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  • FCC should clear Limbaugh from airwaves

    03/10/2012 5:09:44 PM PST · by Lattero · 154 replies
    CNN ^ | 03/10/2012 | Jane Fonda, Robin Morgan and Gloria Steinem
    [...] These are just a few samples from the arsenal of degrading language Limbaugh deploys on women, people of color, lesbians and gays, immigrants, the disabled, the elderly, Muslims, Jews, veterans, environmentalists and so forth. Limbaugh doesn't just call people names. He promotes language that deliberately dehumanizes his targets. Like the sophisticated propagandist Josef Goebbels, he creates rhetorical frames -- and the bigger the lie the more effective -- inciting listeners to view people they disagree with as sub-humans. His longtime favorite term for women, "femi-nazi," doesn't even raise eyebrows anymore, an example of how rhetoric spreads when unchallenged by...
  • Teen Sex Magazine to Stay on Shelves at Iowa Library [Parents Rebuffed]

    11/22/2009 1:35:43 PM PST · by Steelfish · 119 replies · 2,942+ views
    FoxNews ^ | November 22nd 2009
    Teen Sex Magazine to Stay on Shelves at Iowa Library Sunday, November 22, 2009 AMES, Iowa — A teen sex magazine will stay on the shelves at the Ames Public Library despite a petition signed by more than 100 parents objecting to the publication. The Ames Library Board voted 6-1 to support library Director Art Weeks' recommendation to keep the magazine Sex, Ect., in the teen section. The magazine is written by and for teens under the oversight of Answer, a national sexuality organization at Rutgers University. It addresses teen sexuality issues, substance abuse and eating disorders.
  • Ann Coulter is Not Helping

    10/13/2007 3:40:48 PM PDT · by EveningStar · 415 replies · 255+ views
    American Thinker ^ | October 13, 2007 | Richard Baehr
    ...The issue with Coulter is not whether she can sell books, but whether she helps or hurts the side of the political debate she claims to support. In my opinion, Coulter has never been a big help to the effort to build a conservative and Republican majority. Her most recent comments on the relationship of Christianity to Judaism, made on the CNBC show " The Big Idea" with Donnie Deutsch on Monday of this week , may prove particularly damaging... At a time when party affiliation is fraying and a third of Americans consider themselves independent, to build a majority...
  • Malaysia: 37 Books that 'undermine Islam' Banned

    06/06/2007 2:24:00 PM PDT · by DogByte6RER · 23 replies · 1,047+ views
    international.jpost.com ^ | Jun. 6, 2007 | ASSOCIATED PRESS
    Malaysia: 37 books that 'undermine Islam' banned Associated Press, THE JERUSALEM POST Jun. 6, 2007 Malaysia has banned 37 books and other publications on Islam, saying they contain "twisted facts" that could undermine Muslims' faith. Che Din Yusoh, a senior official of the Publications and Quranic Texts Control Division, said in a statement Wednesday that 21 of the items were English-language publications from the US, UK and Jordan, and 16 others were in the Bahasa Malaysia language, published in Malaysia and Indonesia. "These publications can cause confusion and apprehension among Muslims and eventually jeopardize public order," Che Din said in...
  • ABC 9/11 Docudrama's Right-Wing Roots (Free Republic Mentioned)

    09/12/2006 7:08:38 AM PDT · by Mr. Brightside · 224 replies · 6,233+ views
    Yahoo ^ | 9/12/06 | Max Blumenthal
    ABC 9/11 Docudrama's Right-Wing Roots Max Blumenthal Mon Sep 11, 6:28 PM ET The Nation -- On Friday, September 8, just forty-eight hours before ABC planned to air its so-called "docudrama," The Path to 9/11, Robert Iger, CEO of ABC's corporate parent, the Walt Disney Company, was presented with incontrovertible evidence outlining the involvement of that film's screenwriter and director in a concerted right-wing effort to blame former President Bill Clinton for allowing the 9/11 attacks to take place. Iger told a source close to ABC that he was "deeply troubled" by the information and claimed he had no previous...
  • BBC Did Not Know Of 9/11 Film's Link To Religious Right (Path To 9-11)

    09/12/2006 6:41:27 PM PDT · by blam · 83 replies · 2,071+ views
    The Guardian (UK) ^ | 9-13-2006 | David Leigh
    BBC did not know of 9/11 film's link to religious right David Leigh Wednesday September 13, 2006 The Guardian (UK) The BBC broadcast a controversial docu-drama, The Path to 9/11, this week without realising that it had been made by a member of the US religious right. The three-hour programme, shown over two nights on BBC2 to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the attack on the twin towers, was purchased from ABC, a subsidiary of Disney. At the last minute the US television company was forced to re-edit sequences after claims of distortion from former president Bill Clinton and members...
  • Now "Professional Historians" Pressure ABC to Drop "The Path to 9/11"

