Tag Archives: Chuck Colson

Taxpayer funded politicking

On December 23, 2009, Chuck Colson obliged Senator Jeff Sessions and gave the keynote speech at the “12:23 Men of Mobile Bay Christmas Gathering.” His topic was the Manhattan Declaration. Two thousand representatives of 30 religious groups applauded Colson as … Continue reading

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You Can’t Fool Mother Nature – So Why Even Try?

Finally, the anti-gay industry admits that we are family – not scare quotes “family” – real family. Here is a quote from a recent Chuck Colson commentary on assisted reproduction. The biggest irony of all, of course, is that a … Continue reading

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Can of Worms

Prison Fellowship Ministries, run by Watergate “hatchet man” Chuck Colson, is based in Loudoun County and receives a huge tax exemption from our county government. They publish a blog and a daily newsletter, and when these contain particularly funny anti-gay … Continue reading

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Unbelievable

This gem, from Chuck Colson, director of the misnamed Loudoun-based Prison Fellowship Ministries, is from another breathless email about the Matthew Shepard Act. For the bill’s supporters, it is not enough to walk down the street in complete safety. (link) … Continue reading

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Did they run out of prisoners?

Prison Fellowship Ministries is a non-profit run by the reformed Watergate “hatchet man” Chuck Colson, and is based here in Loudoun County. As one might expect from the name, their mission is ministering to prisoners. Prison Fellowship partners with local … Continue reading

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Chuck Colson has an agenda

Chuck Colson’s admiration of Rontrell Matthews’ work ethic is right on. Last summer, Rontrell Matthews walked into Capers Preparatory Christian Academy in a poor rural community with terrible public schools. Rontrell held out a check for $32.86 – his first … Continue reading

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