Authorities arrested David Parker, father of a 6-year-old, for protesting the latest attempt by Gay Agenda activists to indoctrinate public school children that Gay is good and Gay is ok.
Parker didn't want his kid to hear this propaganda and the school knew this.
They threw Daddy into the pokey for his efforts and the child heard the spiel anyway. 
This is nothing new.
"Every fall, millions of parents drop their children off at taxpayer-funded public schools. Unfortunately, many of these same parents have little or no idea of what is happening to their children once they pass through security into the classroom. Instead of learning the three R's, or how to be good citizens, schoolchildren are being taught to reject their parents' values and to affirm ? even celebrate ? homosexual behavior." 
Here is the first thing that bothers me:
Only one side of the Gay Agenda coin is EVER presented in these culture war confrontations. The Gay Agenda activists have been hugely successful in indoctrinating the minds of the American people--at least the minds of American news media types. They categorize any objection whatsoever to the Gay Agenda as hateful, homophobic, and they even compare it to racism.
Give me a break, please.
Why is it no one in the Gay Agenda Activist movement (or news media) bothers to define terms? Isn't a phobia an irrational fear of something?
"I won't go outside of the house because something MIGHT happen to me."
Where is the phobia in the homophobia, when someone offers a rational and well-reasoned argument that:
1. They don't buy the Gay Agenda's explanation as to origins of homosexuality. i.e. "I was born that way".
2. Because of number 1, they don't want their 6-year-old (a child, for God's sake!) told any differently?
Here is the second thing that which REALLY bothers me:
Why the vast majority of American people actually believe that there IS only one side of this Gay Agenda coin!
Isn't this obvious from the fact an activist judge somewhere eventually strikes down virtually every law banning "gay marriages" as being "unconstitutional?" The most recent case occurred in Nebraska. 
I want to make the point that, should the American public discover there is indeed "another side of the coin" (a well reasoned and rational argument) as to the origins of homosexuality, this would all but obliterate the Gay Agenda argument that "being gay" is good, acceptable, natural, and wonderful.
Think of it: Their entire argument for why they should be "married" and adopt children is that "they were born that way"; therefore, being gay is a natural as being black. (rational?)
So why do the vast majority of the American people (and every federal judge who ever lived) accept blindly the "one side of the Gay Agenda coin"?
"For in response to the explicit efforts of the activists, a mass change of opinion in accepting homosexuality as normal has occurred. But it remains unsupported by the very sources the activists manipulate for their own ends. Such "disinformation" seems to arise partly from a deliberate campaign, especially given the willingness of some to use "any means necessary" to convert public opinion. "Any means necessary" is no exaggeration. Eric Pollard formerly belonged to the prominent homosexual organization ACT-UP and founded its Washington, D.C., chapter. In an interview with The Washington Blade, a major homosexual newspaper, he stated that he and other group members learned to apply "subversive tactics", drawn largely from the voluminous Mein Kampf, which some of us studied as a working model." 
Now try wrapping your mind around that little gem for a while!
Think about it.
 Dad Arrested in Protest over Gay Book; Christopher Curtis, PlanetOut Network; http://news.yahoo.com/s/po/dadarrestedinprotestovergaybook
 Alan E. Sears, President of the Alliance Defense Fund, writes in a commentary entitled, The Gay Agenda in Public Schools:
 U.S. Judge Rejects Neb. Gay-Marriage Ban; KEVIN O'HANLON, Associated Press Writer
 Homosexuality and the Politics of Truth; Jeffrey Satinover, M.D.; Baker Books; 1996; pg 38
Doug Bower is a freelance writer and book author. His most recent writing credits include The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The Houston Chronicle, The Philadelphia Inquirer, and Transitions Abroad. He lives with his wife in Guanajuato, Mexico. His new book Mexican Living: Blogging it from a Third World Country can be seen at http://www.lulu.com/content/126241