Obama admin tops list of ‘Dirty Dozen’ porn promoters

By Hysen Sisco

By Dustin Siggins
January 27, 2015
LifeSite News

While the Obama administration is cleaning up pornography inside the Department of Defense (DOD), its unwillingness to prosecute obscenity law violators has allowed fringe elements of porn to become “mainstream,” an expert has told LifeSiteNews.

Last week, The National Center on Sexual Exploitation — formerly known as Morality in Media — released its “Dirty Dozen” list of pornographic offenders. And according to Executive Director Dawn Hawkins, the Obama administration leads the list, even as one department improves its policies.

“DOD ordered that all pornographic and explicit materials be removed from public and work spaces on military bases,” Hawkins told LifeSiteNews. “The Air Force and Army also stopped selling all pornography on base exchanges.” Because of these policy improvements, Hawkins says that her group “had DOD [in its Dirty Dozen list in] 2013, [but] removed them because of these positive changes.”

However, Hawkins stopped short of praising President Obama for the Pentagon’s improvements, saying that while “Obama is in arms about the sexual assault problem in the military, he and his team refuse to admit that pornography is linked.”

“Congress issued reports and demands that something be done about the issue of pornography,” explained Hawkins. She …read more

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