FPN History

Family Policy Network (FPN) was established as a non-stock, non-profit corporation in the Commonwealth of Virginia on April 17, 1997 . At first, the organization worked primarily to educate Christians on moral issues of national significance in public policy through publications sent to churches in several states. Within a few years, the group began equipping citizens to act in various ways to engage the culture on matters of righteousness. In some cases, the organization has been directly responsible for making an impact of its own.

The following list contains hi-lights of FPN activities that have helped to accomplish the group’s mission to “inform Christians and confront the culture on the important moral issues of the day.”

FPN was incorporated in Virginia on April 9, 1997, beginning distribution of FPN’s fax newsletter, “National Update,” to Christians in approximately 1,000 churches in five states. The newsletter detailed important moral issues being addressed in Washington, DC each week. Since then, the organization has incorporated coalition building, grassroots activism, Internet operations and media relations to fulfill its mission to inform Christians and confront the culture.

This video highlights the group’s activities in its first ten years:

Here is a small sampling of the issues Family Policy Network has confronted since it began in 1997:

HHS Should NOT Approve Abortion-Inducing Pills for Minors OTC

Pro-abortion health and women’s advocacy groups are pressuring the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to remove the current age-restrictions on non-prescription access to the controversial Continue Reading →

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FPN Corrects Rick Warren: Homosexuality IS Sinful

Rick Warren, author of the best-selling book The Purpose-Driven Life and megachurch leader of Saddleback Church in California says he is not certain that homosexuality is a sin and believes homosexuals go to Heaven. But Alex Mason, policy analyst for the Family Policy Network says, “The concept of a ‘gay Christian’ is an oxymoron in light of scripture… Continue Reading →

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Pepsi Stops Using Aborted Fetal Cells

Pepsi says it will no longer use aborted fetal cells to develop flavor enhancers. The announcement prompted Children of God for Life to end its yearlong boycott of the soft drink company.

Children of God for Life’s Executive Director, Debi Vinnedge, hailed PepsiCo’s decision as a major breakthrough and achievement by thousands of concerned consumers who have been writing and boycotting PepsiCo beverages since last May. Continue Reading →

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Pro Family Group Calls for Boycott of Starbucks

The National Organization for Marriage is calling for a boycott of Starbucks because of the company’s support of homosexual “marriage” and its opposition to the Defense of Continue Reading →

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Facebook Censors Pro-Life Pictures, Allows Abortion Instructions

The world’s largest social media empire is showing its true colors on the abortion issue. Facebook has begun censoring pro-life images that depict the brutal aftermath of abortion. Yet, in a shocking display of a double-standard, it allows pro-abortion groups to post do-it-yourself instructions to kill a child in the womb.

The image being censored is a version of a popular Internet meme that has exploded throughout the web. If you’re on Facebook, you’ve probably seen friends post photos from the “What I Do” meme, an often light-hearted look at how various people perceive certain occupations. Continue Reading →

2/7/12: Komen Reversal Makes Christian’s Decision Easy

The Susan G. Komen Foundation did an about face last week, first saying it was severing its ties with Planned Parenthood because of investigations of the abortion Continue Reading →

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Obama: Abortion Enables “Our Daughters” To “Fulfill Their Dreams”

Sunday, January 22nd was the 39th anniversary of the infamous Roe vs. Wade decision. As other presidents have done, President Obama issued a statement on the anniversary expressing his opinion on abortion. While other presidents (e.g., Clinton) have expressed support for abortion while paying lip service to making them “safe, legal, and rare,” President Obama took a unapologetically pro-abortion approach in his statement. Continue Reading →

Planned Parenthood and Blood Money

Planned Parenthood has had a corrupt and murderous history ever since its founding by infamous racist and eugenicist Margaret Sanger. Despite its mercenary business model of “legally” murdering humans for a price, American taxpayers (including pro-lifers) have been forced to contribute hundreds of millions of dollars to the vile and bloodthirsty organization. Continue Reading →

Postmodern Worldview Rampant Among Young “Christians”

The most rapidly growing religious category today is composed of those Americans who say they have no religious affiliation. While middle-aged and older Americans continue to embrace organized religion, rapidly increasing numbers of young people are rejecting it. Continue Reading →

The Christian Post: Politics and Infidelity: Weighing Politicians’ Public Lives and Public Approval

It happens almost without fail: every campaign season a politician vying for the presidency is accused of impropriety. This year is no exception. GOP candidate Herman Cain has been accused of sexual harassment and of carrying on a lengthy extra-marital affair. Newt Gingrich has also been called on to address his past marital misdeeds. But how much does a presidential candidate’s personal life affect the public’s approval?

As history shows, the results vary from politician to politician Continue Reading →

The Christian Post: Politicians’ Affairs Are a Matter of Public Interest

Despite statements from Herman Cain’s lawyer that a person’s sexual life should not be questioned, Christian leaders contend that discerning voters do have an interest in and a right to know whether or not public officials are keeping their marriage vows.

Family Policy Network Policy Analyst Alex Mason said character is what one does when no one is looking. The marriage covenant, Mason explained, is more sacred and important than any public office. A politician who is willing to break that covenant when no one is looking may not have the character for public office. Continue Reading →

Misinformation Campaign Contributed to MS Personhood Defeat

Personhood Mississippi, the organization that sponsored the failed amendment, recently distributed the poll’s findings. Not surprisingly, the poll shows that many of the “No” votes came from those voters who were heavily influenced by the group Mississippians for Health Families (MHF), a front group for abortion giant Planned Parenthood. What was surprising was the small number of voters (only 8%) who opposed the amendment because they see themselves as “pro-choice.” The rest of those who voted against the amendment were voters influenced by MHF’s lies about the amendment’s eventual effects. Continue Reading →

Pepsi Shareholders Demand Company Stop Profiting from Abortion

In June 2011, Family Policy Network reported the news that PepsiCo was using cells from aborted children in its research to find a better formula for its soft drinks. That revolting information spread quickly, and pro-lifers all over America began complaining to Pepsi, demanding the company sever ties with the biotech company it was using for the gruesome research.

