Warning: This is an uncensored selection of the vile anti-Christian writings of John Edwards’s staffers Amanda Marcotte and Melissa McEwan. The remarks contained at this link are graphic, vulgar and obscene. Click here to proceed.
(1/2004) Part 1: General Catholic Church Coverage January 2002-December 2003 Columnists Dick Ryan: “The laity must begin to convince those Catholics who seem asleep that their church is in a terminal crisis that involves everybody. It can no longer be enough to ‘hit the rail’ on Sunday and piously say the rosary, while the abuse of authority [...]
by Robert P. Lockwood (3/2001) When Joseph Lieberman was nominated as the Democratic vice-presidential candidate in the summer of 2000, commentators feared an upsurge in anti-Semitism in reaction to the Jewish senator from Connecticut. Reporters scanned the Internet to look for anti-Semitic sites and searching for anti-Semitic hate speech. For the most part, they found, other [...]
by William A. Donohue (Catalyst 9/1999) Over the summer, Hollywood treated us to some pretty slimy stuff, much of it aimed at kids. Austin Powers was back, this time drinking diarrhea daiquiris in "The Spy Who Shagged Me" (in England, the term "shagged" is an obscene word for sex). Newspaper advertisements for "Big Daddy" showed a [...]
by Evan Gahr (Catalyst 12/1997) Whether it’s news shows that ignore religion or entertainment programs that regularly depict clergymen as buffoons, hypocrites, or outright perverts, television remains ground zero for the culture of disbelief. Rabbi Marc Gellman, one of the first clergymen to appear regularly on network television in some 40 years, says that "there’s an [...]
by William A. Donohue (Catalyst 4/1996) The coming of Spring traditionally signals a new beginning, a time for men and women of good will to examine their lives and work, and to resolve to do better in the future. In that vein, I ask our national news media to consider the job they are doing of [...]