Weekend Roundup: White Power Demo In TN, Transgender Prof Transitions From Christian College, IOTC At Liberty U., Senate Takes Lead In Shutdown Talks


Local public radio appropriately calls the League of the South rally in TN, a “white power demonstration.

Azuza Pacific theology prof, H. Adam Ackley leaves the school via a mutual statement.  Ackley is transitioning from female to male.

John Lofton of the Institute on the Constitution presents the theocratic God and Government Project at Liberty University.

Looks like the adults have gotten involved in the Shutnado standoff. Maybe the Senate and the President can keep us from going over the cliff.

Update: The League of the South look pretty puny in this pic…


WMOT says about 50 LoS protesters attended the event.

Quest Church Paid 9 Million for Mars Hill Ballard
AFA Journal Compounds Dubious Claim that David Barton Was Vindicated in Court
Ben Carson Apologizes for Saying Being Gay is a Choice (Full Statement)
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  • tom van dyke

    Well, you’ve certainly defeated the League of the South. Well done, Warren. ;-P

  • ken

    “Looks like the adults have gotten involved in the Shutnado standoff. ”

    I don’t think I’d characterize them as “adults.” Adults would have stopped the children from steering the ship BEFORE it ran aground.

  • Patrocles

    I suppose that we can call a gay pride event “appropriately” a “gay power demonstration”. Or does someone here disagree?

  • Richard Willmer

    I disagree! Gay Pride is not about telling others how to live their lives; White Power seems to me to be about running the show – at the expense of those who are not white.

    (Of course, Gay Pride is involved with campaigning for ‘rights’ – but heterosexuals are not being told that they must change their sexual behaviour or that they must have their social status diminished. The legitimate rights of heterosexuals are not IMO [objectively speaking] threatened by fair treatment being accorded to gays or by people being proud of who they are.)

  • Tom Van Dyke

    In other caucasian news:


    PHILADELPHIA–About 40 people descended on Fairmount Park on Saturday morning to celebrate Leif Erikson, the Nordic explorer believed to be the first European to step onto North American shores.

    Martin Heinbach of Baltimore was one of several speakers advocating white supremacy. “We must stand united against opponents of our race,” he said. “Our day will come and our foes will be defeated.”

    As in past years, the group was quickly outnumbered by protesters who linked arms to block its way, shouted insults, and tried to drown it out with air horns and chants. This year, a number of gay activists joined in, some wearing dresses.

    “We’re just here to make some Nazis uncomfortable,” said Kyle Prouty, a Philadelphia activist who wore a low-cut purple gown.