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12/10/2012

Video: A fair Fox News debate (*that Brian Brown totally loses)

by Jeremy Hooper

Both here on G-A-Y and with projects like the Commentator Accountability Project, I spend a lot of time monitoring and sometimes criticizing the way mainstream cable television handles LGBT rights debates. But this will not be one of those times. I actually think that the following clip—which comes from Fox News, no less, moderated by an anchor who has been known to give unfair passes in the past—is a very able presentation of where we are, where we're heading, and which side has the able arguments. In fact, I'd be perfectly fine with this debate blasting onto ever American's home TV during primetime viewing hours.

On the right side of history, Elizabeth Wydra; on the far-right side of American politics, Brian Brown. Go:


(Clip via J.M.G.)

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