Monthly Archives: May 2014

Tokenism and Cultural Incompetence: The Defects of the Republican Party

Recently, U.S. Senator Rand Paul met with a group of Black pastors in Memphis, TN. One of several attempts he’s made in the past year to reach out to Black voters, a demographic too-long-ignored by the GOP. However, as a … Continue reading

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Civil Unions: A Distortion of God’s Family Design

“Civil unions are defined as a “civil partnership” or “registered partnership” that is legally recognized by government as ‘similar to marriage” Homosexuals and Lesbians are not only pushing for marriage redefinition, but also to be recognized, alternatively, as a “civil … Continue reading

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Christian Post: 100 Black Pastors Denounce Gay Rights-Civil Rights Comparison; Join Legal Fight for Michigan’s Marriage Amendment

A group of about 100 African American pastors in Michigan have denounced the comparison being made between civil rights and “gays rights.” Holding a press conference Wednesday morning in Detroit, the group stated their intention of helping to defend Michigan’s … Continue reading

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The Fight Is On –The Thomas More Law Center Files Brief Supporting Traditional Marriage on Behalf of Black Pastor Coalition!

Yesterday, with the battle cry “the fight is on,” a coalition of over 100 Black pastors from Detroit, OutstateMichigan, and Ohio representing several hundred additional pastors,celebrated the amicus brief which was filed by the Thomas More Law Center (TMLC) on … Continue reading

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100 Black Detroit Pastors to Hold Press Conference Denouncing Comparison of Gay Rights to Civil Rights

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Minister Stacy Swimp Office: 313.887.0942 Email: swimpstacy@gmail.com Detroit, Michigan, May 12, 2014 |Christian News Service| — On March 21, 2014, Judge Bernard Friedman of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan overturned and … Continue reading

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