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Elena Kagan Demanded Sex-Change Operations
Wed Jun 30, 2010 12:34

Elena Kagan Demanded Sex-Change Operations and Bathroom Access as 'Equal Rights' for Cross-Dressing Harvard Students

WASHINGTON, June 29 /Christian Newswire/ -- Chaplain Klingenschmitt has contracted with a team of investigative journalists including Brian Camenker, Amy Contrada and Peter LaBarbera to investigate and report breaking news about Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan.

While serving as Dean of Harvard Law School, Kagan's administration demanded and forced Blue-Cross, Blue-Shield to cover sex-change operations as an "equal right" paid benefit, harming gender-confused students, as confirmed in 2006 and 2008 by Harvard Crimson newspaper articles.

Kagan also offered sympathetic ear to lesbian group Lambda's Transgender Task Force demand to force all women to share public bathrooms and locker-rooms with cross-dressing men, which is now part of Harvard's dormitory policy, according to the report.

"This is further proof Elena Kagan cannot be trusted to impartially rule on Obamacare or bathroom bills like ENDA, since she believes sin is a Constitutional right," said Chaplain Klingenschmitt, "but rights come from God, who never grants the right to sin."

Excerpts from the breaking news report, with links to original proof sources, are now posted online at, with further support at

Concerned citizens are encouraged to sign a petition which will be automatically faxed to 100 Senators encouraging them to filibuster and vote against Kagan's nomination to the Supreme Court, at

Chaplain Klingenschmitt is available for news interviews as servant of The Pray In Jesus Name Project, at 719-360-5132,

Peter LaBarbera is available for news interviews as director of Americans For Truth About Homosexuality, at 630-546-4439,

Brian Camenker is available for news interviews as director of Mass Resistance at 781-890-6001,

Christian Newswire


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Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan finished her the last day of questioning on Wednesday. Over the past two days Ms. Kagan was challenged over her treatment of military recruiters while dean of Harvard Law School, and asked to share her perspective on gun rights. When questioned on the subject of partial-birth abortion, Kagan described it as "an incredibly difficult issue." On Tuesday, Sens. Specter (D-PA) and Sen. Kohl (D-WI) separately questioned Kagan on allowing televised Supreme Court oral arguments. Read More »
Outside witness testimony is postponed to late Thursday afternoon due to the U.S. Senate’s adjournment for the arrival of Sen. Robert Byrd’s casket on Capitol Hill. The Committee hopes to approve her nomination and hold a floor vote in late July. If confirmed, she would replace retiring Justice John Paul Stevens and become the fourth woman in the Supreme Court's history.
C-SPAN: C-SPAN's Coverage of the Elena Kagan Supreme Court Confirmation Hearing will continue Thursday at 4pm ET with testimony from outside witnesses.

Wednesday June 30, 2010 5:54 C-SPAN
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