here's a link to Keyes' positions. just a couple quotes, which will give a bit of the flavor of his approach:
"The idea of the 'pursuit of happiness' in our great Declaration presupposes the right of property,"
"The harlot uses or abuses human sexual formation for pleasure only, making that the objective of everything. It is that understanding of human sexual relations that I think we ought to know is now at the bottom of the assault that is taking place on the traditional family. We are in a debate right now over what marriage will be, and some folks want us to accept an understanding of the marriage relationship in which that sexual relationship is defined as being between two people who have no possibility, in principle, of ever producing a child. And that means that the whole connection between human sexuality and God's plan of procreation is destroyed if we embrace this understanding of human sexuality."
"The effort to equate homosexual and lesbian relations with legal marriage represents a destructive assault on the heterosexual, marriage-based family."
"We think economics is about money. No, it's not. If you really understood it, you'd realize money is not economics. It's about whether or not you have sustained the strength and integrity of your household, of your family relations, of all the strengths that can come when that network works the way it's supposed to."
"If the Declaration of Independence states our creed, then there can be no right to abortion, since it means denying the most fundamental right of all to human offspring in the womb."
"Roe v. Wade was the most obscenely illogical and shoddily-written Supreme Court decision perhaps in the whole history of our country. There was a perverse illogic to it that ought to, even to this day, warn us against the possibility that it has any real ground or foundation in our law or the Constitution.
"In addition to overturning Roe v. Wade, we need a Human Life Amendment that respects life and restores our respect for the will of God.
"As for the so-called 'right to suicide' and related practices such as euthanasia: whatever emotional arguments we make on their behalf, they represent a violation of the principles of the Declaration of Independence."