Alan Keyes

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Alan Keyes is a former Ambassador to the United Nations and conservative speaker.[1] During the Reagan Administration, Keyes was appointed the Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs and played a key role in authoring the influential Mexico City Policy banning overseas abortion funding that continues today.[2] Keyes is the founder of the conservative newsgroup, RenewAmerica, and in 2002 hosted MSNBC's 'Alan Keyes is Making Sense.'[3] He ran against Barack Obama in 2004 for the U.S. Senate, and courageously opposed Obama's support for infanticide. See Obama born alive controversy.

You can follow him online at LoyalToLiberty.com.

References[edit]

  1. "Ambassador Alan Keyes." Ambassador Speakers Bureau.
  2. Keyes, Alan (2007, September 17). "Values Voter Presidential Debate." Renew America.
  3. "About RenewAmerica." RenewAmerica.