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  1. Werd my brother, congratulations. Can you start to put some weight behind Louisiana? We have people suffering here. Much love.....I'm so happy that this scene from Nixon just got blasted out of the water. You can stop it....
  2. This is all BULLSHIT, like the rest of the media campiagn against him during the election. I think you should know better ATN.
  3. I'm glad you actually have the big picture. I just hope you realize all the dots you see are somehow connected. It's truly hard to believe but once you see it you can never unsee it. And as long as the things that people want to do check out with the Constitution there should be no problem in doing it. Unfortunately as Yuri Bresmenov said it takes 20 years for Active Measures to work, one full generation. The Soviets had people planted here since the 1940s. They are about40 years over due. What you see protesting out in the streets, from the universities and the Soros funded mobs is exactly this. But no fear, it will take exactly one generation of teaching the Constitution and fundamental Birth-Born Rights to children in order to restore The Republic to what it was meant to be. If you heard Dr. Steve R. Pieczenik speak right after the election he said that there was a soft coup in this country created by elements within our own government, they were the ones leaking things to WIKILEAKS about Hillary. There are a rash of active and retired military as well as civilian intelligence officers that surrounded Trump during this election. They used Alternative Media to get the word out. And all those People that put Obama in to office for 2 terms listened. This isn't just about the United States presidential election, it was about how our country gets to help shape the world.
  4. Have to disagree with you ATN wholeheartedly. Now while you still have racist people, both sides of the fence mind you, and you still have pockets of oppression throughout the country, on a whole this country has been fleeing from that mindset. I see it in my children and their friends. It's almost as if their generation doesn't have the time or energy it takes to be racist. It's not worth the effort to them. It's not cool any more or the in thing. I know we are headed in the right direction as a people because of what I see through my children. Of course I realize everyone has their own box of stuff that they evaluate the world with, but I assure you ATN I like what I see.
  5. Had some reservations about Trump but when I saw the entire Republican establishment, the entire democratic establishment, international leaders including the Pope line up against him, I knew he wasn't perfect, but Trump was about to wreck the status quo in Washington. I've listened to what Trump has had to say and I truly believe he is a Patriot and wants to see America prosper again. He's already blown up the Republican party and now he gets to start on Washington and the Banks. He needs to look past people like Christy, Guliani and Jindal if he wants to make real fundamental change from the road to despotism that we're on. Soros funded incited race baiting won't be tolerated, SNOPES be damned as a reliable source.
  6. ANALYSIS: “Sex Change” Surgery: What Bruce Jenner Should Know — from Someone Who Suffered Through It By Walt Heyer Published on June 3, 2015 • Bruce Jenner and Diane Sawyer could benefit from a history lesson. I know, because I suffered through “sex change” surgery and lived as a woman for eight years. The surgery fixed nothing — it only masked and exacerbated deeper psychological problems. The beginnings of the transgender movement have gotten lost today in the push for transgender rights, acceptance, and tolerance. If more people were aware of the dark and troubled history of sex-reassignment surgery, perhaps we wouldn’t be so quick to push people toward it. The setting for the first transgender surgeries (mostly male-to-female) was in university-based clinics, starting in the 1950s and progressing through the 1960s and the 1970s. When the researchers tallied the results and found no objective proof that it was successful — and, in fact, evidence that it was harmful — the universities stopped offering sex-reassignment surgery. Since then, private surgeons have stepped in to take their place. Without any scrutiny or accountability for their results, their practices have grown, leaving shame, regret and suicide in their wake. The Founding Fathers of the Transgender Movement The transgender movement began as the brainchild of three men who shared a common bond: all three were pedophilia activists. The story starts with the infamous Dr. Alfred Kinsey, a biologist and sexologist whose legacy endures today. Kinsey believed that all sex acts were legitimate — including pedophilia, bestiality, sadomasochism, incest, adultery, prostitution, and group sex. He authorized despicable experiments on infants and toddlers to gather information to justify his view that children of any age enjoyed having sex. Kinsey advocated the normalization of pedophilia and lobbied against laws that would protect innocent children and punish sexual predators. Transsexualism was added to Kinsey’s repertoire when he was presented with the case of an effeminate boy who wanted to become a girl. Kinsey consulted an acquaintance of his, an endocrinologist by the name of Dr. Harry Benjamin. Transvestites, men who dressed as women, were well-known. Kinsey and Benjamin saw this as an opportunity to change a transvestite physically, way beyond dress and make-up. Kinsey and Benjamin became professional collaborators in the first case of what Benjamin would later call “transsexualism.” Benjamin asked several psychiatric doctors to evaluate the boy for possible surgical procedures to feminize his appearance. They couldn’t come to a consensus on the appropriateness of feminizing surgery. That didn’t stop Benjamin. On