Austin Ruse

Austin Ruse

Austin Ruse is president of C-Fam (Center for Family & Human Rights), a New York and Washington DC-based research institute in Special Consultative Status with the UN Economic and Social Council. He is also a bi-weekliy columnist with Crisis Magazine.

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Powerful Leftist Group Sues to Close Jewish Counseling Service for Gays

The stakes couldn’t be higher for Arthur Goldberg and JONAH. They could be on the hook for an amount of money they can never pay off, and in that way, SPLC has already won simply by bringing the suit. The prospect of lengthy and very expensive litigation is enough to scare some out of the practice altogether.

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Gay Marriage: One Study Falls as Another Stands

Gay marriage advocates, including activists, academics, and the media, have been hot to discredit University of Texas social scientist Mark Regnerus ever since his 2012 groundbreaking analysis on the life success of children raised by same-sex couples.

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Landslide Win for Same-Sex Marriage in Ireland

To the very end, opponents of same-sex marriage in Ireland held out hope. Yesterday they were reporting high numbers of immigrant Africans and Muslims standing in line at polling stations and hoped they would balance out the hordes of young people who were expected to make Ireland the first country in the world to vote for same-sex marriage.

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Boy Scouts President Calls for Openly Homosexual Scout Leaders

Federal Courts repeatedly upheld the right of private voluntary organizations like the Boy Scouts to deny membership to openly homosexual members. Under pressure from corporate donors, the media, and some in government, the Boy Scouts bowed to pressure and changed its policy on membership.

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Not All Dead Babies Are Equal to Washington Post

Going back to the year 2011, the Alan Guttmacher Institute reported the number of women who became pregnant in the District of Columbia was 16,400. But there were only 9,348 live births that year. The discrepancy is explained by abortion.

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10,000 Blacks, Hispanics Dare Supreme Court to Redefine Marriage

More than 10,000 sign-waving, hooting, and hollering true believers gathered on the National Mall this afternoon, and they had a message for the Supreme Court less than a mile away up Capitol Hill: the Court does not have the authority to redefine marriage, and the nine Justices dare not try.

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