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Gay Rights

Happy Easter!

March 31, 2013

If it’s the first Sunday after the first full moon after the beginning of Spring, it must be Easter! Hope you and your family have a great one! Unfortunately for Christians nowadays, we live in perilous times.  Not only is the Obamacare contraception mandate a brazen attack on religious liberty, the language all over social [...]

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America Defends OUR Human Rights Record?

November 6, 2010

After I laughed a bit, I noticed that the UN wasn’t joking about this one.  Yesterday, America continued to allow itself to be subject to scrutiny regarding our apparently terrible human rights record by a UN forum on the topic.  Allegedly, we discriminate, racially profile, have overcrowded prisons, still have the death penalty, are religiously [...]

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Obama Heckled at Boxer Rally

April 20, 2010

Imagine if President Obama was giving a campaign speech on behalf of Senator Barbara Boxer and a few Tea Partiers heckled him on-and-off for about six minutes or so.  Big story, right?  Well, that didn’t really happen… a few pro-gay activists at the Boxer rally did that instead! Here it is:  I’m sure the media [...]

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Obama to End “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell”

October 11, 2009

After ignoring this aspect of the gay rights agenda for nine months, President Obama has decided to clutter Congress some more and cling to any group who might boost his polls by finally inferring action on his pledge to end the military’s “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” policy on gays in the military.  Nine months ago I [...]

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Ending “Don’t Ask Don’t tell” is a Potentially Bad Move

January 19, 2009

So what?  They’re gay and want to serve.  Historically, our hesitancy towards allowing gays in the military always gets stronger when we have no wars and eases when we need bodies to fight.  So what’s the big issue when last week, Obama’s people signaled that they want to end the Don’t Ask Don’t Tell (DADT) policy [...]

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