Fred Karger

Come up with a new and welcoming policy for LGBT Mormons and present it at your General Conference in Salt Lake City next weekend.
The New York Times called North Carolina a "pioneer in bigotry." Governors and mayors across the nation are banning travel to the state, film studios are threating to pull or stop production and lots of big stars and bands have canceled concerts.
I returned home to Los Angeles exactly six years ago this month to prepare for a February exploratory trip to Washington, DC, New York and then a week in New Hampshire to "test the waters" for a possible run.
Recently, the Maine Ethics Commission voted unanimously to fine the National Organization for Marriage (NOM) a record $50,250.
As the film, "Fred," makes clear, Republicans were not always welcoming to Karger, despite his background as an adviser on
The main reason for writing you today was to let you know just how poorly served you were at last week's deposition of me by your star attorney, NOM Chairman, John Eastman.
The presentations by NOM’s Brian Brown were apparently very effective. Five days later, the Duma passed a ban on the adoption
The Mormon Church has a large presence in Hawaii. The Church-owned Brigham Young University -- Hawaii (BYUH) and the Polynesian Culture Center are there, along with enormous real estate holdings and thousands of Church members.
Every public opinion poll now shows marriage equality enjoying well over 50 percent and gaining every day. Seems like the limb that Maggie Gallagher has been standing on is about to break.
The Republican Party used to be the party of civil rights. This is the GOP that we long for, a party that welcomes everyone, grows the economy, balances the budget, leads on civil rights and provides for those who are not able to care for themselves.
Imagine my surprise when for the first time in 14 years the Mormon Church appears to have sat out the five anti-gay marriage elections this year.
The LGBT community and everyone who cares about fairness and equality face four crucial votes next Tuesday in Maryland, Maine, Minnesota and Washington State. All four elections are the doing of the National Organization for Marriage (NOM).
After much consideration and discussion, Rights Equal Rights has decided to declare a global boycott of Amway and its parent Alticor.
We must stop this Religion-based bigotry. I once again appeal to you as the President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon Church) to sit down face to face and find common ground.
"Do you know you cant[sic] procreate right? Well thank goodness for that," she wrote, according to Yahoo's Chris Moody. She
WASHINGTON -- Fred Karger, an openly gay Republican presidential candidate, has won the first round of the discrimination
While Karger looks every bit the presidential candidate, with horn-rimmed glassesand that infectious smile, he's not exactly Mitt Romney. For starters, he's never held public office. He's also an out gay man.
I have found that the National Organization for Marriage did not report an additional $345,400 to Proposition 8 -- including $10,000 from Mitt Romney.
Karger has used his trademarked "Fred Who?" frisbee in ads before -- one of his first spots, "Demon Frisbee," gently spoofed
And if you follow the race closely, you're going to run up on a glut of polls and polling data from now until we all have