Paul Cameron questions VP Cheney at Salt Lake gathering

Here is my question: Is this news release referring to the same gathering that is reported on here? This Tribune article says about the gathering: “But for all the mystery, it was pretty mundane, according to those who were inside…” If indeed, this is the same gathering (same place, same time), then Paul Cameron didn’t … Continue reading “Paul Cameron questions VP Cheney at Salt Lake gathering”

SF Chronicle incorrectly links Focus and Cameron

In a curious reference to Paul Cameron, Ilene Lelchuk reported on gay adoptions in San Francisco yesterday. What is odd is her reference to Paul Cameron being the foundation for Focus on the Family’s policy on gay adoptions when she writes: Focus on the Family’s objection to same-sex parents is grounded in interpretation of biblical … Continue reading “SF Chronicle incorrectly links Focus and Cameron”

Paul Cameron: No super rights

Apparently believing the adage that bad publicity is better than no publicity, Paul Cameron excerpts his recent letter to me for a press release this morning. Titled, “Why Should Homosexuals Have Super Rights?”, Cameron begins the release by again reprising Rudolph Hoss: “Is it fair, is it just to give those who live parasitic lives … Continue reading “Paul Cameron: No super rights”

Only the gay die young? Part 9 – The Camerons disturbing views

I thought I was done talking about the Camerons. I was wrong. Jim Burroway at Box Turtle Bulletin has a post of interest both at his blog and at Exgaywatch about an article in the Family Research Institute’s (the Camerons’ non-profit) newsletter from 1999. Although old, it is a very disturbing article and due to … Continue reading “Only the gay die young? Part 9 – The Camerons disturbing views”

Only the gay die young? Part 7 – Paul and Kirk Cameron reply

As expected, Drs Cameron have replied to my critique of their study of gay life expectancy. They have made it neat and tidy by separately replying so click each name below to read their letters. Paul Cameron Kirk Cameron Paul Cameron’s letter came with my critique included so I have left this in the document … Continue reading “Only the gay die young? Part 7 – Paul and Kirk Cameron reply”

Only the gay die young? Part 5 – Morten Frisch responds to Kirk Cameron

Just after I posted my evaluation of Drs. Cameron’s gay life expectancy report, I received the following email from Morten Frisch which is a reply to Kirk Cameron’s letter in rebuttal to Dr. Frisch. Dear Dr. Throckmorton, As sadly anticipated, Drs. Paul and Kirk Cameron were not objective when writing their report ’Federal Distortion of … Continue reading “Only the gay die young? Part 5 – Morten Frisch responds to Kirk Cameron”

Only the gay die young? Part 4 – Brief evaluation of Cameron & Cameron (2007)

As promised, I am posting my letter of response to emails sent by Paul and Kirk Cameron. The Camerons objected to my blog comments and those of Dr. Morten Frisch about their recent poster session at the Eastern Psychological Association convention in March. Due to length (6 pages), I am posting a link to the … Continue reading “Only the gay die young? Part 4 – Brief evaluation of Cameron & Cameron (2007)”

Only the gay die young? Part 3 – Kirk Cameron responds to Morten Frisch

In an email received Friday, Paul Cameron’s son, Kirk, responded to the post here on this blog from Danish epidemiologist Morten Frisch. It is a 4 page response in a Word document which is why I will link to it instead of reproduce it in this post. Thanks to Dr. Cameron for permission to post. … Continue reading “Only the gay die young? Part 3 – Kirk Cameron responds to Morten Frisch”

Only the gay die young? Part 2 – Danish epidemiologist reviews the Cameron study

Yesterday, I posted a letter from the EPA president, Phil Hineline, and then a response from Paul Cameron regarding a March presentation by Paul and Kirk Cameron purporting to show that homosexuals comprise a smaller than assumed percentage of the population because older gays are not included in prevalence estimates. Further, the Camerons assert that … Continue reading “Only the gay die young? Part 2 – Danish epidemiologist reviews the Cameron study”

David Barton Features Anti-Vax Speaker at Legislators Conference

Yesteday, I wrote about David Barton’s pitch to Republican lawmakers to avoid low income, young, and uneducated people in voter registration efforts.  Today, I want to point out that Barton promoted anti-vaccine ideology to the assembled legislators by having Theresa Deisher as a featured speaker for the event. Deisher has a PhD in microbiology from … Continue reading “David Barton Features Anti-Vax Speaker at Legislators Conference”