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“WHY I HATE CHRISTMAS” CONTEST
January 26th, 2007 | Catalyst Online, Features

On December 7, Bill Donohue and Don Feder, president of Jews Against Anti-Christian Defamation, launched a “Why I Hate Christmas” contest. Donohue explained as follows: On December 6, a Zogby Poll disclosed that 95 percent of Americans are not offended by being greeted with a “Merry Christmas” while shopping. Don Feder and I... [Read more...]


UNIV. OF COLORADO CENSORS CHRISTMAS PARTIES
January 26th, 2007 | Catalyst Online, Features

According to a story in the Rocky Mountain News, a state audit released last year barred the University of Colorado from holding Christmas parties; the university notified all employees that a “holiday party is no longer sole justification for an allowable university event.” According to Bronson Hillard, spokesman for the university, “What... [Read more...]


CHRISTMAS ON THE CAMPUS
January 26th, 2007 | Catalyst Online, Features

At Missouri State University, the Office of Multicultural Student Services did not list Christmas as part of its December celebrations: but it did list Kwanzaa, which, unfortunately, they think is spelled Kwanza. They celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month from mid-September to mid-October; October is Gay and Lesbian Month; and Native American Heritage... [Read more...]


“BLACK CHRISTMAS” IS VINTAGE WEINSTEIN
January 26th, 2007 | Catalyst Online, Features

It is not uncommon for theaters to host dark comedies or tear-jerkers during the most fun time of the year, namely Christmastime. Psycho-type films have also been released in December. But when it comes to blood and gore flicks, they never open on Christmas Day. Unless, of course, the men behind the movie are Harvey and Bob Weinstein. It’s not... [Read more...]


COMEDY CENTRAL’S CHRISTMAS GIFT
January 26th, 2007 | Catalyst Online, Features

On Christmas Eve, Comedy Central featured “Sacrilicious Sunday,” a series of non-stop shows designed to offend Christians. It opened at midnight with “Carlos Mencia,” the standup comedian who, in 2006, did a show on the sex life of Pope John Paul II in heaven. At 1:00 a.m., “Bad Santa” was shown: the R-rated film... [Read more...]


The ADL and Christmas Recess
January 11th, 2007 | Chatterbox...

From the Los Angeles Times (1-11-07): Three newly elected school board members in southern Orange County want to rename the two-week winter vacation the “Christmas” recess… Deborah Lauter, national civil rights director for the Anti-Defamation League, said she was dismayed by the trend, which she says values Christianity above other... [Read more...]


The War on Christmas

Activists: A curmudgeon in Warwick, New York, kicked up a fuss about a “Breakfast with Santa” fundraiser held each year by the PTA of Sanfordville Elementary School. One parent claimed that the popular fundraiser, which is held on a Saturday and is completely optional, is offensive to non-Christians because it includes a visit from Santa... [Read more...]


COMEDY CENTRAL’S CHRISTMAS GIFT: “SACRILICIOUS SUNDAY”
December 20th, 2006 | Latest News Releases

Catholic League president Bill Donohue addressed Hollywood’s latest assault on Christians and Christmas: “On Christmas Eve, Comedy Central is featuring ‘Sacrilicious Sunday,’ a series of non-stop shows designed to offend Christians. It opens at midnight with ‘Carlos Mencia,’ the standup comedian who this past year did a show on the sex life... [Read more...]


“BLACK CHRISTMAS” IS VINTAGE WEINSTEIN
December 20th, 2006 | Latest News Releases

Here’s what Catholic League president Bill Donohue said today about the upcoming movie, “Black Christmas”: “It is not uncommon for theaters to host dark comedies or tear-jerkers during the most fun time of the year, namely Christmastime. Psycho-type films have also been released in December. But when it comes to blood and gore flicks, they never... [Read more...]


CHRISTMAS SEASON MARKED BY OBSCENITIES
December 19th, 2006 | Latest News Releases

Catholic League president Bill Donohue spoke to some disturbing events this Christmas season: “Anti-Catholic art is offensive any time of the year, but it is doubly so when it occurs at Christmastime. The Art Center of Corpus Christi is the venue this December of the K-Space exhibit, a collection of pieces representing the work of artists from K-Space... [Read more...]