded UN HIV/AIDS Policies Versus Evidence-Based Approaches” which contains emerging research showing that many of the things the HIV/AIDS Guidelines promote actually fuel the AIDS pandemic.

In addition we presented this brief in a PowerPoint presentation at one of the CSW Family Rights Caucus meetings we organized.

So what happened?

With critical last minute help from Russia, the Islamic and African delegates joined the Holy See in successfully deleting the reference to the Guidelines once again!

FWI Presentations and Events

FWI organized and led a total of three Family Rights Caucus meetings, and two “side events” (seminars for delegates and NGO representatives) and participated on two other important panels. We also presented our new policy brief “Myths and Facts About Maternal Mortality and Abortion” at a side event we co-sponsored.

And finally, in addition to consulting with UN Member States on the CSW documents that were under negotiations, (the most important work we do at the UN), we met with UN delegates and Ambassadors on a number of upcoming family issues.

Link to Our More Detailed, Revealing and Insightful Reports

I do not have room in this president’s message to do more than hit some of the highlights of our many successes. For interesting details and to get a real feel for what happens at CSW for good and for bad, click here. We hope you will take the time to read this as it describes some of the specific threats to the family we dealt with and includes revealing statements from our opposition that were heard at a number of CSW events.

This report also includes some of our personal experiences. One is my encounter with a discouraged delegate who after we talked for a while told me that she was convinced that God intended that we meet at CSW. Another recounts how one of our panel presentations brought a UN Ambassador and others in the audience to tears. One particularly interesting report is of a conversation that one of our young male volunteers had with a young woman who was attending specifically, she said, to promote premarital sex and sexual pleasure. As you will see, that conversation was an eye-opening experience for both of them, but it also capsulizes what we confront at these UN meetings.

Many readers will also no doubt be interested in the comic book presented at two CSW events that uses the infamous “Yogyakarta Principles” to encourage youth to assert their “rights” to enter into same-sex relationships with their peers.

Finally, I want to recognize our amazing CSW team of dedicated volunteers led by Family Watch’s Director of UN Activities, Annie Franklin. Our team consisted of 18 representatives from the U.S., Canada, Nigeria, Mexico, Uruguay, Spain, and the UK. Without them we would not have been able to accomplish all the many things we did. I summarize in more detail the important contributions our team members made in my more detailed report.

Once again I want to thank all of you who support FWI financially. We could not accomplish what we do without your financial support. Unfortunately, we have several more critical UN meetings coming up in the next few months and, frankly, we do not have the funds we need to adequately cover them.

If you can support us financially, I invite you do so. Even small amounts are helpful, and because FWI is a 501(c)(3) organization under the Internal Revenue Code, contributions are tax deductible for U.S. taxpayers. Click here to contribute.

Sharon Slater
Sharon Slater

We Urgently Need Your Help!

We have never faced greater challenges to the family and family values than we do now and there is no doubt these challenges will only increase in the months ahead. Not only do we face more threats at the UN than ever before but at the national level we are fighting to defend marriage in the U.S., prevent the liberalization of abortion and dealing with other issues as well. As a result, our budget is stretched to the breaking point.

Please help in this effort to defend the family and family values by making the most generous contribution you can. Contributions are tax-deductible for U.S. taxpayers and any amount you contribute will be used effectively and efficiently. You can easily make a secure contribution on line here or print out a form to mail in a contribution.

News Items of Interest

U.S. Abortions Declined in 2007. Data on abortion statistics for 2007 released by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control show that abortions were nearly at a 10-year low that year. The figure is the second lowest since 1998. The statistics also showed that New York had the most abortions of any U.S. state, and among racial and ethnic groups, black women had the highest abortion rate. Read more here.

New Planned Parenthood Report Shows It Performed Record Number of Abortions. According to a fact sheet published by Planned Parenthood Federation of America, 332,278 abortions were performed in 2009, an increase of 2.5 percent from the previous year. The organization also distributed over 1.5 million emergency contraception kits. Read more here.

Homosexuality Related

U.S. Judge Rules Anti-gay Shirts Worn by Students OK. The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of appeals ruled that students at Neuqua Valley High School in Illinois are allowed to wear T-shirts that say “Be Happy, Not Gay.” School officials prohibited students from wearing the shirts to prevent hurt feelings. The ruling stated that a “school that permits advocacy of the rights of homosexual students cannot be allowed to stifle criticism of homosexuality.” Read more here.

UK High Court Rules Foster Parents Must Affirm Homosexuality. A Christian couple has been banned from being foster parents because according to the court, homosexual rights “should take precedence” over religious beliefs. Owen and Eunice Johns were told that their Christian beliefs could conflict with homosexual children who might be placed in their care, although the couple has stated that they would accept and love any child in their care regardless of their sexual orientation. Read more here.

Marriage Related

Facebook Adds Civil Unions Option to Profiles. The world’s largest online social networking Web site has added civil unions and domestic partnerships to the list of relationships that individuals can choose to describe their status. The nonprofit organization Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation has been working with Facebook on the changes. Read more here.

Same-sex Couple Files Discrimination Complaint. The homosexual couple is claiming they were subjected to discrimination by the owners of two Illinois bed and breakfast establishments that refused to rent out their facilities for a ceremony and reception. Illinois recently passed legislation legalizing civil unions. The complaints were filed with the Illinois Attorney General’s office and the Department of Human Rights. Read more here.

U.S. House Speaker Boehner to Defend DOMA. Shortly after the Obama administration announced that it would not defend the Defense of Marriage Act in court, Boehner said that the House of Representatives would take action to defend the constitutionality of the legislation. The first step will be to convene a meeting of the Bipartisan Legal Advisory Group. Read more here.

