Monday, on Fox News’ Fox&Friends, Star Parker, founder and President of the Center for Urban Renewal and Education (CURE) discussed her column about Justice Kennedy, and the court case “recently imposed upon us.”
She surmises that Justice Kennedy of the Supreme Court is responsible for the ever expanding “entitlements” supposedly now being sought by LGBT individuals and their homosexual agenda. She defines “entitlements” as being things like equal housing and hiring practices. Ms. Parker says now that the marriage equality decision has been made, the Supreme Court has “forced” religious communities and Christian associations to seek assistance from lobbyists who will fight to protect their “interests.”
In the interview, Ms. Parker goes on to state that, “The bible clearly defined marriage,” and that “hundreds of millions of people” agreed with the biblical definition of marriage. Then she goes on to say that this issue of marriage equality is a “cultural war” that has been going on for a long time, and that marriage was already in trouble.
She furthers this point in her article.
“In the Book of Genesis, the first of the five biblical books that form the foundation of the Judeo-Christian tradition that has guided Western civilization, it says that God created woman from man, and that ‘a man shall leave his father and his mother and cling to his wife and they shall become one flesh.’ “
The article also goes on to cite various statistical data on birthrates for unwed mothers, divorce rates, and the marriage rates for people over 25, for which she has provided no references.
Earlier this year, Parker also joined GOP politician Joe Miller on his radio program to discuss the riots in Baltimore and the marriage equality arguments, both of which happened on the day of the interview. Parker was able to unite the two instances. She said that the violence in Baltimore was occurring
“…because we declared a war on poverty during the same time that we were declaring a war on marriage through the feminist movement and declaring a war on religion through scrubbing our schools of God, taking the Bible from the schools…”
She also claimed that gay activists are acting like “two-year-olds” at a toy store who want to “get their way on absolutely everything” even if it “will send this nation into social chaos.” Listen to more of the interview here: Right Wing Watch.
On CURE’s website, there is no personal information about Parker, but the header on the site states:
“Fighting poverty and restoring dignity through faith, freedom, and personal responsibility.”
Unless you are gay, of course.
Featured image screen grab from: Conservative University – Deconstructing Modern Feminism (Star Parker)