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Checking component base:
package psa-hotfix5 not installed
package osCommerce not installed
package psa-selinux not installed
package psa-hotfix6 (key package) not installed
package Mambo not installed
package psa-horde not installed
package psa-imp not installed
package psa (key package) not installed
package psa-qmail not installed
package psa-proftpd-xinetd not installed
package psa-pre-keyupdate not installed
package psa-logrotate not installed
package psa-courier-imap-add not installed
package psa-api-common not installed
package psa-api-cli not installed
package psa-key not installed
package psa-locale-base-en-US not installed
package psa-proftpd not installed
package courier-imap not installed
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package frontpage (key package) not installed
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package perl-MLDBM not installed
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package perl-MLDBM-Sync not installed
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package psa-tomcat-configurator not installed
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package AdvancedPoll (key package) not installed
package AutoIndex (key package) not installed
package b2evolution (key package) not installed
package bbclone (key package) not installed
package CSLH (key package) not installed
package DocFAQ (key package) not installed
package gtchat (key package) not installed
package openbiblio (key package) not installed
package Owl (key package) not installed
package phpAds (key package) not installed
package phpBB (key package) not installed
package phpBook (key package) not installed
package phpBugTracker (key package) not installed
package phpDig (key package) not installed
package phpMoney (key package) not installed
package phpMyFamily (key package) not installed
package phpsurveyor (key package) not installed
package phpWiki (key package) not installed
package pLog (key package) not installed
package PostNuke (key package) not installed
package Tellme (key package) not installed
package TUTOS (key package) not installed
package typo (key package) not installed
package UebiMiau (key package) not installed
package WebCalendar (key package) not installed
package WebShopmanager (key package) not installed
package WordPress (key package) not installed
package xrms (key package) not installed
package Coppermine (key package) not installed
package gallery (key package) not installed
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package psa-passwd (key package) not installed
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Checking component psa-cf:
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component base – install mode
component psa-autoinstaller- install mode
component fp – install mode
component mailman – install mode
component asp – install mode
component postgresql – install mode
component java – install mode
component spamassassin – install mode
component rblsmtpd – install mode
component mod_python – up-to-date mode
component ppwse – install mode
component drweb – install mode
component vault – install mode
component bu – install mode
component api – install mode
component sshterm – install mode
component pmm – install mode
component psa-firewall – install mode
component cs-gs – install mode
component psa-vpn – install mode
component battlefield – install mode
component horde-comps – install mode
component psa-fileserver – install mode
component docs – install mode
component watchdog – install mode
component sitebuilder – install mode
component psa-cf – install mode
package psa-hotfix5 (file /PSA_7.5.4/rpm_RedHat_el4/base/psa-hotfix5-7.5.4-rhel4.build75060118.18.i586.rpm) is added to Necessary install list because user asked to install ‘Base packages of Plesk’
package osCommerce (file /PSA_7.5.4/rpm_RedHat_el4/base/osCommerce-2.2ms2-7509.noarch.rpm) is added to Necessary install list because user asked to install ‘Base packages of Plesk’
package psa-selinux (file /PSA_7.5.4/rpm_RedHat_el4/base/psa-selinux-7.5.4-rhel4.build75060202.03.noarch.rpm) is added to Necessary install list because user asked to install ‘Base packages of Plesk’
package psa-hotfix6 (file /PSA_7.5.4/rpm_RedHat_el4/base/psa-hotfix6-7.5.4-rhel4.build75060321.20.i586.rpm) is added to Necessary install list because user asked to install ‘Base packages of Plesk’
package Mambo (file /PSA_7.5.4/rpm_RedHat_el4/base/Mambo-4.5.2.3-7504.noarch.rpm) is added to Necessary install list because user asked to install ‘Base packages of Plesk’
package psa-horde (file /PSA_7.5.4/rpm_RedHat_el4/base/psa-horde-3.0.5-rhel4.build75050824.12.noarch.rpm) is added to Necessary install list because user asked to install ‘Base packages of Plesk’
package psa-imp (file /PSA_7.5.4/rpm_RedHat_el4/base/psa-imp-4.0.3-rhel4.build75050824.12.noarch.rpm) is added to Necessary install list because user asked to install ‘Base packages of Plesk’
package psa (file /PSA_7.5.4/rpm_RedHat_el4/base/psa-7.5.4-rhel4.build75050824.12.i586.rpm) is added to Necessary install list because user asked to install ‘Base packages of Plesk’
package psa-qmail (file /PSA_7.5.4/rpm_RedHat_el4/base/psa-qmail-1.03-rhel4.build75060321.20.i586.rpm) is added to Necessary install list because user asked to install ‘Base packages of Plesk’
package psa-proftpd-xinetd (file /PSA_7.5.4/rpm_RedHat_el4/base/psa-proftpd-xinetd-1.2.10-rhel4.build75050824.12.i586.rpm) is added to Necessary install list because user asked to install ‘Base packages of Plesk’
package psa-pre-keyupdate (file /PSA_7.5.4/rpm_RedHat_el4/base/psa-pre-keyupdate-7.5.4-rhel4.build75050824.12.i586.rpm) is added to Necessary install list because user asked to install ‘Base packages of Plesk’
package psa-logrotate (file /PSA_7.5.4/rpm_RedHat_el4/base/psa-logrotate-3.7-rhel4.build75050824.12.i586.rpm) is added to Necessary install list because user asked to install ‘Base packages of Plesk’
package psa-courier-imap-add (file /PSA_7.5.4/rpm_RedHat_el4/base/psa-courier-imap-add-7.5.4-rhel4.build75050902.17.i586.rpm) is added to Necessary install list because user asked to install ‘Base packages of Plesk’
package psa-api-common (file /PSA_7.5.4/rpm_RedHat_el4/base/psa-api-common-7.5.4-rhel4.build75060321.20.noarch.rpm) is added to Necessary install list because user asked to install ‘Base packages of Plesk’
package psa-api-cli (file /PSA_7.5.4/rpm_RedHat_el4/base/psa-api-cli-7.5.4-rhel4.build75060321.20.noarch.rpm) is added to Necessary install list because user asked to install ‘Base packages of Plesk’
package psa-key (file /PSA_7.5.4/rpm_RedHat_el4/base/psa-key-7.5-rhel4.build75050824.12.noarch.rpm) is added to Necessary install list because user asked to install ‘Base packages of Plesk’
package psa-locale-base-en-US (file /PSA_7.5.4/rpm_RedHat_el4/base/psa-locale-base-en-US-7.5.4-rhel4.build75051115.01.noarch.rpm) is added to Necessary install list because user asked to install ‘Base packages of Plesk’
package psa-proftpd (file /PSA_7.5.4/rpm_RedHat_el4/base/psa-proftpd-1.2.10-rhel4.build75050824.12.i586.rpm) is added to Necessary install list because user asked to install ‘Base packages of Plesk’
package courier-imap (file /PSA_7.5.4/rpm_RedHat_el4/base/courier-imap-3.0.8-rhel4.build75050824.12.i586.rpm) is added to Necessary install list because user asked to install ‘Base packages of Plesk’
package psa-autoinstaller (file /PSA_7.5.4/rpm_RedHat_el4/opt/updater/psa-autoinstaller-3.0.0-build060321.19.i586.rpm) is added to Necessary install list because user asked to install ‘Plesk Updater’
package php-pgsql (file php-pgsql-4.3.9-3.6.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package selinux-policy-targeted-sources (file selinux-policy-targeted-sources-1.17.30-2.52.1.noarch.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package postgresql-libs (file postgresql-libs-7.4.7-2.RHEL4.1.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package selinux-policy-targeted (file selinux-policy-targeted-1.17.30-2.52.1.noarch.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package policycoreutils (file policycoreutils-1.18.1-4.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package m4 (file m4-1.4.1-16.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package checkpolicy (file checkpolicy-1.17.5-1.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package which (file which-2.16-4.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package webalizer (file webalizer-2.01_10-25.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package vixie-cron (file vixie-cron-4.1-20_EL.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package unzip (file unzip-5.51-7.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package tar (file tar-1.14-4.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package sharutils (file sharutils-4.2.1-22.2.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package php-mysql (file php-mysql-4.3.9-3.6.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package php-imap (file php-imap-4.3.9-3.6.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package php (file php-4.3.9-3.6.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package ntp (file ntp-4.2.0.a.20040617-4.