A Righteous Gentile: Pope Pius XII and the Jews

February 26, 2001

By Rabbi David Dalin About The Author Rabbi David G. Dalin, a widely-published scholar of American Judaism and the history of Christian-Jewish Relations, is the author or co-author of five books, including Religion and State in the American Jewish Experience, published by the University of Notre Dame Press in 1997 and, most recently, The President... [Read more...]

BROOKLYN MUSEUM OF ART OFFENDS AGAIN

February 15, 2001

Catholic League president William Donohue sent this letter today to Barbara Millstein, curator of the Brooklyn Museum of Art: From viewing the book that accompanies the Brooklyn Museum of Art exhibition, “Committed to the Image: Contemporary Black Photographers,” it is clear that most entries are worthy of much praise.  But it is also clear that... [Read more...]

“SAVING SILVERMAN” IS SHOCK SCHLOCK

February 9, 2001

“Saving Silverman,” which opens today, has been described by reviewers in the following terms: “there are a number of laugh-out-loud moments wedged in between the gay jokes, masturbation humour and poop pranks” (Edmonton Sun); “we see Darren undergoing surgery for butt-cheek implants and reacting to shocks from electric nipple clamps.  Wayne... [Read more...]

SALON.COM WEARS ITS BIGOTRY ON ITS SLEEVE

February 6, 2001

The February 6 edition of Salon.com, the online magazine, features an excerpt from “The Erotica Project.”  The selection, which was written by Lillian Ann Slugocki (she co-authored the volume with Erin Cressida Wilson), is an obscene portrait of Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene.  With graphic detail, Slugocki depicts them performing oral sex on... [Read more...]