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Friday, June 3, 2016


FOX NEWS NATIONAL TV COVERS
MRFF IN 'BAILING ON BOYKIN'

Bailing On Boykin - General's Christian Views Stir Controversy

Friday, June 3, 2016


IN-DEPTH INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM SITE
"THE DAILY CALLER"
COVERS BOYKIN REJECTION

Army Nixes General Boykin Prayer Breakfast Speech

Thursday, June 2, 2016

Retired Lt. General Jerry Boykin made headlines late last month when Hampden-Sydney College re-instated him to the faculty shortly after parting ways because he had vowed to lop off the schlong of any transgendered "woman" in the bathroom with his daughter.

But on Wednesday Boykin, who has also “joked” that Jews cause all the worlds’ problems, was again penalized for his incendiary language. Ft. Riley, Kansas abruptly dropped him as their Monday prayer breakfast speaker following vituperative complaints from the Military Religious Freedom Foundation. [...]

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ONE NEWS NOW CHIMES IN ON 'BOYKIN BOUNCED' WITH SURVEY

Chaplains hit the beach, too, but Boykin gets bounced

Friday, June 3, 2016

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A prayer breakfast at Fort Riley, scheduled for the 72nd anniversary of D-Day next week, was expected to include Jerry Boykin, a retired U.S. Army lieutenant general most famous as an early commander of the elite Delta Force.

But news of the prayer breakfast and its speaker reached atheist Mikey Weinstein, who contacted Fort Riley and complained about the event and its outspoken, conservative speaker. [...]

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THE WASHINGTON TIMES COVERS MRFF IN 'BOYKIN BOUNCED'

Lt. Gen. Jerry Boykin, Islam critic, disinvited from Army prayer breakfast

Friday, June 3, 2016

Ordained minister and retired Lt. Gen. Jerry Boykin was set to deliver remarks at a military prayer breakfast, but the event was rescheduled and he was not retained after an advocacy group complained about his biblical view of sexual morality and past criticisms of Islam.

Fort Riley, home of the 1st Infantry Division of the U.S. Army in Kansas, said the disinvitation from the base's D-Day anniversary celebration for this upcoming Monday was the result of "scheduling conflicts."[...]

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AMERICAN FAMILY ASSOCIATION ATTACKS MRFF OVER
BOYKIN DEMAND

Take Action: Army cancels Christian speaker at atheist's request

Thursday, June 2, 2016

Lt. Gen. Jerry Boykin (U.S. Army, Ret.) was invited on March 31 to speak at a prayer breakfast for soldiers on Monday's D-Day anniversary event at Fort Riley, Kansas. General Boykin, a founding member of Delta Force and 36-year veteran, was eager to speak to Fort Riley's young soldiers about the importance of faith to the soldier.

This week, following an angry demand by atheist Mikey Weinstein, which actively stalks General Boykin in his stand for military religious freedom, Fort Riley officials promptly canceled the prayer breakfast, citing "scheduling conflicts." Not only would the event be "rescheduled," but the official said General Boykin would not be invited back as a speaker.[...]

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