Those demands fell largely on deaf ears as Pepsi ignored the criticism. Pro-lifers who complained received a dismissive form letter from the company that brushed aside the criticism. Shockingly, the soft-drink giant actually argued their barbaric research would result in “great tasting, lower-calorie beverages.” Apparently, PepsiCo has no regard for the fetal corpses exploited by their research, so long as they can make a few extra bucks. Continue Reading →

Purple Endorsement of Homosexual Sin Deceives America’s Youth

You may have seen the color purple in a few places you wouldn’t ordinarily see it Thursday, and you may have wondered why.

The reason is because October 20th has been designated as a day to affirm homosexual sin by liberal activists in places like Hollywood and Washington, DC.

To proponents of homosexuality, October 20 is known as “Spirit Day,” when the color purple is supposed to be worn to show “support” for young people involved in homosexuality and some other forms of sexual sin. According to organizers, the goal of “Spirit Day” is for these young people to be “celebrated and accepted for who they are.” And since purple is the color used on the homosexual rainbow flag to represent “spirit,” it is the color pro-homosexual activists are wearing on “Spirit Day.” Continue Reading →

Chris Christie: A Pro-Choice Politician Who Claims to Be Pro-Life

Many pro-lifers often cite New Jersey Governor Chris Christie as a reliable advocate for the unborn.

Yet, various statements and actions from Gov. Christie over the past two years cast his alleged pro-life credentials into serious doubt. Continue Reading →

Most Planned Parenthood Clinics Located in Minority Communities

A new survey by the pro-life group Life Dynamics shows most of the Planned Parenthood clinics in the United States are located in minority communities.

Using data from Planned Parenthood’s website and the 2000 U.S. Census, the Life Dynamics team broke down by zip code each Planned Parenthood clinic and found them disproportionately located in minority neighborhoods. Continue Reading →

President Obama Greenlights Sexual Depravity in US Military

Science shows homosexuality to be deadly – this is important not just because it seems to confirm common sense, but because it shows that God has created humans to function at their best when in conformity with the laws and guidelines laid out in His Word. That’s why Obama’s effort is a direct assault on Biblical sexual morality. Continue Reading →

God’s Politics: The Biblical Purpose for Government, Part 2

In light of the testimony of Scripture, Christians should seek to elect politicians who would support the Biblical purposes of government. Voting is a very serious responsibility and should be exercised with great caution.

If we are to give an account one day even for the idle words we mumble (Matthew 12:36), how much more will we be held accountable for the votes we cast? Continue Reading →

God’s Politics: The Biblical Purpose for Government

Romans 13 is very important because the Apostle Paul answers two major questions: What is the purpose of government and why should Christians obey authorities?

While the passage shows that all authority is from God, it also gives the primary functions of a civil government that does not usurp the authority of God. Every government is to restrict evil and promote righteousness. Continue Reading →

Governments Should Reward Biblical Marriage

Among Christians in America there is great interest in the subject of marriage. This interest has been greatly increased because of the cultural battle to legitimize so-called “gay marriage.” As a result, many Christians can easily describe what a marriage is not (e.g., homosexual unions, polygamist unions, etc.), but can they describe what marriage is from a Biblical perspective? The unbiblical idea pushed by homosexual activists that a family consists merely of two people who “love” each other could be the tool that God is using to guide His church into a cogent and clear position on what marriage actually should be.
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Human Life Begins at Conception

The question of when life begins is simple. In our modern scientific age, no one can deny that the human zygote resulting from the union of a sperm and an egg is fully human and deserving of protection as a person. Continue Reading →

GOP leaders demonstrate hypocrisy by treating Vitter/Weiner differently

Forest, VA – A policy analyst working for a Virginia-based pro-family organization is charging GOP leaders in Washington with hypocrisy for treating lawmakers caught in scandals differently, depending on their party affiliations. Family Policy Network (FPN) Policy Analyst Alex Mason released an opinion piece critical of Republican leaders who overlooked the immoral actions of Sen. David Vitter (R-LA) while decrying those of Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-NY). Continue Reading →

Senator Vitter Must Resign His Post, Too

The ever-widening scandal surrounding Democrat Congressman Anthony Weiner provided Republicans with plenty of ammunition in their quest to rid themselves of one of the nation’s most liberal politicians. Weiner’s repeated lies and efforts to cover up his actions, not to mention the actions themselves, were indicative of a man unfit to serve in his position. Resignation was the right thing to do.

Now that Democrat Congressman Anthony Weiner has resigned, Republican Senator David Vitter should resign, too. In fact, Vitter’s resignation is long overdue. Continue Reading →

6/21/11: FPN Calls on Senator Vitter to Resign

FPN Says GOP Leadership is Inconsistent with Weiner/Vitter Reactions Continue Reading →

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FPN Policy Analyst Debates Alan Colmes on Call for Vitter to Resign

FoxNews RadioFamily Policy Network Policy Analyst Alex Mason debates FoxNews Radio host Alan Colmes on the reasons why his organization is calling on Sen. David Vitter to follow Anthony Weiner’s lead and resign. Continue Reading →

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Pepsi Using Cells from Aborted Babies in Soft Drink Formula Research

You’ve heard the argument for using the cells of aborted children (i.e., embryonic stem cells) to cure all sorts of life threatening diseases and helping the disabled walk. More and more people realize those arguments are no longer scientifically credible, but here’s one use of those cells you probably haven’t heard about.

Pepsi is using the fetal cells from aborted babies in its research to come up with a tastier soft drink. Continue Reading →

The Inherent Harm of So-Called “Gay Marriage”

The question is often asked of Christians who oppose the cultural advancement of so-called “gay marriage:” “How would homosexual couples being allowed to file taxes together, adopt, and visit each other in the hospital harm heterosexual couples?”

Read on to learn why so-called “gay marriage” is harmful to the culture. Continue Reading →

Abortion-Causing “Morning-After” Pill Use Doubles

A new study reveals that in the years after the “morning-after” pill was made available for over-the-counter purchase, its use has more than doubled. This is sad news. The “morning-after” pill is an abortifacient drug, meaning it can cause chemical abortions in the women who use it. Untold numbers of unborn children have died as a result. Continue Reading →

US Military’s Pro-Homosexual Indoctrination Has Started

A new article in The Washington Times details the pro-homosexual training materials now being distributed to military officers regarding the repeal of the military ban on open homosexuality, which was known as “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” (DADT).

