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10/07/2005

Attempt at anti-gay programming note: 'Concerned Woman' Robert Knight on CNN

by Jeremy Hooper

   According to the Concerned Women for America's website, the organization's Robert Knight will be appearing tonight (10/7) on CNN's "Paula Zahn NOW," speaking on the topic of "teens coming out as gay at younger ages."

Rumor has it that during Knight's segment, in order to match his raging anti-gay sentiment and proclivity for discrimination, show producers will temporarily rename the broadcast, "Paula Zahn ANTIQUATED."

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