Former Domestic Policy Advisor for President Ronald Reagan reminds us in this column that the Occupy Wall Street crowds’ unease is not new. Yet, according to the polls, there have been even more, consistently deep concerns in the nation just under the surface in both good economic times and in bad for quite awhile. Average law abiding, hard working Americans are not marching in the street, yet, they have legitimate problems that they want addressed as well. Click here to read more
The lynchpin of the argument in favor of “gay rights” is the belief that people are born as homosexuals. This idea makes the agenda of homosexual activists easier to equate with equality and the civil rights movement. Otherwise, we are poised to grant special protections toward and revamp society on behalf merely upon one’s sexual desires. If this is the case, what behavior is next? The slippery slope argument becomes a serious concern. Additionally, the social pathologies, physical, emotional and spiritual risks of homosexuality matter much more if people choose a risky lifestyle. As with other risky choices, society then can say “no, please don’t, this is dangerous” something which infuriates those living out their same-sex impulses. Now a first of a kind long term study finds that change is possible. Click here to read more
Yesterday (October 13th), AFA of Indiana’ Director, Micah Clark was a guest on the Greg Garrison radio show which reaches most of central Indiana on WIBC, FM 93.1 and the state on Network Indiana stations.