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January 16, 2015

“Bill Donohue: Lessons to be Learned From Charlie Hebdo“  Read More →

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January 15, 2015


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January 15, 2015

“Bill Donohue to Hugh Hewitt: Pope Backed Me on Charlie Hebdo”    Read More →

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January 13, 2015

“The Unsubtle Mind of Hugh Hewitt” For the record, Donahue from the very outset stipulated his position that “killing in response to insult, no matter how gross, must be unequivocally condemned.” Donahue’s distinction did not appear subsequent to the statement, as a sort of cowardly “walk back,” but rather simultaneous to it. And... [Read more...]

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January 12, 2015

“The Left Grapples With Charlie Hebdo“ Cultural conservatives in the United States may have had the most dramatic intramural confrontation. The Catholic League’s Bill Donohue scolded the dead French cartoonists for “intolerance” while arguing that the U.S. Constitution was not “written to facilitate the right to … insult... [Read more...]

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January 12, 2015

“‘I am Charlie? Really?“ The world was horrified at the news, but a defiant mood quickly arose. “I am Charlie” banners appeared on buildings and in newspapers and magazines to show solidarity with the victims. Cartoonists around the world drew new cartoons satirizing Muslim terrorism. In the United States, the dominant theme among... [Read more...]

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January 11, 2015

“Joseph Curl: I am not Charlie“ Bill Donohue, president of the Catholic League, was also bold enough to say he was not Charlie. “Killing in response to insult, no matter how gross, must be unequivocally condemned. That is why what happened in Paris cannot be tolerated,” Mr. Donohue wrote. “But neither should we tolerate the kind of... [Read more...]

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January 9, 2015

“My Interview With The Catholic League’s Bill Donohue Who Inflames and Abrades His Critics By Daring to Suggest a Causation Without Justification Argument as to #CharlieHebdo“  Read More →

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January 9, 2015

“Catholic League’s Bill Donohue Criticized for Saying ‘Muslims Are Right to Be Angry’ Over Charlie Hebdo Cartoons; Argues Cartoonists ‘Abused Freedom‘” Catholic League President Bill Donohue has responded to criticism he received for saying that “Muslims are right to be angry” over the controversial... [Read more...]


January 9, 2015

“Catholic League: ‘Pornographers Disguised As Satirists’ Have No Moral Right to Insult Religion“ “People have a legal right to insult my religion or somebody else’s, but they don’t have a moral right to do so,” says Bill Donohue, president of the Catholic League. “The only people who are responsible... [Read more...]

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