Religion

Kirk Johnson Still Excited About Social Conservative Defeats in Utah

Western-based reporter Kirk Johnson has celebrated Utah's moderate Republican Jon Huntsman, now Obama's ambassador to China, and the repeal of Utah's antiquated liquor law. Now the easily excited ...

Times Omits Hasan's Chilling 'We Love Death More Than You Love Life!'

The Times looks at Hasan's disturbing behavior and somehow finds a "mixed picture." And does the Times really find it unreasonable for Congress to demand someone take the blame for failing to stop ...

Chris Matthews: Catholic Bishops 'Should Stay Off Capitol Hill'

"The clergy should stay off Capitol Hill," MSNBC's Chris Matthews flatly declared on Tuesday's Hardball. Matthews fumed with disgust as Politico's Jonathan Allen told him that Catholic bishops ...

The Times Continues to Evade Issue of Killer Hasan's Muslim Extremism

Two more articles evade the issue of Malik Hasan's religious extremism and support for suicide bombers, in favor of psychobabble about maintaining diversity and the "strain of working with ...

NYT Gives False Impression That Catholic Medal of Honor Recipient Was Muslim

Andrea Elliott's front-page article in Monday's Times played up the thousands of Muslims in the U.S. military and how their service...is more necessary and more complicated than ever before, but ...

Fort Hood Massacre Reveals Paper's Politically Correct Priorities

In its coverage of the Fort Hood massacre, the Times revealed its politically correct priorities: What do the killings mean for Obama's agenda and "the tensions Muslims can feel"? "The shootings ...

Ted Danson: Rush Limbaugh, Religious Right 'Really P--- Me Off'

Actor turned activist accuses conservative radio talker and organized religion promoting social conservatism of preying on people's anger and fear.

Surprise: Times Shows Respect to Pro-Life Demonstrators

Reporter Damien Cave's front-page story was notable for the respect he showed a particular group of aggressive political demonstrators that don't garner plaudits from the media - pro-lifers. The ...

NYT's Treatment of Muslim Cartoons Remains Hostile, Hypocritical

James Barron looks with suspicion at the group hosting a Danish cartoonist whose life was threatened for a caricature mocking Muhammad: "People who have been at odds with Muslims."

Moving In Mysterious Ways

Just when you would write off Hollywood, there are movies in the works that treat religion seriously - and a serious religious conversion, too.
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