What exactly does this apology mean? To what extent is Jensen empowered to apologize for the church's power structure? Will additional, more explicit, more comprehensive apologies be forthcoming?
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Two more states are considering investigations of the National Organization for Marriage for improper reporting of campaign contributions and money laundering,
The Mormon Church has been destroying lives, intimidating people and demonizing an entire class to solidify their base and raise millions and millions of dollars.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon Church) finally turned in a very late Major Donor campaign report on its Prop 8 spending to th...
The Mormon church has revealed in a campaign filing that the church spent nearly $190,000 to help pass Proposition 8, the November ballot measure that...
Up until Election Day, the Mormon Church had only filed one non-monetary contribution, and that was reported just 4 days before the election for a mere $2,078.97.
UPDATE: Here is the complete list of "Yes On Prop 8" donors.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- A federal judge has denied a request to keep the names of donors...
The fact is, not one but three different factions want to get polygamy legalized. Each is basing its claim to religious freedom on its sacred book.
Marriage is not an easy union, regardless of genitalia. Fifty percent end abysmally. This begs the question: why do the Mormons want to keep gays out of it?
I'm a little scared of the anti-Mormon fervor that I'm seeing in the gay community. Tonight's protest will just confirm the Mormons' fears about us and will certainly be portrayed negatively in the media.
True or False:
1) We should eliminate civil rights through popular vote, as long as a very narrow majority of voters agree.
2) Special interests and ...
Americans, regardless of their sexual orientation, should be moved to name the behavior of these institutions for what it is -- and question their tax-exempt status.
While we rightfully celebrate the election of our first African American president, let us take a moment to mourn the passage of three new laws legalizing prejudice.
Civil rights are not won in the war zone of national elections or State referenda but, rather, in a series of small but important evolutionary steps.
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