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Murdered Ugandan Activist Should Be Honored With Bill in Congress

(Weekly Column) The defilement of slain gay activist David Kato’s funeral by a “preacher” and local villagers who refused to bury his body shows the

January 31, 2011 Blog, Opinion, Press Release

Obama’s Gay State of the Union

(Weekly Column) You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this YouTube video If the election were held today, Barack Obama would capture an

January 25, 2011 Blog, Opinion, Press Release

God Doesn’t Offer Receipts

Weekly Column Next week, I begin a ten state speaking tour in Chicago to discuss the harm of “ex-gay” programs. In preparation for the events,

January 18, 2011 Blog, Opinion, Press Release

Gearing Up To Stop Genocide In Uganda and Spotlighting The Family

As Truth Wins Out’s Mike Airhart pointed out earlier today, the Anti-Homosexuality Bill in Uganda is likely to be considered after February 18th. Thus, we

January 11, 2011 Blog, Opinion, Press Release

The Bombast and the Body Count

(Weekly Column) While the world focused on the tragic Arizona shootings, another horrific crime took place in New York City. The New York Post reported

January 11, 2011 Blog, Opinion, Press Release

New “Ex-Lesbian” Poster Child Strangely Rallies Fellow “Ex-Studs”

“Ex-gay” activist D.L. Foster’s anti-Christian web site “GCM Watch” strives to drive same-sex-attracted and sexually honest people away from Christianity, via stereotypes and ostracism wrapped

January 11, 2011 Blog, Opinion, Press Release

My Nightmare Experience at Teen Challenge

By James Voss My experience at Teen Challenge began in Aug of 2007. At the age of twenty-four, I found myself facing the county prosecutor

January 06, 2011 Blog, Opinion

Trend Lines and Battle Lines

(Weekly Column) The trend lines point toward full LGBT equality. This was surprisingly evident last week on the FOX News Channel show Red Eye, which

January 04, 2011 Blog, Opinion, Press Release

The Ghost Is Slain

Weekly Column Anti-gay activists have long considered 1993’s Don’t Ask/Don’t Tell compromise one of their most prized victories. In one fell swoop, they humiliated President

December 21, 2010 Blog, Opinion, Press Release

Stop The Anti-Gay Genocide In Uganda

(Weekly Column) The American fundamentalist group, The Family, has to make an important strategic choice. It can have its influential National Prayer Breakfast each February

December 14, 2010 Blog, Opinion, Press Release
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