EVANGELICALS AND USAFA GET BUM RAP

June 29, 2005

Catholic League president William Donohue explained today why he believes evangelicals and the Air Force Academy have gotten a bum rap: “At yesterday’s hearing before a House Armed Services subcommittee, former U.S. Air Force Academy (USAFA) chaplain MeLinda Morton, a Lutheran minister, accused the school of having a ‘pervasive and systemic climate... [Read more...]

AIR FORCE ACADEMY HEARING WELCOME

June 24, 2005

On June 28, the House Armed Services Military Personnel Subcommittee will hold a hearing on the religious climate at the U.S. Air Force Academy.  Catholic League president William Donohue sent the members of the House subcommittee a letter today outlining his concerns. Donohue outlined three issues: a) the most-often cited examples of bigotry against... [Read more...]

AIR FORCE ACADEMY INSENSITIVE TO CHRISTIANS

June 23, 2005

Catholic League president William Donohue commented today on the release of a report on the religious climate at the Air Force Academy: “The report concludes that there is no ‘overt religious discrimination’ taking place at the Academy, but there are examples of ‘insensitivity.’  What is not being reported is the insensitive climate that... [Read more...]

FARRAKHAN CRONY SHOWN THE GATE

June 15, 2005

Yesterday, Catholic League president William Donohue e-mailed and faxed a letter to the seven-member New Orleans City Council requesting that they stop a Nation of Islam official from conducting sensitivity training for the New Orleans Police Department. Police Chief Edwin P. Compass was prepared to pay $15,000 to Nation of Islam security chief Captain... [Read more...]

FARRAKHAN CRONY TO ADVISE COPS?

June 14, 2005

Catholic League president William Donohue wrote a letter today to the seven members of the New Orleans City Council requesting that they intervene to stop New Orleans Police Superintendent Edwin P. Compass from allowing the security chief of the Nation of Islam, Captain Dennis Muhammad, from conducting sensitivity training for the police.  Here is... [Read more...]

NON-CATHOLICS OPINE ON POPE; TOLD TO “BUTT OUT”

June 13, 2005

The selection of Pope Benedict XVI was hailed by American Catholics as a great choice. One poll showed that more than 80 percent supported the selection of Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger, and most of those did so with enthusiasm (no doubt the figure would be much higher if only practicing Catholics were sampled). However, the selection has not sat well with... [Read more...]

HACK ATTACK

June 13, 2005

On Sunday, May 8, the Catholic League was bombarded with phone calls informing us that someone was able to “hack” into our website, replacing our homepage with a vile statement. Apparently, it was the work of Islamic extremists. The heart of what was said was as follows: “F— BUSH – F— SHARON — FREE PALESTINE —... [Read more...]

THEY MADE THE RIGHT CHOICE

June 13, 2005

William A. Donohue The day before he was elected pope, Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger gave a homily before the College of Cardinals warning of a “dictatorship of relativism” that was sweeping much of the world. Obviously, they liked what they heard, otherwise he would still be a cardinal. It is also obvious that there are many in the U.S. who... [Read more...]

JEWS AGAINST ANTI-CHRISTIAN DEFAMATION

June 13, 2005

On April 20, 2005, a new organization was established, Jews Against Anti-Christian Defamation (JAACD). The president, Don Feder, held a press conference at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., and was joined by several members of the group’s advisory board. Feder was a Boston Herald writer and syndicated columnist for 19 years. He is the... [Read more...]

YES—ONCE AND FOR ALL— AMERICA IS A CHRISTIAN NATION

June 13, 2005

by Don Feder Rabbi Shmuley Boteach wrote an article in the Jerusalem Post (February 10, 2005) charging that some well-known Jewish conservatives are doing incalculable harm to their people by affirming that America is a Christian nation. In a rather kvetchy column about Jews who defend the public celebration of Christmas and Mel Gibson’s “The... [Read more...]

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