Peter LaBarbera came to my college to “expose” the “gay agenda.” He wasn’t expecting what would happen instead

I no longer go to this school. But I’m so remarkably proud of the people there right now. An amazing teacher (who I have the honor of saying is a former teacher of mine) wrote this article, and I’m sure you may have seen stuff floating around about it. But it’s so important, and so rad that we’re making movements like this 
AND Labarbera was arrested in Canada for refusing to leave a college campus when he was asked to stop spreading his hate and take it off campus. 

I know that this is a small victory but it’s a victory and the fact that it came right from home and people that I know just makes me glow inside. -H


start at :31 to see LaBarbera make an epic save. i mean, i was ready to call this a loss, but NO. we won it with our back up goalie. you go glenn coco.

i almost threw my computer on the ground when this happened. it was magical.

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Cliff Kincaid Warns: 'Lunacy' Of Gay Marriage Sending Us Down A 'Road To Ruin' (VIDEO)

Cliff Kincaid Warns: ‘Lunacy’ Of Gay Marriage Sending Us Down A ‘Road To Ruin’ (VIDEO)

Now that the Supreme Court has heard arguments that will decide whether or not marriage equality will become the law of the land in all 50 states, anti-equality loons are busy scrambling to find some way, any way, to scare other people into buying into their paranoid predictions of doom in a post-marriage equality America. Now, obviously there has been no great homo-pocalypse in the 36 states…

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In a press conference today in front of the Supreme Court, Faith 2 Action’s Janet Porter gathered a who’s who of radical anti-gay activists and “ex-gays” to deliver “restraining orders” to the Supreme Court demanding that the justices not hear arguments on the constitutionality of same-sex marriage bans.

Far from a far-right pipe dream, Porter’s bill to block federal courts from ruling on marriage was introduced last week by Rep. Steve King in the House and Sen. Ted Cruz in the Senate. “We have appealed to Congress to restrain the judges, and the good news is Congress has heard our cry,” Porter said.

The activists, including Scott Lively, Peter LaBarbera and Bill Owens, also announced that they were filing a motion asking Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Elena Kagan to recuse themselves from the case because they, in Lively’s words, “deliberately officiated at so-called homosexual wedding ceremonies.”

Ginsburg and Kagan, Lively charged, “have committed an unparalleled breach of judicial ethics by elevating the importance of their own favorite political cause of gay rights above the integrity of the court and of our nation.”

Porter distributed to attendees copies of her new anti-gay documentary “Light Wins,” which features a number of GOP politicians and conservative activists claiming that the institution of equal rights for LGBT people will lead to the “criminalization of Christianity,” a theme heard throughout the press conference.

Greg Quinlan, an “ex-gay” activist, echoed the Family Research Council’s Tony Perkins , saying a Supreme Court decision in favor of marriage equality “will bring open season on Torah Jews and biblical Christians, and it will definitely bring open season on those of us who left homosexuality.”

Steven Hotze of Conservative Republicans of Texas, a Roy Moore acolyte who has been advocating for a bill in his state barring the use of funds to issue marriage licenses to gay and lesbian couples if the state’s marriage ban is struck down, declared that gay marriage is “not a marriage, it’s a mirage, because it’s counterfeit, it’s a lie, it’s untrue.”

A decision in favor of marriage equality, he warned, “would force individuals to have to condone, accept, even celebrate sexual immorality among certain elements of the population and teach it to the children.”

“It would criminalize Christianity,” he added. “The pastors would be forced to have to marry those of the same-sex.”

Peter LaBarbera, the head of Americans for Truth About Homosexuality declared that the Supreme Court is “poised to nationalize a historical anomaly, so-called marriage based on a sexual perversion, as a constitutional right.”

“A nation cannot simultaneously honor God and codify sexual sin as a supposed civil right,” he said, adding that “apparently the ‘T’ in LGBT stands for ‘tyranny.’”

Bill Johnson, a former state official with the American Family Association who now runs the American Decency Association, warned that a decision favorable to marriage equality would invite God’s “wrath upon America”.

Meanwhile, Wiley Drake, a pastor who has prayed for President Obama’s death, was filming the whole event, at one point turning around to tell reporters that America has a Christian “birth certificate.”

“Our nation has a birth certificate. The president doesn’t, but our nation does.”

h/t: Miranda Blue at RWW

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