Essay:Our beliefs

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Narrowly-held beliefs related to Christianity

We believe in the following things or ideas which the majority of mainstream Christians do not believe in, and actively encourage them and discourage their opposites:

Narrowly-held beliefs not related to Christianity

We believe in the following things or ideas which the majority of mainstream Americans do not believe in, and actively encourage them and discourage their opposites:

Controversial beliefs

We believe in the following controversial things or ideas which many people do not believe in, and actively encourage them and discourage their opposites:

Opposed controversial beliefs

We oppose the following controversial things or ideas which many people believe in, and actively discourage them and encourage their opposites:

Narrowly-opposed beliefs

We believe that the following things or ideas which many people believe in are bad, and actively discourage them and encourage their opposites:

Serial killer John Wayne Gacy was a Democratic Party activist who had his picture taken with First Lady Rosalynn Carter in 1978. In an interview where he denied killing any of his victims, John Gacy said he was bisexual and "very liberal".[3]

References

  1. The Warren Court, led by liberal Justices William O. Douglas, Hugo Black, Abe Fortas, William Brennan and Chief Justice Earl Warren issued 36 decisions granting First Amendment rights to obscenity and pornography. These decisions remain fully supported by liberals today.
  2. Democrats Aim To Kill Abstinence-Only Program Funding, Fox News, Monday, June 25, 2007
  3. http://s151.photobucket.com/albums/s151/candypop_02/Serial%20Killers/John%20Wayne%20Gacy/?action=view&current=SERIAL_KILLER_John_Wayne_Gacy_In-1.mp4
  4. Greenpeace, for example.
  5. Dupes by Bruce S. Thornton, City Journal - 5 June 2009
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