Family Speed Links - Lawsuit Forces eHarmony To Provide Dating Services To Gays

Tuesday, December 30, 2008 Posted by Shattered Paradigm

*eHarmony has formally agreed to provide same-sex matches as part of a lawsuit settlement. We could hardly believe this story when we first saw it.

*Government officials in the U.K. want to double the number of girls using long term contraceptive jabs and implants. That won't protect them from the dozens of sexually transmitted diseases out there.

*A new study reveals that unhappy people watch a lot more television. How much television have you watched today?

*A senior aide to Senator Barbara Boxer was fired a while back after he was charged with distributing and receiving child pornography. Another indication that the U.S. government is full of corruption.

*U.S. government money for the U.N. Population Fund that supports China's policy of coercive abortion will apparently flow once again during the Obama Administration. If you want to know the truth, history shows that the one-child policy in China was the brainchild of U.S. government officials to begin with.

*A new survey has found that a majority of Americans believe that religious values are "under attack" and that Hollywood does not share the religious and moral values of most Americans. Should we be surprised?

*A new poll in the U.K. has found that more than half of all adults think that British children are beginning to behave like animals. Perhaps if the U.K. stopped teaching them that they evolved from animals and that they are animals then they would stop behaving like animals.

*A father in the U.K. was arrested and held in prison overnight after he slapped his seven-year-old son Harry on the back of the legs. No more spanking in the U.K.?

*One university in Canada has hired student spies to listen to the conversations of their fellow students and step in when they overhear homophobic slurs, remarks bashing women or racially tinged insults, along with an array of other language that could be deemed offensive. Suddenly it seems as though we are living in the book "1984".


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