Today, James Dobson told Focus on the Family’s 950 employees that he wasHe's a hater. But at least he's lost that platform.
stepping down is chairman of the organization he founded more than three decades
ago. The move is part of “a succession plan” to relinquish control over the
group. Dobson will, however, “continue to host Focus on the Family’s flagship
radio program, write a monthly newsletter and speak out on moral issues.” The
group has been suffering from financial troubles after spending $600,000 to
defeat marriage equality in California, recently laying off approximately 150