This week five members of Westboro Baptist Church journeyed to the University of Massachusetts Amherst to protest newly out basketball player Derrick Gordon. Had a part of you hoped that when Fred Phelps died his followers would quit their daffy protests?
From today's Washington Post: "The conservative lawyer who defended California’s ban on gay marriage at
the Supreme Court is at work on another project: planning his
daughter’s upcoming same-sex wedding ceremony."
Officials in the southeast Asian country of Brunei must think things have gotten too lax in their neck of the woods. Reportedly nobody has been put to death in Brunei since 1957, but that's gonna change with the new penal code that's kicking in next week.
If you have gay sex you will be sentenced to death by stoning. If you commit adultery, rape, murder, insult the Quran, declare yourself a prophet or declare yourself a non-Muslim--allegedly all these varied offenses will result in death by stoning.
Such a panoply of sins. If you're a gay Christian harboring the schizophrenic belief that you're a prophet, best to cross Brunei off your list.
That decision was reversed, however, and LaBarbera is now in Regina, presumably vilifying gays, per usual. Perhaps he'll say something unforgivable that will get him chucked out of Canada for real, something Canadian authorities cannot tolerate--like hockey sucks.