After Minneapolis police Chief Tim Dolan suspended psychologist Michael Campion last month, pundits and protesters nationwide practically labeled it a crime. Campion—who has previously written about "curing" homosexuality—was the victim of the "thought police of Minneapolis," of "anti-Christian bigotry," and of "pro-homosexual activists." As the Illinois-based conservative pundit J. Matt Barber put it in a column widely published on "pro-family" internet sites, "If a person has Christian beliefs, he's disqualified from working in the... More >>>