From the Family Research Council.
“The House leadership may have painted itself into a rainbow corner on one of the most volatile political issues of the term–the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA). After some heated bickering over whether or not to include the transgender community in the bill as a “protected class,” Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.) ultimately submitted the current proposal, H.R. 3685, without the cross-dresser provision. His effort to soften the legislation could cost the party crucial votes from liberals who feel the leadership should go “all or nothing” on ENDA. Unsure that she could shore up the necessary support in time, www.frc.org and order a copy of our latest publication, Homosexuality Is Not a Civil Right, which explains how homosexual activists are camouflaging their demand for special treatment as an appeal for “equal rights.” While you’re waiting for your pamphlets to arrive, pick up the phone and call your House members. Urge them to oppose any bill that forces employers to abandon their personal beliefs and creates special employment protections for people based upon their sexual behavior. “(D-Calif.) succeeded in postponing the vote until this month. Yesterday, FRC learned that ENDA is likely to be brought up next week. Fortunately, the delay has given us an opportunity to educate and mobilize more Americans about ENDA’s real purpose–suppressing religious freedom. For more on that, we encourage you to log on to