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package mysql-server (file mysql-server-4.1.10a-2.RHEL4.1.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package mod_ssl (file mod_ssl-2.0.52-12.ent.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package mod_perl (file mod_perl-1.99_16-4.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package mailx (file mailx-8.1.1-33.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package libxml2 (file libxml2-2.6.16-6.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package libtool-libs (file libtool-libs-1.5.6-4.EL4.1.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package libidn (file libidn-0.5.6-1.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package libgpg-error (file libgpg-error-1.0-1.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package libgcrypt (file libgcrypt-1.2.0-3.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package libxslt (file libxslt-1.1.11-1.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package compat-db (file compat-db-4.1.25-9.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package curl (file curl-7.12.1-5.rhel4.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package httpd (file httpd-2.0.52-12.ent.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package bind (file bind-9.2.4-2.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package openssh-clients (file openssh-clients-3.9p1-8.RHEL4.4.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package perl (file perl-5.8.5-12.1.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package libsepol (file libsepol-1.1.1-2.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package libpng (file libpng-1.2.7-1.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package gd (file gd-2.0.28-4.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package crontabs (file crontabs-1.10-7.noarch.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package sysklogd (file sysklogd-1.4.1-26_EL.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package xinetd (file xinetd-2.3.13-4.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package python (file python-2.3.4-14.1.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package mysql (file mysql-4.1.10a-2.RHEL4.1.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package libc-client (file libc-client-2002e-8.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package php-pear (file php-pear-4.3.9-3.6.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package gmp (file gmp-4.1.4-3.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package bzip2-libs (file bzip2-libs-1.0.2-13.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package aspell (file aspell-0.50.5-3.fc3.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package libcap (file libcap-1.10-20.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package perl-DBD-MySQL (file perl-DBD-MySQL-2.9004-3.1.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package perl-DBI (file perl-DBI-1.40-8.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package make (file make-3.80-5.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package distcache (file distcache-1.4.5-6.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package zlib (file zlib-1.2.1.2-1.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package openldap (file openldap-2.2.13-2.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package expat (file expat-1.95.7-4.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package openssl (file openssl-0.9.7a-43.1.i686.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package openssl (file openssl-0.9.7a-43.1.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package apr-util (file apr-util-0.9.4-17.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package httpd-suexec (file httpd-suexec-2.0.52-12.ent.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package gawk (file gawk-3.1.3-10.1.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package apr (file apr-0.9.4-24.3.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package file (file file-4.10-2.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package findutils (file findutils-4.1.20-7.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package mailcap (file mailcap-2.1.17-1.noarch.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package bind-libs (file bind-libs-9.2.4-2.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package bind-utils (file bind-utils-9.2.4-2.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package openssh (file openssh-3.9p1-8.RHEL4.4.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package perl-Filter (file perl-Filter-1.30-6.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package libjpeg (file libjpeg-6b-33.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package freetype (file freetype-2.1.9-1.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package xorg-x11-libs (file xorg-x11-libs-6.8.2-1.EL.13.6.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package db4 (file db4-4.2.52-7.1.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package tcp_wrappers (file tcp_wrappers-7.6-37.2.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package libtermcap (file libtermcap-2.0.8-39.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package aspell-en (file aspell-en-0.51-11.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package cyrus-sasl-md5 (file cyrus-sasl-md5-2.1.19-5.EL4.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package cyrus-sasl (file cyrus-sasl-2.1.19-5.EL4.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package grep (file grep-2.5.1-31.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package mktemp (file mktemp-1.5-20.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package krb5-libs (file krb5-libs-1.3.4-12.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package e2fsprogs (file e2fsprogs-1.35-12.1.EL4.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package libselinux (file libselinux-1.19.1-7.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package fontconfig (file fontconfig-2.2.3-7.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package xorg-x11-Mesa-libGL (file xorg-x11-Mesa-libGL-6.8.2-1.EL.13.6.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package info (file info-4.7-5.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package libstdc++ (file libstdc++-3.4.3-22.1.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package termcap (file termcap-5.4-3.noarch.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package pam (file pam-0.77-66.5.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package gdbm (file gdbm-1.8.0-24.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package pcre (file pcre-4.5-3.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package ncurses (file ncurses-5.4-13.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package sed (file sed-4.1.2-4.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package glib2 (file glib2-2.4.7-1.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package cracklib-dicts (file cracklib-dicts-2.7-29.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package cracklib (file cracklib-2.7-29.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package postgresql-devel (file postgresql-devel-7.4.7-2.RHEL4.1.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package php-ldap (file php-ldap-4.3.9-3.6.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
package php-odbc (file php-odbc-4.3.9-3.6.i386.rpm) was added to installation list as required for base packages.
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package psa-hotfix5 (file /PSA_7.5.4/rpm_RedHat_el4/base/psa-hotfix5-7.5.4-rhel4.build75060118.18.i586.rpm)
package osCommerce (file /PSA_7.5.4/rpm_RedHat_el4/base/osCommerce-2.2ms2-7509.noarch.rpm)
package psa-selinux (file /PSA_7.5.4/rpm_RedHat_el4/base/psa-selinux-7.5.4-rhel4.build75060202.03.noarch.rpm)
package psa-hotfix6 (file /PSA_7.5.4/rpm_RedHat_el4/base/psa-hotfix6-7.5.4-rhel4.build75060321.20.i586.rpm)
package Mambo (file /PSA_7.5.4/rpm_RedHat_el4/base/Mambo-4.5.2.3-7504.noarch.rpm)
package psa-horde (file /PSA_7.5.4/rpm_RedHat_el4/base/psa-horde-3.0.5-rhel4.build75050824.12.noarch.rpm)
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package psa (file /PSA_7.5.4/rpm_RedHat_el4/base/psa-7.5.4-rhel4.build75050824.12.i586.rpm)
package psa-qmail (file /PSA_7.5.4/rpm_RedHat_el4/base/psa-qmail-1.03-rhel4.build75060321.20.i586.rpm)
package psa-proftpd-xinetd (file /PSA_7.5.4/rpm_RedHat_el4/base/psa-proftpd-xinetd-1.2.10-rhel4.build75050824.12.i586.rpm)
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package psa-logrotate (file /PSA_7.5.4/rpm_RedHat_el4/base/psa-logrotate-3.7-rhel4.build75050824.12.i586.rpm)
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package psa-api-cli (file /PSA_7.5.4/rpm_RedHat_el4/base/psa-api-cli-7.5.4-rhel4.build75060321.20.noarch.rpm)
package psa-key (file /PSA_7.5.4/rpm_RedHat_el4/base/psa-key-7.5-rhel4.build75050824.12.noarch.rpm)
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But the log does not tell all:
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Father of LaFave Victim Complains That LaFave Did Not go to Jail.

