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Update: How the ‘God Hates Fags’ group’s college talks went

So how did that go? “The Westboro presentation became contentious and occasionally degenerated into a shouting match and dueling Bible verses, but overall it went well,” CMU journalism professor Tim Boudreau tells Romenesko readers. “The church members spoke their minds, but my students also exercised their rights to question, challenge, debate and condemn.” Boudreau, who … Read More
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