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  • Liberal media love new Jesus book 'Zealot', fail to mention author is Muslim

    07/24/2013 1:25:13 PM PDT · by arthurus · 26 replies
    Fox News ^ | July 24, 2013 | John S. Dickerson
    Reza Aslan, author of the new book, “Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth” has been interviewed on a host of media outlets in the last week. Riding a publicity wave, the book has surged to #2 on Amazon's list. Media reports have introduced Aslan as a “religion scholar” but have failed to mention that he is a devout Muslim. His book is not a historian’s report on Jesus. It is an educated Muslim’s opinion about Jesus -- yet the book is being peddled as objective history on national TV and radio. Aslan is not a trained historian.
  • Has the world gone mad?

    09/09/2010 4:54:53 PM PDT · by Krankor · 95 replies
    9/09/2010 | Krankor
    The good news: The lunatic minister in Florida has been persuaded (or threatened) into not burning the Koran. Book burning is despicable, cowardly and un-American. The bad news: Would anyone believe, in the days immediately following 9/11, there would come a time in this country, when radical, lunatic Muslims would dictate to the American people and its government, that certain forms of protest would not tolerated- and the President of the United States, the Secretary of State, the Secretary of Defense, and an American general would meekly acquiesce? Damn it, the AP said it wouldn't broadcast photos, audio or even...
  • HOW QUICKLY WE FORGET (UNITED 93: AN IMPORTANT MOVIE)

    05/11/2006 5:27:24 AM PDT · by FerdieMurphy · 17 replies · 722+ views
    Sierra Times ^ | 5/11/2006 | Lady Liberty
    When promotional trailers for the first of the big studio 9/11 movies began to roll in New York City theatres, audiences protested. "Too soon!" they shouted at the screen. Theatre managers responded by pulling previews for United 93. The film premiered on schedule on April 26; reviews have been largely positive as far as the movie goes, though have almost universally warned of its visceral emotional impact. One review that struck me in particular came from Robert Wilonsky at the Dallas Observer who wrote: "United 93 wants you to do more than remember — it wants you to remember how...