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08/23/2010

'Our intent is to swamp them out': The first words of one extremely biased baby

by Jeremy Hooper

Because of the weak (and much-criticized) defense that they helped shape in the Prop 8 federal trial, the Alliance Defense Fund and its allied litigators are heavily in the news these days. But how did this conservative Christian legal organization even get its start? What helped the flawed talking points achieve liftoff? Who filled the kitty that'd go on to claw at equality's eyes?

Well like so many conservative right side-thorns, talk radio is at root of this equality-hostile petunia:

12/12/1993, The Associated Press
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**NOTE: This is the same "Point of View" radio show that we post about from time to time. The one where co-host Penna Dexter recently blamed a slain 15-year-old gay boy for assisting in his own shooting death

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