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03/30/2012

America has hate speech laws & heterosexism falls under them, says Glenn Stanton's latest fib

by Jeremy Hooper

Focus on the Family's Glenn Stanton, writing for Baptist Press:

Even today, saying a child has a right to a mother and father has been deemed hate-speech.
[BP News]

Though fortunately for Glenn, pulling fallacious, self-victimizing talking points from a place where the sun doesn't shine has yet to be criminalized.

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