More stifling of dis…
More stifling of dissent.

A U.S. district court ruled two employees of Oakland can go forward in their case against city supervisors after they were barred from advertising an informal group that respects “the natural family, marriage and family values.”

The city contended the bulletin-board flyer was “homophobic,” although it makes no mention of homosexuality.

The case is significant, because a decision against the employees could result in silencing debate about homosexuality and related issues in the state of California, says Richard Ackerman, whose public-interest law firm is representing the two women.

Where’s all this highly-touted “tolerance” liberals keep talking about? Once again, it’s a double-standard; you have to tolerate the promotion and normalization of homosexuality, but all contrary views will not be…tolerated.

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