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“Pro-Life” State Allows Adoption Agencies To Discriminate

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Civil liberty strikes once more! Cenk Uygur as well as Ana Kasparian, the hosts of The Young Turks, inform you just how Texas is allowing adoption firms to discriminate. Inform us exactly what you believe in the comment section listed below.

" AUSTIN, Texas– Parents seeking to adopt children in Texas could quickly be declined by state-funded or personal companies with spiritual objections to them being Jewish, Muslim, gay, single, or interfaith couples, under a proposal in the Republican-controlled Legislature.

5 various other states have actually passed comparable legislations securing faith-based adoption companies that choose not to place children with gay moms and dads or various other families on religious premises – however Texas' policy would reach state-funded companies. Only South Dakota's is similarly sweepingly.

The costs had actually been set up for discussion and also authorization Saturday in the state Home, but legislators bogged down with various other matters. It currently is expected to find up next week.

Republican sponsors of Texas' costs state it is made to support the religious liberty of adoption firms as well as foster care service providers. Many of the companies are personal and faith-based however receive state funds."

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72 comments

  1. Posted by Jamie Cox, at Reply

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  2. Posted by Cookie Monster, at Reply

    Texas is a joke

    • Posted by Petrazenka, at Reply

      +Anders Mostue

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    • Posted by Little Bill, at Reply

      Cookie Monster liberals are a joke

  3. Posted by Iron Bowtie, at Reply

    Religion is cancer.

    • Posted by Gasai Yuno, at Reply

      Iron Bowtie When a religion contains prejudice texts, it is inherently corrupt.

    • Posted by bIrdIEdOll, at Reply

      MaDPuPPeTgames So, you’re gonna deny a child being adopted by loving parents because of YOUR personal beliefs? How is that an integral part of believing in a religion? That’s insane! Forcing your beliefs on others is NEVER an integral part of believing in a religion

    • Posted by KazukoLight, at Reply

      agreed, I really don’t like religion. Especially Christianity, religion is just brainwashing and a cult.
      This kind of crap from religious groups doesn’t help get more people to join your religion.

  4. Posted by assassintwinat8, at Reply

    Do the phrases “religious freedom” and “separation of religion and state” mean anything anymore?

    • Posted by Shan Baker, at Reply

      +Tyler I think it matters because it is amusing and shows that the people making the legislation didn’t think to hard about it. I agree with you all the way.

    • Posted by Samuel Ieuan Williams, at Reply

      I am sorry, Not american so please forgive my ignorance, but doesn’t the constitution state that USA is a totally secular country and that no laws can be passed based upon someones religion?

    • Posted by EnderZ13, at Reply

      +Samuel Ieuan Williams Sort of. The First Amendment states that the government shall make no law promoting one religion above another. This law is claiming that discrimination is ok because NOT being allowed to discriminate is oppressing them and preventing them from practicing their religion. Which is utter bullshit.

    • Posted by Samuel Ieuan Williams, at Reply

      assassintwinat8 But this a pro-life state, which I believe is just another attack against the poor and is a form of class warfare like the war on the drugs. Surely with all these extra young children needing adopting the state would accept any loving potential parent? Or does the state just want the children to be lost into the system?

    • Posted by Samuel Ieuan Williams, at Reply

      assassintwinat8 the original American settlers were puritans who were persecuted by the us Europeans hence the freedom from state and religion

  5. Posted by Savage-American Imperialist, at Reply

    Cenk, you’re a fat buffalo brown turd turk, that’s the real tragedy of this story.

    • Posted by u tubbe, at Reply

      Savage-American Imperialist you can use your advise on your self. just saying.

    • Posted by johnmburt1960, at Reply

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    • Posted by u tubbe, at Reply

      johnmburt1960 look another special kind of fuctard trolling trolls.

    • Posted by johnmburt1960, at Reply

      +u tubbe Um, whom are you addressing, and with reference to what comment?

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      Admittedly they look better in close-up. In the long shot, she looks like a turtle retreating into its shell.

