Pornography and your Family

According to LifeSiteNews, Donald Trump has become the first presidential candidate and now president elect to sign an anti-pornography pledge, promising to crack down on obscenity after an eight-year-long hiatus at the federal level.  “Mr. Trump’s leadership and commitment to uphold the rule of law is demonstrated by his signing of the Children’s Internet Safety Presidential Pledge,” said Donna Rice Hughes, the president of the anti-porn group Enough is Enough, which drew the vow up. “Making the internet safer for children and families is a critical step in making America safe again.”
The heart of the promise requires the president to prosecute existing obscenity laws by “appointing an Attorney General who will make the prosecution of such laws a top priority in my administration.”  President George W. Bush founded the Justice Department’s Obscenity Prosecution Task Force in 2005, warning pornographers that the feds would prosecute video depictions of rape or pedophilia, even if simulated by consenting adults.
This effort can go a long way to protecting the best interests of children and their families.

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