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Love In Action (LIA), the Memphis-based ministry designed to turn gay people straight, recently filed a lawsuit against the state of Tennessee. The state had ordered the Christian program to cease operations after determining that LIA was treating mentally-ill patients without a license. LIA claims that the state is infringing on their God- and government-given right to treat homosexuality like a good old-fashioned case of demonic possession. Should LIA’s suit prove successful, Islamic Radicals for America might consider a similar religious discrimination suit against the Department of Homeland Security for its ongoing interference with the group’s attempts to blow up the moon.


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