Will Ferrell’s New Movie ‘Talladega Nights’: Racist, Heterophobic, and Anti-Christian August 11, 2006Posted by C.A.R.D in Adam McKay, anti-Christian, Anti-Semitic, Anti-White, Bigoted, Card, Christian, Citizens Against Racism and Discrimination, Discrimination, Headrophobic, Heterophobic, Homosexual, Movie Talladega Nights, NASCAR, Nights, racing, Racism, Racist, Ricky Bobby, Sony, Sony Pictures, Talladega, Talladega Nights, The Ballad of Ricky Bobby, Tom Snyder, White, Will Farell, Will Ferrell, Will Ferrell's New Movie.
Will Hollywood and the news media repudiate Will Ferrell’s ridicule
of Southern white Christian males as well as Mel Gibson’s Anti-Semitic comments?
Don’t hold your breath!
By Dr. Ted Baehr with Dr. Tom Snyder
This week, in the wake of the media storm over Mel Gibson’s anti-Semitic comments during a drunk-driving arrest, one of the six major Hollywood studios will release a comedy starring self-described lefty Will Ferrell, called TALLADEGA NIGHTS: THE BALLAD OF RICKY BOBBY. A satire of the NASCAR racing scene, the movie is a racist, bigoted work that ridicules the Bible Belt, Southern white men, Christianity, Jesus Christ, the family, and American masculinity.
Heterophobic Police Officer Threatens Christians August 8, 2006Posted by C.A.R.D in 2008 election, activist, Allen, arrest, Bible, Card, Christian, Christians, Citizens Against Racism and Discrimination, constitutional amendment, Cop, Fort Lauderdale, Gay, Headrophobic, Headrosexual, Heterophobic, Heterophobic-Activist, Homosexual, intimidation, Petition, Police, Police Officer, Promise Keepers, Sgt. Allen, signatures, Sunrise city police, Sunrise city police department, Threaten.
A homosexual-activist police officer assigned to security at a Promise Keepers men’s conference in Florida is being investigated for threatening members of a Christian organization petitioning for a state constitutional marriage amendment.
“I have never in my life seen such unprofessional and bizarre behavior from a law enforcement officer,” said John Stemberger, the president and general counsel of the Florida Family Policy Council.
Gays Accused of Heterophobic Discrimination July 28, 2006Posted by C.A.R.D in Accused, baby makers, Bowersock, breeders, Cape Cod, Dahl, Discrimination, Gay, gay marriage, Gays, harassment, hate crimes, Headrophobic, Henry J. Dahl, Heterophobic, Heterophobic Discrimination, Heterosexual, Joe Solmonese, marriage, Massachusetts, New England, Provincetown, same-sex, Solmonese, Steve Bowersock, straight.
Provincetown, New England’s summer gay capital, is facing a rise in harassment and discrimination. But this time it’s straight people who say they are being ridiculed as “breeders” and “baby makers.”
Less than a decade after a successful campaign to end violent paroxysms of “gay bashing” in the beach town at the tip of Cape Cod in Massachusetts, police and town officials report a resurgence in tension between gays and straight people.
Police Chief Ted Meyer said straight people complained of being called “breeders” over the July Fourth holiday weekend, and that in one serious incident a man was charged with assaulting a woman who signed a petition to ban same-sex marriage in Massachusetts, the only state where it is legal.