    09/08/2006 10:10:21 PM PDT · by TaxachusettsMan · 304 replies · 4,991+ views
    Yahoo News ^ | September 8, 2006 | Rick Perlstein
    A group of leading American historians today sent the following letter to Mr. Robert Iger of ABC. Stressing the significance of the "traumatic" events of 9/11, the signers of this letter are calling on Mr. Iger to stand up for responsible media treatments of such important historical moments and withdraw the program from circulation. The growing list of signatories will be updated at openlettertoabc.blogspot.com. The text of the letter follows. Dear Robert Iger: We write as professional historians, who are deeply concerned by the continuing reports about ABC's scheduled broadcast of "The Path to 9/11." These reports document that this...
  • Senate Democratic leadership threatens Disney with legal and legislative sanctions

    09/07/2006 4:12:34 PM PDT · by Mo1 · 1,344 replies · 30,688+ views
    americablog.blogspot.com ^ | September 07, 2006 | John in DC
    Senate Democratic leadership threatens Disney with legal and legislative sanctionsby John in DC - 9/07/2006 06:02:00 PM This letter was sent today by the entire Democratic leadership of the US Senate. This letter is such a major shot across the bow of Disney, it's not even funny. It is FILLED with veiled threats, both legal and legislative, against Disney. US Senators don't make threats like this, especially the entire Democratic leadership en masse, unless they mean it. Disney is in serious trouble. Read it, then read my analysis of it below:September 7, 2006 Mr. Robert A. Iger President and...
  • 'Godless' Causes Liberals to Pray ... For a Book Burning [COULTER]

    06/21/2006 4:25:03 PM PDT · by Forgiven_Sinner · 73 replies · 3,027+ views
    Human Events ^ | Posted Jun 21, 2006 | by Ann Coulter
    I dedicate this column to John Murtha, the reason soldiers invented fragging. In response to the arguments of my opponents, I say: Waaaaaaaaaah! Boo hoo hoo! If you're upset about what I said about the Witches of East Brunswick, try turning the page. Surely, I must have offended more than those four harpies. Wait 'til you get a load of what I say about liberals in the rest of the book! You haven't seen the half of it. For snarling victims, my book is Christmas in July. Hey -- where's Max the grenade-dropper? Let's keep this diaper-fest going all summer....
  • Coulter's Crudeness

    06/19/2006 8:25:28 AM PDT · by pissant · 411 replies · 7,142+ views
    Boston Globe ^ | 6/19/06 | Cathy Young
    SEVERAL years ago, left-wing cartoonist Ted Rall published a cartoon mocking the ``terror widows" -- the bereaved of the Sept. 11 attacks as well as Marianne Pearl, the widow of kidnapped and slain journalist Daniel Pearl -- as a bunch of greedy and shallow attention-seekers. The outrage was universal. A number of press outlets, including The New York Times website, pulled the cartoon. Subsequently, when the Times and The Washington Post stopped carrying Rall's work, conservatives called it a victory for decency. Now, the right has its own Ted Rall in the infamous Ann Coulter. In her new book, ``Godless:...
  • Paper Drops Ann Coulter; I Drop Them

    06/16/2006 2:24:14 PM PDT · by ozzymandus · 157 replies · 3,897+ views
    None | 6/16/06 | Me
    My local paper ran an editorial today saying they had dropped Ann Coulter's column in response to one line in her new book, "Godless". They printed the (in)famous line about the Jersey Girls enjoying their husband's deaths, and said it was too much. They did not mention that this line had not appeared in her syndicated column, and therefore, not in thier little paper. They have replaced Ann with Michelle Malkin, although they continue to run Molly Ivens. I called and cancelled my subscription immediately, and called the editor's office to complain to him personally. I got a recordrd message...
  • Larry King as a whole hour devoted to Ann Coulter tonight SANS - Ann Coulter!

    06/12/2006 6:18:24 PM PDT · by confuzed · 29 replies · 850+ views
    vanity | VANITY
    CNN's website was very deceiving - had Ann Coulter's name but is really a dish Ann Coulter hour. What cowards! Let her defend herself!
  • Coulter's Foes Launch Hate-Filled Attacks

    06/12/2006 6:45:38 PM PDT · by Aussie Dasher · 66 replies · 2,240+ views
    Human Events Online ^ | 13 June 2006 | Lisa De Pasquale
    Following my interview with HUMAN EVENTS Legal Affairs Correspondent Ann Coulter and review of her new book, Godless: The Church of Liberalism, I’ve received a slew of e-mails from fans and foes. Many of those writing the negative e-mails are outraged that a conservative would ask a conservative author questions from a conservative’s perspective for a conservative newspaper. One person writes, “You are so unfair and unbalanced!” Well, there goes my shot as a Fox News anchor. But lest you think he might have any intellectual points to make, the rest of the e-mail refers to me and Coulter in...
  • Local (Long Island) Dems have words of their own for Coulter

