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

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