Homosexuality rates front and center coverage
If you’re in the market for fluff and agendized reporting, the Periódico de la República de Arizona (Arizona Republic) is your one-stop shop.
Today’s front page coverage is a case in point. Our economy is in the toilet and Americans are facing a looming “fiscal cliff.” We’ve been repeatedly lied to by the Obama administration regarding the underreported and grave situation involved in the Benghazi terrorist attack. The Middle East is on the verge of explosion as Hamas militants have launched a rocket on Jerusalem — attempting to strike the Israeli parliament (congress). Worldwide and here at home, major banks have cut 160,000 jobs, with more layoffs to come. Democrat leadership, evidenced here by Nancy Pelosi is inept and foolish. The dismal election news is guaranteed to drive any reasonable person to distraction.
But what does the Arizona Republic find worthy of this morning’s front page, above-the-fold, coverage complete with two jump pages and a total of four large photos? The article is titled, Gay students can be themselves at Q High. In case you missed the point, “Q” is for Queer. But that’s not all. Homosexuality is also covered in today’s Phoenix News insert. We are treated to Phoenix Police appoint 2 as liaisons to LGBT. Police Chief Daniel Garcia has taken a couple of female detectives off regular duty for this mission. One is identified as a 17-year veteran “openly gay” officer who can now deal with the “community that I love.” The other detective is described as “heterosexual.”
And in irony of ironies, they replace Christopher J. Wilson, 43, the previous liaison to the homosexual community. He was arrested in August after being charged with ten felony counts of sexual assault against teen boys. Whaddya know?
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. The newspaper editorially gushed on the issue of an openly gay federal judge overturning the vote of over 7 million Californians in opposition to same-sex “marriage.” This is who they are.