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03/12/2011

Alliance Defiance: Why is the ADF scared of fair discourse?

by Jeremy Hooper

A few days ago, a Guest commenter went on the Alliance Defense Fund's blog and asked for factual clarity on a couple of points. So this site offered up some practical truth, specifically in regards to the Ocean Grove,NJ, pavilion situation that ADF senior counsel Kevin Theriot had completely misrepresented in his blog post:

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Unfortunately, the ADF doesn't want to hear it. My comment was rejected. Both times I tried to post it.

Stay cowardly, discrimination!

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