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By returning to Christian roots, the nation can achieve greatness once again
Topic - Peter Sprigg
Christians who malign, oppress or harm gays and lesbians are misreading their Bibles and denying the message and purpose of Jesus Christ, say leaders of a new website that aims to become a gathering place for gay-affirming believers.
The Obama administration Tuesday issued the first-ever U.S. strategy to address foreign nations' human-rights violations against gays, directing all U.S. government agencies to protect them from abuses.
Perez Hilton, best known for publishing a celebrity gossip blog, has signed a book deal. But the target audience for his forthcoming book is not the millions hooked on his signature snarky comments photoshopped on pictures of the rich and famous; instead, his book is aimed at children.
"Religious liberty is a fundamental right under the Constitution," Sprigg said in statement. "And state action which would substantially burden the free exercise of religion should have to be justified by a compelling government interest."
"There is no 'right' to donate blood," said Mr. Sprigg. "Social justice requires that only the needs of potential blood recipients be considered at all."