Amy Contrada
A Conservative (formerly)
in Massachusetts
 

Elena Kagan Queered HLS

How Elena Kagan helped "queer" Harvard Law School

Will she now help "queer" the US Supreme Court's decisions?

UPDATED with new material - April 22, 2015 

Originally POSTED: June 28, 2010   UPDATED: June 30, 2010
[Note: This was published shortly before the confirmation hearing for Kagan began.]

by Amy L. Contrada and Brian Camenker, MassResistance
with Peter LaBarbera, Americans for Truth about Homosexuality

(c) 2010, 2015 MassResistance

SEE FULL REPORT
HERE.

On April 28, 2015, the US Supreme Court will hear the "same-sex marriage" case. Federal law states: "Any justice, judge, or magistrate judge of the United States shall disqualify himself in any proceeding in which his impartiality might reasonably be questioned."

Last September, Kagan performed a same-sex "wedding". But that's just the latest of a long history of Kagan's GLBT activism. The evidence presented below is overwhelming. Justice Kagan is hugely biased on GLBT issues and must recuse herself.

Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan is committed to the radical campaign pushing acceptance of homosexuality and transgenderism as “civil rights." Her unprecedented activism supporting that view as Dean of Harvard Law School (2003-2009) calls into question her ability to judge fairly and impartially on same-sex “marriage” and other homosexuality- or transgender-related issues that may come before the nation’s highest court.

Kagan’s record while Dean of Harvard Law School (HLS) demonstrates her agreement with the goals of the radical GLBT (gay lesbian bisexual transgender) movement and her solidarity with those activists. Working hand in hand with students to expel military recruiters in protest over the Armed Forces’ ban on homosexuals (a “moral injustice of the first order,” she wrote) is only the most obvious example of Kagan’s passionate dedication to this controversial and immoral agenda.


Kagan on Harvard Law School steps during Lambda rally against
military recruiters, October 2004. (
Harvard Law Record photo)

Kagan’s celebration and active promotion of the radical homosexualist and transgender worldview has profound implications. As a Supreme Court Justice, she could be expected to overturn traditional law and understandings of family, marriage, military order, and even our God-given sex (what transgender radicals call “gender identity or expression”). She is a most dangerous nominee who must be opposed by all who care about religious freedom, the preservation of marriage and traditional values.

There should be grave concern over Kagan’s issues advocacy concerning “sexual orientation.” Even before her nomination to the Court, her enthusiastic and committed pro-homosexuality activism at Harvard (including her recruitment to the faculty of radical “gay” activist scholars like former ACLU lawyer William Rubenstein and elevation of radical out lesbian Professor Janet Halley) was highly significant for the nation. Now, it is imperative that Senators and the U.S. public gain an accurate understanding of the radical, pro-homosexual environment that was Kagan’s home at Harvard – and the GLBT legal agenda that Kagan herself helped foster as Dean.


Dean Elena Kagan appears before a conference organized
by HLS Lambda, October 2003. (
Harvard Law Record photo.) 

Kagan did her best to change a generation of Harvard-educated lawyers. Will she do the same to America? ...

[See the rest of the report
here.]


                                 
Kagan attended the Harvard Gay & Lesbian Caucus’s 25th Anniversary
celebration
. Events included a legal panel discussion (which Kagan
moderated) on GLBT law and trends, and other diversions.