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02/10/2011

In which the AFA's war on fair discourse turns in-house

by Jeremy Hooper

Of course they did:

AFA removes article at odds with Bryan Fischer on Native Americans [Warren Throckmorton]

Seriously: When did the American Family Association become the "Bryan Fischer Adoration Society"? I mean, fine -- good for us. But seriously: What does this man have on our Tupelo-based opposition?!

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**UPDATE: Actually, it seems they've removed Bryan's piece too. So this may be more of a case of them wanting to remove all evidence whatsoever.

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*EARLIER: Our mention of the refreshingly Fischer-critical article (with links back to some of Fischer's most pale-traversing quips).

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