Though the legislative repeal of DADT was signed by President Obama only three months ago, homosexual activists are not happy with the pace at which our military is careening toward sexual oblivion. The Servicemembers Legal Defense Network (SLDN), an organization whose sole purpose is to normalize sexual perversion in the United States military, has already issued a statement expressing displeasure over how slowly they perceive the military is implementing the DADT repeal. Continue Reading →

More Evidence of the Morning After Pill’s Societal Destruction

A recent study serves to further confirm long-held suspicions about the effect of birth control on promiscuity and sexually-transmitted diseases. The study, which was conducted in the UK, studied the impact greater government promotion of “emergency birth control” has on conception rates and increases in STIs. Continue Reading →

Planned Parenthood’s Corruption Busted Wide Open

Earlier this week, the pro-life group Live Action released video showing a New Jersey Planned Parenthood clinic manager gleefully advising two people who she thought were a pimp and a prostitute on how to break federal and state law in order to keep their underage sex trafficking business a secret.

As a result, Planned Parenthood is in a state of meltdown. Pro-lifers are exposing Planned Parenthood’s lawlessness and the nation’s largest abortion empire is beginning to crumble under the weight of renewed scrutiny. Planned Parenthood executives are panicked, flailing in the dark for any believable explanation for the shocking revelations coming to light. But they won’t find any. Continue Reading →

Same-Sex Sodomy No More Christ-Like than Bullying

The recent news stories regarding “bullying” against homosexuals are being promoted by homosexuals in order to rally sympathy to their agenda. Openly-homosexual Congressman Barney Frank recently remarked that these recent stories will galvanize “straights” to support the homosexual agenda in much the same way that the pictures of police dogs attacking black civil rights protesters helped solidify white support of the civil rights movement in the 1960s. Continue Reading →

FPN Policy Paper on State Marriage Amendments

In well-intentioned efforts to curb the erosion of the sanctity of marriage by proposing or passing “marriage amendments” to individual state constitutions, many people believe that merely defining marriage as the union between one man and one woman will do the job of protecting the institution of the family.

Sadly, this is not the case. A state (or federal) marriage amendment that does nothing to protect against homosexual civil unions misses the point of protecting the institution of the family. Such attempts fall victim to the idea that the only thing that needs protecting is the word “marriage.”

This policy paper explains Family Policy Network’s (FPN) position on state marriage amendments and explains why the differences in language are so important. Continue Reading →

Act Now to Oppose Universal Abortion Coverage in Health Care Reform

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Barack Obama and his pro-abortion allies may soon crush the pro-life movement and roll back every pro-life advancement made since Roe vs. Wade.

Planned Parenthood’s dream of universal, taxpayer-funded abortions is on the verge of becoming reality – – unless your congressman and senators hear from you immediately. Pro-abortion forces have succeeded in getting Democrats to propose that ALL abortions will be covered in the health care “reform” bill currently speeding through Congress.

CLICK HERE to Rally Congress NOW with your petition to stop universal, taxpayer-funded abortion on demand. Then rally your pro-life friends to join this critical fight before it’s too late. Continue Reading →

NEWS: Senate Votes to Add ‘Sexual Orientation’ to Federal ‘Hate Crimes’ Categories

U.S. Capitol[FPN] – Both houses of Congress have now voted to extend special ‘hate crimes’ protections to some people on the basis of their private sexual misconduct. Last night, five Republicans joined fifty-eight Democrats to support a defense appropriations amendment that will add the term ‘sexual orientation’ to the list of federal ‘hate crimes.’ The effect of this change will be to give greater emphasis to crimes committed against certain victims — specifically because they engage in some sort of sexually-deviant behavior.

Family Policy Network (FPN) opposes adding ‘sexual orientation’ to ‘hate crimes’ categories, primarily because it is a move designed to elevate immoral lifestyles to civil rights status. Moreover, it poses a serious threat to religious liberties. Continue Reading →

Read What Americans Are Saying About Hallmark’s “same-sex couple” Cards

[FPN] – – Many citizens throughout America have joined a boycott against Hallmark Incorporated in response to that company’s introduction of so-called “same-sex couple” greeting cards. (See a sampling of petition-signers’ comments from all 50 states by clicking on the story title above.) The boycott, which was announced in August by Family Policy Network (FPN), has attracted committed participants in cities and towns throughout the nation.

FPN is hosting an online petition to gather endorsements from individuals and like-minded organizations at BoycottHallmark.COM. Continue Reading →

2008 “Hate Crimes” Article Reveals USA TODAY’s Liberal Bias

[FPN] – Members of the media have long twisted the facts surrounding the 1998 death of college student Matthew Shepard, inferring he was killed simply because of his homosexuality. This baseless claim was made by many “gay” activists soon after Shepard’s death in an effort to silence critics who seek to discourage various forms of sexual immorality.

An article in the 3/10/08 USA Today preceeded the 2008 introduction of legislation in Congress that would give special protections to some victims of violent crimes, based on their private, sexual conduct. USA Today’s article is just another example of left-wing radicals masquerading as objective journalists. Continue Reading →

USA TODAY: “Mission of Matthew Shepard’s mother: Stop hate crime”

USA Today LogoIn 2008, USA Today twisted the facts surrounding the 1998 death of college student Matthew Shepard, inferring he was killed simply because of his homosexuality. This baseless claim was made by many “gay” activists soon after Shepard’s death in an effort to silence critics who seek to discourage various forms of sexual immorality.

FPN correctly warned the article was a warning sign that pro-homosexual, federal hate crimes language may be reintroduced in Congress very soon thereafter. It was, and it passed both houses of Congress before being signed into law by President Obama. Continue Reading →

FPN Lobbying Effort Derails ‘Anti-Family’ Legislation in Virginia

The Commerce and Labor Committee in Virginia’s House of Delegates has rejected a bill that would have authorized local governments to give away one of the cherished benefits of marriage to unwed partners including homosexuals and unmarried cohabitants. Conservatives had been shocked to see the bill known as SB51 pass the House Commerce and Labor subcommittee #1 on Tuesday, February 19th – – especially since five Republicans who usually support pro-family legislation voted with the majority to do so. Continue Reading →

FPN Flies Hope Over “Gay Pride” Events from California to Florida in 2007

Family Policy Network (FPN) spearheaded a campaign called “Project Hope Days,” wherein it flew airplane banners over pro-homosexual events throughout the nation that read, “JESUS CHRIST: WWW. HOPE FOR HOMOSEXUALS .COM.” The banners were flown over so-called “gay pride” parades and other events that were designed to celebrate sexual sin in several major cities, including Atlanta, Charlotte, Los Angeles, Orlando, Sandusky (OH) and San Francisco. Continue Reading →

President Bush Contradicts Jesus Christ; Claims All Religions Pray to the Same God

President George Bush has repeated his belief all religions, “whether they be Muslim, Christian, or any other religion, prays to the same God” – an assertion that caused outrage among evangelical leaders when he said it in November 2003.