WorldNetDaily: Father of LaFave’s boy toy: Debra should have got jail
Part of the reason the case did not go to trial was the lack of willingness by the victim’s family to go through a public hearing, especially without guarantees television cameras would be kept out of the courtroom.

It comes down to this…if you don’t want to testify..don’t cry when the accused walks out of court with no criminal time.

WorldNetDaily: What’s behind today’s epidemic of teacher-student sex?

WorldNetDaily: What’s behind today’s epidemic of teacher-student sex?

I ma going to leave this totally intact. I am posting the entire articdle here justt in case the link goes down but this is the work of the website and article author not mine in any way. All copyrights are of the author and WorldNetDaily.
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What’s behind today’s epidemic
of teacher-student sex?
Posted: March 22, 2006
1:00 a.m. Eastern

Editor’s note: In light of the sensational dismissal of charges against Debra Lafave, the Florida teacher who committed statutory rape on her 14-year-old student, WND is publishing the following story, featured in the current issue of Whistleblower magazine in an issue titled “PREDATORS.” David Kupelian’s expos? is one of 15 in this groundbreaking investigative report on teachers who sexually prey on their students – a hidden scandal experts say is much larger than the clergy sex scandal that has rocked the Roman Catholic Church.

SPECIAL OFFER: Until 10 p.m. Pacific, Friday, March 31, Whistleblower subscriptions and renewals are available at a radical discount.

? 2006 WorldNetDaily.com

It was a bizarre and emotional courtroom scene, but one occurring with disturbing frequency these days. A popular middle school teacher, 43-year-old Pamela Diehl-Moore, had tearfully pleaded guilty to having sex with a child ? a 13-year-old male student who had just completed 7th grade ? and now stood before a Hackensack, N.J., judge awaiting sentencing.

And what would that sentence be? Considering all the intense media coverage of male sexual predators victimizing female children, one might expect a stiff prison term, accompanied by a withering rebuke.

But when New Jersey Superior Court Judge Bruce A. Gaeta opened his mouth, the words that came out did not express criticism of the teacher, nor acknowledge any damage she had done to her victim.

“I really don’t see the harm that was done here,” the judge proclaimed, “and certainly society doesn’t need to be worried. I do not believe she is a sexual predator. It’s just something between two people that clicked beyond the teacher-student relationship.”

“Clicked”? With a 13-year-old?

“Maybe it was a way for him, once this happened, to satisfy his sexual needs,” the judge added. “People mature at different rates.” Gee thanks, Judge.

According to court transcripts, Gaeta summed up his shocking judicial leniency this way: “I don’t see anything here that shows this young man has been psychologically damaged by her actions. And don’t forget, this was mutual consent. Now certainly under the law, he is too young to legally consent, but that’s what the law says. Some of the legislators should remember when they were that age. Maybe these ages have to be changed a little bit.”

Translation: The 43-year-old teacher didn’t really do anything wrong in having sex with a schoolboy, the kid wanted it, statutory rape laws are unrealistic and the age of consent should be lowered.

Oh, the sentence? Five years probation ? no jail time.

In yet another recent court case, U.S. District Judge J. Thomas Marten in Kansas also questioned whether sex with kids was really bad.

“Where is the clear, credible evidence that underage sex is always injurious? If you tell me because it is illegal, I reject that,” Marten said, according to the Associated Press.

Although most judges don’t publicly sing the praises of statutory rape like these two ? indeed, Judge Gaeta later came under the scrutiny of a judicial fitness review board ? many regular Americans apparently agree with them. A lot of us just don’t seem to think there’s much of a problem when female teachers have sex with their male students.

“What is the deal lately with hot female teachers seducing their 13- to 16-year-old students?!” asked one blogger expressing the prevalent “what’s-the-problem?” attitude: “I think the woman is getting off on the social taboo factor more than anything else. At least, that’s what the expert psychologists say. I just wish I had a teacher stupid enough and bored enough in my grade school to make my pubescent dreams come true. If it wasn’t illegal and there were no jilted husbands, it’s almost a victimless crime.”

And Bob Shoop, a Kansas State University education professor and expert witness in 30 court cases involving sexual abuse in schools, summed it up for the Associated Press this way: “I think our society sort of says to the boy: ‘Congratulations, that’s great. Everybody fantasizes about having a sexual relationship with an older woman.'”

As for the perpetrators themselves, often they just think they’re expressing love.

One of the most famous cases of a teacher-student sexual relationship is that of Mary Kay Letourneau, who, unlike Diehl-Moore, served seven years in prison for the statutory rape ? or “child rape” as it is called in Washington ? of a 13-year-old boy at the school where she taught. Four months after her 1997 arrest, Letourneau ? 34 at the time and married with four children ? gave birth to a daughter fathered by the boy, Vili Fualaau. Pleading guilty, she was sentenced to 89 months in prison, but her term was suspended except for six months in jail ? and the requirement that she stay away from Vili after her release.

But no sooner was she let out ? early, for good behavior ? than Letourneau was discovered in a car with Fualaau and re-arrested. Incensed, the judge sent her straight to prison to serve out the rest of her seven-and-a-half year sentence.

While Letourneau was behind bars, however, in March 1998 prison officials discovered that she was pregnant with another child by Fualaau. The next year, she and the boy co-authored a book ? released in France, but not the U.S. ? titled “Un Seul Crime, L’amour” (“Only One Crime, Love”) ? for which her attorney reportedly brokered Letourneau a $200,000 advance ? and 2000 saw the release of her movie, “All-American Girl: The Mary Kay Letourneau Story.” She was also divorced from her husband Steve.

When Letourneau was finally paroled on Aug. 4, 2004, Fualaau, then 21, successfully petitioned the court to lift its no-contact order and the couple was married May 20, 2005 ? with high-dollar tabloid TV cameras rolling.

The wedding invitations read: “Please join Mary and Vili for their special day. They hope to make this the best wedding experience for you. A luxurious touring bus will whisk you away to their wedding destination. Food and refreshments will be available for your bus ride. Please respect the need for privacy and know that pictures from the wedding will be available for the guests at a later date.”

In other words, leave your cameras at home, because we’re cashing in on our controversial wedding by selling exclusive video rights for a lot of money.

The 200 to 300 wedding guests reportedly went through identity checks and metal detectors, and signed secrecy and release-of-privacy statements due to the TV videotaping. The couple’s two daughters were the flower girls.

“Entertainment Tonight” and “The Insider” had exclusive rights to the wedding, with Seattle’s KING 5 News reporting the couple would earn around $750,000 for their wedding footage.

Today the couple, along with their two daughters, reportedly live off the high six-figure paycheck they received for selling their wedding video and reside in a beachfront home in a Seattle suburb.

‘Just being rebellious’

Sensational news stories of school teachers like Letourneau preying on students become a little more understandable when you realize the 1960s’ sexual revolution has advanced to the point that sex and school seem to go together these days.