    06/10/2006 1:20:13 PM PDT · by cinnathepoet · 96 replies · 2,080+ views
    Newsday ^ | June 10, 2006 | Carl MacGowan
    House Democrats from Long Island and New York City on Friday joined the chorus of critics slamming Ann Coulter. The lawmakers signed a letter drafted by Rep. Steve Israel (D-Huntington) demanding that the conservative commentator apologize for saying in her new book that widows of some 9/11 victims are "enjoying" their husbands' deaths. The book refers to the four New Jersey women as "the witches of East Brunswick." "Their personal loss should never be minimized, especially in such a cold and callous way as you attack these victims in your book," Israel wrote.
  • MENACED BY....DEBATE (Ohio Univ's conservative book list begets lefty sexual harassment charge)

    04/19/2006 7:59:18 AM PDT · by Liz · 25 replies · 1,254+ views
    NY POST ^ | April 19, 2006 | ARNOLD AHLERT
    Scott Savage, reference librarian for Ohio State University --- suggested four best-selling conservative books for freshman reading......and is being investigated by the university - for sexual harassment. Three professors filed the discrimination and sexual harassment charges, saying the books Savage suggested -"The Marketing of Evil" by David Kupelian, "The Professors" by David Horowitz, "Eurabia: The Euro-Arab Axis" by Bat Ye'or and "It Takes a Family" by Senator Rick Santorum - made them feel "unsafe." Savage contends he made the suggestions after other committee members recommended books with a left-wing slant. The school's faculty voted - without dissent - to allow...
  • Harry Potter? What Does God Have To Say?

    01/06/2006 7:57:37 AM PST · by RoadTest · 345 replies · 4,730+ views
    Jesus-Is-Lord Website ^ | Year 2000 | David J. Meyer
    I am writing this urgent message because I was once a witch. I lived by the stars as an astrologer and numerologist casting horoscopes and spells. I lived in the mysterious and shadowy realm of the occult. By means of spells and magic, I was able to invoke the powers of the "controlling unknown" and fly upon the night winds transcending the astral plane. Halloween was my favorite time of the year and I was intrigued and absorbed in the realm of Wiccan witchcraft. All of this was happening in the decade of the 1960’s when witchcraft was just starting...
  • Harry Potter and the Paganization of Children's Culture

    03/10/2005 9:55:31 PM PST · by Coleus · 270 replies · 4,174+ views
    Catholic Culture ^ | April, 2001 | Michael D. O'Brien
    Harry Potter and the Paganization of Children's Culture The realm of human imagination is a God-given gift, a faculty of the mind that is intended to expand our understanding by enabling us to visualize invisible truths. In the modern era this zone of man's interior life has moved to the forefront of his experience. With the advent of film, television, and now the near-virtual reality of special-effects videos and other electronic entertainment, the screen of the imagination is stimulated to a degree (both in quantity and in kind) more than at any other period in history. This has prompted a...
  • NATIONAL REVIEW REMOVES BOOKS ATTACKING PROPHET MUHAMMAD

    03/29/2005 5:49:57 PM PST · by Nicholas Conradin · 52 replies · 1,933+ views
    CAIR-NET | 20050329 | CAIR
    In the Name of Allah, the Compassionate, the Merciful GOOD NEWS ALERT - #452 NATIONAL REVIEW REMOVES BOOKS ATTACKING PROPHET MUHAMMAD Hundreds contact Boeing to urge withdrawal of magazine ads (WASHINGTON, D.C., 3/29/05) - Alhamdulillah (praise be to God), CAIR today announced that National Review magazine has apparently removed advertisements for two virulently anti-Muslim books attacking the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) from its online store. The removal of the promotional materials for "The Life and Religion of Mohammed" and "The Sword of the Prophet" came after hundreds of concerned Muslims contacted the magazine and Boeing Co., one of the magazine's advertisers,...
  • New generation of book burners

    06/15/2002 1:27:28 PM PDT · by MosesKnows · 3 replies · 179+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | June 15, 2002 | Paul Greenberg
    <p>They used to burn books outright, whole bonfires of them. Or ban them in Boston. Or keep an elaborate Index of forbidden books.</p> <p>Now they've come up with something worse, for it's more subtle. They've found a way, these literary vandals, of appropriating an author's name and authority and even his work by gutting it. By cutting out the flavor and texture and details, they can reduce literature to a pale imitation thereof.</p>