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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-weekly columnist with Crisis Magazine.

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Even Little Girls Can be Cultural Marxists

Five teen girls want to join the Boy Scouts. Transsexuals want to serve openly in the military. Boys in dresses want to pee in the girl’s room. Men are now marrying each other. Those who oppose any of these are called haters and bigots. Cultural Marxists are everywhere.

A Boy Scout works on a canoe at camp Maple Dell on July 31, 2015 outside Payson, Utah. The Mormon Church is considering pulling out of its 102 year old relationship with the Boy Scouts after the Boy Scouts changed it's policy on allowing gay leaders in the organization. Over 99% of the Boy Scout troops in Utah are sponsored by the Mormon Church. (Photo by )

Boy Scouts Consider Girl Members

The Boy Scouts are allowed by Federal Title IX law to exclude girls from their ranks. How long that will last, no one knows but the pressure is on.

Boy Scout shoot bow and arrows at camp Maple Dell on July 31, 2015 outside Payson, Utah.

California Judges Allowed Back in to Boy Scouts, Had Been Kept Out Over Gay Ban

The recent decision allows judges to participate in Boy Scout troops that still discriminate but only if they discriminate on the basis of Church teachings. Though judges will be allowed to join discriminatory Church-based troops, they can do so only if “he is satfisfied the troop is an organization dedicated to the preservation of religious values of legitimate common interest to troop members.”

Protesters hold signs and a pride flag in front of the historic Mormon temple after many submitted their resignations from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in response to a recent change in church policy towards married LGBT same sex couples and their children on November 14, 2015 in Salt Lake City, Utah. A little over a week ago the Mormon church made a change in their official handbook of instructions requiring a disciplinary council and possible excommunication for same sex couples and banning the blessing and baptism of their children into the church.

New York Times Targets Mormons

The Mormon Church issued guidelines to local leaders making clear Church teaching on same-sex relationships and any children present in such a household. Though the Mormon Church has softened its public policy stance on gay issues, going so far as to endorse special protections for gays in employment, the Church has made clear that its core teachings have not changed.

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Meet the Townie Who Should be President of the University of Missouri

Because he is the only person on the whole campus who seems to know what to do in the present crisis, the only one who knows what to do with the Black Lives Matter crowd, the Board of Curators could do worse than to consider the townie with the gut and the white tee-shirt as the new president of the University of Missouri.


Meet the Black Lives Matter Radicals Fanning the Flames at Mizzou

A Breitbart News examination of Twitter accounts shows the presence in Columbia of two individuals from Black Lives Matter who fanned the flames in Ferguson, Baltimore, and Charleston, South Carolina. DeRay McKesson and Johnetta Elzie have tweeted their presence in Columbia and published photos of them meeting with Student Body President Payton Head.


Washington Post Columnist Goes after Breitbart Contributors over Missouri Reporting

Courtland Milloy took to his regular column in the Metro Section of the Washington Post this morning to attack two Breitbart contributors for their reporting on the ongoing racial meltdown at the University of Missouri. Milloy seemed incensed that Ben Shapiro and Lee Stranahan question the evidence of racism at MU and the motivation of the demonstrators.


Conservative Prof May Lose Tenure After LGBT Pressure

Professor Lopez became quite famous a few years ago after he “outed” himself as both bi-sexual and having been raised by lesbians. Writing in the academic online journal The Public Discourse three years ago, Lopez wrote his upbringing by two lesbians had been harmful to him and that he now opposed same-sex marriage. Despite appearing on a relatively small site, Lopez’s explosive essay has more than 9,000 Facebook shares. Lopez was marked by LGBT activists from that moment.

Janice Crouse, executive director of the World Congress of Families, and Stan Swim, chairman of the organization’s ninth conference.

LGBTs Riled by 3,000 Pro-Family Conservatives Meeting in Utah

Since it was announced last year that the Congress will meet for the first time on American soil, the LGBT elite have been working hard first to shut it down and then to sully it. According to a reporter with close ties to the LGBT world, the gay Human Rights Campaign has even set up a “war room” to monitor the event and to counter any arguments they find offensive.

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Romanian Doctor Warns Church About Cultural Marxism

Catholics have reason to be a bit embarrassed by the Synod of Bishops that is coughing and wheezing to a merciful finish this weekend. The meeting, meant to advise the Pope on family matters, has revealed deep divisions in the Church, divisions that are rarely held up for the whole world to see.

Rowan County clerk Kim Davis gives a statement about her intentions on applying her signature to same sex marriage licenses on her first day back to work, after being released from jail last week, at the Rowan County Courthouse September 14, 2015 in Morehead, Kentucky. Davis was jailed for disobeying a judges order for denying marriage licenses to gay couples on the basis of her religious faith. (Photo by

Kim Davis Lawyers Charge Associated Press With Placing Lives in Danger

In a blistering letter, signed by Liberty Counsel president Mathew Staver and delivered on Monday to Brian Barrett, AP’s Assistant General Counsel, the group charges an October 4 story is “defamatory and presents Liberty Counsel and me in a false light. The words and the way the article is written as a whole present a clear and unmistakable message to a reasonable person — Mat Staver and Liberty Counsel are liars and haters, and the organization is a ‘hate group.’ These assertions are very damaging and place lives in danger.” The Liberty Counsel provided the legal team for Kim Davis.

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Legal Scholars Urge Disobedience to Gay Marriage Ruling

More than sixty prominent legal scholars are out with a statement saying the Supreme Court’s Obergefell decision “cannot be taken to have settled the law of the land.” Therefore the scholars are calling upon federal and state office holders, along with regular citizens, to act as if the decision is invalid.