Monthly Archives: May 2013

Letter to BSA

The Boy Scouts of America is scheduled to vote later this month on its proposed nondiscrimination policy on sexual orientation for its youth. I was asked by a BSA official to provide some thoughts on the subject in a letter and here are some of those thoughts. I wrote,

Sutherland Institute is sure of a few facts and consequences, if the policy is approved.

First, BSA is not being challenged legally on this issue… In other words, this debate, as much as it has been unnecessarily contentious, is a self-inflicted wound for BSA. read more

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Most Trusted American

Who is the most trusted person in your life? And why is that person your most trusted person? What triggers these questions is a recent Readers Digest poll surveying subscribers about their most trusted American. Those subscribers told Readers Digest that their most trusted American is actor Tom Hanks. In fact, the top four most trusted Americans are actors: Tom Hanks, Sandra Bullock, Denzel Washington and Meryl Streep.

There’s a lot we could talk about here but let’s just focus on a couple of things. read more

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Boy Scouts, Gays and the Mormon Church

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