In November, the Washington Post interviewed high school students in and around the nation’s capital:

Two students were discovered recently having sex in an Anne Arundel County high school gym. Four students at Col. Zadok Magruder High in Rockville were arrested in June after performing sex acts in the school parking lot. A boy and a girl at Springbrook High in Silver Spring were caught “touching inappropriately” in a school bathroom. Last year, three teenage boys at Mount Hebron High in Howard County were arrested after a student accused them of sexually assaulting her in a school restroom, but charges were dropped after the boys said the sex was consensual and the girl recanted.

“Students would have intercourse on the stairwells, locked classrooms, in the locker rooms,” said Ihsan Musawwir, 18, a recent graduate of Dunbar Senior High School in the District. “It was embarrassing for me to walk in on it.”

Jessica Miller, 19, who graduated in June from T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria, said that for some students there, sex on campus is a popular fantasy ? and sometimes a reality ? particularly in the auditorium.

“It’s so big, it’s so dark,” Miller said. “There’s a lot more places to find privacy ? behind the stage and on the catwalk.”

But what’s the appeal? “Just being rebellious,” she said. “Coming back to class and saying, ‘Ooh, guess what I just did? I just had sex in the auditorium.’ ”

Cpl. Michael Rudinski, president of the Maryland Association of School Resource Officers, said teenagers do whatever they think their peers are doing, whether they are or not. “The thing about young people is when they see things in the mass media and they think it’s going on, they start doing it.”

Worse than Catholic clergy sex scandal?

In today’s sexually permissive school environment, just how prevalent is the teacher-student sex problem?

Get ready for a shock. According to a major 2004 study commissioned by the U.S. Department of Education ? the most in-depth investigation to date ? nearly 10 percent of U.S. public school students have been targeted with unwanted sexual attention by school employees.

Titled “Educator Sexual Misconduct: A Synthesis of Existing Literature,” the report says the mistreatment of students ranges from sexual comments to rape. In fact, says the study’s author Charol Shakeshaft, professor of educational administration at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y., the scope of the school-sex problem appears to far exceed the clergy-abuse scandal that has recently rocked the Roman Catholic Church.

Comparing the incidence of sexual misconduct in schools with the Catholic Church scandal, Shakeshaft notes that a recent study by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops concluded 10,667 young people were sexually mistreated by priests between 1950 and 2002.

In contrast, she extrapolates from a national survey conducted for the American Association of University Women Educational Foundation in 2000 that roughly 290,000 students experienced some sort of physical sexual abuse by a public school employee between 1991 and 2000.

The figures suggest “the physical sexual abuse of students in schools is likely more than 100 times the abuse by priests,” said Shakeshaft, according to Education Week.

Indeed, more than 4.5 million students are subject to sexual misconduct by an employee of a school sometime between kindergarten and 12th grade, says the report.

The National Education Association disputes Shakshaft’s conclusion, Education Week said, calling it “a misuse of the data to imply that public schools and the Catholic Church have experienced the same level of abuse cases.”

“I take great umbrage at that suggestion,” said NEA spokeswoman Kathleen Lyons. “That just seems like someone is reaching conclusions based on half the data that’s needed.”

Shakeshaft acknowledged many factors could alter the analysis, including undercounting of youth abused by priests, but she argued this provides impetus for better research.

“Educator sexual misconduct is woefully understudied,” Shakeshaft says in her report. “We have scant data on incidence and even less on descriptions of predators and targets. There are many questions that call for answers.”

Grooming

Like all sexual predators, says Shakeshaft, “sexual abusers in schools use various strategies to trap students. They lie to them, isolate them, make them feel complicit, and manipulate them into sexual contact. Often teachers target vulnerable or marginal students who are grateful for the attention.”

The report draws a clear distinction between true pedophiles ? that is, adults who target pre-pubescent children ? and those who criminally seduce pubescent but underage youngsters. “The abusers of children younger than seventh grade have different patterns than those who abuse older children,” she says, making a disturbing but familiar point about pedophiles’ modus operandi:

The educators who target elementary school children are often professionally accomplished and even celebrated. Particularly compared to their non-abusing counterparts, they hold a disproportionate number of awards. It is common to find that educators who have been sexually abusing children are also the same educators who display on their walls a community “Excellence in Teaching” award or a “Teacher of the Year” certificate. This popularity confounds district officials and community members and prompts them to ignore allegations on the belief that “outstanding teachers” cannot be abusers. Many educators who abuse work at being recognized as good professionals in order to be able to sexually abuse children. For them, being a good educator is the path to children, especially those who abuse elementary and younger middle school students.

In contrast, she notes:

At the late middle and high school level, educator abusers may or may not be outstanding practitioners. At this level, the initial acts are somewhat less premeditated and planned and more often opportunistic, a result of bad judgment or a misplaced sense of privilege.

Shakeshaft gives a chilling description of the various techniques of “grooming” ? a practice common to virtually all child molesters. Grooming, she explains, is a process whereby …

an abuser selects a student, gives the student attention and rewards, provides the student with support and understanding, all the while slowly increasing the amount of touch or other sexual behavior. The purpose of grooming is to test the child?s ability to maintain secrecy, to desensitize the child through progressive sexual behaviors, to provide the child with experiences that are valuable and that the child won?t want to lose, to learn information that will discredit the child, and to gain approval from parents.

Grooming allows the abuser to test the student?s silence at each step. It also serves to implicate the student, resulting in children believing that they are responsible for their own abuse because “I never said stop.”

Grooming often takes place in the context of providing a child with extras like additional help learning a musical instrument, advisement on a science project, or opportunities for camping and outdoor activity. These opportunities not only create a special relationship with students, they are also ones for which parents are usually appreciative.

Most sexual molesters work very hard to keep their victims from telling others. This is not as hard for the perpetrator to accomplish as it may seem. For one thing, children who are sexually abused by teachers often don’t recognize what is happening as abuse. “In many cases,” says the report, “they are told that what is happening is love. Many abusers of children at all ages couch what they are doing to the children as love, both romantic and parental.”

Other techniques for keeping children quiet, says Shakeshaft, are “intimidation and threats (if you tell, I?ll fail you),” “exploiting the power structure (if you tell, no one will believe you)” and “manipulating the child?s affections (if you tell, I?ll get in trouble; if you tell, I won?t be able to be your friend anymore).” Since kids typically get something out of the relationship ? everything from attention and gifts to physical pleasure and a feeling of belonging ? they can easily be made to feel responsible, something offenders use to their advantage.

But what happens when, despite the powerful manipulation of their minds and feelings by the sexual predator, children actually do go to authorities?

In many cases, says the federally funded report, they are just not believed: “Because of the power differential, the reputation difference between the educator and the child, or the mindset that children are untruthful, many reports by children are ignored or given minimal attention.”

Several studies estimate that only about 6 percent of all children report sexual abuse by an adult to someone who can do something about it. Indeed, fear of not being believed is the No. 1 reason kids don’t report their sexual victimization at the hands of adults.

Shakeshaft cites the case of one teacher, Kenneth DeLuca, who was convicted of sexually abusing 13 students between the ages of 10 and 18 over a period of 21 years. Although nearly all of the students reported the abuse at the time it was occurring, school officials ignored the accusations. “Overwhelmingly, the girls experienced a disastrous response when they told about DeLuca?s behavior,” said the report. “Many were disbelieved, some were told to leave schools, parents were allegedly threatened with lawsuits.”

