Sunday, May 17, 2015

This week on FOT: More with “Making Gay Okay” author Robert Reilly and a new movie review

This week we will continue our interview with Robert R. Reilly, author of “Making Gay Okay” published by Ignatius Press. The book answers some of today’s most perplexing problems such as why gay-marriage – something that was unheard of 15 years ago – is becoming so widely accepted, and where the gay-rights movement came from and how it so easily captured the public.  

Mr. Reilly was senior advisor for Information Strategy for the U. S. Secretary of Defense (2002-2006), has taught at the National Defense University, and has served as a special assistant to the President of the United States (1983-1985). Our interview was a little over 30 minutes; the first half was broadcast last week and the final portion will be aired this Tuesday.
Following the interview, our research associate and movie reviewer Stephanie Crowley will give us her opinion of another movie.
And don’t forget, next week we will continue our new series looking at the presidential candidates’ stands on religious liberty. Next week we will take a look at former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (D) and see how religious liberties might fare in a (second) Clinton administration. We will follow with similar profiles on each of the declared candidates every second and forth Tuesday.
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