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Christian Business Owners Bullied Into Closing

Over the Labor Day weekend the owners of Sweet Cakes by Melissa, a bakery in Oregon, decided to close the shop as a result of all the threats, vicious emails and phone calls they have received after refusing to make a wedding cake for a lesbian couple. Aaron and Melissa Klein said their business has suffered after the media firestorm earlier this year when they declined to provide a cake for a lesbian ceremony because it would have violated their Christian beliefs. Emails and phone calls were received by the Kleins saying Aaron should be shot, that he should be raped, and that the couple’s five children should become sick.

“You stupid bible thumping, hypocritical b****. I hope your kids get really, really sick and you go out of business,” said one email. “Here’s hoping you go out of business, you bigot. Enjoy hell,” said another.

In addition to the harassment the Kleins have received, their wedding vendors were badgered […] → Keep reading

Homosexual Assault On Business: Marginalizing Morality

Over a year ago I wrote a post about the homosexual assault on businesses who refuse to provide services when doing so would violate their moral or religious beliefs. Lately I have been seeing many, many more instances of this. Determined to force their lifestyle on those who don’t approve of it, lawsuits and official complaints seem to be the order of the day for the homosexuals. They can always count on judges and local officials who sit on human rights commissions to back them up in their quest to punish businesses who don’t welcome their depravity.

The latest I’ve read about is a florist in Richland, Washington being taken to court by the State Attorney General, who is seeking $2,000 in penalties. And what did this florist do to bring down the wrath of the state? Based on her religious beliefs she declined to provide flowers to a same-sex marriage ceremony.

In just a few minutes I was able […] → Keep reading