I was recently asked at a conference about how our nation got to where we are – where abortion, homosexuality, and “same-sex” marriage are common-place, and opposing them is considered invidious discrimination. This led me to remember an article I wrote several years ago describing how the U.S. Supreme Court’s horrible decisions (Everson, Griswold, Roe v. Wade, Lawrence, and now Obergefell) pushed our culture down an evil path. Check out How Much Time Does the U.S. Have? to understand the implications of bad Supreme Court decisions.
Of course, the Supreme Court cannot completely dictate the culture, and so other cultural strategies had to be taken. Our culture did not simply naturally evolve towards “same-sex” marriage – it was pushed in that direction by homosexual activists engaged in a concerted strategy. Information about that strategy, and the guidebook for it, After the Ball, was published by Dr. Albert Mohler, President of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in After the Ball–Why the Homosexual Movement Has Won.
But we can’t give up. We need to pass the Conscience Protection Act and the First Amendment Defense Act, and continue fighting back. Here at Freedom of Conscience Defense Fund we will never give up. I stood up after everybody else gave up on the Mt. Soledad Cross in San Diego, and now, I can proudly say that after 27 years of fighting, it is here to stay for good. I need you to stand up with me, and together we will make sure that traditional marriage is here to stay for good.