When asked by the interviewer if he was an enemy of Islam, Bush replied, “Well, first of all, I believe in an Almighty God, and I believe that all the world, whether they be Muslim, Christian, or any other religion, prays to the same God. That’s what I believe. I believe that Islam is a great religion that preaches peace.” Continue Reading →

Christian Activist Questions President’s Remarks About Jesus Christ

Forest, VA –A Christian pro-family activist is taking President Bush to task for comments he made recently, rejecting the exclusive deity of the God of the Bible. Continue Reading →

SAN FRANCISCO ‘GAY’ WEEKLY: FPN Hope Banner Flies Over Sinful Celebration

The Bay Area Reporter OnlineFamily Policy Network was behind an airplane that circled [the September 30, 2007 Folsom Street Fair] leather festival towing an anti-gay banner. Some fairgoers saw an airplane circling above the South of Market event with a banner “Jesus Christ: www.Hopeforhomosexuals.com.” The banner, supported by an anti-gay organization devoted to encouraging gay and lesbian individuals to become “ex-gays,” is linked to the Virginia-based Family Policy Network.

“Homosexuality is nothing to celebrate,” said Joe Glover, president of Family Policy Network. “It has grave consequences, both physical and spiritual … the hope of all who sin, including homosexuals, is the chance to turn from sin and embrace the redemption God makes available through His Son, Jesus Christ.” Continue Reading →

FPN Flies ‘Hope for Homosexuals’ Over Debauchery at Folsom Street Fair

Family Policy Network (FPN) contracted an aerial advertising company to fly an airplane banner over a city-wide celebration of sin in San Fransisco on 9/30/2007. The message on the banner read, “JESUS CHRIST: WWW.HOPE FOR HOMOSEXUALS.COM.” The banner is one of several that FPN has contracted to fly over pro-homosexual events throughout the nation in 2007. Continue Reading →

WORLDNETDAILY: FPN Calls Kennedy’s ‘Hate Crime’ Plan “Shockingly Manipulative”

WorldNetDaily.comSen. Edward Kennedy’s “hate crimes” plan – – feared by Christian leaders as a way to censor biblical condemnations of homosexuality – – has been proposed as an amendment to a spending bill needed for the defense of the nation, a maneuver opponents are calling “shameless” and “manipulative.” Joe Glover of the Family Policy Network said the move is “shockingly manipulative.” Continue Reading →

OneNewsNow.com: FPN Says Greatest Danger to Homosexuals is Other Homosexuals

OneNewsNow.com is reporting on FPN’s opposition to Senator Ted Kennedy’s underhanded plan to promote the homosexual agenda by inserting “hate crimes for homosexuals” language into a crucial defense spending bill. In the interview for this story, FPN President Joe Glover said the real goal of adding “sexual orientation” to “hate crimes” categories is to silence Biblical opposition to homosexuality. However, Glover asserts that in their efforts to silence Christians, homosexual activists are “ignoring the true threat to a homosexual’s safety: other homosexuals.” Continue Reading →

Thousands of Philadelphia Homosexuals See Message of Hope, Redemption

[PHILADELPHIA] – On July 10, 2007, thousands involved in the homosexual lifestyle can look heavenward for a message of hope during Philly Pride Presents’ annual $10,000 taxpayer-funded “Pride Parade and Festival,†a celebration of homosexuality, being held at Penn’s Landing Great Plaza in Philadelphia. Continue Reading →

New York Liberal Links “Gay Marriage,” Destruction of Family Unit

A recent column in a conservative publication shows just how broad the political support base is for protecting one-man, one-woman marriage. Readers may not be surprised to learn the head of an organization promoting “American values” penned a commentary in The Weekly Standard — making a strong case for the relationship between the adoption of “gay marriage” and the erosion of traditional values (i.e., higher rates of divorce, unwed childbearing, nonmarital cohabitation, etc.). The surprise comes when readers learn the author is a self-described liberal Democrat from New York who does NOT otherwise oppose homosexual behavior. Continue Reading →

FPN Promotes State-Based School Club Restrictions in AL, NC, TN, TX and VA

[FPN] – In August of 2006, Family Policy Network (FPN) announced a campaign to promote a state-based approach to protecting children from homosexual activists in public schools. Efforts are underway (in various stages) to promote FPN’s school-based clubs proposal in Alabama, North Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia. Similar bills have become law already in Georgia and Utah. Another similar proposal has been promoted in Massachusetts. Continue Reading →

ACTION ALERT: Military Leader Criticized for Calling Homosexuality Immoral

(Washington, DC) – A respected, God-fearing Marine general is under fire from homosexual activists and liberal politicians for stating his belief that homosexuality is “immoral.” Family Policy Network has launched an ONLINE PETITION for citizens to automatically express their support for this God-fearing military leader to President Bush and a liberal Republican who asked the General to apologize. Continue Reading →

USA TODAY: FPN Fighting for Parents’ Rights in Five States

USA Today Logo(USA TODAY: 2/8/07) – Not everyone applauds the soaring number of school-based gay/straight alliances and adult-led programs for gay teens. “Homosexuality is harmful to society, and young people have no business committing to a sexual identity until they’re adults,” says Peter Sprigg of the Family Research Council, a conservative policy group. The council backs a new Georgia law, first in the nation, that requires schools to tell parents about clubs and allows them to forbid their children to participate in gay/straight alliances.

