Scouts Delay Decision on Homosexuality

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Air Date: February 7, 2013

Host: Vic Eliason

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For many years Americans have witnessed attempts by the homosexual community to infiltrate various American institutions and thereby gain approval for their lifestyle in the court of public opinion.

Scouting has not gone unnoticed by the homosexual movement and in late January, the Boy Scouts announced that they were reconsidering their decision whether or not they should lift their ban on homosexual members/leaders. This was to be taken up by their national executive board. As they met this week, they indicated that they will prepare a resolution for the 1,400 voting members of the national council to consider at their annual meeting in Grapevine, Texas, in May of this year.

At the root is corporate funding that could be pulled from the scouts. Why? It’s because these corporations have non-discrimination policies as it pertains to homosexuals and pro-homosexual forces are pressuring these corporations to persuade the scouts into taking a similar stance or risk losing funding.

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Boy Scout Headquarters

Wayne Brock

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