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Bryan Fischer is trying to lead America into war against LGBT people. Not a figurative one, but one with real violence.
As Michigan's marriage equality ban continues in trial, we've seen anti-LGBT activists come out in full force.
If you caught any coverage following last week's pro–marriage equality ruling in Texas, you probably saw the name Jonathan Saenz. He has clearly communicated that he believes gay people should not be gay. That goes well beyond marriage. It even goes beyond politics.
CNN's Chris Cuomo invited Catholic League President Bill Donohue onto his show to actively challenge his extremist statements. The context was discussion of the recently-vetoed Arizona 'license to discriminate" law.
Patricia Heaton made it clear that she had no clue who Bryan Fischer was or what she was getting herself into when she appeared on his radio show.
Ms. Fiedorek has a penchant for making baseless claims that are, um, well—not as astute as she seems to think they are. Chris Coumo did an excellent job calling out her misinformation with the truth.
While the AP identifies Focus on the Family's Jeff Johnston as merely an "issues analyst," there are a few things you should know before processing his quote.
If NOM hasn't won anything in nearly two years, why should we take their threats seriously?
When attempting to score points against debate opponents, there are certain ideas that commentators should not call to mind. Never. Like ever.
Why does Fox News' Todd Starnes say a wedding of a wide range of couples is "intolerant"?