Christian Conservatives Confront the Anti-Christ in Newport Beach

[Moxley Confidential] Surprise, surprise! Old, white Republicans battle abortion, gays, Boy Scouts and Barack Obama's 'evil'

As evidence, Sheldon said that Andrew Sullivan—a man he calls the "homosexual editor of The New Republic," though Sullivan stopped working there 17 years ago—"made it very clear" that gays don't really want marriage or domestic partnerships, but rather "to deconstruct the heterosexual ethic."

What to do?

"If we don't come to the clear realization that if we don't take a clear, activist stance, then they are just simply going to push us around until we come back with rationale and energy," explained Sheldon, who called California's 1976 decision to decriminalize sodomy the regretful beginning of a slippery slope in which straight people "give an inch" and gays "take a mile."

Jensen: The angriest little Boy Scout
Jack Gould
Jensen: The angriest little Boy Scout
Sheldon (left) and Spitzer: Men of the cloth
Jack Gould
Sheldon (left) and Spitzer: Men of the cloth


The motivation to be "the restraining force" against additional gay assimilation into mainstream American society is, Sheldon said, noble because every human is naturally heterosexual. He also declared that same-sex preference is an "environmental" creation worthy of discrimination and a condition that can be corrected by reparative therapy. He guaranteed, "You can come out of it."

Jann Dunlap, Bill's wife who doesn't hate the government so much that she'll refuse to grab taxpayer funds to preach her Biblical views on sex, gave concluding remarks at the conference. She argued that Planned Parenthood's espousal of "safe abortions" is a lie, and she urged people to not buy Pepsi products because the company supposedly supports abortion rights. She claimed abortion clinics in California "have no regulations [and] no restrictions on timing," while churches must comply with an oppressive list of government rules.

"It's disheartening sometimes," she moaned. "There are days I don't even want to get out of bed because this fight is so hard."

Dunlap explained that education is the key for getting the government to make law out of scripture. She then congratulated politicians in Alabama, one of the most uneducated populaces in the nation, for trying to ban abortion in every instance, including when pregnancy resulted from a rape. Alas, she advised, it's ultimately okay if Christians fail to get California to follow Alabama's righteous lead.

Dunlap said confidently, "We do have our treasures in heaven."

[1] In the original article, we reported that Paul Jensen said "straight sex" is in danger of surviving because of homosexuals. Jensen never said "straight sex." We regret the error. In addition, Jensen also claims that we misinterpreted his speech to make him out to be a nasty homophobe. As we showed in our story, Jensen made clear numerous times in his speech that in a culture with increasing acceptance of homosexuals, he fears young, "morally straight [and] clean" Scouts will be influenced, if not sexually corrupted, by future predatory, gay, adult Scout leaders--hence, his opposition to gay Scouts or Scouts leaders. Readers can make up their own mind by watching Jensen's speech at

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sweetliberty17761776 topcommenter

"overwhelmingly" Caucasians 




AND lets not forget the Black churches led the way for the prop8 defeat 








      USA - from Puritans to Impure-itans

     Is there a connection between beautiful New England and entire American cities turned into smoking rubble? There is.
     Take same-sex marriage. I would have guessed that a "sin" city (San Francisco? Las Vegas?) would have been the first to legalize it.
     Oddly it's been the place where America started that's wanted to be the first place to help bring about the end of America and its values! It's been a Nor'easter of Perversion (helping to fulfill the end time "days of Lot" predicted in Luke 17) that began in (you guessed it) Boston in 2004.
     New England has gone from the Mayflower Compact to the Gay Power Impact, from Providence to decadence, from Bible thumpers to God dumpers, from university to diversity to perversity, and from the land of the Great Awakening to God's Future Shakening that will make the Boston bombings look like Walden Pond ripples by comparison!
     The same Nor'easter has been spreading south and as far west as Washington State where, after swelling up with pride, Mt. Rainier may wish to celebrate shame-sex marriage by having a blast that Seaddlepated folks can share in lava-land!
     The same Luke 17 prediction is tied to the Book of Revelation which speaks of the cities that God will flatten because of same-sexism - including American cities - a scenario I'll have to accept since I can't create my own universe and decree rules for it.
     I've just been analyzing the world's terminal "religion" that has its "god," its accessories, its "rites," and even a flag. It's an obsession that the infected converts are willing to live for, fight for - and even die for!       
     Want more facts? Google "God to Same-Sexers: Hurry Up," "Government-Approved Illegals," "FOR GAYS ONLY: Jesus predicted" and "The Background Obama Can't Cover Up."


