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06/01/2012

'Glenn T. Stanton is a leader in the pro-family movement' (who claims gays are Satan's particularly evil lie)

by Jeremy Hooper

The National Constitution Center is a very respected outfit. When their blog gives a prominent, Yahoo!-News-blasted platform to a pundit who they identify as simply a "pro-family" leader, I feel that some sunlight is in order:

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The constitution grants the right to speak freely. It does not give the right to position a viable population sect as Satan's worse fib and still retain punditry gigs without vocal pushback.

Would any other kind of issues "expert" get this same sort of pass? I think you know that answer.

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