Even more shocking, Shakeshaft’s report documents that offending teachers have frequently gotten off virtually scot-free even when their sexual misdeed are exposed to school administrators.

* In one study of 225 cases of teacher sex abuse in New York, although all the accused had admitted to sexually abusing a student, not one was reported to the police and only 1 percent lost their license to teach.

* A 2003 study reports that 159 Washington state coaches were “reprimanded, warned, or let go in the past decade because of sexual misconduct” ? and yet, “at least 98 of them continued coaching or teaching afterward.”

* A 2004 study reports that many school districts make confidential agreements with abusers, essentially trading a positive recommendation for a resignation. In one case, a Seattle educator named Luke Markishtum “had two decades of complaints of sex with students and providing alcohol and marijuana to students prior to his arrest for smuggling six tons of marijuana into the state. The district paid Markishtum the remainder of his salary that year, agreed to keep the record secret, and gave him an additional $69,000.”

‘Lucky day’

Recently, there has been a seeming explosion in a special type of teacher sexual abuse ? female teachers having sex with underage teenage boys, who as a rule are willing participants in the sex.

“Generally the male doesn’t feel victimized,” said Steven B. Blum, a consulting psychologist to a sex offender program in Nebraska. “A lot of teenage boys would see that as their lucky day,” he told the Los Angeles Times.

Lucky day? What about the next day, and the next year and beyond? Experts say sexually victimized boys experience later difficulty in developing age-appropriate relationships and gravitate toward pornography and one-night stands. They are also more likely as adults to suffer depression, anxiety and drug addiction.

The 16-year-old victim of Margaret De Barraicua, a 30-year-old California teacher who pleaded guilty to four counts of statutory rape, did not consider it his “lucky day.”

“I’m not the same boy,” the boy said in a letter read in court in Sacramento. “At school I became the center of attention. Everyone knew my name.” But the boy was so traumatized, his mother wrote in a letter read in court, that “his hair is falling out.”

And the father of a Colorado boy molested by Silvia Johnson ? who held drug-alcohol-and-sex parties at her home with teenaged schoolboys to be “cool” ? told the court the 40-year-old woman “took away my best friend, my hunting buddy. I can’t have him back now. He is gone.”

Many theories and factors are advanced to explain the major upsurge in illegal teacher-student sexual relationships, including:

* Two-breadwinner families mean children have more unsupervised time to be preyed upon.

* Cell-phone technology, text messaging and e-mail afford opportunities for teachers and students to communicate privately that didn’t exist a generation ago.

* The explosion of hardcore pornography, especially online, has resulted in the exposure of children to graphic sexual images to a far greater degree than at any time in history.

But overshadowing virtually all explanations for adult-child sex is the simple fact that the perpetrators ? and in the case of female offenders having sex with underage boys, the victims as well ? often don’t think there is anything wrong with what they are doing.

Essentially, the rationale is: Consensual sex doesn’t kill, injure or rob anyone, so where’s the victim? Why is “love” (remember Letourneau’s book, “Only One Crime, Love”) even a crime at all?

How did we get to the point that so many of us ? including even some of our judges ? just don’t see anything wrong with adults having “consensual” sex with children?

To truly answer that question, we’re going to have to venture beyond the boundaries of conventional journalism ? beyond the presentation of facts, examples, studies, statistics, theories and comments from experts. Journalism can do an excellent job of describing the symptoms of this problem ? but can never arrive at its cause, or cure.

Are you ready for a ride into new territory?

Awakening

“You don’t have a soul. You are a soul. You have a body.” ? C.S. Lewis

In “Prince Caspian,” C.S. Lewis’s second “Narnia” book (currently being made into a feature film following the roaring success of “The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe,” set for release in December 2007), the story unfolds in a latter-day, secular time, much like our own today.

In that story’s “modern” era, most, though definitely not all, of the people had forgotten about the magic, miracles and mirth that were everpresent during Narnia’s golden age, forgotten about the existence of the talking animals, indeed forgotten about Aslan the king himself.

The contemporary elite came to regard the beliefs and loyalties that once had been the very heartbeat of Narnian existence as nothing more than pernicious fables clung to by their ignorant, superstitious ancestors. Even the mention of the sacred things of the past was now forbidden by the murderous usurper, King Miraz, since merely speaking of such powerful truths posed a grave threat to his rule.

That is America today. In what was once the finest and most robust expression of Western Judeo-Christian civilization and the core values underlying it, most of us, too, have forgotten.

Forgotten the founding spiritual and moral values of our nation and culture.

Forgotten the simple, intuitive understanding of right and wrong that we grasped effortlessly when we were innocent children, but which we were later intimidated or seduced into doubting ? and abandoning.

Forgotten the core truth about man’s condition ? that he is in reality a “fallen” being, “born in sin,” and that his sexual urges must be channeled into marriage.

Freeze. Notice how, for many readers, that last sentence made you wince, if not recoil in horror. “Fallen being”? “Born in sin”? Man, where’s this guy coming from? Does he really believe that ancient religious mumbo jumbo?

That, my friends, is exactly the “forgetfulness” of self-evident “truth we all once knew” that I’m talking about.

This basic truth that human beings are fallen and corruptible ? a reality not only spelled out in the Bible from Genesis to Revelation, but also clearly evident from observing everyday life ? this truth about man’s condition which is at the very core of our legal system and the very reason for limited government (“Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely”) ? is now embarrassing to us.

For most people alive today, this Christian worldview, which animated Christopher Columbus, the Pilgrims and the founding fathers in the profoundest possible way, is just a fairy tale, an embarrassing anachronism, perhaps even “the source of most of humankind’s strife and war.”

We’re living in latter-day Narnia, where we mock and deny the “old truths” that, unknown to us, still form the very substance of everything valuable we possess today.

Very simply, we’ve forgotten what we as human beings actually are, and why we have been put here on this beautiful blue globe we call earth. We’ve forgotten that we’re here to serve a much higher purpose than just fulfilling our own desires.

We’ve become like Martians who, arriving on Earth for the first time encounter a Ford Mustang convertible. Not having any idea what it is or its maker’s intended use, the Martians mistakenly conclude it must be a hot tub and proceed to fill it with water and bathe in it. And then ? when you come along and tell them they’re ruining this valuable car by their misuse of it, they become angry and accuse you of attempting to deny them their rightful pleasure.

What does this have to do with sex? Without the understanding of our spiritual origin and destiny ? of who we are and what purpose our maker intended for us ? we can’t possibly understand sex and its intended role in our lives. Instead, all we have driving us are the desires, physical and emotional “needs,” cravings and compulsions we find welling up from within us.

Sometimes these desires are normal, the kind of sexual attraction to the opposite gender God ordained, leading to bonding and marriage and children. But for some of us, our sexual cravings are rooted in trauma ? that is, generated from our emotional reactions to the cruelty, confusion and seduction we’ve experienced along the path of life. Remember, pain causes us to seek the relief of pleasure.

For example, let’s take Mary Kay Letourneau’s sexual attraction to a 13-year-old boy. What could have caused it?

Do you suppose it could it have anything to do with the fact that her husband Steve was a serial cheater? Or that her father, ultraconservative U.S. Congressman John Schmitz, was exposed for having a secret affair with a former student? Do you think a young girl’s deep resentment over both a hypocritical and cheating father, and later on, over an angry, cheating, betraying husband, could possibly give rise to a forbidden attraction? An attraction based not only on sex, but also on her being worshiped and idolized by a young, relatively innocent, non-threatening male (after years of betrayal by “adult” males). No doubt all this was intoxicating to Mary Kay. Intoxicating and toxic.

