Aaron Jackson, South Florida's most lovable do-gooder, whose non-profit Planting Peace helps house and feed homeless children throughout the developing world and in March took on the Westboro Baptist Church bigots with its rainbow-colored Equality House, needs help.
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The timing couldn't have been better for the shenanigans local activist Aaron Jackson and his non-profit, Planting Peace, pulled off in Topeka, Kansas yesterday.
If you managed to avoid social media or the internet in general over the last 24 hours, the Destin-based activist, along with friends and ... More >>
Last May, the Huffington Post published a photo of a 9-year-old named Josef Miles counter-protesting the Westboro Baptist Church -- a small but infamous group known for protesting soldiers' funerals with signs that declare "God Hates Fags." Miles held a small pencil-drawn sign that said, "God Hates ... More >>
Fred Phelps and the rest of the "God hates fags" crew from the Westboro Baptist Church in Nowhere, Kansas, say they're coming to Fort Lauderdale on December 8.Remember, Fred Phelps told the Pulp back in July that he was gathering up the gang to protest the funeral of 24-year-old U.S. Army Spc. Jo ... More >>
via Flickr user the-g-ukThe Christian Family Coalition -- a local gay-fearing clan -- loves to make ridiculous statements, and we've begun to chronicle their rise to Westboro Baptist "Church" status for their outrageous accusations.The latest out of the CFC is that the Wilton Manors Business Asso ... More >>
Those would be the pants of Fred PhelpsThe creeps from the Westboro Baptist "Church" didn't show up to the funeral for 24-year-old U.S. Army Spc. Jordan Christopher Schumann in Fort Pierce last night, which is good news for the rest of the 6.95 billion people on earth who aren't part of the Kansa ... More >>
How to identify the creeps that will be showing up in Fort Pierce tonightThe Kansas crazies are coming.Westboro Baptist "Church" Pastor Fred Phelps tells New Times that the church's minions are coming to Fort Pierce tonight to protest the funeral of 24-year-old U.S. Army Spc. Jordan Christopher S ... More >>
via Flickr user the-g-ukThe Pulp let y'all know last week that the Christian Family Coalition blew a gasket over Oakland Park's proclamation recognizing Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Pride & Equality Month passed by the city's commission.In response, we received an underhanded thank-you ... More >>
thegatewaypundit.comWestboro Baptist weirdos.It looks like the Westboro Baptist "Church" is interpreting State Rep. Pat Rooney's military funeral buffer-zone bill as an invitation.The Kansas crazies haven't placed it on their public schedule yet, but the Palm Beach Post reports the "Thank God for ... More >>
via Flickr user BursteinState Rep. Pat Rooney is aware that everyone else on earth not related to the Phelps family of the Westboro Baptist "Church" thinks they're gang of lunatics.Aside from the previous reasons for his military funeral buffer-zone bill, Rep. Rooney has added another to the list ... More >>
towleroad.comState Rep. Pat Rooney isn't too happy about the "Thank God for Dead Soldiers" and "God Hates Fags" sign-wielding lunatics from the Westboro Baptist "Church" in Kansas parading around funerals extolling their hate under the protection of the First Amendment.For the second straight leg ... More >>
That's video of a demonstrator from gay-hating Westboro Baptist Church, shot yesterday near Spanish River High School in Boca Raton, where according to reports, the kids were on lockdown. Judging by the other videos, the Westboro folks were outnumbered by an enthusiastic batch of counter-protesters ... More >>
The Rev. Fred Phelps of Westboro Baptist Church may be a frothing looney, but he seems just as drawn to Florida's balmy winter days as any Jersey snowbird. Based in Kansas, Phelps has achieved fame for blaming just about all the world's ills on gay people (his website, godhatesfags.com, is a comp ... More >>
Correction: On Friday, we published an article in this spot about the Westboro
Baptist Church's protest of the Rising Action Theatre's show, The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told.
The post incorrectly reported that the church began its protest after
receiving a letter from David Goldyn of the Rising Act ... More >>