“Great” appearance and elegance, friendly temperament 5. Cocker Spaniels, AKC licensed all-breed handler prior to judging 2. Don Carmody, Eric Ringle, Nikki Riggsbee, Vince Mulligan 4. Great Dane breeders throughout the country and overseas 4. Bull Terriers, Akitas, Afghans; also a Pekingese and a Fox Terrier 2. Ralph Graff, Betty Matchett, Jane Chopson, Kathy Liebschutz, Ted and Judy Nichols, Diane Collings, Vince Mulligan 4. The movement true, and showmanship going around the ring. Poor temperaments, timidity, shyness, and tails tucked Back 1. Carriage, attitude, substance, overall correct outline. Straight fronts, lack of forechest, short necks Back 1. Strength and power moving around the ring, the proper rectangular head with a stop and not too heavy flews, a well arched neck that blends into smooth shoulders, deep chested, and a hard level back. Council Parker, Carolyn Thomas, Marie Sommershoe 4.
Solid breed type; healthy/sound construction; Apollo with a correct head, neck, topline; move correctly; balance and correct proportion 5.
Great Danes (fawn, brindle) Favorites: Ch Mountdania’s Ms Avant-Garde, Ch Calico Rock’s Carly v Win-Jamer, Ch Calico Rock’s Hali v Win-Jamer Other breeds: Newfoundlands 2.
Size, Sound Temperament, Square Structure, Dignity and Stalwart.
With media support, homosexual and leftist activists now openly campaign to banish dissenting conservative voices. The 10 Percent Myth The “10 percent” myth is one of the most enduring propaganda claims of the homosexual activist movement.
This dangerous dynamic gives the homosexual-transgender lobby nearly full rein to advance its agenda, which now includes: So awash is the public in pro-homosexual propaganda that a 2011 Gallup poll found the average American “guesstimated” that a whopping 25 percent of the population is “gay.” (Women and people under 30 put the number even higher, at around 30 percent.) The actual percentage of homosexual men, lesbians and bisexuals in the U. Concocted in the late 1970s by Bruce Voeller, founder of the National Gay Task Force (predecessor of today’s National LGBTQ Task Force), it was accompanied by the slogan, “We Are Everywhere.” Thus, just as “gay” militants pressured and bullied America’s mental health professionals to remove homosexuality from the list of mental disorders in 1973, they greatly exaggerated the homosexual population to expand their political power in subsequent years.