Homosexual Marriage Advocate Takes Things to a New Low

A leading question is one posed in such a way that it extracts from the person being questioned the answer the interviewer desires. In the mid-1980s and early 1990s, there was an explosion of child sex abuse cases. Debbie Nathan, author of Satan's Silence: Ritual Abuse and the Making of a Modern American Witchhunt, believes that in some cases it was "quite possible [that] untrained or overzealous investigators... tease[d] false allegations from children." Small children, who are more susceptible to leading questions, sometimes think being interviewed is a game. So, rather than offering answers that reflect their true feelings, oftentimes children respond with replies they believe grownups want to hear. An example of an adult teasing out a desired response from a child was displayed when the liberal host of MSNBC's The Cycle, Krystal 'Screw' Ball, showed up on the "Political Playground" with her daughter Ella in tow. Besides being a Democrat strategist, Krystal is known for an...(Read Full Article)