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03/25/2011

Audio: An unfettered right to push discriminatory anti-science?

by Jeremy Hooper

Did you know that an American business' corporate decisions have the ability to threaten free speech, a concept involving citizens and their government? Because they do, at at least if you believe FRC's Peter Sprigg. As part of his latest attempt to turn Apple's decision regarding the Exodus International iPhone app into some sort of Brave New World action, the man who has suggested both the exportation and criminalization of gay people says this about the biz choice:


[SOURCE: FRC Washington Watch Weekly]

So hey, Peter -- We want you to cross-post all of our content on FRC's blogs. We'll submit our RSS feed today.

Oh, and this writer wants to speak at the Values Voters Summit. I'll get you a draft of the speech by Monday morning.

Plus anytime we leave a comment that goes against FRC's views, we demand assurance that you all will change your current policy, which frequently moderates away non-consensus views.

And...

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