Black Americans Concerned About Obama’s DOMA Decision. It is believed that religious African Americans who came out in record numbers to defeat Prop 8 in California also may have helped to elect Barack Obama. With Obama’s announcement that the government will no longer defend the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) some African Americans are reconsidering their views. Read more here.

UK Catholic Church Will Fight Government on Civil Unions. The church has declared that it will oppose in the “strongest terms” changes in legislation that will allow same-sex couples to hold civil partnership ceremonies in houses of worship. Churches and Christian groups have criticized the decision to lift the ban that previously prohibited such ceremonies. Read more here.

Same-sex Marriage in Mexico City After One Year. Seven hundred same-sex couples have married in Mexico City since same-sex marriage was legalized one year ago. There have been 367 male couples and 333 female couples married. All but 73 individuals were Mexican citizens. Read more here.

“Marriage” No Longer Recorded in Birth Statistics Great Britain. Instead, official statistics will record the number of pregnant women who were in a “legal partnership.” The Labour government decided in 2003 that the word “marriage” should be removed from official documents so as not to discriminate against homosexuals. Read more here.

California Attorney General Seeks Resumption of Same-Sex Marriage. State Attorney General Kamala Harris has requested that the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals consider allowing same-sex marriage to resume immediately. Read more here.

Maryland Homosexual Marriage Bill Unexpectedly Dies. The Maryland House unexpectedly could not muster the votes to pass the homosexual marriage bill that has already been passed by the senate. Passage had been considered certain in the traditionally more liberal House of Delegates. However, strong and growing opposition from black churches and the Catholic Archdiocese stalled the bill and convinced enough legislators, including a number of the actual cosponsors of the bill who withdrew their support, to oppose the bill, killing it. Read more here.

Unusual Gay/Lesbian Marriages Working in Israel. A program to promote marriages between homosexual men and lesbians is showing surprising successes, including some children. Read more here.

News Items of General Interest

Study Finds More U.S. Teens Not Having Sex. The study released by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that among youth ages 15 to 24, the percentage who said they had never had sex rose from 22 percent to about 28 percent. Interviews were conducted with 5,300 young people, making this survey the largest ever done on sexuality. Read more here.

Teen Pregnancy Rate at 30-year Low in Great Britain. In 2009 there were 38.3 pregnancies per thousand among 15- to 17-year-old teens. This is a 5.9 percent decrease from the previous year. There is concern that funding cuts to teenage pregnancy services could reverse the trend. Read more here.

U. S. Teachers Union Promotes Graphic Sex Ed at UN. The Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute reports that at a parallel event during the Commission on the Status of Women meetings in New York, a representative from the National Education Association, the largest teachers union in the U. S., stated that “oral sex, masturbation and orgasms need to be taught in education.” Read more here.

Pedophilia a Sexual Orientation. In a parliamentary session on Bill C-54, legislation relating to sexual offenses against children, psychology experts stated that pedophilia can be considered a “sexual orientation.” Read more here.

UNAIDS Study Finds Reduction in Zimbabwe HIV Rate due to Abstinence, Fidelity. HIV prevalence has dropped 50 percent in Zimbabwe since the late 1990s, and according to Daniel Halperin, PhD of the Harvard School of Public Health,” partner reduction appears to have played a crucial role in reversing the HIV epidemic.” Read more here.

Have We Gone MAD?

Bizarre, real-life examples that make us wonder. . . Have We Gone MAD?
Weapons of Trash Destruction
by Seymour D. Kaye

It had to happen.

It was just a matter of time.

If you yourself are not a video game player, then you either gave birth to one, married one, live next door to one, work with one, go to school with one, or spend a national holiday with one.

Do not, NOT send this to them.

You will not want them to know about this uber sleazy video game. “We Dare,” manufactured by Ubisoft for the Wii gaming system, is touted as “a sexy, quirky, party game that offers a large variety of hilarious, innovative and physical, sometimes kinky, challenges.”

You will not want them to know that the Wii controller is used “in the most unexpected ways, as you’ve never imagined before.” They aren’t kidding.

You will not want them to know that the game fits into the genre “Sexy Party Game,” and it requires that you “get up-close and personal with your friends” in a “wide variety of naughty and silly challenges.” There are “40 fun and flirtatious games” to be exact. The introductory video showed only a few of the 40, but their suggestion that the game is an “invitation to let yourself go because life is short and what happens in this game . . . stays in the game,” appeared disgustingly accurate.

You will not want them to know that the game includes “a satisfying finish” that “ends in a light hearted, match-making session.” I believe another word for this is . . . orgy.

Ubisoft says the target is men and women 20-35 years old, but the game is rated for age 12+.



Ages 12 years and up.

The good news for those of us who live in the U.S. is that the game will not be released here. For those of you outside the U.S. this is bad news.

So consider yourself warned. If your 12-year-old child brings home a Wii video game that claims to be suitable for an adolescent his age, take a good look at the cover. If it has women’s underwear and handcuffs on the cover, grab it and run, don’t walk, to the nearest trash can and throw it in.

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Notice to Attend UN Meeting in April

Many of you who were unable to attend our Meeting this week have been interested in what we saw and heard at the UN CSW. In the correction box below are 2 links with great information put together by Family Watch International on what we saw and heard at this conference. Dalane England, Janet Seamons, Anne Marie Oborn and Kris Kimball attended the UN CSW with the Eagle Forum NGO. While at the UN we helped to support many of the pro-family groups such as The Howard Center, Family First, United Families International and Family Watch International. They is a real need for help at the UN with other like-minded pro-family people. The next conference dealing with Women’s Reproductive Rights is coming up April 11-15th. If you would be interested in attending please call Kris Kimball.