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  • "There's a lot of close-minded people out there that would like to pretend to be very tolerant and just want equal rights," Aaron told KATU News. "But on the other hand, they've been very, very mean-spirited. They've been militant. The best way I can describe it is they've used mafia tactics against the business. Basically, if you do business with Sweet Cakes, we will shut you down."

    Oregon bakery shuts down after gay rights attacks →

  • “Fool Me Twice” is intended simply to inform voters by divulging what the president won’t say, Mr. Klein told Times247 in an interview last week.

    First casualty in second Obama term: Liberty →

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