MARK THOMPSON GETS A PASS
Former BBC chief, and current New York Times Company president, Mark Thompson, was cleared of wrongdoing in the BBC case involving Jimmy Savile following a lengthy report that was issued in December.
It is entirely plausible that Mark Thompson had nothing to do with spiking the BBC “Newsnight” story on BBC child rapist Jimmy Savile. It is entirely... [Read more...]
POPE BLAMED FOR GANG RAPE
Bill Donohue comments on a perverse article by Ian Buruma:
Ian Buruma is not exactly a household name, but he is a hero to readers of the New York Review of Books. His fan base will obviously warm to his latest piece in the Beirut newspaper, The Daily Star [click here].
Buruma begins by recounting the brutal rape of a young woman by six men on a New... [Read more...]
WHY THE “WAR ON CHRISTMAS” IS LOSING
On December 19, Newsmax published a piece by Bill Donohue [click here] offering many examples of how the anti-Christmas agenda is losing. Today he explains why:
In the 1980s, when the “War on Christmas” began, everyone knew our side was on the defensive. However, in recent years it has been evident that things are turning around. (Note: While there... [Read more...]
MARK THOMPSON GETS A PASS
Former BBC chief, and current New York Times company president, Mark Thompson, has been cleared of wrongdoing in the BBC case involving Jimmy Savile. Bill Donohue comments on the lengthy report that was issued on this subject yesterday:
It is entirely plausible that Mark Thompson had nothing to do with spiking the BBC “Newsnight” story on BBC child... [Read more...]
MANGER SCENE SCENARIOS
Many members have asked for advice on how to handle attempts to censor manger scenes from public property. Here’s some straight talk.
When a petition to erect a crèche on public property is denied, offer a substitute: ask if it would be okay to put a sign on the grounds where the nativity scene was to be placed. The sign should simply say: “We... [Read more...]
BBC CHIEF TESTIFIES BEFORE PARLIAMENT
October 23 – George Entwistle told members of Parliament today that there was no cover-up of the Jimmy Savile scandal, and that no pressure was put on “Newsnight” editor Peter Rippon to cancel a documentary on Savile last December. But not everyone is buying his account.
It is known that after working on a program to expose Savile’s exploits,... [Read more...]
NEW YORK TIMES IS IN A REAL PICKLE
October 24 – Mark Thompson was the director-general of the BBC when it killed a “Newsnight” documentary last December on the sexual exploits of BBC child rapist Jimmy Savile. Thompson, who worked at the BBC since 1979, recently said that he had “never heard any allegations or received any complaints” about Savile when he worked at the BBC.... [Read more...]
BBC AND COPS KNEW ABOUT SAVILE
October 26 – The number of allegations against Jimmy Savile has now hit 300; more than 400 inquiries are currently being pursued. It is not as though this is breaking news to Scotland Yard: another allegation that was previously brought to its attention surfaced last night, bringing to seven the number of times Scotland Yard investigated Savile. Whether... [Read more...]
WE’RE WINNING WAR ON CHRISTMAS
By Bill Donohue
This article was originally published at Newsmax.com on December 19, 2013.
The “War on Christmas” began in earnest in the 1980s when the American Civil Liberties Union was filing one lawsuit after another attempting to ban manger scenes on public property.
In the 1990s, the Christmas wars morphed into the multicultural agenda of... [Read more...]
CHRISTMAS VANDALS NEVER QUIT
Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on Christmas vandals:
Every year at Christmastime, incidents of vandalism are rampant, and while this year was not as bad as last year, there still were too many instances. The following towns and cities were hit by vandals this year:
Birmingham, AL; Madison, AL; Live Oak, CA; Longmont, CA; San Diego,... [Read more...]