For the third consecutive year President Obama has signed a proclamation recognizing June as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Pride Month. “The story of America’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community is the story of our fathers and sons, our mothers and daughters, and our friends and neighbors who continue the task of making our country a more perfect Union,” declared the President as he took his stand with America’s homosexual activist lobby. In making the proclamation he emphasized that all Americans “rededicate ourselves to the pursuit of equal rights for all, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.”

Tea Party favorite Michele Bachmann (R-Minn., left) has provided a series of hints that she is considering a presidential bid, and her announcement that she will be participating in the next presidential debate in New Hampshire this month virtually confirms Bachmann�s intent to be a presidential candidate for the 2012 nomination.

The debate, set to take place on June 13 in Manchester, N.H., is expected to boast a series of prominent candidates, including Tim Pawlenty, Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich, Herman Cain, Mitt Romney, and Ron Paul. Bachmann will reportedly be among these contenders, says Bachmann aide Any Parrish.

Graduation season this year has witnessed a number of spiritual battles as prayer and religious symbols at commencement ceremonies have been under attack by the Left. The latest effort against school prayer has been levied by Chief U.S. District Judge Fred Biery (left), who ordered that students in the Medina Valley Independent School District of Texas may not use religious words such as “prayer” or “amen” at their graduation ceremony.

The public outcry against the privacy violations of Transportation Security Administration agents continues to be impassioned. This week, an unsettling video of a woman undergoing TSA screening at Phoenix’s Sky Harbor International Airport went viral, once against drawing attention to the various unconstitutional endeavors being undertaken at airports nationwide.

A funny thing happened to Mitt Romney on the way to formally launching his campaign for President in the state with the nation's first presidential primaries. The handsome, well groomed, tanned, and relaxed former Governor of Massachusetts made his much-anticipated announcement at the Bittersweet Farm of lifelong Republican activists Doug and Stella Scamman in the New Hampshire seacoast community of Stratham and all, apparently, went according to plan. Except for one thing. Further south on the seacoast, the Sarah Palin magical mystery tour turned up in the shoreline community of Seabrook.