his own, he began offering female hormone therapy to the boy. The boy went to Germany for partial surgery, and Benjamin lost all contact with him, making any long-term follow-up impossible. The Tragic Story of the Reimer Twins The third co-founder of today’s transgender movement was psychologist Dr. John Money, a dedicated disciple of Kinsey and a member of a transsexual research team headed by Benjamin. Money’s first transgender case came in 1967 when he was asked by a Canadian couple, the Reimers, to repair a botched circumcision on their two-year-old son, David. Without any medical justification, Money launched into an experiment to make a name for himself and advance his theories about gender, no matter what the consequences to the child. Money told the distraught parents that the best way to assure David’s happiness was to surgically change his genitalia from male to female and raise him as a girl. As many parents do, the Reimers followed their doctor’s orders, and David was replaced with Brenda. Money assured the parents that Brenda would adapt to being a girl and that she would never know the difference. He told them that they should keep it a secret, so they did — at least for a while. Activist doctors like Dr. Money always look brilliant at first, especially if they control the information that the media report. Money played a skilled game of “catch me if you can,” reporting the success of the boy’s gender change to the medical and scientific community and building his reputation as a leading expert in the emerging field of gender change. It would be decades before the truth was revealed. In reality, David Reimer’s “adaptation” to being a girl was completely different from the glowing reports concocted by Money for journal articles. By age twelve, David was severely depressed and refused to return to see Money. In desperation, his parents broke their secrecy, and told him the truth of the gender reassignment. At age fourteen, David chose to undo the gender change and live as a boy. In 2000, at the age of thirty-five, David and his twin brother finally exposed the sexual abuse Dr. Money had inflicted on them in the privacy of his office. The boys told how Dr. Money took naked photos of them when they were just seven years old. But pictures were not enough for Money. The pedophilic doctor also forced the boys to engage in incestuous sexual activities with each other. The consequences of Money’s abuse were tragic for both boys. In 2003, only three years after going public about their tortured past, David’s twin brother, Brian, died from a self-inflicted overdose. A short while later, David also committed suicide. Money had finally been exposed as a fraud, but that didn’t help the grieving parents whose twin boys were now dead. The exposure of Money’s fraudulent research results and tendencies came too late for people suffering from gender issues, too. Using surgery had become well-established by then, and no one cared that one of its founders was discredited. Results from Johns Hopkins: Surgery Gives No Relief Dr. Money became the co-founder of one of the first university-based gender clinics in the United States at Johns Hopkins University, where gender reassignment surgery was performed. After the clinic had been in operation for several years, Dr. Paul McHugh, the director of psychiatry and behavioral science at Hopkins, wanted more than Money’s assurances of success immediately following surgery. McHugh wanted more evidence. Long-term, were patients any better off after surgery? McHugh assigned the task of evaluating outcomes to Dr. Jon Meyer, the chairman of the Hopkins gender clinic. Meyer selected fifty subjects from those treated at the Hopkins clinic, both those who had undergone gender reassignment surgery and those who had not had surgery. The results of this study completely refuted Money’s claims about the positive outcomes of sex-change surgery. The objective report showed no medical necessity for surgery. On August 10, 1979, Dr. Meyer announced his results: “To say this type of surgery cures psychiatric disturbance is incorrect. We now have objective evidence that there is no real difference in the transsexual’s adjustments to life in terms of job, educational attainment, marital adjustment and social stability.” He later told The New York Times: “My personal feeling is that the surgery is not a proper treatment for a psychiatric disorder, and it’s clear to me these patients have severe psychological problems that don’t go away following surgery.” Less than six months later, the Johns Hopkins gender clinic closed. Other university-affiliated gender clinics across the country followed suit, completely ceasing to perform gender reassignment surgery. No success was reported anywhere. Results from Benjamin’s Colleague: Too Many Suicides It was not just the Hopkins clinic reporting lack of outcomes from surgery. Around the same time, serious questions about the effectiveness of gender change came from Dr. Harry Benjamin’s partner, endocrinologist Charles Ihlenfeld. Ihlenfeld worked with Benjamin for six years and administered sex hormones to 500 transsexuals. Ihlenfeld shocked Benjamin by publicly announcing that 80 percent of the people who want to change their gender shouldn’t do it. Ihlenfeld said: “There is too much unhappiness among people who have had the surgery…Too many end in suicide.” Ihlenfeld stopped administering hormones to patients experiencing gender dysphoria and switched specialties from endocrinology to psychiatry so he could offer such patients the kind of help he thought they really needed. In the wake of the Hopkins study, the closure of the flagship Hopkins clinic, and the warning sounded by Ihlenfeld, advocates of sex change surgery needed a new strategy. Benjamin and Money looked to their friend, Paul Walker, Ph.D., a homosexual and transgender activist they knew shared their passion to provide hormones