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President fixated on social agenda Posted May 2, 2013 at 12:01 a.m...Sitzman Sr., Evansville Do we live up in a screw up country or not?...The left would try to have you believe that they are, but offer no statistics to support their falsehood.
Friday's Washington Post is aggressively pushing for the gay Left's youth agenda, including a front-page Metro section story on a tiny street protest against the local Boy Scout council: Among the protesters against the Boy Scouts of America's ban,
Pope hit his head during trip to Mexico . "Italy's La Stampa newspaper reported Thursday that Benedict hit his head and bled when he got up in the middle of the night in an unfamiliar bedroom in Leon, Mexico...Singapore gay couple seeks
Obama portrayed homosexuals' struggle to normalize their behavior, which the Bible has declared an abomination to God, as equal to the struggles of blacks and women for equality in America...So, because I reject their super-aggressive bullying push
Posted by Betsy Phillips on Fri, Feb 1, 2013 at 5:07 AM So this is strange. Stacey Campfield told Chas Sisk from The Tennessean that his "starve poor kids" bill was modeled on similar programs in other countries: State Sen. Stacey Campfield says a
The Supreme Court is gearing up to hear two huge gay marriage cases in 2013, and gay rights advocates fear Justice Antonin Scalia might be too anti-gay to rule fairly. The high court last ruled on gay rights back in 2003, when it overturned Texas'
Stephen Colbert interviewed Sir Ian McKellen alst night and told him that he has a problem with McKellen's gay rights advocacy. "Here's my beef with you...You don't just make gay seem acceptable...You make it seem heroic. Are you the sharp knifepoint
HRC requested NOM's 2011 990 in person at the organization's offices this morning. They add: The National Organization for Marriage continues to push the notion that there is some sort of grassroots support for their discriminatory anti-gay agenda,
Nov 9, 2012 Mark Takano has made history by winning his election in California's new 41st Congressional District. The Democrat beat Republican challenger John Tavaglione and will become the first openly gay person of color ever to serve in Congress.
Shirvell has since been ordered to pay Armstrong $4.5 million for defamation and emotional distress. It's unlikely Shirvell has that amount of money, but he'll soon be receiving unemployment benefits that could help pay his tab: Shirvell's original