Ft Worth Episcopalians Leaving Denomination Over Its Support for Homosexuality

The Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth is expected to vote during its diocesan convention to end its affiliation with the national denomination. An overwhelming number of the diocese’s 56 parishes and missions have expressed support for the vote, which requires support from two-thirds of the convention to be adopted. The diocese has expressed an intention to align itself with another province in the Anglican Communion, the Argentina-based Province of the Southern Cone. Continue Reading →

“Tolerant and Diverse” Homosexuals Attack Grandmother, Stomp Cross

Shocking video reveals hatred and rage from homosexuals protesting the voters’ decision to make California the 30th state in the nation to enshrine traditional marriage into their state constitution. In the video, homosexual activists surround an older lady who wants to defend the Biblical definition of marriage. They then strip a cross out of her hands and stomp it on the ground and chant “go home” and “shame on you.”

A television news crew captured the footage. Subsequently, homosexuals shouted down an attempt by the crew to interview the woman. Continue Reading →

Read What Californians Are Saying to Hallmark About Their “same-sex couple” Cards

Many Californians are joining a nationwide call to boycott Hallmark greeting cards, in response to that company’s introduction of so-called “same-sex couple” cards. The boycott, which was announced in August by Family Policy Network, has begun to attract supporters in cities and towns throughout the nation.

Many Californians who signed the petition to boycott Hallmark over its pro-homosexual cards added their own comments to the statement above. Here is a sampling of those comments:

  • Madonna in Shasta Lake, CA writes, “We’re supposed to love the sinner and hate the sin…loving them isn’t condoning their sinful choice.”

  • Lucretia in Rancho Santa Margarita, CA writes, “I will no longer, ever, buy another Hallmark product, under any name, unless you pull these cards.”

  • Brenda in Olivehurst, CA writes, “Not only I, but my entire family no longer buy cards and gift from your company, and we will not as long as you promote homosexuality.”

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PA Supreme Court Rules ‘Hate Crimes’ Law Was Passed Illegally

Pro-family attorneys applaud the Pennsylvania Supreme Court for its ruling in Marcavage v. Rendell affirming that the state legislature violated the Pennsylvania Constitution when it added “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” to Pennsylvania’s “ethnic intimidation” law in 2002. 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 →

WV House Considers Adding “Sexual Orientation” to State Law

The West Virginia House of Delegates is currently considering a proposal that would add the phrase “sexual orientation” to the list of protected employment non-discrimination categories. The proposal has already passed on a voice vote in the full Senate. Family Policy Network opposes such proposals – – primarily because non-discrimination policies should be based on immutable or unobtrusive characteristics like gender or religion. Unnatural sexual activities should not qualify for protection. Continue Reading →

NEWSLINK: California Professor Fired Over Sexual Orientation Debate

[3/2/08 - THE BULLETIN] - An adjunct professor at a California community college was delivered a pink slip after holding a discussion on the “nature versus nurture” debate concerning the root causes of homosexuality. San Jose/Evergreen Community College (SJCC) officials terminated June Sheldon after a single student complained the discussion held in Ms. Sheldon’s Human Heredity class had been “offensive and unscientific.”

“SJCC has violated its constitutional obligations and its own promises of academic freedom by summarily dismissing a professor for engaging in clearly protected classroom speech,” stated Greg Lukianoff, president of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE). FIRE is a civil rights organization that fights to preserve civil liberties on college campuses.
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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 →

Senator’s Use of Defense Funding Bill to Pass “Hate Crimes” Proposal Called “Reckless”

Senator Ted Kennedy (D-MA)The president of Family Policy Network (FPN) is accusing a U.S. Senator of jeopardizing the welfare of American soldiers in an underhanded attempt to have “sexual orientation” added to the list of federally-protected hate crimes categories.

FPN President Joe Glover described Massachusetts Senator Ted Kennedy’s decision to add a controversial “hate crimes proposal to a military spending bill as “reckless” and “possibly treasonous” in an email to FPN supporters in all 50 states.

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“Hate Crimes” protection on the basis of “sexual orientation.”

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Alabama House Rejects Adding “Sexual Orientation” to Hate Crime Law

(The Decatur Daily – 5/11/2007) The Alabama House voted Thursday not to consider a bill to add crimes against people because of their sexual orientation to the state’s hate crimes law, despite an emotional plea from [a homosexual] lawmaker. .. The vote against bringing the bill up for debate was 45-43. Continue Reading →