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01/17/2011

Globes had 'offensive agenda', says group that finds glee in denying gay kids are all right

by Jeremy Hooper

The Family Research Council's assessment of last night's Golden Globes:

Wu11A14 NormalAs in past years, the Globes proved that studios are far less concerned about entertaining people than they with indoctrinating them. Last night's awards were a celebration -- not of America's values, but of Hollywood's. Projects like The Kids Are All Right, Black Swan, "Glee," and others were rewarded for pushing the cultural envelope or advancing a liberal political agenda.
[FRC]

Ooh, someone's bitter their script about a Southern Poverty Law Center-designated "hate group" choosing to call for the exportation or criminalization of the minority population whose love lives they compare to that which might exist between a man and a horse is stalling in production turnaround!

But don't worry, FRC: We're sure your film will eventually get made. Many future civil rights documentarians are collecting B-roll...


*SOURCE: Gays seek immigration reform [Medill Reports]

*SOURCE: MSNBC

...even as we speak.

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