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SUBMITTED BY: Brian Tashman, Friday 07/01/2011, 1:08pm
Ken Klukowski of the Family Research Council and the American Civil Rights Union claimed today that since even pederastic Greeks, who “put homosexuality on a pedestal,” didn’t legalize same-sex marriage, neither should the U.S. Speaking with FRC colleagues Tom McClusky and Kenneth Blackwell on Today’s Issues on American Family Radio, Klukowski argues that Americans shouldn’t support marriage equality because no civilization through history has done so: Marriage has existed in every culture, in every country around the world, for thousands and thousands of years... MORE
SUBMITTED BY: Brian Tashman, Friday 06/24/2011, 10:37am
Despite the common refrain that the Tea Party doesn’t care about social issues like gay rights, today the Tea Party Nation emailed its members a post by right-wing activist Alan Caruba on the dangers of marriage equality and anti-bullying programs. Caruba, who once called marriage equality “an act of societal suicide,” discussed how Tea Party activists need to stop “the queering of America.” According to Caruba, measures that promote tolerance and gay rights are “a distinct threat to the fabric of a society based on the undisputed normality of... MORE
SUBMITTED BY: Peter Montgomery, Tuesday 06/21/2011, 3:24pm
PFAW President Michael Keegan's recent Huffington Post commentary pointed out that former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman, the latest to throw his hat in the GOP presidential ring, is more conservative than his media-generated image as a moderate. Here’s more evidence supporting Keegan’s claim that Huntsman’s campaign strategy is to try to be all things to all people: Huntsman supporters are making a big play for campaign contributions from LGBT donors -- but they aren't telling the truth about his record. According to Politico, California Log Cabin Republican official... MORE
SUBMITTED BY: Brian Tashman, Monday 06/20/2011, 11:53am
Last week the Washington Times (briefly) wondered if ex-Rep. Anthony Weiner was part of a larger plot to bring Sharia law into America because his wife is Muslim and a close aide to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. While the Washington Times eventually pulled the article, the conservative blogosphere is still asking questions. Rich Swier, an activist for Tea Party Nation and ACT! for America, claims that Weiner and President Obama “have partnered with the Muslim Brotherhood”: Many Americans are awakening to the term "Muslim Brotherhood". They are also noticing that... MORE
SUBMITTED BY: Brian Tashman, Monday 06/13/2011, 11:26am
Did Huma Abedin, a top aide to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, marry disgraced New York Rep. Anthony Weiner to usher in an Islamic, socialist, Alinskyist plot to takeover America? So says conservative Washington Times blogger Eliana Benador, who posits (in an article since pulled from the website) that the power-hungry Abedin may have married Weiner to advance the “pro-Muslim political agenda” backed by President Obama, George Soros, and her close friends Bill and Hillary Clinton, whose actions “signal their socialist agenda, which includes domination of the U.S. by a... MORE
SUBMITTED BY: Brian Tashman, Tuesday 06/07/2011, 3:27pm
Only a writer for the ultraconservative WorldNetDaily would believe that the Religious Right is too soft on the issue of gay rights. WND’s Josh Craddock of the Institute for Cultural Communicators claims that the reason more Americans support marriage equality is because social conservatives haven’t fought gay rights or attacked the LGBT community enough. Responding to Focus on the Family president Jim Daly’s recent claim that the Right Wing “probably lost” the debate over equal marriage rights, Craddock alleges that organizations like Focus on the Family... MORE
SUBMITTED BY: Kyle Mantyla, Monday 06/06/2011, 5:50pm
Rick Santorum has announced he is running for president and hopes to pick up Huckabee supporters. Speaking of Huckabee, Michele Bachmann has tapped his former campaign director to be a part of her campaign. Donald Trump just won't go away. Liberty Counsel is defending "personhood" efforts in court. Kansas Governor Sam Brownback is in for Rick Perry's prayer rally, but Michigan Governor Rick Snyder is not. Finally, David Keene's ex-wife has pled guilty to stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from the American Conservative Union. MORE
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