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04/22/2013

FRC vs. 'homosexual activists and atheists' (a.k.a. their scapegoats and cash cows)

by Jeremy Hooper

Another day means another Family Research Council fundraising plea. Another FRC fundraising plea means another attempt to miscast the antagonists who are supposed destroying American and its institutions:

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[FRC email blast]

Because that's the way the FRC piggybank works, you see. If it doesn't bank on a clearly (mis)stated adversary (or adversaries), people might start noticing how long it has been getting fat off of discrimination and divisiveness.

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