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From a religious perspective, yes. I think practicing homosexuality is contrary to God's plan, and that those doing so are putting their souls at risk. That doesn't mean I hate them, as many would claim.
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Liberals do exactly what they accuse conservatives of doing, discriminate against those they disagree with. Case in point, affirmative action, which instead of setting an even playing field, discriminates against non-minorities. Gays could have pushed for civil union licenses and made up their own name for their ceremonies, but that wouldn't have been good enough. They had to punish religious…
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Brandishing a Firearm is against the law - DUH!!! I would suspect that the large majority of criminals who use a firearm do not go through any training and are probably not concealed carry card holders. Besides where in the story does it say anything about him receiving such training.
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Schlafly puts Chicago brewpub plans on hold

1 year ago From stltoday.com

Dear Schalfly, try West Quincy instead

From From stltoday.com:

The maker of Schlafly beer has postponed indefinitely plans to open a brewpub in Chicago.

Dan Kopman, co-founder of the St. Louis Brewery, said the craft brewer was recently notified by the Illinois Liquor Control Commission that it would not qualify for a brewpub license in the state.

The commission informed him that production limits for craft brewer’s licenses — 30,000 barrels annually — also apply to brewpub licenses. St. Louis Brewery, which makes Schlafly beer, produced more than 56,000 barrels of beer last year.

“Because we’re over 30,000 barrels, they won’t give us a brewpub license,” Kopman said. “Our understanding was that we could hold a brewpub license without holding another license.” 

Kopman found a building in Chicago’s West Loop neighborhood that he was eyeing for a brewpub and pilot brewery, he said, but now those plans are on hold. The company had announced plans for a Chicago brewpub in December 2012.

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