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Human Rights Campaign Fights Religious Freedom to Aid Gay Lobby

As North Korea terrorizes and starves million of its own people, as Saudi Arabia arrests tens of thousands who do not observe the Muslim faith, imprisons them, and executes them, as the South Sudan kills tens of thousands of refugees, and as Iran hangs gays just for being gay, Human Rights Campaign (HRC) has found an important cause to fill the main page of its website: criticizing religious freedom-oriented bathroom laws in the U.S.

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U.S. Taxpayers Give ‘Magnolia Thunderpussy’ a Sex Change

A former she-male hooker, only a year out of jail on a fraud conviction, just received a full “sex change” operation, courtesy of the American taxpayer. His story is loving told over more than four full pages in Sunday’s edition of the New York Times.

Cities Start Rolling Back LGBT Agenda

Despite the intervention of the powerful LGBT Human Rights Campaign and donations from at least one billionaire, an LGBT nondiscrimination ordinance passed in October by the City Council of Springfield, MO, has fallen at the hands of Springfield voters.

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Anti-Islamist Ads Go Up in SF

Pamela Geller’s American Freedom Defense Initiative has launched another volley of banners around San Francisco targeting Islamists, this time showing a photo of a meeting between Adolf Hitler and Haj Amin al-Husseini, the Grand Muft of Jerusalem who in 1941