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Category Archives: International
Christian, Moslem and Jewish Common Ground: Reminding the Children of Abraham to Oppose the Common Enemy of Secular Humanism and Stand Firm for Family Values.
All across the western world the political left has begun propagandizing hard against “Islamophobia” in a multifaceted campaign to woo Moslems into their coalition of victim groups. My eyes were opened to this strategy a few months ago when I … Continue reading
On June 11th, the Continent of Africa delivered a stunning rebuke to President Barack Obama and his “Gay”-puffing U.S. State Department by forcing the election of Ugandan Foreign Minister Sam Kutesa as President of the United Nations General Assembly. “The U.N. … Continue reading
Friends, This article in the Daily Beast (which we have linked as our lead story at Defend the Family) “Putin Imposes Secret Sanctions on Pro-Gay Obama Campaign Donors” notes that “a focus was put on those with ties to the … Continue reading
The AP is circulating a story on Obama’s criticism of Uganda today which features my photo (above) and references to my case. Obama: Anti-gay bill step backward for Ugandans http://www.masslive.com/news/index.ssf/2014/02/obama_anti-gay_bill_step_backw.html This is my response: I was not interviewed for this story, … Continue reading