In a world with a little more understanding and real love in it, a person like Mary Kay could perhaps be helped. But in our secular, mechanistic world, there is precious little real understanding of what makes people “tick” and thus not much help for troubled people like this.

Yet, an even more important factor in this sexual-predator epidemic is the fact that “right” and “wrong” just aren’t real to most of us any more. Even if Letourneau was attracted sexually to a child, for whatever reasons, it’s still wrong to have sex with a 13-year-old. And knowing something is wrong is enough reason not to do it ? even if part of us wants to.

After all, most people have strong drives and urges. Even normal, red-blooded men, loyal to their wives and children, have powerful sexual drives that, if followed down the rabbit hole without regard to right and wrong, could easily turn them into adulterers.

The problem is, having turned our backs on Judeo-Christian morality and the inner conscience that testifies to it, many of us rely on emotional feelings alone to guide our way through life.

So, if childhood problems cause us to grow up feeling uncomfortable as a man (or a woman), instead of looking within for understanding and healing, we undergo barbaric sex-change operations and “hormone therapy” and pretend we’re the opposite gender for the rest of our lives.

If we feel badly about having an unintended child growing inside us, instead of looking for a moral and life-affirming solution, we kill the child.

If we feel sexually attracted to the same gender, we convince ourselves this uprush of inner feeling ? rooted in something-gone-wrong in our formative years ? is actually genetic, or God-ordained, or the expression of who we “really” are. And then we spend our lives trying to satisfy these inner cravings in the vain hope of finding completion and ultimate happiness.

Of course, choosing what’s moral, principled and self-sacrificial over our selfish or unreasonable feelings ? that is, preferring something noble and higher over something ignoble and lower ? implies there is a God, the source of the higher, as well as evil, the source of the lower.

But according to today’s secular, de facto atheistic worldview, there is no good or evil, no heaven or hell. Rather, we’re all regarded as just highly evolved animals. But if that’s true, there is just no logical reason adults shouldn’t be able to have sex with children or whatever else they please.

To illustrate the difference between humans and animals, let me mention that my children raise goats as a hobby. They have a male goat to breed with the various females. Although the buck is just a few months old, it readily mates with the various females ? old, young, big, small, it doesn?t matter. They come into heat, and he does his job. Everything’s as it should be.

Now, if that is all humans are ? animals ? then we too should all be able to walk around having sex with anyone we want, just like goats. In fact, why can’t we go around naked ? like goats? Can you imagine what would happen if we all went to work, school and supermarket stark naked?

Some people, wrongly believing mankind’s universal embarrassment over their private parts (yes, “universal” ? even in darkest Africa the natives wear loin-cloths) represents an unhealthy shame toward their own bodies, embrace nudity as a philosophy and lifestyle. But they have misinterpreted the embarrassment and abandoned a core truth, namely: The fact that humans have embarrassment over sex and need to keep themselves covered all the time is not some repressive Victorian hang-up over sex. Rather, it is evidence ? a very important and powerful clue, and one we better interpret correctly ? that our sexual nature somehow is tied in with our ? gasp! ? fallen “animal” nature.

You see, the truth is, we’re not just animals, like goats. We have two natures ? an animal nature that eats and procreates, and a spiritual, eternal soul that survives this life.

If we were only animals, then this article would be over and all the concerns expressed earlier about sexual predators would be wrongheaded, the prosecutions unjust, the incarcerations cruel, the stigma undeserved. If we are only animals, there is simply nothing at all wrong with 43-year-old teachers having sex with their 13-year-old students, as long as it is “consensual.”

Moreover, if we are just animals, then all consensual sexual activity ? any place, any time, any type ? is fine, just like with my children’s goats.

In that case, of course, when we die we just get buried in the ground and that’s the end of us. No afterlife, no soul or consciousness surviving the dissolution of our bodies, no ultimate standard of right and wrong, and no ultimate accountability before the Creator for the way we?ve lived our lives. Just a nice meal for worms.

Is that what you believe? Many people do. That?s what ex-Beatle John Lennon was preaching in his New Age anthem: “Imagine there’s no heaven, It’s easy if you try, No hell below us, Above us only sky.”

For many, this all-consuming obsession with denying God, Judeo-Christian values and our own immortal souls centers around one thing only. Do you know what it is? Do you know what most of the hostility we see toward Christianity in today’s culture is actually based on? It’s not because following Jesus Christ means we must love one another, feed the poor or comfort the sick. After all, no one is threatened by those things. Rather, at the root of so much loathing toward Christianity and the Bible is what they have to say about sex.

The Old Testament book of Leviticus, for instance, is full of detailed laws and prohibitions regarding sexuality and sexual behavior. Why is this so? What on earth did sexual behavior have to do with God setting the House of Israel apart from the rest of the pagan world so it could be worthy of His special blessing and destiny?

“Why can’t we all just be nice to each other,” you might wonder, “and have as much sex as we want, with whomever we want, whenever and however we want, as long as it’s consensual? And why can?t we call that good, righteous and loving?”

Very simply, how do we know sex outside of marriage ? whether it be adultery or premarital sex or homosexuality or teachers seducing kids ? is wrong, a sin before God and an offense to our fellow human beings?

For one thing, God has provided some major clues for us, the obvious implications of which we somehow manage to ignore ? just like the elephant in the parlor.

For some, the most persuasive clues are in the Bible. Both the Old Testament and the New Testament are unequivocal and total in their condemnation of homosexual sex, of fornication (a term rarely used any more), of adultery. Jesus raises the bar the highest when He says: “Ye have heard that it was said by them of old time, Thou shalt not commit adultery: But I say unto you, That whosoever looketh on a woman to lust after her hath committed adultery with her already in his heart (Matthew 5:27-28 KJV).”

But the Bible is not the only clue. As I tell my kids, biblical truths are reflected in everyday life. So, stealing and murder and lying aren?t wrong just because the Bible says so. Rather, the Bible says stealing and murder and lying are wrong because they are wrong. They were always wrong ? and the Bible testifies to that timeless Truth that predates the Bible itself. (Remember, in Abraham, Isaac and Jacob’s time there was no Bible.)

Thus, the wrongness of sexual immorality should also be as self-evident as the wrongness of stealing or murder.

What? You say you can see that stealing, lying and murder are wrong because they result in victims, but you can’t see that premarital or homosexual sex is wrong because you can’t see the victim?

Let’s look at a few more clues.

Here’s a stunningly obvious one: Sex has the potential to produce offspring. And since the evidence is irrefutable that children need both a father and a mother, as well as a stable, long-term, loving home life, this one clue alone leads inexorably to the conclusion that sex is meant only for a committed heterosexual marriage.

Another clue: A ghoulish smorgasbord of sexually transmitted diseases ? many incurable, like AIDS, herpes and human papilloma virus (thought to be one of the main causes of cervical cancer), as well as hepatitis, syphilis, Chlamydia, gonorrhea and a host of others ? is a pretty darn good indicator that we weren’t meant to have wanton, rampant sex.

Still another clue: Millions of dead babies ? over a million a year just in the U.S. Recent news reports document that in Zimbabwe dead babies clog up the sewers in the capital of Harare, so many are flushed down toilets and dumped in drains. Getting pregnant when we don’t want children tempts us to kill our offspring.

