JON STEWART HOSTS BIGOT

Catalyst November Issue 2010

Recently, on the “Daily Show with Jon Stewart,” atheist author Sam Harris said, “The Catholic Church is more concerned about preventing contraception than protecting child rape. It’s more concerned about preventing gay marriage than genocide.” In his previous book, Letter to a Christian Nation, Sam Harris criticized the Bible for not containing... [Read more...]

“SECRETARIAT” SPOOKS REVIEWERS

Catalyst November Issue 2010

Kudos to movie critic Roger Ebert, as well as to John Nolte at Breitbart.com, for lampooning Salon.com film reviewer Andrew O’Hehir’s feverish take on “Secretariat,” a movie about the famed horse that recently opened. It wasn’t just the movie’s Christian overtones that upset O’Hehir, it’s the alleged racism—even Nazi-driven—aspects... [Read more...]

“THE VIEW” GIRLS GONE WILD

Catalyst November Issue 2010

On the October 14 episode of ABC’s, “The View,” Bill O’Reilly said that 70 percent of Americans are opposed to the Ground Zero Mosque. This quickly upset Joy Behar and Whoopi Goldberg, so when O’Reilly was pressed to explain, he said, “Because Muslims killed us on 9/11.” Goldberg answered, “Extremists did that! What religion was McVeigh?... [Read more...]

HEARING DENIED

Catalyst November Issue 2010

In the July-August issue of Catalyst, we informed our members that we had filed a friend-of-the-court brief with the Pacific Justice Institute appealing a decision by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals that denied standing to the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) in an important free speech and association case. It was our hope... [Read more...]

VIRTUES FOR EVERYONE

Catalyst November Issue 2010, Book Review

Laura E. Finnegan A Guy’s Guide to the Good Life: Virtues for Men by Robert Lockwood. St. Anthony Messenger Press, 2009. We are all looking for answers to the same, age-old questions: how can I live my life better? How can I be a better person? It seems we have found a short, enjoyable, and educational volume of suggestions. In Robert Lockwood’s... [Read more...]

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