Posts Tagged ‘ Jody May-Chang ’

PrideDEPOT.com goes into hibernation and editor moves on

Oct 28th, 2009 | By | Category: Idaho, Intermountain Northwest, National, News, Top Story

As many of you have already noticed PrideDEPOT.com has gone dormant for the past several months and I would like to tell you why and what will be coming next. This year my family has gone through some great challenges that have resulted in a fundamental change in focus. In mid April while at a [...]



Bryan Fischer; don’t let the door hit you

Jun 13th, 2009 | By | Category: Featured Articles, Idaho, National, News

I answered my cell and on the other end was Mike Butts from the Idaho Press Tribune wanting a comment. Having been out of the Idaho loop for a week I was unaware of the news. Butts informed me that Bryan Fischer was closing up shop and moving to Mississippi to do a radio show. Apparently funds had dried up and Fischer was moving on.



Revolution?

Jun 13th, 2009 | By | Category: Issues, Video Soapbox

This interesting and artful video contains a mosaic of images and sound bytes from two separate protest rallies that took place in Boise Idaho in April 2009.



Hate is a Lifestyle Choice for Bryan Fischer

May 18th, 2009 | By | Category: Editorial, Featured Articles, Idaho, National

It should come as no surprise that Bryan Fischer, executive director of the non-profit “organization,” Idaho Values Alliance, which consists only of himself, is once again being reckless with the facts.

Fischer’s desperate attacks against LGBT people are practically a daily obsession that could easily be dismissed as ridiculous were it not for his malicious tone.



Twisted Logic:

May 12th, 2009 | By | Category: Featured Articles, Idaho, National, News

Idaho’s chief CEO of lies and misinformation about LGBT citizens is none other than Bryan Fischer, the pitchman for the so-called Idaho Values Alliance. Fischer’s talent for garnering easy access to the Idaho news media to sell his poisonous product rivals any Wall Street crook with a Ponzi scheme designed to separate grand mom from her life savings.



Idaho Statesman recycles Fischer’s debunked lies

May 10th, 2009 | By | Category: Featured Articles, Idaho, News

Bryan Fischer, head of the Idaho Values Alliance, is modifying his snake oil salesman act since PrideDEPOT.com exposed his con game. Now Fischer is using The Statesman’s pages as a platform to promote more half-truths and contemptuous anti-gay rhetoric. But this website will not let him go unchallenged.



Fischer dehumanizes trans murder victim Angie Zapata

Apr 21st, 2009 | By | Category: Featured Articles, Intermountain Northwest, News

Bryan Fischer’s contempt for Zapata is clear in his absolute defiance and refusal to acknowledge, or refer to, her as woman. Fisher goes on to misrepresent Colorado law in order to justify blaming the victim for her own murder.



Right-wingers, Lies & Videotape; Deconstructing Bryan Fischer

Mar 10th, 2009 | By | Category: Idaho, National, News

On February 20, the Idaho Affairs Committee turned its back on equality saying no to printing the Idaho Human Rights Act Amendment the Committee listened trained propagandist, Bryan Fischer, of the Idaho Values Alliance.



Idaho AG’s Office, says “Family” not specifically defined by law – Marriage law is not a “Family” law

Feb 22nd, 2009 | By | Category: News

When the Nampa Recreation Center (NRC) used Idaho’s marriage law for the basis of denying a same-sex couple and their 4-year-old son a “family” membership, they may find themselves at legal odds with the State Attorney General’s Office.



Idaho Hallmark shop owner will special order same-sex cards

Aug 26th, 2008 | By | Category: News

An Idaho anti-gay propagandist is crowing success on his non-profit political website about how his intervention with a local Hallmark card shop owner lead to a decision not to sell same-sex greeting cards. The head of the so-called Idaho Values Alliance was apparently set to call for a boycott of the seven Jordan Hallmark stores owned by Philip R. Johnson, until the man disclosed that he had no intention of selling the cards, but that he would special order them upon request.