on July 3, 2013 in Right Edition

Homosexual Programming – Right to Defend Yourself – Detroit down and out

Homosexual Programming – Right to Defend Yourself – Detroit down and out

Christian students were punished for believing the Bible’s commands on sexuality.

A professor at a state-funded college has come under criticism for giving her class an assignment that required students to wear a gay pride ribbon all over campus. In response a group of Christian students who felt their rights were violated by the assignment have sought legal counsel to counter the professor’s pro-homosexual agenda.

Dr. Linda Brunton, a psychology professor at Columbia State College in Tennessee, gave the assignment. According to the reports:

This spring, Linda Brunton, the lead faculty member in CSCC’s Psychology Department, required her students to wear Rainbow Coalition ribbons in support of homosexual behavior for at least one day. Students then had to observe public reaction and write a paper about how they were allegedly “discriminated against” while wearing the ribbons. http://bit.ly/10yqVnM

A bankruptcy filing by cash-strapped Detroit would be unprecedented, but the city’s situation differs so much from other troubled municipalities that it would unlikely become a model for others to follow, two analysts said on Wednesday.

On the U.S. municipal bond market, Detroit is widely followed as a test case for the deep losses demanded of holders of general obligation bonds.

“I wouldn’t want to say that this is precedent setting,” Jack Dorer, a managing director at Moody’s Investors Service, said at a roundtable of four bankruptcy experts with Reuters Insider on Wednesday. “The situation for Detroit is just so unique. They are under dire financial straits, and I think the other high-profile bankruptcy cases that we’ve seen often involve things like enterprise risk, so it’s different.”

Alabama’s Jefferson County, whose Chapter 9 filing now ranks as the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history, was such an example, with its finances crippled by a sewer system project.

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