Monthly Archives: February 2011

Evangelicals, Catholics and Mormons for Gay Rights

During the 2008 election year, one of the biggest political fights in the California state ballot was on Proposition 8, a proposition against gay marriage. Sadly, the proposition passed. One of the keys to the passage of Proposition 8 was … Continue reading

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Debating the Tea Party on the Constitution

Over the past two years, the Tea Party has dominated the political discourse in American politics. In spite of my disagreements with them, I have a grudging respect for the way the Tea Party activists have become passionately involved in … Continue reading

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Churches and Houses of Worship Against Homophobia

A few months ago I had written a post on religious people who have spoken in youtube against homophobia. Since then, I have found in youtube various houses of worship who have collectively taken a stand against bullying against LGBT … Continue reading

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The Work of the American Friends Service Committee

I’ve always admired the Quakers. Over the years, I’ve read about how this group is always in the forefront of social issues in the last 200 years of American history: they were in the forefront of the abolitonist movement, the … Continue reading

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