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Fischer, the public face of the certified anti-gay hate group, American Family Association, today, via Facebook, claimed, “If HIV caused AIDS, Magic Johnson would be dead. Doesn’t even look sick to me. How about you?”
The U.S. Supreme Court has just announced it has agreed to hear a case that challenges the constitutionality of the landmark 1965 Voting Rights Act.
This post is the fourth in a series of Spilled Milk columns by Emmy Award-winning writer William Lucas Walker that chronicle his journey through parenthood.
Todd Akin is making the GOP “the Party of Rape,” says the National Review, adding, “Republicans cannot deal with Congressman Todd Akin swiftly or severely enough.”
Bryan Fischer of the American Family Association Saturday was pushing a webpage — virusmyth.com — from 1991 that “questions” the “hypothesis” that HIV causes AIDS.
Anti-gay Alabama ministry The Ramp actually tells children to write them checks for one thousand dollars so they can do the Lord’s work.
Lou Engle, a radical religious right preacher, told hundreds of teens at The Ramp he wants to see 100,000 gays come for “radical salvations and healing of AIDS.”
Elisabeth Hasselbeck, co-star of ABC’s “The View” was attacked this week by traditional marriage advocates who called her a “bitch,” and other misogynist comments.
CNN this week, on the same day that Washington state passed a same-sex marriage bill, published an op-ed that states that God will kill gay men and lesbians.
Bryan Fischer said, that 96% of gays are drug users, gays have hundreds, sometimes over 1000 sex partners, and again claimed that drug use, not HIV, causes AIDS.
Jerry Falwell Liberty University law professor Judith Reisman falsely accused all gay men of either being pedophiles or working to advance “the pedophile movement.”
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