DADT Revisited: Gay Rights Criticisms Explored

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_1z3_TlYfbQ[/youtube] A fresh breath of cynicism is sometimes useful, but not in relation to granting American’s their civil liberties. With that said, I strongly agree with the president’s state of the union address regarding DADT, but only with the understanding that there exists no timeline on promises made. Unlike many others, I didn’t expect the important gay rights issues to be served […]

A Brief History of Blacks, Marriage and Hypocrisy in the LDS

Black Mormons came to exist within two years of the founding of the Mormon Church by Joseph Smith in 1832. Elijah Able was the first black elder and Seventy Apostle or “traveling minister”. As a carpenter he contributed to the construction of the Temple in Utah, however he was denied his own Endowment in the […]