Carlson, now a Fox News host, was recorded on a radio show saying that an American who said things like 'Look, I'm a bigot' would easily get elected.
Christians, he said, are "a great bunch of people to pick on. Why? Because they are Christians." Demonstrating the same brazen
Yes, I am proudly, obstinately and intolerantly devoted to my opinion.
The urge to respond to bigots with bigotry is natural, but it's misguided. It's a fool's defense mechanism, a failed attempt at a syllogism.
I wish I could have expressed surprise at the Class of 2014's immature reaction to the possibility of hearing conservative opinions at their commencement addresses last month; but my own college experiences taught me otherwise.
The call of today's anti-gay Christians is "Stop calling us bigots, everyone! Just because we believe what the Bible says about homosexuality does not make us bigots!" So let's think about that.
Games have the potentiality to advance empathy and social justice -- but they haven't.
Sacha Baron Cohen often used his character Borat not only for laughs but to expose an underbelly of American culture that
It's not that you disagree with me, and it's not that you're a proud Christian. The reason I call you a bigot, and the reason that we cannot politely agree to disagree, is that you are trying to make me, my life and my family subject to your opinion and/or religious belief.
It really comes down to this: If, based on your religious beliefs, you demonize people because of their sexual orientation or gender identity, and you deny people the right to have sex and marry, then you are against freedom and equality for those people. You are practicing bigotry.
Let's please start calling things -- and people -- by their right names. If your close personal relationship (speaking terms
When mainstream LGBT leaders advise our community to ignore groups like Americans For Truth About Homosexuality or go lightly on them, we are playing right into their hands.