Tag Archives: Focus on the Family

Facts are simple things…

In a sadly predictable development, our local “Focus on the Family” writer Barbara is defending the ridiculous lies the AGI is disseminating about the Matthew Shepard Act, joining the other self-described Christians who are bearing false witness. In the discharge … Continue reading

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How many more?

“I have struggled with homosexuality since I was a 5-year-old boy. … I can’t tell you the number of nights I have cried myself to sleep, begging God to take this away.” The founding pastor of another large evangelical church … Continue reading

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James, meet Paul

Update: Jennifer Chrisler, Executive Director of Family Pride, responds in Time. James Dobson of “Focus on Families I don’t approve of” has officially joined the Order of Paul Cameron, meaning that any official or activist who cites him as an … Continue reading

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Where was homeland security?

Apparently during the night, New Jersey, despite sharing no common border with us, has somehow managed to annex Virginia. How else to explain the sky-is-falling silliness emanating from the pro-Marshall/Newman crowd? Here’s a little quiz: Is there a risk that … Continue reading

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Family values “provocative” and “disappointing”

Focus on the Family is having a conniption fit about remarks made by Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, acknowledging and welcoming family members of newly sworn in Ambassador Mark Dybul. From the transcript Remarks at the Swearing-in Ceremony of the … Continue reading

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Excuse us, AGI? Your slip is showing.

Those working to pass the Marshall/Newman so-called “marriage amendment” need very much for the general public to believe two things about their campaign: One, that its underlying arguments are secular, and two, that their motivation is not anti-gay animus and … Continue reading

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What birds flock where

Barbara Curtis contacted one of our board members after this letter was published. She wants us to know that she was not referring to our community in her column. Loudoun Times-Mirror July 7, 2005 By David Weintraub, Equality Loudoun, Lovettsville … Continue reading

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