  7. Posted by Apple Jack, at Reply

    separation of church and state. If you don’t uphold that you are unamerican and should leave this country simple as that

    • Posted by Shinji Kurosaki, at Reply

      BTW weebs like you have no place in society

    • Posted by Adam Chester, at Reply

      Power Ranger Theres no hope for prosperity when youre in prison for treason and what TYT are doing is trrasonous!

    • Posted by Non Sense, at Reply

      +Adam Chester  Are you locked in a room smearing your own feces on the walls and yourself.  Obamacare will help you with that

  8. Posted by Zax Zumu, at Reply

    How is this going to be any better for the children?
    “Oh, no one wanted you”
    “But what about those nice people over there? They were so excited to take me home and raise me”
    “Oh, but they were gay( or muslim or jewish or anything not evangelical white christian) so they don’t count.”

    It’s going to ruin children’s self esteem in an already tough system for innocent children with no real home. If this is where America is going, then North Korea better hurry up and fix their issues because we just might deserve what we have coming.

    • Posted by xXdadevlogzXx, at Reply

      Zax Zumu anyone recall anything about the holocaust here?

    • Posted by K, at Reply

      Funny how most adoption agencies are religious despite their judgemental hatefulness. You would think all the superior non-religious adoption agencies would have taken over by now.

    • Posted by K, at Reply

      Travis Rogers How exactly do they have a monopoly?

  9. Posted by Gage Acosta, at Reply

    Christians are a drain on society.

    • Posted by Last Guy Minn, at Reply

      +Silver Wolf Productions, I’m just curious, by what authority do you cherry pick out the parts of Christianity you like and discard the parts (the Old Testament, for example) that you don’t? How do you separate the truth from the allegory, the inconsistencies, and outright falsehoods? How do you summarily dismiss parts of the Bible while claiming the rest is legitimate?

    • Posted by Silver Wolf Productions, at Reply

      It’s not something i can just answer for you. You have to find it in yourself. Sorry!

    • Posted by Travis Rogers, at Reply

      No better American Christians than the dead ones.

  10. Posted by francisco hernandez, at Reply

    This presidential win is the worst thing that has ever happened to us as Americans. First internet providers keeps to sell our info, disabled with guns, social security cuts and now this, please lord help us.

    • Posted by Gavin Laster, at Reply

      francisco hernandez don’t forget the churches in a Alabama can make their own police force and are exempt from taxes

      well it was a bill last I checked

    • Posted by francisco hernandez, at Reply

      Ya thats true but look who is mostly responsible, trump

    • Posted by Gavin Laster, at Reply

      True also trumpcare

    • Posted by francisco hernandez, at Reply

      Ya that too and what’s weird is that some stupid morons who voted for him were and still are recieving money from the black lung association who is been funded by the obamacare.

  11. Posted by Fate Kyougo, at Reply

    yeah, because a toddler really knows what religion it wants. smh.

    • Posted by Ryan Walsh, at Reply

      Maybe they don’t want a religion

    • Posted by Ryan Walsh, at Reply

      I know I didn’t want to go to church as a toddler

  12. Posted by johnmburt1960, at Reply

    Speaking as an adoptive parent, I am heartsick.

    • Posted by johnmburt1960, at Reply

      +Gavin Laster I’m sorry to hear that. Tell me more, if you want.
      If you don’t want to talk about it publicly, where some ugly-mouthed-troll might try to butt in, you can find an ear at john_m_burt@hotmail.com

    • Posted by Gavin Laster, at Reply

      Basica lly the agency disagreed religiously which wasn’t horrible, they were ok with that but they disagreed when the children had to visit their abusive parents for whatever amount of time the child wanted and the agency not acting in the child’s best wishes

      We had a few fosters 2 toddlers who live nearby *adorable* and a teen who the agency bailed out of jail who is pregnant in a trailer park and a Spanish family and a girl

      The girl was a tomboy and she loved is and our house but the agency took her to a new family because they had a bigger pool…

  13. Posted by Ugly Pyro, at Reply

    Isn’t this kinda unconstituational

    • Posted by nerdieone1, at Reply

      Yup! No way it’ll pass.

