Bil Browning

Notes from this week's radical homosexual agenda

Filed By Bil Browning | February 14, 2009 7:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Weekly Reader
Tags: Batwoman, Charles Darwin, Dana Rudolph, ENDA, Facebook, Freedom to Marry, hate crimes against LGBT people, HHS Secretary, HRC, Jon Hoadley, Lawrence King, NGLTF, Peter LaBarbera, Prop 8, Rea Carey, Silencing Christians, U Washee, Valentine's Day

Rea Carey left her copy of the radical homosexual agenda laying around and now Peter LaBarbera has a copy. Help pitch in to build the "homosexual activist agenda" that ole Petey is so perturbed about.

Until we all have our new copies of the agenda, we'll have to make due with my roundup of some of the can't-miss posts from this week!

Sunday
Counterpoint: Loving Hate: Why Hate Crimes Legislation is a Bad Idea Filed by: Yasmin Nair
Better Know a Contributor: Dana Rudolph Filed by: Father Tony

Monday
Freedom To...Starve? Filed by: Rebecca Juro
Happy birthday, Charles! Filed by: Brynn Craffey

Tuesday
Bending Valentine's Day Our Way Filed by: Patricia Nell Warren
Teenager Accused of Using Facebook to Blackmail Classmates Filed by: Jason Tseng

Wednesday
Keeping whites and colors separate: The "U-Washee" Filed by: Bil Browning
Will Lesbian Batwoman Steal Sperm to Impregnate Partner? Filed by: Dana Rudolph

Thursday
Does HRC have to be the anti-Christian homosexual activists from the movie? Filed by: Alex Blaze
A Horrible Anniversary: Lawrence King Killed One Year Ago Filed by: Waymon Hudson

Friday
We Will, Ultimately, Prevail Filed by: Kate Kendell
Help Nominate A Strong HHS Secretary Filed by: Guest Blogger Jon Hoadley


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