Behold, the “Sodomite Suppression Act,” California’s Very Own “Kill the Gays” Bill

Thanks, Uganda.

In California, a Christian activist named Matt McLaughlin is trying to put a domestic version of Uganda’s “Kill the Gays” bill on the ballot for the next state election. Two qualifications to get to that stage are that a $200 filing fee must be paid (done), and that more than 360,000 supporting petition signatures must be submitted (good luck).

The aim of McLaughlin’s ballot initiative is not only to punish any sexual touching between same-sex partners with, preferably, “bullets to the head,” but also to slap transmitters of “sodomistic propaganda” (such as, for instance, all the pro-gay-rights writers at Patheos) with fines of one million dollars per occurrence — plus, potentially, ten years in jail.

See for yourself:

a) The abominable crime against nature known as buggery, called also sodomy, is a monstrous evil that Almighty God, giver of freedom and liberty, commands us to suppress on pain of our utter destruction even as he overthrew Sodom and Gomorrha.

b) Seeing that it is better that offenders should die rather than that all of us should be killed by God’s just wrath against us for the folly of tolerating wickedness in our midst, the People of California wisely command, in the fear of God, that any person who willingly touches another person of the same gender for purposes of sexual gratification be put to death by bullets to the head or by any other convenient method.



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Pastor’s Wife Who Works In Abortion Clinic Shrugs Off Critics, Tells Them To Call Back When They Are Free Of Sin

That Bible verse about not judging lest you be judged? Or the one about not casting the first stone unless you’re free of sin? Or the one that advises you to worry less about the speck in another person’s eye than about the plank in your own?

You won’t find many churchy couples in Alabama who put that into practice – at least not the way Callie and Louis Chatman do. Louis Chatman is the pastor of New Elam Baptist Church in Montgomery. His wife Callie works in a local abortion clinic, and he’s not above driving her to work.

A Baptist preacher’s wife in Alabama who works at a local abortion clinic hit back at her critics Monday, declaring that those who criticize women who work at abortion facilities should first address the sins in their own lives before criticizing what women do with their own bodies.

I feel that we have all sinned. None of us are perfect. No sin is greater than any sin. I don’t know why, other than that’s the only decision [abortion] that a woman could make. That’s her right to make that decision because that’s her body,” Callie Chatman, a certified medical technician who works at Reproductive Health Services told the Christian Post in an interview Sunday.



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At CPAC, Dr. Gina Tells Dave Silverman He Doesn’t Have “Any Right” To Call Christianity a Myth

“A reliable source of truth… a voice of clarity, wisdom and understanding about [the] issues,”

remarked Todd Akin about WorldNetDaily columnist and Tea Party co-founder Dr. Gina Loudon (I’m appending the title because she likes to go by Dr. Gina).

Her impeccable credentials thus established, let’s take a quick look at what Ms. Loudon has to say about the presence at CPAC of American Atheists president Dave Silverman. CPAC is the annual Conservative Political Action Conference. The footage below, which we hadn’t posted before, is from last year, when CPAC organizers told American Atheists, after first accepting their money and promising them a booth, that they weren’t welcome after all (the money was returned; this year, though, AA had an official presence at CPAC).

In 2014, Silverman stuck around anyway, working the place like a professional gadfly.



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When Back Sides Touch: In Tennessee, Churchgoers Protest Swingers Club Moving In Close-By

A church in Madison, Tennessee, may be getting a new neighbor: a swingers club is hoping to move in close-by.

The club has operated at 700 Division St. but is looking to relocate to 520 Lentz Drive in Madison, adjacent to Goodpasture Christian School, where the back sides of the two properties touch.

And the congregants know that bad things will happen when back sides touch:

A community-wide prayer meeting held at the school Sunday appealed to God and community leaders to keep that from happening.



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Serial Disrupter Christine Weick Strikes Again At Muslim Prayer in Oklahoma Capitol Building

Christine Weick is back. She’s been featured on this blog on several occasions – first for getting into an altercation about gay rights, then for trying to convince people that Monster energy drinks are the work of the devil, and finally for disrupting an interfaith service involving Muslims (where she said God had made her “temporarily invisible” despite the fact that she’d been caught on camera).

What I appreciated about Weick was that she was so wonderfully erratic — you never knew what or where she would protest next in her shrill, cockamamie way. So I’m a little disappointed that she appears to be repeating herself with her latest action.

In Oklahama City last week,

The day began like it was planned for the more than 100 Muslims. But around 2 o’clock, as dozens of them knelt down to pray, a Christian protester shouted out the Lord’s prayer, seemingly trying to drown out the Muslim worshipers.

Guess who.



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