    • Posted by zztzgza, at Reply

      You’re talking about southern states, especially Texas. This will get extremely close to passing, because those states are very religious.

  14. Posted by juan gomez, at Reply

    Pro life means you help the unborn but after birth no more help because that is communism.

    • Posted by Mike Lofky, at Reply

      in the words of the late great George Carlin is they’re not they’re anti woman.

    • Posted by Michael Echeverria, at Reply

      +juan gomez Only Republicans…

    • Posted by liquid0ify, at Reply

      Conservatives are not pro-life. They are pro-birth.
      They love the fetus, hate the child. Love the soldier, hate the veteran.

    • Posted by juan gomez, at Reply

      They love the death penalty, although they have very high degree of mistrust in government they are pretty sure government will not make any mistake in a penalty that doesn’t tolerate any mistake in order to be effective.

  15. Posted by A.Justin Atwood, at Reply

    Everything is bigger in Texas! Especially piles of 💩 crap.

    • Posted by LadyAneh, at Reply

      That is an accurate statement. We do have a lot of livestock. We also have quite a few Muslims, Jewish people, immigrants of various origins, and agnostics/atheists/LGBTQ+ people who we respect as fellow human beings, especially in Houston and Austin. Don’t discriminate against Texas in general.

  16. Posted by Christian Rodriguez, at Reply

    This is the exact reason why atheism is skyrocketing in this country and theism is lagging behind. If my fairy tale book conflicts with your fairy tale book, I can refuse to let you take care of a child who desperately needs it. And on top of that, ill brainwash that child to believe in my own fairy tale book because I have religious freedom to hate you and hate this child. How did this country become so unbelievably religious that refusing to give a child a bright future is considered acting on one’s religious freedom?

    • Posted by Zaprozhan, at Reply

      Just like “Party before State”, these guys are “Dogma before People.”

  17. Posted by Mike Carter, at Reply

    Separation between church and state, anyone? Anyone?

    • Posted by rambleon, at Reply

      yes!

    • Posted by nexus1g, at Reply

      Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.

      It does not give legislative powers to any religion. It does not prevent people from practicing their religion. In fact, it further guarantees that a person can freely practice their religion.

  18. Posted by Joey Paterson, at Reply

    Ok Cenk, how about i wont take your money for an adoption agency if you don’t take my money to send to the murdering machine that is planned parenthood. Ana your about the most self righteous person on this planet.

    • Posted by Golgotha_Mythos69, at Reply

      @Joey Paterson – Give it up with this PPpropaganda. False equivalence, ffs! Besides the idea that adoption is supposed to be an “incentive” for women considering abortion. Why don’t YOU explain why conservative christians are opposed to safe sex education when stats *prove* they help prevent teen pregnancy and thus, abortions?

      There’s a culture-wars quid pro quo worth debating….

    • Posted by Amelia Parry, at Reply

      Joey Paterson It isn’t ‘in fact’ murder otherwise it would be illegal and classed as murder by law. I think you mean it is murder in your opinion. Educate yourself bud

    • Posted by Snakeye808, at Reply

      It’s amazing how many people believe their money is going towards abortions, despite it being illegal to use taxpayer funding to pay for an abortion since the 70s. But since 97% of the services Planned Parenthood provides are completely unrelated to abortion, this would be like Planned Parenthood denying care to Christians on the basis of their religion, such as refusing to give them cancer screenings including breast exams and Pap tests, or pregnancy tests and prenatal services.

    • Posted by Zachary Ettlich, at Reply

      I’m going to insist you choose between getting rid of planned Parenthood and preventing people from adopting. You can’t have both.

    • Posted by Ryan Walsh, at Reply

      No government money goes towards abortions

  19. Posted by Travis Rogers, at Reply

    No better American Christians than *DEAD* American Christians. America is a greater nation for every Christian who drops dead.