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Father, I Ask For More Tingling

Is this the kind of aid Pat Robertson’s Operation Blessing is offering in Haiti? Food and…faith healing? (h/t Right Wing Watch) This reminds me of

January 15, 2010 Blog
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NPR Has Amazing Radio Segment On Evangelical Role Promoting Anti-Gay Fervor In Uganda

National Public Radio has terrific story on the role social conservatives have played in exporting anti-gay extremism in Uganda. According to NPR: Jim Naughton, a

January 15, 2010 Blog, Press Release
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Sarah Palin Is Dumb As Rocks; Glenn Beck Appears Smart By Comparison

Poor Sarah Palin. First, Katie Couric asked the tough and “biased” question during the campaign” “What newspapers do you read.” Palin had no answer. This

January 15, 2010 Blog
Comments Off on Homophobic Rally In Iowa Against Marraige Equality

Homophobic Rally In Iowa Against Marraige Equality

Anti-gay Iowans demand tyranny of the majority at a rally calling for the right to vote away the rights of a minority. Pathetic

January 15, 2010 Blog
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Propaganda 8 And The Supreme Court; Plus key Trial Stories

It is clear that Prop. 8 really stands for “Propaganda 8″. The trial has so far shown that our opponents did not really beat us.

January 15, 2010 Blog
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Gay Conservatives Are Winning The Battles of the 1970’s!

The other day, I wrote a piece about Liberty Law’s withdrawal as a co-sponsor of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), due to the fact

January 14, 2010 Blog
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Albert Mohler and Gary Cass Agree With Pat Robertson on Haitian Earthquake

One byproduct of natural disasters like the Haitian earthquake is that they tend to expose the utter insanity of some Religious Right leaders. While some,

January 14, 2010 Blog
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Today Show’s Kathie Lee Gifford Calls ‘Pat’ Robertson ‘A Good-Hearted Man’

I would ask people to demand that NBC discipline Kathie Lee Gifford for defending televangelist Pat Robertson after his historically false and racist condemnation of

January 14, 2010 Blog
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Supreme Court Shields Bigotry: No Cameras In Prop 8 Trial

The Supreme Court split along ideological lines Wednesday as it barred a federal judge in San Francisco from broadcasting a high-profile trial involving marriage equality.

January 14, 2010 Blog
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Haitian Ambassador Rebukes Pat Robertson on The Rachel Maddow Show (UPDATED)

I posted earlier on Pat Robertson’s imbecilic suggestion that the Haitian earthquake, as well as their other day-to-day trials and tribulations, were the result of

January 13, 2010 Blog
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