It is only a matter  of time before Jensen and Dana Rorbacher get caught in a gay sex sting in a local park by the vice squad. He has "Closeted Homo" written all over himself. 


I attended St. James for a number of years in the 80s and 90s. Bill and Jann Dunlap are nice people, so it's very saddening to see them mixed up in such a pathetic gathering of conservative relicts.

I now live in Washington state, where gay marriage has been a reality for some months now. It's not the end of the world (or the "homopocalypse," as one local gay wag terms it); it's just ordinary life.

The biggest irony of all is that St. James "Anglican," which wrested its property away from the Episcopal Church, received its 3rd adverse court ruling a month ago and may soon have to vacate. If so, then events like "God and Governance" will also have to find a new home. I would love to see a lead article in the OC Weekly dealing with the (so far) 9-year arc of this parish's losing gamble. Any takers? Gustavo? Scott? Aw, c'mon!


How can you even sit through this meeting?? What a horrible group.

JGlanton topcommenter

That's rich, An infantile article with an infantile wise-crack headline and an infantile wisecrack picture caption, ridiculing it's target about making an infantile wisecrack.  As always, holding the journalism standards of the OCWeekly somewhere between a city college flyer and The DailyKOS. 

Brainwashed_in_church topcommenter

I asked my pastor what my opinion should be and how I should feel about this. He told me my opinion should be that it is shameful for Americans to propagate obscene and poisonous messages. So, therefore, that is my opinion: Americans should not propagate obscene and poisonous messages.

Mitchell_Young topcommenter

@davidunderwood What'll be funny is the 'Episcopalian' congregation of 7 old Lesbians (2 couples and a trio) and an effeminate man trying to drag in enough in Sunday collections to maintain the place.

Traditional Anglicans will be around long into the future, when Ph.D dissertations will be written trying to understand how such a proud religious tradition (see 'The Bishop's Wife' starring Loretta Young and David Niven, for example), chose to commit demographic suicide.


@JGlanton nobody sits in a bar because they don't like it. You like it enough to read the paper.

GustavoArellano moderator editortopcommenter

@JGlanton Wow, you prove yourself stupider and stupider with every comment...congrats!


@JGlanton This article is merely treating with derision those people who deserve to be derided. If you can't see the difference between making disparaging comments against gay people (on the one hand) and making disparaging comments about bigots (on the other hand), then that says a lot more about you than the standards of the OCWeekly.


@Mitchel_Young @GustavoArellano @City_Data_Forum

Vermont? VERMONT?? BWAHAHAHAHAHA!That backwards cowstate has little to no influence on any part of this coutnry. I'm not worried in the least. 


My point should be quite clear, which is that the obviously quite elderly, quite white representative audience for this idiotic display of bigotry will indeed by dead in 15 years, whereas I and my son and his generation will indeed be alive. . The fact of the matter is that the people in that audience clearly represent the minority opinion in this country, and when they die, their bigotry will die with them, as will yours, when you die.



My point should be quite clear: that the very senior citizens who support this type of backward thinking will be gone from this earth. They already represent the minority in public opinion polls. In the meantime, I and and my son and all the other members of his generation who do not support this type of thinking will still be alive. I can't speak for you, of course.