Tag Archives: Don’t Tell
It’s official. The Mormons have finally figured out that they can’t do business with the devil. Bully for them.
More specifically, the Salt Lake City-based denomination is flipping off the demonic forces assigned by Beelzebub to wage war on God’s creation of male and female.
That’s where the minions of Hell have been concentrating their firepower in recent years. It’s not for nothing that we’ve been told, over and over, that male-female differences are irrelevant and reality is entirely subjective.
But, be of good cheer. Resistance to the cultural insanity is growing. Last Tuesday, the Church of Jesus Christ of …
It’s probably too much to hope for, but perhaps the day of reckoning for the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) has come. Perhaps the shooting last week at the Family Research Council headquarters in Washington D.C. will bring scrutiny to and condemnation of the Southern Poverty Law Center’s pernicious “hate group” list on which the Family Research Council (FRC), American Family Association (AFA), and we, the Illinois Family Institute (IFI), are included.
All three organizations are included on the SPLC’s ever-expanding list of hate groups that also includes “neo-Nazi” groups, ”racist skinhead” groups, and the Ku Klux Klan. FRC, AFA, …
Once again, Barack Obama has affirmed his commitment to radical, subversive change; his sycophancy to the homosexual lobby; and, implicitly, his embrace of heresy. He has already signed into law the dangerously flawed “Hate Crimes” bill, declared his intent to repeal “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” and the Defense of Marriage Act, and committed to pass the Employment Non-Discrimination Act.
Then on May 28, 2010 Obama issued the following proclamation
LGBT Americans have enriched and strengthened the fabric of our national life. From business leaders and professors to athletes and first responders, LGBT individuals have achieved success and prominence in every
Let your members of Congress know that allowing open homosexuality in the US military is bad public policy.
On January 27th, President Barack Obama delivered his first State of the Union address. Conservative pundits were hoping that the President would signal a move toward a more centrist platform. That hope was not realized.
Instead of a reconciler who could govern from the center, he seemed to insist on radical Leftist ideology. Obama’s pledge to overturn the Military Eligibility Law of 1993 — known as “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” — (a policy that governs homosexuals in the military) is desperately irresponsible. …