Lobbying is underway to pass similar laws in North Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, Alabama and Texas, says Joe Glover of the Family Policy Network, a Christian family advocacy group. “Parents shouldn’t have to check their rights at the school room door,” he says. Continue Reading →

Parents’ Rights Bill Called ‘Homophobic’ by Editorial in Richmond Times-Dispatch

An editorial in the January 22nd Richmond Times-Dispatch accuses legislators in the Virginia General Assembly of “marching to the homophobic beat of the Religious Right.†Their offense? Supporting a Family Policy Network proposal that would allow parents to remove their children from non-academic, school-based clubs with which they disagree. Continue Reading →

Sec. of State calls Mom of Ambassador’s Gay Lover “Mother-in-Law”

At the recent swearing-in ceremony of Mark Dybul — an open homosexual — as the nation’s “global AIDS coordinator”, Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice referred to the mother of Dybul’s homosexual “partner” as his “mother-in-law.” Nominated by President Bush to serve in the newly-created Ambassador-level position, Dybul will have a budget of a staggering $15 Billion in comparison to $5 million allocated by President Clinton for his [heterosexual] “AIDS Czar”. – – Read more about this controversy and contact the White House to express your opinion. Continue Reading →

CHARLOTTE OBSERVER: ‘Quiet Issue’ of gay unions gets noisier in S.C.

(Charlotte Observer: 10/28/06) – In South Carolina, simply passing a constitutional amendment to define marriage as between one man and one woman is not enough: [supporters] want to win with 80 percent of the vote. .. “Personally, I don’t want to see a 55 percent or 60 percent vote,” said Mike Wallace, missions development director for the York Baptist Association. “I want to see an 80 percent vote. That would represent South Carolina values.” .. Nationally, supporters aren’t losing any sleep about the result. “South Carolina is one of those states where it’s guaranteed,” said Joe Glover, president of the Family Policy Network in Washington, D.C. The network is campaigning across the country to pass the amendments banning gay marriage. Continue Reading →

NYU LIVEWIRE: Policy Analyst Says Morning After Pill Will Increase Promiscuity

(NYU LIVEWIRE: 10/16/06) – With morning-after pill Plan B being sold without a prescription, a debate is raging over whether young single people will grow more careless about having unprotected sex – or whether they’ll just have lots more casual sex, period.

Some of the loudest objections have come from the Christian right.

“By offering a so-called ‘easy’ option to shirk consequences of non-marital sex, this do-it-yourself abortion only encourages people to become more sexually active with more partners,” wrote policy analyst Alex Mason in a study for the Washington-based Family Policy Network (www.familypolicynetwork.org), a Christian think tank that strongly opposes nonprescription availability of the pill. Continue Reading →

Pro-Lifers Upset with Bush Over Support for Morning-after Abortion Pill

Several pro-life groups are expressing strong disappointment in President Bush’s apparent support for making Plan B — the “morning-after” pill — available to women over the age of 18 without a prescription. At least one of them sees the president’s stance as inconsistent with his recent veto of legislation favoring extended funding for embryonic stem-cell research. Continue Reading →

Bush Appoints Another Openly Homosexual Ambassador

Becoming the first President to nominate two openly homosexual nominees to U.S. ambassadorial positions, President George W. Bush has selected Mark R. Dybul to be the U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator.

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TAKE ACTION: File E-Complaint with FCC for “F-Word” during NBC’s NHL Coverage

The nationally-televised broadcast of the NHL Stanley Cup hockey championship game (6/19/06) on NBC television included the live broadcast of an exuberant hockey player using profanity. The incident violated long-standing Federal Communications Commission (FCC) guidelines, and may trigger the largest penalty in the agency’s history because of recent legislation passed by Congress that President Bush signed into law just days before the infraction. Continue Reading →

WCBM: FPN Policy Analyst Promotes Marriage Defense on Baltimore Station

wcbmJust a few days after the U.S. Senate defeated a proposed constitutional amendment to define marriage as a union between a man and a woman, FPN Policy Analyst Alex Mason discussed efforts to protect the family in a live interview on Baltimore, Maryland radio station WCBM. Continue Reading →

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FPN Leader Puts Senate Marriage Defeat in Perspective on CNN

Glover debates pro-homosexual “Log Cabin Republican Club” leader Patrick Guerriero.

FPN President Joe Glover discussed the U.S. Senate’s failure to pass a Marriage Protection Amendment before a live national television audience on June 7, 2006 — just hours after the vote took place. In an interview hosted by CNN National Political Correspondent John Roberts, Glover dispelled the notion that Senate inaction proves support for a marriage amendment is slipping. Continue Reading →

FPN Leader Defends Need for Federal Marriage Amendment on CNN

FPN President Debates Late Marriage Amendment Endorsement in Live CNN Interview

Despite promising to fight to push for an amendment to the U.S. Constitution that would protect marriage as the exclusive union between one man and one woman during his 2004 re-election bid, President Bush failed to deliver in his second term. The day before the U.S. Senate failed to pass a federal Marriage Protection Amendment in June of 2006, FPN President Joe Glover appeared in a nationally-televised debate on CNN to discuss the amendment and to criticize Bush’s lackluster support for its passage.

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President Bush “hasn’t lifted a finger” for Marriage Amendment

While a sitting president has no formal role in the process of amending the U.S. Constitution, his opinion on the matter can carry great influence. In the case of the Marriage Protection Amendment, FPN President Joe Glover is bothered by President Bush’s apparent reluctance to use his bully pulpit to rally support. Continue Reading →

L.A. TIMES: FPN Leaders Accept White House Invitation, Predict “A Ruse”


latimes(FPN, 5/06) – Nine days before the U.S. Senate voted down consideration of a Marriage Protection Amendment, FPN President Joe Glover received an invitation from the White House to attend an endorsement speech by the President in Washington, D.C. Upon hearing the president’s speech, Glover and FPN Policy Analyst Alex Mason were pleased, but continued to question the president’s tardiness in fighting to protect marriage. Continue Reading →

Va. Locality ‘Investigates’ Christian Who Refused to Reproduce Homosexual Propaganda

[FPN, 4/25/06] – The leader of a Virginia-based pro-family organization says his group may organize a lawsuit against Arlington County, Virginia for violating the religious liberties of Christian business owners there. Family Policy Network (FPN) President Joe Glover says the potential for litigation stems from recent actions by a so-called “human rights” committee that was established by the Arlington Board of Supervisors.

The Arlington County Human Rights Commission recently held a public hearing and subsequently investigated a Christian businessman on behalf of a lesbian activist who claimed he wrongly “discriminated” against her on the basis of her “sexual orientation.” In reality, Tim Bono of Bono Film and Video in Arlington County politely refused to duplicate two pro-homosexual films for long-time lesbian activist Lillian Vincenz. Bono cited his desire to honor Biblical prohibitions against the sin of homosexual behavior. Continue Reading →

WORLDNETDAILY.COM: Businessman Ordered to Duplicate Lesbian’s Videos

A government commission has ordered a man who runs a video duplicator business to do a job for a lesbian activist after he initially refused because, as a Christian, he did not want to help promote homosexuality.

