Federal court hands SPLC 'hate' group defeat in free-speech case

Article subtitle: 
SPLC loses battle to silence state judge on marriage
Article author: 
Bob Unruh
Article publisher: 
World Net Daily
Article date: 
3 March 2018
Article category: 
National News
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The far-left and terror-linked activists at the Southern Poverty Law Center have been handed a huge loss in their attempt to silence a state judge who dared to speak out in favor of traditional marriage.

This week a federal court in Alabama issued a preliminary injunction allowing Alabama Supreme Court Justice Tom Parker to speak out on issues current under review in the state’s court system.

Parker, who is in the running to be chief justice, gave his views on marriage in a radio program several years ago, and SPLC filed a complaint against him for the comments. The group is known best for its list of “hate” groups in America, but since the list includes conservative organizations that disagree with its pro-abortion and pro-homosexual agenda, it is known itself as a “hate” organization.

SPLC was linked to domestic terror in the court case against Floyd Corkins, who attacked the Family Research Council in Washington because of its Christian positions on marriage and sexuality....



Stop treating the Southern Poverty Law Center like it's a respectable and responsible organization, Washington Examiner, February 28, 2018:

YouTube has tapped the Southern Poverty Law Center to help it police objectionable content, the Daily Caller reported this week.

What a disaster. YouTube couldn't have chosen a worse or less trustworthy partner.

The SPLC is a dishonest, irresponsible and obnoxiously partisan organization. Trusting them to decide what constitutes objectionable and “extremist” content, as YouTube’s more than 100 “Trusted Flaggers” have been asked to do, is like asking the inmates to run the asylum.

YouTube’s monitoring program dates to 2012. However, according to the Caller, it has “exploded in size in recent years amid a Google push to increase regulation of the content on its platforms, which followed pressure from advertisers.”

“Fifty of the 113 program members joined in 2017 as YouTube stepped up its content policing,” the report added. “[T]he third-party groups work closely with YouTube’s employees to crack down on extremist content in two ways … 


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Here are selected articles exposing the SPLC - Southern Poverty Law Center hate group. Many more are referenced on the CAIRCO site - here is a collection of articles exposing the SPLC hate group that are archived on CAIRCO.


The Social Contract has produced a compendium of articles - see The SPLC exposed - Southern Poverty Law Center - Morris Dees and hate crimes.

Indeed, the Social Contract devoted an entire issue to the antics of this crazy hate group:

The Southern Poverty Law Center - A Special Report, The Social Contract, Spring 2010. The entire issue covers the SPLC. Articles include: