Article Documents Homosexual Movement Exists and is Well-Heeled
by Chad Groening
(AgapePress) – A recent article in USA Today has confirmed what pro-family groups have said for years there is a homosexual agenda, and it is well-funded.
The newspaper says that homosexual high-tech entrepreneurs are pumping millions of dollars into political causes. This wave of giving is the first major one outside the AIDS crisis, and is giving what is still a small minority huge political clout beyond its numbers. Ed Vitagliano, director of research for the American Family Association, calls the homosexual money clout “chilling.”
“The whole movement is directed toward changing our culture,” Vitagliano says. “It really does … strip away the facade that there is no 'gay agenda.' There is an agenda, and not only do they have every intention of fulfilling it, but they're going to fund it as well. And these recent revelations of millions of dollars being used for that purpose is quite chilling.”
Vitagliano says money is power in today's culture, and the homosexual movement has it. “Money allows you not only to get things done, which is what these contributors to homosexual groups are attempting to accomplish, but money also allows you to rub shoulders with power brokers,” he says.
“I think what we're going to see is that the more money these homosexual entrepreneurs are willing to donate to congressmen, to Hollywood stars … the more you're going to see them in the circles of power that make decisions.”
Vitagliano points out the USA Today article revealed that donations to homosexual groups this year have reached $100 million. He says that kind of money gains people access to the corridors of power. The article reveals that Democratic Senator Tom Daschle recently had lunch with David Bohnett, whose foundation last year gave about $2 million to the Human Rights Campaign the largest homosexual and lesbian rights organization in the U.S.
(This update courtesy of Agape Press.)
by Gary Bauer
Remember a few weeks ago when the U.S. Civil Rights Commission announced they had investigated the Florida election? They concluded that African-Americans had been disenfranchised and they got big publicity on the nightly news. The story was just one more variation of “Al Gore really won the election.”
Of course, the “fix was in.” Republicans (all two of them) on the Commission weren't shown the report. In order to get the data the Commission relied on for their provocative conclusions, the Republican commissioners were actually forced to file freedom of information requests.
Now, it has been revealed that the investigation was conducted by Alan Lichtman, a professor at American University, who was a consultant to Al Gore. Let's see if we have this straight: A commission, whose chairman donated to Al Gore, hired a professor who was a consultant to Al Gore, and they looked at the Florida election and concluded “Al Gore was cheated.”
I'm sure Dan Rather will explain all this on the evening news, but just in case he doesn't, I thought you would like to know.
(Mr. Bauer is founder and chairman of Campaign for Working Families.)