According to a report by Concerned Women for America, Tim Bono of Bomo Film and Video in Arlington, Va., did not want to violate his biblical values by helping promote two pro-homosexual films lesbian activist Lillian Vincenz wanted duplicated. Continue Reading →

FPN NEWS: Gordon, Earnhardt Echo FPN Call for Broadcast Delay

Two of NASCAR’s most popular drivers are saying television producers should ensure their broadcasts don’t include profanity. Four-time NASCAR champion Jeff Gordon and popular Daytona 500 winner Dale Earnhardt, Jr. both expressed opinions consistent with those of Family Policy Network (FPN) in separate interviews with reporters writing for NASCAR.COM. The drivers voiced their opinions just days after FPN President Joe Glover filed an official FCC complaint against FOX Television for airing profanity during a NASCAR race at Bristol Motor Speedway. Continue Reading →

NASCAR.COM: FOX says Equipment Malfunction Caused Slip

According to a news article at NASCAR.COM, officials with the FOX network are defending their broadcast of profanity in the 3/26/06 “Food City 500″ race at Bristol Motor Speedway as the result of “an equipment malfunction.” FOX Sports issued the following statement: “As Mike Joy immediately told our audience on Sunday, we’re very sorry that comment escaped our screening process. We take audio very seriously and make painstaking efforts to offer only the best.” FPN President Joe Glover says that’s “no excuse.” Continue Reading →

NEWSWIRE: Group files complaint with FCC about NASCAR, Fox and the ‘S-word’

ThatsRacin.com – March 28, 2006 The president of the Family Policy Network has filed an official complaint with the Federal Communications Company after a Nextel Cup crew Continue Reading →

NEWS RELEASE: Arlington County Persecutes Christian Business Owner

Leaders of a Virginia-based pro-family organization are publicly criticizing Arlington County, Virginia for violating the religious liberties of business owners who live according to their faith there. Officials at Family Policy Network (FPN) are communicating with state and national media outlets about the Arlington Human Rights Comission’s “investigation” against the owner of Bono Film and Video. FPN’s intent is to stir interest in taking legal action against Arlington for what it calls a pro-homosexual “witch hunt.” Continue Reading →

Bush Grows Slack Concerning His Promise to Prosecute Pornography

The president of an Ohio-based pro-family group says the Bush administration needs to do more to crack down on pornography. Phil Burress is president of Citizens for Community Values, a Cincinnati-based group that has been instrumental in educating people in Ohio and across the U.S. about the harmful effects of porn. Five years ago, when President George W. Bush was elected to his first term… Continue Reading →

Senator Reverses Stance on Hate Crimes Legislation

U.S. Senator George Allen (R-VA) has confirmed he will henceforth OPPOSE legislation that would add “sexual orientation” to the list of federally recognized “hate crimes.” The change in policy is being welcomed by the leader of the Virginia-based Family Policy Network – the group that has hounded Allen for breaking a written promise NOT to support such legislation in 2004.

The reversal comes after several months of actions by FPN staff criticizing Allen for breaking a promise to oppose such pro-homosexual legislation. Besides educating 35,000 of its own supporters, FPN also targeted Christian radio stations and conservative media outlets, successfully reaching listeners to thousands of Christian radio stations and readers of numerous conservative publications. In one-widely circulated article, FPN President Joe Glover had promised, “George Allen broke his promise to not support adding “sexual orientation” to the federal list of hate crimes last year. We’re asking him not to break that promise again now,”

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CNS NEWS: Exclusive: Sen Allen Withdraws ‘Hate Crimes’ Support
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FPN Endorses Proposition 2 – The Texas Marriage Amendment

On Tuesday, the voters of Texas will consider several new amendments to the state’s Constitution. By far, the most important proposal would define marriage as the exclusive union between a man and a woman.

Family Policy Network (FPN) endorses the Texas Marriage Amendment, and encourages you to vote “YES” for Proposition 2 on Tuesday, November the 8th. Continue Reading →

Conservatives wary of new SCOTUS pick

When the President announced his nomination of Judge John Roberts to replace Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, conservative leaders were confident that Bush had fulfilled his promise. However, evidence soon emerged that Roberts may not become the conservative justice everyone had expected. With the announcement of Harriet Miers as the President’s next nominee, similar concerns are mounting quickly. Continue Reading →

Conservative Enthusiasm for Judge Roberts Subdued

By Bill Fancher, AgapePress – 9/23/05 (AgapePress) – With the president’s nominee for chief justice of the Supreme Court apparently on course for approval, some family and Continue Reading →

Conservatives now wary of Supreme Court nominee

“From the first time then-candidate George W. Bush spoke of the kind of judge he would nominate to the Supreme Court if he were elected in 2000, Continue Reading →

Federal Court Upholds Virginia Pledge Law

The United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit has rejected a challenge to a Virginia law requiring students to recite the Pledge of Allegiance. The lawsuit was filed by Edward Myers, a father of three who belongs to the Anabaptist Mennonite faith, a tradition that has condemned the mixture of church of state.

Suing on behalf of himself and his minor children, Myers maintained that reciting the Pledge, with its reference to “one nation under God,” is a religious exercise prohibited by the U.S. Constitution. The Virginia law does not compel students to participate in the recitation and allows those who object to stand or sit in silence, but the plaintiff objected to the statute nevertheless. The three-judge panel of the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals rejected the lawsuit’s claim that the Virginia law unconstitutionally promotes or establishes religion. [Click title above for more…] Continue Reading →

GOP Senator wants O’Connor to be Chief Justice

“ Republican Senator wants O’Connor promoted; not retired: A liberal Republican who owes his re-election victory last year to the President may be emerging as the greatest Continue Reading →

‘True Believers’ May Have Repaid George Allen for Betrayals

FPN – U.S. Senator George Allen (R-VA) strayed from his conservative base on the issue of homosexuality while serving as a member of the U.S. Senate. In Continue Reading →

Bush Keeps Clinton Policy on Homosexual “Rights” in Federal Workplace

When Scott Bloch, the Bush-appointed head of the U.S. Office of Special Counsel, deleted the term “sexual orientation” from the list of the agency’s protected workplace anti-discrimination categories, he believed he was acting in accordance with White House sentiments and with federal law. After all, the term “sexual orientation” was only placed there by one of Bill Clinton’s Executive Orders, and it had never been given permanent legal status by Congress. Besides, a conservative Republican White House would certainly back him up, right? Wrong. Bloch found out the hard way that the Bush administration is anything but opposed to special rights for people who engage in homosexuality. Continue Reading →

FPN-TN leader wants current marriage proposals to be withdrawn or fail

Family Policy Network State Director Ron Shank wrote to more than a thousand supporters throughout Tennessee on Friday, explaining reasons why he wants the current marriage amendment proposals here be withdrawn or fail. [-more-]

CLICK HERE to tell lawmakers the Marriage Amendment should have banned “civil unions,” too.

