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We DO Need Fathers

In a recent Rolling Stone interview, pop icon Katy Perry remarked about fatherhood, “I don’t need a dude.  It’s 2014!  We are living in the future; we don’t need anything.  I’m not anti-men. I love men. But there is an option if someone doesn’t present himself.” D.C. McAllister responded at The Federalist with a very […]

Polygamy the Key to Happy Relationships?

Readers of the NOM blog know that the push to redefine marriage has far-reaching consequences.  Redefining marriage renders the institution meaningless.  Once marriage is no longer the lifelong union of one man and one woman, there is no logical conclusion as to why three or four consenting adults can’t “marry.”  After all, if marriage is solely based on adults’ […]

An Opportunity to Protect Conscience Rights

Last week at National Review, our friend Ryan Anderson presented four major problems with President Obama’s new executive order on sexual orientation and gender identity.   The four biggest problems with the executive order, Anderson wrote, are: 1.) It undermines our nation’s commitment to reasonable pluralism and reasonable diversity, 2.) It equates conscientious judgments about behavior, 3.) It […]

Southern Baptist Convention: Executive Order Violates Freedom of Conscience

Russell Moore, president of The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, has joined other faith leaders in raising concerns over the lack of religious liberty protections in President Obama’s new executive order. Moore said: “While we don’t know the full implications of this executive order, I am disappointed that this administration […]

Catholic Bishops Slam "Unprecendented and Extreme" Executive Order

The bishop-Chairmen of two USCCB Committees slammed President Obama’s July 21 “gender identity” executive order for its lack of religious freedom protection and “flaws in its core prohibitions.”  This new “non-discrimination” executive order, aimed at preventing workplace discrimination against LGBT persons, opens the door to discrimination against Christians and those with deeply-held beliefs about the nature of marriage […]

"Victory for Pro-Life, Pro-Family Catholics and Other Christians"

From Aleteia, more on the recent marriage victory in Europe: …the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) lowered the boom on European progressives. And, the wind was taken out of the sails of American liberalism. […] Moreover, whereas U.S.-based agitators for same-sex marriage have pulled off their boldest accomplishments through the […]

Human Rights Court Says Europe Cannot Be Forced to Redefine Marriage

Amid their constant claims of victory and incessant harping on about the inevitability of same-sex “marriage,” supporters of redefining marriage received a major setback recently. The European Court of Human Rights ruled Wednesday that the refusal to recognize same-sex “marriages” does not violate the European Convention on Human Rights. As reported by the National Catholic Register: In a […]

"The Implications of Redefining Marriage are Staggering..."

The consequences of redefining marriage are formidable and grave, Michael Brown recently wrote at Charisma News.  Brown pointed out some of the absurdities of California’s new law deleting the “biased” and “outdated” terms “husband” and “wife” from the state’s marriage law.  The terms have been replaced with “spouse.” Women cannot be fathers and men cannot be mothers, […]

When It Comes to Parents, It Isn't "The More The Merrier"

Blogging for the Ruth Institute, Jennifer Johnson recounted her experience of growing up with five parents.  The piece responds to claims by Masha Gessen, a prominent LGBT activist who was recently honored by the state department, who has famously celebrated her own unorthodox family as the shape of things to come: I have three kids […]

Rick Santorum on Chase Bank Scandal

Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum said Friday that he found Chase Bank’s invasive questions to employees about their sexual orientation and loyalty to the LGBT cause “shocking.” In an interview with The Daily Signal, Santorum said, “It seems like there’s an element of  intimidation in trying to shape people’s points of view, and maybe even have punishment for […]

New Study Suggests It's Better to Leave Religion Off Your Résumé

Do you list your involvement with religious organizations on your résumé?  You may want to cease revealing your religious affiliation on your résumé, a new study by the Southern Sociology Society suggests.  The study found that applicants whose résumés included faith affiliations were 26 percent less likely to be contacted by employers. The Southern Sociology Society researchers sent out […]

ICYMI: The American Conservative: Rooting out the Brendan Eichs at JPMorgan Chase

From The American Conservative: This is chilling. What on earth could being an “ally” of the gay community have to do with whether or not you are a good bank employee? Is a Baptist who treats everyone, gay and straight, with fairness and respect, and who doesn’t bring his religious views into the workplace, an […]

The Daily Signal: Chase Bank Refuses to Confirm, Deny Employee LGBT Survey

From The Daily Signal: JPMorgan Chase refused to confirm or deny that employees of the global banking giant were asked in a recent survey about their sexual orientation and whether they are “an ally of the LGBT community.” At least two Chase bank employees have said they were asked such questions, and one said employees’ identification […]

ChristianNews - Chilling Implications? Largest Bank Asks Workers if They Support Homosexuality

From Christian News Network: The largest bank in the United States now allegedly requires its employees to state whether or not they are supporters of the homosexual lifestyle. JPMorgan Chase, headquartered in New York City, is the United States’ largest bank, with total assets of over $2.5 trillion. The bank has overtly supported homosexuality for […]

Exclusive: Chase LGBT Whistleblower Talks to Breitbart News

Via Breitbart News: Search “Chase and LGBT” on the Internet, and you will see the controversial Chase employee survey on LGBT dominates the results. Moreover, the issue shows no signs of abating. A Chase employee who reached out to Professor Robert George of Princeton through his Facebook page started all this. Professor George put the […]

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