The article was immediately castigated by civil rights leaders, including Jonathan Greenblatt, who heads the Anti-Defamation League. The Tribune should know better: Nazis are not protected by anti-discrimination laws! To compare baking a cake for a gay couple to baking a cake with a swastika is beyond offensive and hateful to the LGBTQ community. The editorial was in response to a hotly contested Supreme Court case that heard oral arguments on Tuesday. The case involves a Colorado baker, Jack Phillips, who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple, David Mullins and Charlie Craig, when they visited his bakery, Masterpiece Cakeshop, in Lakewood, Colorado, in
Chicago Tribune cites Nazis in backing baker who refused cake to gays
Chicago Tribune cites Nazis in backing baker who refused cake to gays | The Times of Israel
Reporting to duty at Pearl Harbor Warbirds is like going back in time and immersing yourself in history. Playing cards, zippo lighters, confidential reports, Army helmets — and plenty of beautiful black and white pinup photos. World War II in was the golden age of pinups. For the first time in history, the US military unofficially sanctioned the creation and distribution of pinup pictures, magazines and calendars to troops in order to raise morale and remind young men what they were fighting for. To this day, pinup fans emulate the vintage style of pinups that was triggered during WWII. Here are the top 18 vintage WWII pinup poster girls that you may have found in Pearl Harbor in the days before, during and after the attack.
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I believe Mr Lumby was caught by the Antibogan chatting online to an underage Victorian schoolgirl a couple of years ago. Have you got a link? I think you socialist wankers need to get a life and realize Islime will kill you first because most of you are fags and dykes! I personally find religion to be nothing but hot air.
Formed in Hamburg in , they were composed of 14 to year-old boys and girls in high school, most of them middle- or upper-class students, but with some apprentice workers as well. The name Swingjugend was a parody of the numerous youth groups that were organised by the Nazis, such as the Hitlerjugend. During the Nazi regime, all of the youth considered Aryan in Germany ages 10 to 17 were encouraged to join the Hitler Youth and the League of German Maidens.