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Virginia Marriage Amendment language finalized

(Richmond) – Members of a House and Senate conference committee in the Virginia General Assembly have struck an agreement on the Virginia Marriage Amendment. The final language, which was subsequently approved by the full legislature (on 2/26/05), reads as follows:

That only a union between one man and one woman may be a marriage valid in or recognized by this Commonwealth and its political subdivisions.

This Commonwealth and its political subdivisions shall not create or recognize a legal status for relationships of unmarried individuals that intends to approximate the design, qualities, significance, or effects of marriage.

Nor shall this Commonwealth or its political subdivisions create or recognize another union, partnership, or other legal status to which is assigned the rights, benefits, obligations, qualities, or effects of marriage.

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ALERT: Virginia Marriage Amendment language finalized

(Richmond) – Members of a House and Senate conference committee in the Virginia General Assembly have struck an agreement on the Virginia Marriage Amendment. The final language, which was subsequently approved by the full legislature on Saturday, reads as follows:

That only a union between one man and one woman may be a marriage valid in or recognized by this Commonwealth and its political subdivisions.

This Commonwealth and its political subdivisions shall not create or recognize a legal status for relationships of unmarried individuals that intends to approximate the design, qualities, significance, or effects of marriage.

Nor shall this Commonwealth or its political subdivisions create or recognize another union, partnership, or other legal status to which is assigned the rights, benefits, obligations, qualities, or effects of marriage.

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Lesbian Researcher Claims ‘Gay’ Families ‘Just as Happy’

(FPN) – A lesbian professor at the University of Virginia has co-authored “research” claiming teenagers whose parents are in lesbian relationships are just as happy and do just as well in school as teenagers whose parents are in heterosexual relationships. However, the activist nature of her overall career and personal life – not to mention the subjective nature of her “findings” – render her conclusions meaningless. Continue Reading →

‘Religious Christians’ Made the Difference in ’04 Elections:

“Exit poll data clearly demonstrates the role of believers in presidential, senatorial and policy-based elections: Belief.NET: Victory credited to “”coalition of religious Christians”” Exit poll data: Religious Continue Reading →

Lesbian researcher claims ‘gay’ families ‘just as happy’:

(FPN) – A lesbian professor at the University of Virginia has co-authored “research” claiming teenagers whose parents are in lesbian relationships are just as happy and do Continue Reading →

Specter Should NOT Be Judiciary Chairman

“Judiciary Chairmanship Requires Objectivity – Reasons why a Specter Chairmanship should be opposed On the same day President Bush delivered his victory speech for gaining a second Continue Reading →


FPN initiated a lawsuit vs. the University of North Carolina over forced Islamic indoctrination in 2002. UNC later made the required reading optional, but compelled students to “discuss” the material anyway. A Federal Court finally decides the case nearly two years after the controversy. [–more–] Continue Reading →

Specter opposed for Judiciary Chairmanship

In 2004, FPN educated citizens on Pennsylvania Senator Arlen Specter’s (R-PA) history of opposing conservative judges. (FPN) On the same day President Bush delivered his victory speech Continue Reading →

FPN Pres. calls on Sen. Specter to apologize to President

Pro-family leader described PA Senator as ‘ungrateful’ to Bush for help in primary Forest, VA – The leader of a pro-family organization that tracks federal judicial nominations Continue Reading →

Citizens Reacted Angrily to Senator’s ’04 ‘Hate Crimes’ Vote

LEGAL DISCLAIMER: This page contains the personal opinions of individuals reacting to George Allen’s 2004 vote supporting legislation that will increase already-tough penalties against criminals simply because Continue Reading →

U.S. Senator Lied to Conservatives, Voted for ‘Hate Crimes’ Legislation

FPN is launching a major offensive against U.S. Senator George Allen (R-VA) this week for voting to add “sexual orientation” to the Federal Hate Crimes Act on June 15th. Allen, while campaigning for the U.S. Senate in 2000, pledged his opposition to pro-homosexual legislation with conservative Christians. Just halfway into his first term in office, Allen is breaking his promise. Continue Reading →

Jerry Kilgore, Homosexuality, and Muddy Waters

Kilgore’s “Non-Discrimination” Controversy by Joe Glover – October 20, 2003 It’s becoming more and more difficult for Christian conservatives to know who our friends are these days. Continue Reading →

UM Infects Young Minds With Half-Truths in Laramie Project

by Joe Glover – June 23, 2003 College campuses are often thought to be places where free inquiry and open discussion of ideas can run free so Continue Reading →

“In God We Trust” Plates Authorized in Virginia

Christian group working to gather minimum number of 350 pre-orders

The Virginia General Assembly and Governor have approved legislation creating “In God We Trust” specialty license plates for motorists in the Old Dominion. The Division of Motor Vehicles is now authorized to begin printing the plates, but not before 350 pre-paid applications are received by the Forest, Virginia-based Family Policy Network (FPN), the plate’s sponsoring organization. Continue Reading →

FPN-initiated lawsuit limits UNC Islam assignment

Summer of 2002 Each year, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill assigns its incoming freshmen and transfer students an important assignment during the summer before Continue Reading →

Guest Editorial by FPN President Questions UNC Book Choice on Islam

USA Today LogoDuring the 2002 controversy over a forced Islamic reading assignment at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the USA Editorial Board contacted FPN President Joe Glover to request an opinion piece on the topic for the paper’s editorial page. In his commentary entitled, “Book fails to tell whole truth,” Glover wrote, “UNC’s chancellor claims his school simply wants students to understand Islam in light of recent events. Yet, the students who read only this book still will not understand the motivation of terrorists to kill more than 3,000 Americans. One has to wonder why university officials are afraid to give their students a complete picture of the world of Islam. What do they have to fear?” Continue Reading →

