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"My son is 3 and insists and argues that he is a girl. He typically wants to dress up like a girl, likes pink, barbies, girlie shows. He says he wants to be pretty like a princess. He runs like a girl, and makes many comments and mannerisms like a girl or a homosexual boy. He has an older sister only 17 months older who is extremely feminine. They are the same size and almost like twins. They are very close. Could he just be mimicking his older sister or should we be concerned about transsexuals or homosexuality? Is there a way we can have him tested for any gender identity problems?"
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British "reality" TV show exploiting TS woman is cancelled
Prince Charles denies unspeakable allegations of bisexuality
Kissers on Moscow subway could be fined
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Most Americans probably figure that because they get to vote, their democratic rights are assured. Not so, says journalist and activist Victoria Collier, daughter of James Collier, co-author of "Votescam: The Stealing of America". Your vote is only as good as the vote counting process, and that process is a far cry from what we would like to think it is. Join us for a fascinating - and frightening - look at what just might be the very shaky foundation of our democracy.
Victoria Collier co-directs the Town Hall Project, an organization created to facilitate community activism and the exchange of information. Since her father's death in 1998, Victoria has continued to educate the public about the reality of computerized vote fraud, and the total control of the major media over the entire election process.
Notable Votescam quotes:
"I don't want to get caught up in this thing!" -- Joyce Dieffenderfer, former president of the League of Women Voters, after admitting the TV networks lied about hiring the League on election night.
"You'll never prove it, now get out!" -- Elton Davis, TV network computer programmer responsible for magically "projecting" 100% accurate vote results.
"This may be the biggest vote fraud scandal ever to rock the nation!" -- Mike Wallace of "60 Minutes" upon reviewing the Votescam evidence. However, after meeting with his higher-up's, Mr. Wallace dropped the issue like a vial of Anthrax.
"When you're dealing with the networks, gentleman, you're dealing with a shadow government." -- ABC Supreme Court correspondent, Tim O'Brien, explaining why the station refused to run video taped evidence of vote fraud.
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