By Heather Clark
Christian News Network
As the U.S. Supreme Court weighs two important cases on homosexual marriage, scout leaders and parents of scouts have announced the formation of a coalition to keep the ban on open homosexuality in the Boy Scouts of America. The coalition converged in Orlando, Florida over the weekend, where 15 scoutmasters representing 13 states spoke to the media. “We don’t think sex and politics should be injected into Boy Scouts,” declared John Stemberger, a former scoutmaster who now works as an attorney. “This change is not needed; it doesn’t change any existing problems and could cause even more problems.” Others present warned that if the Boy Scouts of America changes its policy on open homosexuals, then it can expect to see a lot of parents pulling their sons out out of the organization, as well as leaders resigning in a mass exodus. Click here to continue reading.