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Thursday, May 28, 2015

A step closer to banning religion

The government likely will use gay rights to force its religion upon actual religions, Life Site News reported.

If true, it  is in keeping with the incrementalism of lefty politics.
 A source within the federal government has informed the Friday Fax that the White House is quietly moving forward with a policy change that will require charitable humanitarian groups to accept LGBT applicants in order to qualify for government funding, even those religious groups that might have religious objections.
The policy change is linked to an executive order President Obama issued last July that prohibits federal contractors from discriminatory hiring practices based on sexual orientation and gender identity. Faith-based groups were already wrestling with that order.
Things are about to get exponentially worse for faith-based groups who perform humanitarian tasks and receive not contracts but financial grants for doing so.
Though the executive order last summer was specifically related to federal procurement and contracts, it did not touch grant recipients that substantially outnumber contract recipients.
We shall see.


  1. Will this affect the local Mosque?

    1. Of course not! (But you know that.)

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