Everything that is of the federal government has a single purpose: to advance the form of social, moral, political, and intellectual corrosion that some call liberalism but others call moonbattery. Not even the Park Service is immune:
The Interior Department and the National Park Service held a conference call on Tuesday – “Coming Out Day” – to announce a renewed effort to “tell a more inclusive story of our nation’s history” by giving places around the country connected to the homosexual movement certain historic designations.
We are getting to the point where even historical plaques are unsuitable for children or those easily disgusted.
[National Park Service Director Jonathan] Jarvis said the federal government commissioned a study on the LGBTQ community, as well as on Asian and Pacific Islanders and the Latino communities.
Locations where deviant sex acts have been performed by Latinos and Pacific Islanders are certain to achieve official recognition.
The study was announced by Jewell in 2014 as “a comprehensive, first-of-its-kind project to explore how the legacy of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer individuals can be recognized, preserved and interpreted for future generations.”
The conference call was held to announce the release of the study.
The “themes” of the study “explore different aspects of LGBT history and heritage,” including “civil rights, the law, health, arts and artists, commerce, the military, sports and leisure, and sex, love and relationships.”
Some of the chapters in the study are “Making Bisexuals Visible” and “Breathing Fire: Remembering Asian Pacific American Activism in Queer History.”
The social engineering ambitions are grand:
“It’s exactly these kind of initiatives that serve as a foundation for profound and lasting shifts in the national consciousness,” [homosexual activist Tim] Gill said.
No doubt someone on the Supreme Court could point to where the Constitution authorizes the federal government to force us to pay for this sick lunacy.
On a tip from Steve A.