Let’s stop for a minute and ask: Just how obvious do clues need to be before we figure out the message? Horrible plagues and millions of unwanted babies seem like pretty good indicators that God didn’t intend for us to use our bodies the way many of us do. And yet, in our cleverness we find ways to circumvent these divine roadblocks by way of artificial birth control, abortion, alternative sexual acts and so on. But we’re still just making an absurd end-run around God and His obvious restrictions on sex.

Another way we know extramarital sex is wrong is simply because it’s pure selfishness and self-gratification. In marriage, there is commitment, sacrifice, self-control, personal growth, mutual respect. In non-married sex there is nothing but use ? using the other person in an attempt to fulfill ourselves. Without commitment, there cannot be love. Sorry, the truth hurts.

The Bible admonishes us mortals to choose sides, between life and death, between good and evil. Most often, that choice takes the form of choosing to side with our higher nature against our own lower nature. Satanism and other worldviews based on deception and seduction have always taught the opposite: Side with your lower nature against your higher nature, a conflict Satanists (and yes, they exist) blame on a vengeful, capricious and cruel God (“Why did he create us with all these powerful urges and drives, only to forbid their expression?”)

In our culture today ? like latter-day Narnia ? the prevailing mindset is, increasingly, to mock and demonize those who rebuke our growing infatuation with our lower nature.

At the center of this struggle is sex ? one of the greatest mysteries of life. If we never understand sex, we never understand life. For many of us, unfortunately, our understanding has been hijacked by the 1960s cultural and sexual revolution, which was based on lies.

Yes, lies. The sexual revolution glorified the destruction of Judeo-Christian civilization and the morality at its core. Like all revolutions, it seemed sweet at the time. Do you remember?

It seemed so promising, so genuine, so liberating. Boomers will remember 1967’s “Summer of Love” in San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury district. A hundred thousand young “flower people” flocked to the West Coast mecca of the hippie revolution. Scott McKenzie sang, “If you’re going to San Francisco, Be sure to wear some flowers in your hair. If you’re going to San Francisco, You’re gonna meet some gentle people there.” Free love and expanded consciousness (with the help of marijuana and LSD) would save our nation from the ravages of war and the greedy materialism that led to conflict. It was beautiful, otherworldly ? or so it seemed.

But somehow, just a few short years later, the flowers had faded and Haight-Ashbury was transformed into a scene of crazed, meth-addicted hippies with human degradation and venereal disease and crime everywhere. Already, the toxicity of the ’60s revolution was becoming apparent. Today, that cancer has metastasized throughout our culture to the point that children have sex in the school auditorium.

Funny thing about lie-based revolutions. They all turn out bad. Communist revolutions promise freedom and equality, but deliver despotism and misery and death. In the exact same way, the sexual liberation movement, which offered freedom, equality, self-fulfillment and pleasure, has just about destroyed America.

So, where do we go from here? Quo vadis?

If we just go along with whatever compulsions and drives we see rising up in us, and wallow in them, and justify them, and condemn anybody who says otherwise, we’re living as animals, not humans.

And believe me, that’s not truly living. Unless, of course, you’re a goat.

David Kupelian is vice president and managing editor of WorldNetDaily.com and Whistleblower magazine, and author of the best-selling book, “The Marketing of Evil: How Radicals, Elitists, and Pseudo-Experts Sell Us Corruption Disguised as Freedom.

Joe Volz Criticizes Lennie Thompson. I Disagree With Joe.

The Frederick News-Post : Opinion – Joe Volz

Frankly I have yet to see a development that truly takes everything into account:
1. traffic generation and flows patterns and loads on existing infrastructure
2. emergency services load increases
3. water allocation
4. increased school loading
5. possible environmental impacts
6. crime increases and increased police funding for increased partols needed
Lennie is simply wanting these developers to shoulder their fair share of the associated costs. If that makes him a laughingstock..so be it. I’m right there with him.

XP on an INtel Mac

TWiT.tv

The Mac folks are all a flutter over getting XP to run on the new macs. While i am no programmer when apple went to intel it was only a short matter of time before someone would figure this one out. They had already made OSX run on Intel/AMD so the other way around wasn’t that far off.

SBS 2k3: More Braindeadedness Shows Itself

Well it seems SBS is configured to use offline files by default. Good luck trying to turn them off unless you understand the Group Policies. I am thinking this is only SBS as another 2k3 fresno server i admin does not try to enable offline files by default. I am still trying to get the offline files “feature” turned off. I understand the rationale for laptop users but for desktops it isn’t needed. If they would make it easier to turn this off it would make life much easier. SBs is a great concept. It needs some work though. I have two clients committed to it so I am jsut going to slug through and continue on researching things..:)

So far SBS has been a very frustrating experience. Partly due to my lack of experience with SBS but also I am finding more and more illogical choices in it. This OS is amazingly hard to configure for an OS that bills itself as a good product for novice windows admins. I think that needs to be reworked. I find 2k3 server much easier to administer than SBS2k3.

SMB’s Now Targeted by Socialists.

ABC 7 News – Bill Modeled After Wal-Mart Law Would Apply to Smaller Firms

Remember this debacle? I thought I would be safe in my SMB if i just kept it under the magic 10k number. Well if htis passes(and considering how socialistic our state gov’t has become it will) then if i have to hire somebody i ahve to increase my prices by quite a bit to cover that payments to the socialist system they want to put into place. I have to spend 4% of my businesses income for either providing health insurance coverage or the state will steal that 4% from me directly. This is stuipid. NOw i have tolook at either raising my rates when i hire somebody to cover this stupid tax or move my business to another state entirely.

New Intel Chips Showing Large Promise in Intel Benchmarks

I can hear the Intel crazies right now, “Intel is going to toast AMD!! AMd is going to be destroyed!!” Well, maybe. The benchmarks everyone is chortling over are ones at IDF run by Intel. When the chips are released retail in a few months and some truly independent folks can run benchmarks we’ll see what is really happening. There are questions about the mobo used for the AMD(ATI based which is a very poorly performing AMD chipset). Intel still has to beat the value AMD has built but if they can grab power and performance then price won’t be that big of a concern. I wait for the independent bechmarks.

*UPDATE* Voodoo pc’s CEo has a very interesting post on his blog.

The Illegal Alien Invasion Continues.

FOXNews.com – U.S. & World News – Illegal Immigrants Rise to 12 Million, 5 Percent of All U.S. Workers
The number of illegal immigrants in the United States has grown to as many as 12 million, and they now account for about one in every 20 workers, a new estimate says.

Efforts to curb illegal immigration have not slowed the pace, said a report Tuesday by the Pew Hispanic Center.

Instead, the report’s author said, those efforts are having an unintended consequence: People who illegally enter the United States from Mexico are staying longer because it is harder to move back and forth across the border.

Security? You’re kidding right? The southern border has no security.

Christopher Reeve’s Widow Dies at Age 44 – Yahoo! News

Christopher Reeve’s Widow Dies at Age 44 – Yahoo! News
While I may not have agreed with Reeve’s stance on Embryonic stem cell research I do give high kudos to his wife for standing with her husband. It is rare in the realm of hollywood that you see such self-sacrifice to stay with your spuse through the good times AND the bad times. I hope both of them knew the Lord.

