Friday, October 12, 2012

The Manufactured Hate of SPLC

October 2012 ed.

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SPLC: Wellspring of Manufactured Hate

James Simpson, Organization Trends, October 2012

Summary: The Southern Poverty Law Center began with an admirable purpose but long ago transformed into a machine for raising money and launching left-wing political attacks. Lately it's become more of a threat to free speech and civil debate than a defender of the weak or a foe of violent extremism. It has also taken in millions from the Picower Foundation, whose own funds came largely from founder Jeffry Picower's "investing" in his old friend Bernie Madoff's Ponzi scheme.

....Early on it made a name for itself fighting genuinely extremist groups like the Ku Klux Klan and breaking down barriers of discrimination in the South. But today it is primarily a leftist attack machine. It devotes most of its sizeable resources to a systematic smear campaign against respected organizations and opinion leaders whose legitimate policy differences put them to the right of the SPLC.

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Of Supreme Court Justices and Gay Manifestos in Public School

Jen Shroder
Blessed Cause blog

...California's SB48 requires "instruction in social sciences to include a study of the role and contributions of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Americans." Did we really need to drag the private lives of homosexuals into the classroom to be applauded and held up as the ideal?

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Student who got 'gay cure' sues California over new law

ABC News

(ABC News) A college student who claims he once had same-sex attractions but became heterosexual after conversion therapy has filed a lawsuit against California, which has enacted a law that bans so-called "gay cures" for minors.

The lawsuit, also joined as plaintiffs by two therapists who have used the treatments with patients, alleges that the law banning the therapy intrudes on First Amendment protections of free speech, privacy and freedom of religion.

The student, Aaron Blitzer, who is studying to be a therapist in that field, said the law would prevent him from pursuing his career, according to court papers filed Monday in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California.

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