Clark is sending his readers to an article by Robert Knight, who he falsely describes as a "well-respected policy expert," on the Concerned Women for America website.
To get an idea of the mentality of Knight and the CWA, after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, CWA accused same-sex partners of those killed of "trying to hijack the moral capital of marriage." CWA a couple years ago raised a ruckus over a gay Canadian couple that wanted to visit the U.S. together, calling the men "a new threat to border security" and "the latest pair of 'domestic terrorists.'"
The group has also accused the Harry Potter books of promoting the practice of witchcraft among children. It continues to amaze me that battles could be lost to people with this sort of mentality.
Anyway, Clark writes in his newsletter:
"Although this was not one of the legal reviews I had in mind when I mentioned this issue on Friday, it does include quotes from CWA's chief legal counsel about Governor Daniels' EEO policy."
While Clark, Eric Miller, and others have maintained a stranglehold on the spineless Republicans in the state legislature, since the close of the last session the gap between the religious right and moderate Republicans, in particular Gov. Daniels (who has stood by his non-discrimination policy), appears to be widening.
And Micah Clark continues to squirm.