Lawsuit Filed against UNC in Federal Court

A lawsuit was filed this morning against the University of North Carolina at Chapel-Hill, alleging the school is infringing upon the religious free exercise of its students and violating the establishment clause of the United States Constitution by forcing incoming freshmen and transfer students to study Islam against their will. Continue Reading →

UNC Wants ‘Objectors’ to Defend Religious Beliefs

In reaction to controversy over a mandatory introduction to Islam for incoming freshmen, the University of North Carolina has developed a so-called “opt-out” policy that is bringing greater criticism than the requirement itself. Continue Reading →

Motto posters going up in schools

An article in the July 15, 2002 Richmond Times-Dispatch explained the role Family Policy Network played in passing Virginia legislation to require posting the National Motto, “In God We Trust” in all public schools. Continue Reading →

UNC/Islam Controversy Update and FAQ

A hearing will occur this week at the Federal District Court in Greensboro in the case of a lawsuit against the University of North Carolina at Chapel-Hill, alleging the school is infringing upon the religious free exercise of its students and violating the establishment clause of the United States Constitution by forcing incoming freshmen and transfer students to study Islam against their will. Continue Reading →

FPN Seeks Freshman to Sue UNC Over Forced Islam Class

FPN is seeking a plaintiff to sue the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

If you are an incoming freshman or transfer student and you are philosophically opposed to being required to study Islam, Family Policy Network would like to introduce you to attorneys who are interest in suing the University on your behalf, without any cost to you. Continue Reading →

Speaker Resigns Amid Sexual Harassment Allegations

The Speaker of Virginia’s House of Delegates has resigned nearly a week after it was revealed that he paid a 26 year-old female to hide her allegations that he sexual assaulted her last year. Continue Reading →

If It’s True, the Speaker Should Resign

The leader of a statewide pro-family organization today suggested the Speaker of Virginia’s House of Delegates may need to resign after hearing the 24-year incumbent paid $100,000 to a female office worker to hide allegations of sexual misconduct. Continue Reading →

Governor Confirms Hostility Toward Religious Conservatives

The following is a transcript of a news story that aired on a Virginia television station on Tuesday, May 21. The story, which was presented by NewsChannel WDBJ-7 in Roanoke during the 11 p.m. broadcast, confirms Governor Mark Warner’s hostility toward Christians who express their opinions in the public square. Continue Reading →

FPN President Asks Governor to Clarify Broad Religious Condemnation

Just one day after earning praise from religious leaders for signing “In God We Trust” legislation, Virginia Governor Mark Warner made an anti-religious quip during a college graduation ceremony.

An Associated Press article quotes Governor Warner, speaking to graduates of the University of Virginia, saying, “one of the greatest threats facing our world comes from those who believe they are acting out God’s will, no matter what religion they practice.” Continue Reading →

Bush Administration Promotes “Global Homosexual Activism”

White House hid ambassador’s homosexuality until after his confirmation

The leader of a pro-family organization based in Virginia says George W. Bush “betrayed American values” by sending two homosexuals to the American embassy in Bucharest, Romania. Joe Glover, President of Family Policy Network, made his remarks after learning that Bush had dispatched a homosexual to be U.S. Ambassador to Romania, and was sending his “partner” to go with him. Continue Reading →

Homosexuals Celebrate Perversion While the Nation Mourns

A Virginia-based pro-family organization is expressing outrage at the arrogance of homosexual activists who, until today, continued celebrating “gay pride” events in Richmond despite the tragic terrorist attacks that killed thousands of Americans in New York and Virginia. Family Policy Network President Joe Glover said, “The so-called ‘Pride Coalition’ demonstrated blatant disrespect for a grieving nation by continuing to celebrate their perversion in Virginia’s capital city. Continue Reading →

FPN Establishes Web Outreach to Homosexuals

Family group flies banner over ‘Gay Days’ at Disney June 8, 2001 – by Anthony Gunde, CNS News As homosexuals celebrated ‘Gay Days’ June 3 in Orlando, Continue Reading →

FPN President Applauds Warner for Removal of “Hate Crimes” Language from Defense Bill

The leader of a pro-family organization opposed to the homosexual agenda yesterday praised U.S. Senator John Warner (R-VA) for working to defeat a pro-homosexual measure in Congress to add “sexual orientation” to the federal hate crimes law. Continue Reading →

Homosexuals Demand Acceptance of Sex with Strangers in Public Parks

A three-judge panel of the Virginia Court of Appeals today heard arguments from attorneys on behalf of ten men who were arrested for violating the state law against sodomy. The ten plaintiffs each attempted to solicit sex from undercover police officers in Roanoke’s Wasena Park. Continue Reading →

Speedway Becomes Battleground Over Homosexual Rights

If you were at the Lowe’s Motor Speedway on May 28th, you might have witnessed the latest skirmish in the war between homosexual rights activists and their advocates in corporate America and America’s families. The Virginia-based Family Policy Network (FPN) contracted an airplane to fly a banner over race fans at the speedway that read, “BUD: STOP PROMOTING THE GAY AGENDA – GAYBEER.COM.” The website identified in the banner contains the details of Anheuser-Busch’s pro-homosexual activities, including pictures from Bud-sponsored Folsom Street Fair, an annual sadomasochism festival in San Francisco, and Bud Light’s pro-homosexual magazine ads. Continue Reading →

“Race for the Family” confronts Bud before race in Atlanta

Family Policy Network today educated thousands more race fans on efforts by Anheuser-Busch to promote destructive homosexual behavior nationwide. The campaign, which the pro-family group calls “Race for the Family” was begun at a national stock car race in Martinsville, Virginia last fall. The Atlanta Motor Speedway is the third stop on the group’s tour of the national race circuit. Daytona International Speedway was the second. Continue Reading →

Pro-Family Activists Confront Anheuser-Busch for Promoting Homosexuality

Three pro-family activists, including representatives of two national pro-family organizations, held a press conference here last night as part of a new campaign to inform beer drinkers on Anheuser-Busch’s attempts to promote homosexuality. Continue Reading →