and surgery. A committee was formed to draft standards of care for transgenders that furthered their agenda, with Paul Walker at the helm. The committee included a psychiatrist, a pedophilia activist, two plastic surgeons, and a urologist, all of whom would financially benefit from keeping gender reassignment surgery available for anyone who wanted it. The “Harry Benjamin International Standards of Care” were published in 1979 and gave fresh life to gender surgery. My Experience with Dr. Walker I myself suffered greatly to come to terms with my gender. In 1981, I sought out Dr. Walker to ask him, the man who wrote the standards of care, for help. Walker said I was suffering from gender dysphoria. A mere two years after both the Hopkins study and the public statements of Ihlenfeld drew attention to the increased suicide risk associated with gender change, Walker, even though he was completely aware of both reports, signed my approval letter for hormones and surgery. Under his guidance, I underwent gender reassignment surgery and lived for eight years as Laura Jensen, female. Eventually, I gathered the courage to admit that the surgery had fixed nothing — it only masked and exacerbated deeper psychological problems.The deception and lack of transparency I experienced in the 1980s still surround gender change surgery today. For the sake of others who struggle with gender dysphoria, I cannot remain silent. It is intellectually dishonest to ignore the facts that surgery never has been a medically necessary procedure for treating gender dysphoria and that taking cross-gender hormones can be harmful. Modern transgender activists, the descendants of Kinsey, Benjamin, and John Money, keep alive the practice of medically unnecessary gender-change surgery by controlling the flow of published information and by squelching research and personal stories that tell of the regret, unhappiness, and suicide experienced by those who undergo such surgery. Negative outcomes are only acknowledged as a way to blame society for its transphobia. Transgender clients who regret having taken this path are often full of shame and remorse. Those who regret their decision have few places to turn in a world of pro-transgender activism. For me, it took years to muster the courage to stand up and speak out about the regret. I only wish Dr. Paul Walker had been required to tell me about both reports when I consulted him: the Hopkins study showing surgery did not alleviate severe psychological problems, and Ihlenfeld’s observation of the continuing transgender unhappiness and high incidence of suicide after hormones and surgery. This information might not have stopped me from making that disastrous decision — but at least I would have known the dangers and pain that lay ahead. Walt Heyer is an author and public speaker with a passion to help others who regret gender change. Through his website,, and his blog,, Heyer raises public awareness about the incidence of regret and the tragic consequences suffered as a result. Heyer’s story can be read in novel form in Kid Dakota and The Secret at Grandma’s House and in his autobiography, A Transgender’s Faith. Heyer’s other books include Paper Genders and Gender, Lies and Suicide. “‘Sex Change’ Surgery” is reprinted with permission from the Witherspoon Institute’s Public Discourse. ===================================== Who is Walt Heyer? ===================================== Former Trans-Gender Speaks Out
  7. At the expense of not wanting to seem not accepting, we are missing the entire point of the agenda that is pushing this entire issue. Read UN Agenda 21, and this is a depopulation issue. It's why they attack our children at 5-6 years old, giving them sex ed, teaching them how to masturbate and screwing with their gender identity before they have had a chance to fully develop chemically at puberty. These aren't my opinion, these are facts. I cant help people who don't want to see, for those that do, do your research, I gave you enough crumbs on this one.
  8. I personally know 2 women who were severely abused by men who are now lesbians. Not from birth but I was just pointing out that it is not true in all cases. But what your article can be expanded upon is that people can not change sex. It is impossible. Johns Hopkins Psychiatrist: Transgender is ‘Mental Disorder;’ Sex Change ‘Biologically Impossible’
  9. Let me say something else on this broad topic. The LGBT community, the gay side wants to drop the T from their name because 90% and upwards are physiological in nature and most want the surgery reversed. The doctor who first gave these sex changes here in America and trained other doctors in it has now changed from practicing sex ops, to psychological training, and opened a nation wide physiologist group with the doctors he trained in the sex change op. They now council these trans people and help them with their gender identity. The federal government is bringing this subject to the forefront to break up the family. That is UN Agenda 21 goal.
  10. That is a broad stroke. And not entirely true. Some cases are psychological in nature.
  11. This is another money issue, where any construction in or around the dome will have to incur extra cost, through extra permits to the city of New Orleans. What a load of shit.
  12. Honestly I dont know why...You have to ask permission to get in to it, so most people didnt even know it was there. I have no clue what happened. Quite honestly this is the most pivotal point in our nation's recent history with the presidential election on the horizion. People are showing they are fed up with the system by either talking about Trump or Sanders. As adults we should be able to talk about anything. If we can't talk about politics I don't see how we can be mature enough to talk sports.
  13. Three heavy hitters, that not only played music but influenced millions.
  14. But Rooms To Go is a having a sale.