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Report: Previous Obama Directive Led to Little Change

4 diversity items for June 28: Chuck Norris accuses Obama of pushing "pro-gay" agenda on Boy Scouts and more.


Report: Previous Obama Directive Led to Little Change

In the wake of the White House’s announcement that the federal government will no longer seek to deport certain young illegal immigrants, Propublica examined on Tuesday the results of the president’s last directive on immigration. A year ago, the administration ordered federal prosecutors and immigration agents to use greater discretion in the prosecution of illegal immigrants. So how many people benefited from that directive? Very few, Propublica found.
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Christian Group Backs Away From Promoting Gay “Cure”

The president of a Christian ministry that helps people repress same-sex attraction via prayer is distancing itself from the idea that they can permanently “cure” or change gay people’s sexual orientation, the Associated Press reported on Tuesday.

“I do not believe that cure is a word that is applicable to really any struggle, homosexuality included,” the group’s president told the AP.
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Gay Oreo Sparks Boycott

An advertisement featuring an Oreo cookie with rainbow-colored cream is kicking up a cyber-storm, the Christian Science Monitor reported Tuesday. Kraft, the company that makes Oreos, posted the photo, captioned “Proudly Support Love,” on its Facebook page on Monday. Controversy and talk of a boycott ensued.
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Chuck Norris: Obama Pushing Pro-Gay Agenda on Boy Scouts

Conservative actor Chuck Norris wrote an op-ed for the pro-ammunition website that slammed a high-profile member of the Boy Scouts of America’s governing board for his effort to change the group’s policy of excluding gay participants, the Huffington Post reported on Wednesday. Norris suggested that the official’s ties to “pro-gay” President Obama motivated his initiatives.
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