Tax Dollars and the Gay Agenda?

January 20, 2010

The below was sent out over the taxpayer funded web system to almost all ASU students and some alumni.  It was passed on to us.  Thoughts?

From: ASUINFO <>
Date: Wed, Jan 20, 2010
Subject: Homosexuality and the Bible

The ASU Counseling Center is presenting a program in the I.G. Greer
auditorium on January 20th at 7:00pm. The program is about the
gay-affirming interpretation of biblical scripture. The program involves
watching the movie “For the Bible Tells Me So.” Movie viewers are
invited to participate in a question-and-answer panel discussion
immediately after the movie.

Please encourage students of all walks of life to attend.


The CAPS Diversity Committee —–

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Easley’s ex in-law may lose her job

August 12, 2009


RALEIGH – The former sister-in-law of former Gov. Mike Easley could soon be out of her state job.

Judy Easley, who was married to the former governor’s brother and has remained close to the Easley family, said in an interview that she has been notified by letter that her position could be cut by the end of the month.

“According to the letter, it’s in response to the budget crisis,” she said.

Asked whether her position was targeted because of her ties to the former governor, who is the subject of state and federal investigations, Judy Easley said she hoped not.
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Battle lines forming after state budget signed

August 9, 2009

By Benjamin Niolet
Posted: Sunday, Aug. 09, 2009

RALEIGH After seven months, 27,000 bills, 460 new laws and a $19billion state budget, lawmakers are ready to go home.

But they have to wonder if they will find the welcome mat waiting for them.

The 2009 legislative session is expected to come to an official close early this week. But for Democrats, who have long controlled state politics, the session’s end represents the start of a long and important season.

All 170 seats in the House and Senate will be up for grabs next year, and the party in control after the polls close will be in a powerful position. That’s because, in 2011, the legislature will redraw legislative and congressional district lines that will help the party in power solidify its grip on power for the next decade.
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House rejects bill creating Yadkin trust

August 8, 2009

By James Romoser
Published: August 8, 2009

RALEIGH – A debate over the environment, the economy and the control of the water in the Yadkin River culminated in a late-night vote in the N.C. House of Representatives that dealt a blow to Gov. Bev Perdue’s administration in its fight over hydroelectric dams controlled by Alcoa Inc.

The House voted Thursday night against a bill that would have set up a “Yadkin River Trust,” a state corporation that the state hoped to use to take control of the four hydroelectric dams and reservoirs along a 38-mile section of the Yadkin. One of the sites is High Rock Lake in Davidson County.
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State official sent to Oregon meeting for $1,000

August 4, 2009

State official sent to Oregon meeting for $1,000

Despite budget cuts that restrict travel, the state Department of Commerce spent about $1,000 to send its assistant secretary for tourism to Oregon for a national conference.

Assistant Secretary Lynn Minges attended a meeting of the U.S. Travel Association’s board of directors. The conference, which ran from July 22 through July 26, brought together government and private industry representatives to talk about policies such as cooperative marketing.
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Rahm Emanuel’s chickens ‘coming home to roost’

July 29, 2009

Rahm’s chickens come ‘home to roost’
By: Glenn Thrush
July 29, 2009 04:34 AM EST

Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) is angry that the conservative Blue Dogs are dominating health care negotiations, and she’s blaming their breeder — Rahm Emanuel.

Waters, former chairwoman of the Congressional Black Caucus, told MSNBC that the Dogs have proved so powerful because Emanuel, the former DCCC head, and others promised to allow them to vote however they want on any issue.
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NCSU to probe Mary Easley’s job

July 15, 2009

NCSU to probe Mary Easley’s job
BY JAY PRICE, Staff Writer

In their first meeting since publicly announcing that Chancellor James Oblinger had quit and former state first lady Mary Easley would be fired, N.C. State University’s board of trustees named a committee to investigate the scandal over Easley’s hiring.

The Easley controversy also cost former Provost Larry Nielsen and former trustees Chairman McQueen Campbell their posts.

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