Iain Dale claims former Tory MP believes party lost its ‘more useful bigots’ after same-...

Apr 27, 2015 by

By Jess Denham, Independent: Political blogger Iain Dale has claimed that a former Conservative MP believes the party lost its “more useful bigots” after same-sex marriage was legalised. Dale, who became the first openly gay Conservative candidate to contest a Parliamentary election in 2003, revealed the remarks on Conservative Home but declined to name the man or woman behind them. “I was chatting to a former Conservative MP the other day about [late political organiser] Sir Anthony Garner,...

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Warped logic of trying to brainwash three-year-olds

Apr 27, 2015 by

By Peter McKay, Mailonline: Who would attempt to govern modern Britain — where, news-wise, it seems to be April Fools’ every day? Children as young as three have been asked to sign a ‘Home-School Agreement’ contract pledging not to use racist, homophobic or ‘transphobic’ language at Turnham Primary School in South-East London. Purportedly to stamp out playground prejudice, we reported, ‘each child must print their name and provide a signature to confirm that they understand their...

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Oregon is One Step Away from Putting Children in Harm’s Way of Pedophiles!

Apr 27, 2015 by

From Voice of the Voiceless: Last November, we told you that Terry Bean, who co-founded the world’s largest gay activist organization, Human Rights Campaign (HRC), was arrested on two counts of third-degreesodomy, a felony, and one count of third-degree sex abuse, a misdemeanor. His victim was a 15 year-old boy. Terry Bean is an outspoken gay activist in Oregon, and until he was arrested for accusations of sex abuse, was on the Board of Directors of HRC, who has been one of the most...

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Submit or Be Destroyed (UPDATED)

Apr 27, 2015 by

By David Fischler, Stand Firm: That’s the unmistakable message an Oregon administrative law judge sent with regard to Christians who refuse to refuse to sacrifice to the god of gay. According to the Daily Signal: An Oregon administrative law judge recommended today that the bakers who refused to bake a cake for a same-sex wedding should be fined $135,000. “[T]he forum concludes that $75,000 and $60,000, are appropriate awards to compensate [the same-sex couple] for the emotional suffering they...

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From friends of the Court: overseas voices

Apr 27, 2015 by

By Michael Cook, MercatorNet: The United States is a large and powerful country, but it is only one of the 193 member states of the United Nations and represents only 4.4 percent of the world’s population. Surely it makes sense to ask how courts in other jurisdictions are handling same-sex marriage. An amicus brief submitted to the US Supreme Court from the Marriage and Family Law Research Project, a research center at the J. Reuben Clark Law School of Brigham Young University, surveys what...

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On Love, Misrepresenting Jesus, and the Spirit of Self-Delusion

Apr 26, 2015 by

By Robert A J Gagnon: My Radio Discussion in London with Jayne Ozanne. When I was in London I had the opportunity to go on the Christian radio program “Unbelievable” (host Justin Brierley, who is also senior editor of Premier Christianity magazine) to interact with Jayne Ozanne, who heads a homosexualist group “Accepting Evangelicals.” Jayne has a nice persona, though she will charge you with promoting a message of death if you disagree with her position on homosexual practice too...

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