The Westboro Baptist Church is heading out on a “God Hates the Media Tour,” with plans to picket pretty much every major technology company in Silicon Valley. ValleyWag noted WBC’s announcement on Wednesday.
Westboro Baptist Church has threatened to picket the funeral of the late actor, saying he was a ‘fag enabler’.
Labelling the late poet a ‘f*g pimp’, anti-gay group Westboro tweet appealing for information about Angelou’s funeral so they can plan a picket.
Zach Phelps-Roper, 23, left the antigay church in February and is now preaching a message of unconditional love and empathy.
Estranged son Nate Phelps hopes that ‘every mention of his (father’s) name and of his church be a constant reminder of the tremendous good we are all capable of doing in our communities’.
Ed Farrell, Vice Mayor of the Arizona town of Maricopa, is probably wishing that he hadn’t logged onto Facebook on Monday. The official was criticized for posting an obituary of Fred Phelps, the founder of the intolerant Westboro Baptist Church, …
Fred Phelps and company set out to make the world hate LGBT people but achieved the opposite.
The Southern Poverty Law Center, which monitors hate groups across the country, says it’s entirely possible that Westboro Baptist Church will fizzle out after the death of Fred Phelps.
The founder of the ‘God Hates Fags’ church is dead, and now several experts believe the far-right group will soon fizzle out after the death of its leader.
One of Fred Phelps’s estranged sons confirmed to media that the patriarch of the Westboro Baptist Church died in hospice care Wednesday night.
Nathan Phelps, the exiled son of hatemonger Fred Phelps, says the 84-year-old founder of the Westboro Baptist Church is near death in a Kansas hospice. […]
Annoying the WBC compound across the street, Planting Peace’s Equality House held a fundraiser for their anti-bullying and human rights advocacy programs.
A small protest by the vehemently homophobic Westboro Baptist Church was scuppered yesterday, after it triggered a huge pro-LGBT counter-demonstration in the town of Bozeman, Montana.
It all started with a 6-year-old girl who wanted to take a stand against the Westboro Baptist Church and promote peace. Now, it is a national event.
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