TWO Calls On World Leaders To Skip The National Prayer Breakfast After “The Family’ Is Directly Linked To Draconian Anti-Gay Death Bill in Uganda
NEW YORK — Truth Wins Out (TWO) today urged world leaders and members of Congress to skip the National Prayer Breakfast, February 4th, in protest
U.S. and Uganda evangelicals continue to drive legislation to imprison and execute LGBT and HIV-positive Ugandans. The “Anti-Homosexuality Bill” would also require long jail terms
Truth Wins Out upholds the U.S. First Amendment right of private individuals and organizations to express viewpoints that others may find offensive. This freedom does
The U.S. taxpayer-sponsored ethnic cleansing that U.S. and Ugandan evangelicals plan to commence against LGBT Ugandans in 2010 may be inspired, in part, by the
This weekend, Integrity USA expressed “grave concern” over the Uganda anti-gay death-penalty bill that is queued for approval by the Ugandan Parliament early in 2010.
The SA Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (SA GLAAD) expresses its disappointment at the failure of the SA government to condemn Uganda’s genocide bill
Talk To Action on Friday identified another U.S. evangelical who has coached the leader of Uganda‘s antigay death-penalty and family-imprisonment campaign. Dr. Fred Hartley, president
Even as Western nations slowly rise to protest Uganda’s vow to exterminate HIV-positive Ugandans and to imprison friends and families of LGBT Ugandans, China is
Two Facebook groups have been created by U.S. and Ugandan evangelicals to espouse antigay violence and promote legislation requiring the execution of Ugandan same-sex-attracted persons.
Four nations have taken preliminary action against the brewing human-rights disaster in Uganda. As previously reported, passage is expected in January of a law requiring