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UNIV. OF TENNESSEE ABRIDGES CHRISTIAN RIGHTS

January/February Issue 2016

Bill Donohue wrote the following letter to all members of the Tennessee legislature whose responsibility it is to monitor education. He called upon them to empanel a committee that would critically assess policies initiated by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion at the University of Tennessee. This request was made in light of morally offensive, and... [Read more...]

CONCESSIONS GRANTED

January/February Issue 2016

The edict issued by the University of Tennessee’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion effectively banning Christmas celebrations on the campus drew the ire of local and federal public officials, students, faculty, and alumni. From Bill Donohue’s perspective, it was not only offensive to Christians, it was constitutionally suspect. Following... [Read more...]

CHURCH INVASIONS IN LAS VEGAS

January/February Issue 2016

Catholic churches in Las Vegas are being stormed by an organized band of crazed evangelicals known as Koosha Las Vegas. They invade churches during Mass, shouting at parishioners to repent. “Pope is Satan!” “Mary is a Satan!” “Stop worshipping the idols!” “Idols are not going to save you!” “You need... [Read more...]

JAMES MADISON UNIV. CENSORS CHRISTMAS

January/February Issue 2016

“Mary Did You Know” is a song that cannot be tolerated at James Madison University. Lyrics include, “Mary, did you know that your baby boy would save our sons and daughters?” It also contains lyrics which note that when Mary kisses her baby, she has “kissed the face of God.” This song was to be sung on Dec. 11 at... [Read more...]

BANNING CHRISTMAS

January/February Issue 2016

The school superintendent in Marlborough, New Hampshire, Robert Malay, banned use of the word “Christmas” from all Christmas events, including celebrations at the local American Legion post. He said he was constitutionally obligated to censor Christmas. This, of course, is a lie. Instead of pleading with Malay to reconsider his decision,... [Read more...]

SCHOOLS SHOULD CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS

January/February Issue 2016

The following article by Bill Donohue was recently published by Newsmax. Religious expression in the schools is a perennial issue, but at no time in the school calendar is it more controversial than at Christmas. This year is no exception. Just recently, the University of Tennessee sought to ban Christmas celebrations, but thanks to a public outcry,... [Read more...]

DID CHRISTIANITY INSPIRE ABORTION KILLER?

January/February Issue 2016

A recent New York Times front-page story, “Religion, Abuse and Rage in Colorado’s Suspect’s Trial,” tried to establish a connection between the Planned Parenthood killer, Robert Dear, and Christianity. But most of the article described his multiple abuses of women. This explained why a Washington Post story from the same day... [Read more...]

MEDIA BIAS MARKS ABORTION SHOOTING

January/February Issue 2016

On August 15, 2012, a self-identified left-wing political activist entered the lobby of the Family Research Council armed with 100 rounds of ammunition. He told prosecutors that he intended to kill as many staff members as possible. He wound up shooting the security guard before being subdued. His rampage was inspired by the Southern Poverty Law Center’s... [Read more...]

“SCANDAL” ABORTION SHOW DECONSTRUCTED

January/February Issue 2016

The midseason finale of the Shonda Rhimes show, “Scandal,” featured Olivia Pope, played by Kerry Washington, having an abortion. While her child was being aborted, “Silent Night” played in the background; the show ended with a self-satisfied Pope listening to “Ave Maria.” What makes Rhimes tick? After some digging,... [Read more...]

CHRISTIANS OWN DECEMBER

January/February Issue 2016

Atheist Herman Mehta has insisted that “Christians don’t own December.” In fact, we do. Just as blacks own February—it is Black History Month—Christians own December. Atheists own nothing, which is consistent, of course, with what they believe. This has to be said given all the forlorn stories generated by the media in 2015 about... [Read more...]

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