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Racist, Homophobic Screed Published on Tennessee City Councilman’s Blog

Frank Talk is the blog of Frank Neudecker, a city councilman in Jackson, Tennessee.  As such, one would expect that, even if not everybody agrees

March 08, 2011 Blog, News, Opinion, Press Release
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Inclusive Nondiscrimination Ordinance Reintroduced in Memphis

It was tabled just a few weeks ago due to lack of support, but now it’s back: This morning, the [Memphis city] council’s personnel committee

October 26, 2010 Blog
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Enormous Consequences

In the 167 hours since a court ruling suspended the U.S. armed forces’ antigay personnel policy, the Palm Center has carefully counted the following enormous

October 19, 2010 Blog
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Memphis LGBT Leaders Pull Non-Discrimination Ordinance Due to Lack of City Council Support, Maturity

The Tennessee Equality Project (TEP) and Memphis city councilwoman Janis Fullilove have just pulled a proposed, inclusive non-discrimination ordinance, scheduled for a second reading today,

August 24, 2010 Blog
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Focus on the Family Demands ‘Faith-Based’ Federal Handouts for Ex-Gay Activists

In its CitizenLink political-action newsletter yesterday, Focus on the Family laughably characterized President Barack Obama as a homosexual activist — and then criticized Obama for

January 27, 2009 Blog
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Dutch Ex-Gays Lose Latest Round of Government Handouts

While P-FOX seeks federal bailout money for antigay parents in the United States, and the Assemblies of God seek government support for their ex-gay Teen

January 12, 2009 Blog
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