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I have a strong, healthy dose of self-esteem. This is fortunate because recently there has been a steady stream of damaging messages coming from the media, politicians and religious leaders. There are plenty of voices proclaiming that there is something wrong with me.
Fischer has suggested the Nazi Party was founded by gay people, that Adolf Hitler intentionally recruited gays to the party
Fischer vowed to go into more detail on the Jan. 29 installment of his "Focal Point" radio show, which remains available
"I do not know what goes on inside Barack Obama's heart, but I do know that he is not a sincerely devoted follower of Jesus
The American Family Association's Bryan Fischer has taken aim at President Barack Obama over lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender
Fischer's comments came during an interview with Caiden Cowger, a conservative teen radio host who made headlines in 2012
The American Family Association's Bryan Fischer defended opposition to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights
H/T Right Wing Watch Fischer, whose opposition to same-sex marriage and other lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT
In May, he penned an Op-Ed for One News Now, accusing the NFL of "celebrating the sexual equivalent of a brain concussion
Fischer has previously condemned President Barack Obama's stance on same-sex marriage and other LGBT rights. Fischer, whose
The sooner modern libertarians realize conservatives are not their friends, the sooner they can get around to actually promoting the extension of individual rights for all people -- including people conservatives hate.
"Homosexual behavior is an abomination to God," he says in the clip. "When God sees it, it causes him to recoil." Homosexuality
Fischer, whose anti-LGBT declarations have become a near-weekly staple of his "Focal Point" radio show, took to the airwaves
I have a good sense of humor, but... can't you find something else to make us laugh? Why are we gays so amusing to the rest of you?
The American Family Association's Bryan Fischer sounded off on a new report by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's
"When people sit down to eat a hamburger, the last thing they want to be thinking about is two guys having sex," Fischer
The American Family Association's Bryan Fischer spoke out in defense of Nintendo's new "life simulator" game, Tomodachi Life
Fischer, who has been vocal in his opposition to the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community, pointed to
"If you care about children, this thing ought to appall you because gay marriage is bad for children," he said at the time