Since yahoo’s articles tend to poof quickly here’s the text:
Christopher Reeve’s Widow Dies at Age 44

By JIM FITZGERALD, Associated Press Writer 5 minutes ago

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. –
Dana Reeve, who won worldwide admiration for her devotion to her “Superman” husband, Christopher Reeve, through his decade of near-total paralysis, has died of lung cancer at age 44.

Reeve, a singer-actress who gave up some of her own career to be one of the nation’s best-known caregivers, died late Monday at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Medical Center, said Kathy Lewis, president of the Christopher Reeve Foundation, which both Reeves had chaired.

Dana Reeve wasn’t a smoker but she announced in August that she had been diagnosed with lung cancer.

The couple had a 13-year-old son, Will, and Dana Reeve had two grown stepchildren, Matthew and Alexandra.

“On behalf of the entire board of directors and staff of the Christopher Reeve Foundation, we are extremely saddened by the death of Dana Reeve, whose grace and courage under the most difficult of circumstances was a source of comfort and inspiration to all of us,” Lewis said in a statement.

Christopher Reeve, the one-time Hollywood “Superman” turned activist for spinal cord research after a 1995 horse-riding accident, died in 2004.

Dana Reeve was a constant companion and supporter of her husband during his long ordeal and his work for a cure for spinal cord injuries.

She was chairwoman of the Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation, which funds research on paralysis and works to improve the life of the disabled. To date, it has awarded $55 million in research grants and $7.5 million in quality of life grants.

She was performing in the Broadway-bound play “Brooklyn Boy” in California when she had to streak home to reach her husband’s bedside before he died. She gave up the role for the New York run.

Reeve also served on the boards of The Williamstown Theatre Festival, The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, TechHealth, and The Reeve-Irvine Center for Spinal Cord Research and as an advisory board member to the National Family Caregivers Association.

She received numerous awards for her work, including the Shining Example Award from Proctor & Gamble in 1998, an American Image Award from the AAFA in 2003. In 2005, the
American Cancer Society named her Mother of the Year.

In addition to her son and step-children, she is survived by her father, Dr. Charles Morosini, and sisters Deborah Morosini and Adrienne Morosini Heilman.

No funeral plans were announced. The family said donations could be made in Dana Reeve’s memory to the Christopher Reeve Foundation in Short Hills, N.J.

Dude! You’ve Reccomended a Piece of Garbage!!

Well I bought a dell server for my business and things went great. I had a client that needed a server so I went with Dell since the sales service i recieved was stellar. Well the server hardware was fine but sbs2k3 is a horrible suite. It took loading it 5 times before i finally had a stable system. Dell’s tech support was clueless.

About the same time another client wanted a big order. A workstation, switch, ups, and a server preloaded with sbs 2k3. The server was a PE830 with a hardware RAID card. I ordered two 80 gig sata drives and a gig of ram and an 80 gig tape drive. The first server was faulty out of the box. I had a small fight iwth Dell but they sent another one. That one has a bad front usb port which i just found out was never entered into the system for repairs despite three calls to tech support on other things. During those other calls i asked for that port to be replced. It hasn’t been yet.

It gets better. The new workstation was shipped without it’s software on cd(which i specifically orderd). I got those but then the system crashed requiring a reformat/reload.

On the previous order I ordered a prcision CAD workstation. 48 hours after he got the system the hard disk died. I had to reload that ssytem AND Dell did not ship the operating sytem cd with that machine either.

I am now trying to get the server replaced yet again. I have also contacted the executive support group. I’m doing the exchange to see if i can get a working sytem while i wait..can you believe it?..for them to call me back(i was only able to leave a voicemail). This is supposed to be their urgent tech support..and i have to wait up to 2 buisness days. What a joke. If i can i intend to get this server refunded and wipe my hands of dell.

So far i have lost about 1k in fees(legally i can charge this client for the time but ethically i can’t) and the client is out nearly 10 grand. This is the last dell anything i will ever reccomend for any reason. Their quality is just too low to be reliable. HP? How would you like my little conulting firm’s business?

*UPDATE* I don’t have time to wait 2 actual week’s for dell to decide about the refund. I took a close look at the system. Dell put in a cd-rm/dvd drive. I asked for a dvd reader not a burner. Then dell install roxio cd creator 5. I am now beliving that the apc software and the roxio clashed bringing down the system. Part of this whole mess is my fault. I always formatted machines out of the box. I made the mistake of trusting dell and did not reformat this server upon opening. I have reformatted this server and reloaded from scratch and it’s running fine..so far. We’ll see what happens when i get it back to the client’s site.

I also found out for sbs 2k3 minimum 2 gigs of ram. I am having to leave out some functionality to keep the machine from exhausting all of its ram and swapping even more than winders in it’s own brain dead already does.

*UPDATE 2*
It seems i have gotten a Microsoft SBS MVP’s attention..not my intended purpose. Apparently she is concerned about this issues i am having. Now that I am starting to find solutions such as Communigate and Scalix things like SBS are getting pushed back. Part of it was my own inexperience with SBS..part was bad Dell support and part was SBS just needing work. In the end I am going to be exploring Scalix as communigate is a bit hard to administer(yes even more diffulcult than winders). Should be interesting to see the results since i have two sbs servers and soon a scalix server to compare against.

*note*
I got both servers running. Here are the system spces:
Server #1
client location with 11 users
p-4 2.8 ghz HT cpu
1 gig ddr2 ram
dual 160 gig 7200 rpm sata drives in RAID 1
This machine hangs around with 900 megs of swap at minimum. I have seen it as high as 1.2 gigs. This machine is only using SBS and one sage fundraising 50 database. The database consumes 50 megsbytes of ram max.

Server #2
Client location with 5 users
p-4 2.8 ghz HT
1 gig ddr2 ram
dual 80 gig 7200 rpm sata drives in RAID 1
This machine hangs around 1.2 gigs of swap at al times. I have seen it spike to 1.41 gigs.
The extra things running on this box are symantec sbs backup, apc powerchute and dell raid manager.

These extras add up to a total of about 100 megs of usage total between the three.

I posted this on the site i was getting help from as my second to final post..:(
thread is here.
maybe in your country those rates work….but not here in my town where i live. If i lived in a more affluent area of hte US maybe..but i don’t..:)

My business is almost profitable as it is..my rates were not set blindly.

There is a huge difference between grabbing all ram and swapping everything out to get that ram. In linux the kernel won’t normally swap until all ram is actually exhausted. Winders for some reason wants to swap at the drop of a hat. IF linux decides to misbehave..you can literally force it to not swap at all with no illl effects if you truly have the physical ram to do so. The fact these machines are swapping so much is mind-boggling. If the code were truly efficient it would not have to swap a gig or more so exchange/iis/sql could have their ram caches. Windows is not grabbing all available ram..it is moving stuff out of physical ram into swap to try to improve performace. The instant you need something in swap now the stores have to be dumped(chug chug chug) and then the other data brought back in(chug chug chug). This is why 2 gigs of ram is neccessary. Swapping like mad may be normal for windows but for performace it is the worst thing you can so. This is the fundamental reason windows boxes need at least twice the physical ram of a Linux mahcine for hte same taskings…MS jsut doesn’t get memory mangement at all. Swap is not hte first resort it is the last resort.

I apologize to everyone for taking this so far off-topic..i am heading out now..I did not intend to insult anyone. Take care everyone and God Bless!

*UPDATE Three*
it continues. The thread on those linked forums grows..:)