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Jul 01

Radical Agenda EP019 – Muh Rainbows

I signed into Facebook and it was like I got the Care Bear Stare. Are you guys old enough to remember the Care Bears?

In any case, the Supreme Court of the United States recently issued a ruling in the Obergefell v. Hodges case, which essentially made gay marriage a constitutional right. Which is interesting, because I’ve done quite a bit of study on the constitution, and have yet to see anything about homosexuality or marriage in it. That aside, liberaltarians and other leftists went apeshit to celebrate marriage licenses being made available to homosexual couples. Rainbows occupied my social media feeds, as people who had once advocated for limited or no government at all showed their support for a startling expansion of the power of the court and federal government.

Even RJ Harris, a one time contender for the Libertarian Party’s presidential nomination, felt compelled to praise Barack Obama of all people for putting rainbow lights on the White House. Luckily, I had the assistance of Tom Woods in pointing out that lunacy.

Radical Agenda EP019 - Muh Rainbows

Radical Agenda EP019 – Muh Rainbows

Naturally, I felt compelled to point out that this was not good news. Predictably, this caused people to accuse me of being a bigot. What was somewhat unexpected was that my article/video about the issue went viral and broke traffic records for this website.

Let me say this plainly. Homosexual relationships are not equal to heterosexual relationships. In the absence of heterosexual relationships, the species would go extinct. This is the plain fact of the matter, and you can call me a bigot all day long, but reality doesn’t care about your politically correct horseshit. Marriage is an institution which was developed to facilitate the raising of children, something homosexual relationships are incapable of producing. Marriage came to be, so that children would be raised by a mother and a father, so that women would not be left pregnant and unprotected and without provision, and so that a man could be confident he was not raising another man’s child.

If you are gay, and you’re in love with someone of the same sex, I’m very happy for you. If you want to enter into a contract of sexual fidelity with another person, that’s fine. If you want to call it a marriage, that’s fine too. But if you run around calling people bigot, because the plain definition of a word in the common parlance does not apply to your relationship, then you’re a jerk and I don’t want to associate with you. If you are going to force other people to accept your redefinition of that word through government violence imposed by unelected judges, then you are the enemy of mankind.

All that said, I have no more use for religious zealots talking about “the sanctity of marriage”. Straight people have not exactly been good stewards of this institution if we’re entirely honest with ourselves. If you were actually concerned about “sanctity” you would be far more focused on adultery and divorce than what gay people decided to label their contracts.

This is why I hate the social justice warriors in the movement. Instead of focusing on the abolition of the State, instead of focusing on non-aggression, they have to bring these divisive social issues into everyday discussion. Well, if we’re going to have these conversations, then you’re just going to have to deal with the fact that there is more than one side to the story.

In other news, black churches are burning, I visited some friends, readers, and listeners in Lancaster, Greece is in default, and of course, whatever happens to be on your mind. Give me a call at 218-936-0815 or hit us up on Skype username Radical Agenda, if you would like to be on the program.

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