The Arizona República never strays too far or for too long from its favored twin themes of amnesty and same-sex issues. Just days ago the newspaper wanted us to believe that former Governor Rose Mofford, now 91-years-old and inclined toward seclusion, had taken on the task of chairing the Southwest Center for the HIV/AIDS development campaign of funding a permanent home. They even dutifully provided Democrat Mofford with a quote expressing delight over being able to engage in this venture.
Randy Lovely editor and VP of News for the increasingly feeble Arizona Republic, front paged the upcoming wedding of two women, regaling readers with accompanying news coverage that three Tempe churches “pledge their support for same-sex marriage,” standing together to “preach equality.” Equality is the latest step in the incremental normalization of deviancy.
The daily can’t get enough of its favorite family — repeatedly reporting on two men who have adopted two more kids since this article was written — bringing their brood to a grand total of 14, and plumping the household total to 16 — including the dads — at last count. Channel 12, the Republic’s in-house sister station carried an in-tandem televised report describing how the dads “face the challenges.”
There are many sides to this multifaced coin. As an example, the Foundry reports that state clerks in Pennsylvania and New Mexico are blatantly breaking the law by issuing invalid same-sex marriage licenses, despite prohibitions. Activists in various states are actually encouraging government workers to betray their offices, putting politics ahead of their responsibilities to citizens.
Although mega-warehouse retailer Home Depot has withdrawn its widely displayed public support for the homosexual agenda, the daily continues its mission of ramping it up. In 2010, it editorially came out in support of “same sex “marriage.’
The Periódico de la República de Arizona (Arizona Republic) has two major topics to which it devotes its last gasps: Amnesty for illegals and ‘gay” issues. If you’re looking for news, the state’s newspaper of record is not the place to find it. Leftwing agendas abound. News? Not so much.