Gayness abounds at the República. The anorexic pages, lacking much in the way of actual news, are brimming with one of the newspaper’s favorite topics. Same sex agenda-driven propaganda stepped front and center with the newspaper back January 2008, when Randy Lovely took over as chief editor and VP of News at the daily newspaper.
As an example, astronaut Sally Ride, who chose privacy in her personal life, was loutishly headlined as a lesbian in the daily‘s follow-up to her recent and untimely obituary.
Ample space was given to the $2.5 million donation made by Jeff Bezos, Amazon.com founder and CEO, to the campaign to defend Washington State’s same-sax “marriage” law. Also worthy of a report were Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer’s and co-founder Bill Gates’ separate donations of $100,000 to the deceptively named Washington United for Marriage, supporting the law. The group says it has raised more than $5 million for Referendum 74, which will appear on the November ballot.
The referendum to uphold same sex “marriage” was put on the ballot after supporters of traditional marriage turned in more than 240,000 signatures placing on hold the law signed February 13, by Washington’s Democrat Gov. Christine Gregoire.
Although voters in Maryland and Minnesota are attemting to ban such unions by public vote, Barack Obama — seeking votes wherever he can find them — has indicated his support for homosexual “marriage.”
In an article reporting on a boycott of Starbucks for the coffee company’s public support of the same-sex marriage law in Washington State, the newspaper’s bias is clearly evident as the headline uses the words, “Anti-gay marriage group” wants Starbucks boycott, rather than “pro-traditional marriage group.” It’s akin to the pro-abortion slant seen in the same pages, calling abortion a “woman’s health issue.” Don’t expect to see the words, “baby’s death issue” anytime soon.
Some recent examples of the Arizona Republic’s thrust to push homosexuality to the forefront of news can be seen here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here and here. These are just a few of the reports appearing in the month of July.