More Disappointment From Fox News: Bret Baier No Longer Fair and Balanced

Laurie Higgins and Bryan Fischer highlight the ignorance of Fox News and its anchor Bret Baier:

More Disappointment From Fox News

By Laurie Higgins

It was widely reported two days ago that Bret Baier, thoughtful and winsome host of the FOX News program Special Report with Bret Baier, has canceled his commitment to speak at the annual conference of the Catholic organization Legatus, which Domino’s Pizza owner Tom Monaghan helped found.

It appears that an infamous homosexual blogger, Jeremy Hooper, was instrumental in impelling Baier to cancel. For those who are unfamiliar with Hooper, he has a website Good As You (get it, “G.A.Y.”) on which he attacks anyone and everyone who expresses orthodox Christian views of homosexuality, castigating them as ignorant, bigoted, haters, which, of course, includes anyone who publicly affirms the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.

Hooper’s “arguments” amount to, “Can you believe he (or she) said this?”

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Bret Baier No Longer Fair and Balanced on Homosexuality

By Bryan Fischer

Last year, Bret Baier, one of Fox News’ most popular anchors, told a fan that he tries to play it right down the middle. “I truly try not to lean. I have thoughts and feelings about things…I try to keep them to myself…I am a registered independent.”

It looks like Mr. Baier may have to hand in his independent registration form, at least on the issue of human sexuality. He has taken sides, as we all must do at some point, on the issue of homosexuality. And he has chosen the wrong side.

He has reneged on a commitment he made to speak at the 2015 Legatus Summit. The problem? Legatus, as an orthodox Catholic organization for laymen and laywomen, believes that marriage is the union of one man and one woman and that sexual expression should be reserved for marriage.

Once Baier was informed that Legatus believes what the Bible has always taught and what Western civilization has always believed about marriage, he summarily and abruptly went back on his word and pulled out, as did Hollywood actor Gary Sinise. To his everlasting credit, Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal has made it clear that he will honor his commitment and will speak at the conference as scheduled.

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