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New Poll: Mississippi The Most Religious State

A Pew Forum study asked respondents whether religion is important in their lives, and 82% percent of Mississipians said yes. Following Mississippi were Alabama and

December 23, 2009 Blog
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Russian Orthodox Church Calls For a Gentler Attitude Toward Sinful Gays

This is a baby step: The head of the Russian Orthodox Church says that, although the church views homosexuality as a sin, homosexuality is a

December 23, 2009 Blog
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‘Ex-Gay’ Mother Loses Ground in Bid to Topple U.S. Family Court System

“Ex-gay” activist Debbie Thurman provided an update tonight, via Facebook support group, regarding fellow ex-gay activist Lisa Miller‘s five-year bid to flout federal and state

December 22, 2009 Blog
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Focus On The Family Aims To Reach Millenials, Misses (UPDATED)

UPDATE BELOW Jeremy at Good As You highlights an interesting piece in Mother Jones about Esther Fleece, the new hire at Focus on the Family

December 22, 2009 Blog
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The Simpler Ex-Gay Final Solution

Eighteen months ago, British antigay activist Stephen Green was planning to open an “ex-gay” school to perform fake miracles against LGBT people — for a

December 22, 2009 Blog
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Mich. Dept. of Corrections “looking’ into ex-gay ministry affiliation with prisons

A spokesman for the Michigan Department of Corrections announced Monday that the department was reviewing its affiliation with the controversial ex-gay ministry Corduroy Stone of

December 22, 2009 Blog, Press Release
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Nathaniel Frank: Gay Rights and the Natural Law Farce

Nathaniel Frank, author of “Friendly Fire: How The Gay Ban Undermines The Military And Weakens America” demolishes Princeton professor Robert George’s idiocy disguised as “reason”

December 22, 2009 Blog
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Marriage Equality Comes to Mexico City

By a vote of 39-20, Mexico City’s governing body has legalized marriage for same-sex couples. No word on whether Maggie Gallagher has been spotted lumbering

December 21, 2009 Blog
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Grasping At Straws

Peter LaBarbera, today: As you can see, below we are making light of the bald-faced hypocrisy of homosexual activists, who demand tolerance for themselves even

December 21, 2009 Blog
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Princeton’s Robert George: Sophistry Disguised as Scholarship

Photo by Samantha Contis (Weekly Column) A feature article in this week’ New York Times Magazine refers to Princeton professor Robert P. George as the

December 21, 2009 Blog, Press Release
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