Suck Dynasty: Cruz surrogate Phil Robertson wants the gays and those who support them gone; Cruz agrees

By : Billy Manes
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As expected, we’re at that moment when the red-rover game of the Iowa Caucuses meets its sociopolitical nadir. Over the weekend, it was slightly less than entertaining to see what amounts to nothing short of bigotry on display among two of the Republican Party’s top-tier candidates, Ted Cruz and Donald (Dump) Trump. The former chose Duck Dynasty beard Phil Robertson to air his grievances with same sex-marriage on Sunday, according to a CNN Report. We’re “evil” and “wicked,” Robertson said, but in his world “no” probably means “yes,” so we won’t let it bother our sensitive take on humane discourse.

“When a fellow like me looks at the landscape and sees depravity, the perversion – redefining marriage and telling us that marriage is not between a man and a woman? Come on, Iowa!” Robertson grumbled while grease caked in his hirsute hate face. “It is nonsense. It is evil. It’s wicked. It’s sinful. They want us to swallow it, you say. (!!!!!!!! – ed.) We have to run this bunch out of Washington D.C. We have to rid the earth of them. Get them out of there.”

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Brunei embraces strict Islamic laws

By : Wire Report
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Bendar Seri Begawan, Brunei (AP) – Brunei on May 1 embraced a form of Islamic Shariah criminal law that includes harsh penalties for being gay, a move slammed by international rights group as a step backward for human rights.

The tiny Southeast Asian nation began phasing in a version of Shariah that allows for penalties such as amputation for theft and stoning for adultery and gay behavior. Most of the punishments can be applied to non-Muslims, who account for about one-third of the 440,000 people in the oil-rich country.

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“The Bachelor” apologizes for anti-gay remarks

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LOS ANGELES (AP) – The star of ABC’s “The Bachelor” made anti-gay comments that drew a swift rebuke from the network and an apology from the bachelor himself.

Juan Pablo Galavis told website The TV Page that he didn’t think a gay or bisexual bachelor would set a good example for kids. Galavis also told the site Jan. 17 that gays were more “pervert, in a sense,” adding that he could be mistaken.

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1.2.14 Editor’s Desk

By : Steve Blanchard
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SteveBlanchardHeadshotWhy does the LGBT community insist on making martyrs out of marginally popular, yet very loud folks who just happen to show up on the television? That seems to be our tactic each time a celebrity, and I use that term very loosely, decides to voice an opinion that highlights their ignorance or bigotry.

I’m speaking, of course, of the Duck Dynasty controversy that closed out 2013 and interfered with holiday greetings on social network sites. The hoopla surrounding the television show is almost as ridiculous as the phrase “Duck Dynasty controversy.” Yet, here we are, helping the far-right create a martyr of Phil Robertson, whom many of us never heard of before he voiced his confusion over why a gay man would prefer a “man’s anus” over a vagina during an interview with GQ.

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