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Peter LaBarbera

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'''Peter LaBarbera''' is the founder of [[Americans For Truth]] (AFT) which is , a national organization devoted solely to confronting the [[homosexual agenda|homosexual activist agenda]].<refname="aft"></ref>
Peter LaBarbera said the following regarding the need for the organization Americans for Truth:
{{cquote|[[Homosexuality|Homosexual]], [[bisexuality|bisexual]], and [[transsexual]] groups spend tens of millions of dollars every year to market and normalize their aberrant lifestyles, yet after all these years there is not a single, serious national group dedicated specifically to exposing and countering their agendas...
It’s time for [[United States|Americans]] to unapologetically resist the demands of this lobby, and to counter the lies upon which it is built-the foremost being that certain people are inherently or ‘born’ homosexual and that this is a [[civil rights]] issue.<ref></ref>}}
Peter LaBarbera has debated the leading homosexual advocates while appearing on hundreds of TV and radio news programs, including FOX’s [[FOX]]’s Hannity and Colmes, CNN’s “The [[CNN]]’s ''The Larry King Show” Show'' and CNN’s “Crossfire''Crossfire,'' [[C-SPAN’s “Washington SPAN]]’s ''Washington Journal,'' [[National Public Radio’s “All Radio]]’s ''All Things Considered,'' and [[Bill O’Reilly’s O’Reilly]] and [[Alan Colmes’ Colmes]]’ nationally syndicated radio programs.<ref>http:name="aft" //</ref> In addition, Peter LaBarbera has 's views on homosexuality have been quoted on homosexuality related issues in newspapers across the nationUnited States, including [[The New York Times]], [[Washington Post]], [[Chicago Tribune]], [[Wall Street Journal]], [[Washington Times]], [[Chicago Sun-Times]], [[Los Angeles Times]], [[Boston Globe]], as well as by [[ Associated Press ]] and [[Reuters]].<ref>http:name="aft" //</ref>
Peter LaBarbera was also is a former reporter for the [[Washington Times]] and was formerely an executive director of [[Accuracy in Academia]] which is , a group based in [[Washington, D.C. based group ]] that monitors bias in higher education.<ref></ref>
==External Links==
* [ Americans for Truth]
== References ==
[[Category:Homosexual Agenda]]
[[Category:Homosexuality and Religious Liberty]]
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