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Creep of the Week Creep of the Week: Gina Loudon

Have you ever read something so stupid that you could feel your brain cells committing suicide as you read it? That's how I feel after reading Gina Loudon's Oct. 19 World Net Daily piece titled "8 Reasons Why Democrats Hate Traditional Marriage." READ MORE.

Creep of the Week: Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder

It's been a tough four years for Michiganders under Gov. Rick Snyder. Especially the gay and lesbian ones. READ MORE.

Creep of the Week: Ben Shapiro

I don't usually read Breitbart.com because Andrew Breitbart is dead, and I don't believe in ghosts. However, Media Matters steered me there to feast upon an impressive diatribe by Breitbart News Senior Editor Ben Shapiro titled, "SCOTUS Refuses Gay Marriage Cases, Effectively Makes Gay Marriage Law of the Land." READ MORE.

Creep of the Week: Peter LaBarbera

Gay people. They're just like Nazis, amirite? What with their Pride parades and their drag queens and their wanting to get married and their Broadway musicals and their rainbow stickers plastered across their Subaru bumpers. I mean if that doesn't say, "Heil Hitler," I don't know what does! At least that's what Peter LaBarbera of Americans For "Truth" About Homosexuality thinks. READ MORE.

Creep of the Week: Sean Hannity

By now you've heard of Adrian Peterson, the professional footballer charged with child abuse. The case has ignited a national debate about spanking and what "counts" as abuse. The takeaway: Americans love to hit children. READ MORE.

Creep Of The Week: Monte Neil Stewart

Ah, money. Or, as we like to call it in America, "Free Speech." Somehow there just never seems to be enough to go around. This is especially true if you're poor. Sure, "speech" is "free," but only if you can afford it. READ MORE.

Special Section: Pride Source Votes
Revealing Bigotry: Taking On Gary Glenn

In a Sept. 27 op-ed in the Detroit News, conservative Republican columnist Nolan Finley raised serious concerns about three Republican candidates running for the state house Nov. 4. Todd Courser of Lapeer, Cindy Gamrat of Plainwell and Gary Glenn of Midland -- all correctly identified by Finley as a "trio (who) seeks tea party tyranny." Nolan describes Glenn and Courser as "extremely anti-gay (who) would turn the Republican Party into a fundamentalist denomination of the Christian Church if given the chance." Finley warned that the trio's narrow views on the Legislature could cripple the government and its ability to work across the aisle to move the state forward. Their agenda also includes killing any expansion of the Elliot-Larsen act to include LGBT protections.

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